Archive for the ‘Support’ Category
The folks over at BannersOnTheCheap.com contacted me about using them for printing dungeon maps. Sounds like a pretty cool idea, especially if you need something big and sturdy to use in your game setting.
Check them out and tell them Dungeoneering sent you! If you do use them, send me a photo of the finished product and I’ll show it here.
Well, they say it’s the season of giving. Normally, this is time of year that Dungeoneering makes the most money from Amazon referrals. Thanks to the shortsightedness of the Colorado house and senate, that option is gone for me.
For the last year, Google Ads have been kicking butt and the site is now cash positive for the first time ever. 2010 has been a pretty good year for Dungeoneering.net.
Despite the fact that I got laid off in May, I haven’t been out of work a single day this year. In fact, I’m contracting and making way more than I did at my old job.
I’m feeling pretty good and I want to pass that generosity along. If you love Dungeoneering and would like to donate to the site…DON’T.
Seriously. This month, take whatever money you would donate here and give it to a needy charity. Put food into a hungry child’s mouth or clothe someone without the means to do it themselves. If you want to keep it in the “gaming family” check out the Child’s Play charity and donate there.
If you do donate, post a comment here and tell us where you donated (you can keep the amount to yourself).
Thanks gang. May you all have a Merry Christmas and a game-filled New Year.
I’ve added a new “Donate” page to Dungeoneering.
Seriously, if you’ve found value in the downloads here and use them for your game, a little monetary love coming my way would be some good karma.
If it’s outside your means, I fully understand (having recently been thrown down the “laid off” chute). There are still the ads to click on.
The guys over at Troll and Toad are the first to buy advertising space here on Dungeoneering. Besides being suave, well-endowed, and handsome men that any girl would be happy to bring home to mom and dad, they run a great site with some awesome deals. Be sure to head on over and check them out. Great stuff, including miniatures and figures of all shapes and sizes.
With Amazon referals having gone buh-bye, here at Dungeoneering, we’re open to most any RPG-related sponsorships. If you want your site advertised on Dungeoneering, let me know!
I’ll leave the ones up for now, but the long and the short of it is, thanks to the short-sightedness and greed of the State of Colorado, Amazon has closed all Associates accounts within Colorado.
Basically, the state wants a piece of the pie that they simply have no right to. Amazon has countered by closing those accounts, rather than deal with the extra burden and paperwork associated with collecting taxes on both the sale and the referral fee.
So in the end, the little guy (i.e. Me) get’s the screw, Amazon keeps more money, and the State of Colorado is back where it started from. Government stupidity at its finest.
If you’re a resident of the State of Colorado and would like to weigh in, drop your congressman a line as well as our lame-duck…I mean…retiring governor.
No realm in the D&D® world stirs the imagination like the Underdark. This vast subterranean domain holds thousands of adventure possibilities and myriad threats, including drow, mind flayers, dragons, and worse! Entire campaigns can unfold in its depths, and its rewards are boundless.
Underdark™ contains everything a Dungeon Master needs to run adventures or campaigns set in the vast underworld of his or her D&D campaign, including new monsters and hazards, ready-to-play encounters, monster lairs, and detailed information on various dark-dwelling “movers and shakers.”
New to the Underdark? Be sure to check out these books:
- The Icewind Dale Trilogy Collector’s Edition
- The Dark Elf Trilogy, Collector’s Edition
- Legacy of the Drow Collector’s Edition
New book out this month and what better book for the holidays than demons of the lower planes.
A hotbed of adventure opportunities await you in the roiling maelstrom of the Elemental Chaos–a plane of titans, elementals, genies, slaads, and demons. This game supplement builds on the overview of the Elemental Chaos presented in the Manual of the Planes™ game supplement and explores the tumultuous plane is greater detail. From the City of Brass to the githzerai monastery of Zerthadlun to the spiraling depths of the Abyss, adventure lurks behind every lava waterfall, across every icy battlefield, and beyond every raging lightning storm.
This game supplement describes the Elemental Chaos in detail, featuring key locations throughout the plane. It also presents a multitude of new monsters, mighty primordials, and powerful demons, as well as adventure hooks, encounters, hazards, and everything Dungeon Masters need to make the Elemental Chaos a featured setting in their campaigns.