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Chris Gonnerman
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Kerc is very organized! Also has nice things to say about +Basic Fantasy Role-Playing Game!

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Need to add this to my +Basic Fantasy Role-Playing Game page...
Internet searching & reading rabbit holes led me to +Chris Gonnerman​'s article, "Dungeon Ecology, and Other Religious Beliefs." While I have purchased a bunch of BFRPG books, I don't recall seeing the random dungeon generation Chris mentions in his blog (I'll link it below for reference). Can someone tell me where (in which BFRPG book) this is? I could not find it in my rulebooks (ordered via Amazon).

I'm curious to see Chris' random dungeon generation. I have appreciated and used the original Dungeon Masters Guide appendix as well as the Castles & Crusades book, "Engineering Dungeons," by Robert Doyel. I like the idea of having a third entry in the mix. Of course, if anyone knows of other "generate dungeons via dice" methods out there, please let me know. I know of Wizardawn

http://basicfantasy.org/blog/?p=127

Thanks and Happy Gaming!

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Let me tell you about my day... it was a long one.

http://ourstories.gonnerman.org/?p=23

I had a great time Saturday running two sessions of +Basic Fantasy Role-Playing Game at Winternomicon Volume II! Thanks Ray Davis for inviting me.

I ran two different sub-adventures from our CS1 Castle by the Sea adventure (found here: http://www.basicfantasy.org/downloads.html#cs1). Castle by the Sea presents a single set of maps with 22 numbered encounter areas, with several completely different adventures built around that map. For the morning session I ran my original Call of Doom adventure with characters averaging 3rd level, and then in the afternoon the 2nd place winner Castle of the Unknown with the same characters bumped to an average of 5th level. Both were a lot of fun to run, and I think the players had a good time too.

Special shout-out to Jason Brentlinger who could not make it. I did not realize how much of my tear-down he was doing after my sessions until I had to do it myself.

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Just wanted to mention that I'll be running two sessions of +Basic Fantasy Role-Playing Game at Winternomicon II on Saturday the 19th, one at 9:00am and one at 2:00pm. The morning session will feature one of the short adventures from our CS1 Castle by the Sea multimodule, while I'm not entirely sure what adventure I'll run in the afternoon.

https://warhorn.net/events/winternomicon-volume-ii/schedule/2016/11/19/sessions/149707

https://warhorn.net/events/winternomicon-volume-ii/schedule/2016/11/19/sessions/149708

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This, right here, is awesome!

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Hey, thanks for the kind words!
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