Congratulations to the new CotM winners. There is some really excellent work in those sites and the games seem like they would be a blast to play in!
November 2012 CotM: The Emerald City
June 2016 CotM: Star Wars: Rise of the Infinite Empire
June 2020 CotM: Mass Effect Accelerated
Current Campaigns: Dresden Files Accelerated: Emerald City-Requiem
GM of Rise of the Durnskald: Wrath of the Fallen Goddess - February 2016 CotM
GM of Core: The Ashes of Alcarna - April 2020 CotM
GM of Forbidden Empire: Wrath of the Fallen Goddess - In Planning!
If you have any campaigns you would like to nominate for "Campaign of the Month", please do so at "NOMINATE COTM HERE".
"I met a traveller from an antique land....."
CotM May 2016: Mysteria: set in Wolfgang Baur’s MIDGARD.
Previous CotM Aug 2012: Shimring: High Level Multiplanar Campaign
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No nomiination but a question. The Spelljoined are back, I'm using the same OP for the game to preserve continuity. Having won before with the old game is the new one ineligible having been built on the ashes of and using the same account as the old one?
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Planejammer: The Spelljoined (Pathfinder RPG) Campaign of the Year 2011
Amma gonna throw that one to the committee. Someone will get back to you.
The newest Campaign of the Month is now on the blog. Hats off to HumAnnoyd and the players of Mass Effect Accelerated for the June 2020 CotM win!
All the best, - KallakInner Council MemberCotM Selection CommitteeWriter/Editor - Words In The DarkObsidian Portal Community and Content ManagerGameMaster - Crucible of the Blacksoul (CotM for Jan. 2013)
Congratulations to HumAnnoyd and team for winning CotM.....again. For anyone who wants to see how great aesthetic design can be implemented into the standard OP template on a campaign, you need look no further than this site. Such beauty. Such innovation. Most decidedly well deserved win!
Congratulations to HumAnnoyd- 3 times a winner! Wow!
Just trying to help out. Changed name from killervp to Gaming Megaverse to match other sites.
Thanks Kallak, Twiggyleaf and GamingMegaverse. It really is an honor to receive this recognition for all of my group's efforts.
It is possible for a GM to be awarded more than once, but general feeling of the CotM committee is that for a GM is to be considered a further win, it should be for a new campaign that is quite different from the previously awarded campaign, and not just an extension, sequel or very similar campaign with a different name.
Just to clarify - I have won with my Dresden Files RPG campaign. But, we as a group, switched to the Dresden Files Accelerated game, redid the whole city and have completely new PCs. But that wouldn't qualify for another award because it is set in the same city. Is that correct?
Is someone fishing for loopholes here?
LOL. Nope. Just making sure I understand the decision. :D
Belayed congratulations to HumAnnoyd ... honestly, every time I start to feel pretty good about my Portals pages, I go look at his to remind myself that I've got a long way to go! :D
Current Campaign - Traveller: The Verge - Campaign of the Month July 2020.
Hello and happy 4th of July to all my stateside portal people! This particular 4th is made even better by the fact that our latest Campaign of the Month winner has been posted! A very big congrats to RigilKent and all of the players of The Verge!
When you're looking up at the night's sky tonight, and those fireworks are about to begin, take a moment and think of The Verge!
@RigilKent, @WxMAN, @CommJunkee, @Gigermann, @Lab_Rat, @Magman59, RockBrackenshield
Thanks! It's an honor to be included alongside some of the fantastic former winners!
Thanks for the kind words RigilKent. And congratulations on the CotM win! I really love the new Traveller game and I look forward to sinking my teeth into your campaign.
Congratulations to @RigilKent and team for CotM July. (I see Kallak has listed the others as well). This campaign has many great design elements and RigilKent's interview on the Blog is great!
Congratulations to @RigilKent and the rest of the Verge table players on a well-deserved win!
Ptolus, City by the Spire - 2016 Campaign of the Year
"Please pay attention very carefully, because this is the truest thing a stranger will ever say to you: In the face of such hopelessness as our eventual, unavoidable death, there is little sense in not at least TRYING to accomplish all your wildest dreams in life." - - Kevin Smith
I agree- this campaign really stuck out compared to the rest! Great work!
Congrats @RigilKent! Keep up the good work!
Hey all! I haven't gotten to make the image for the forum sidebar here yet, so I'll be swapping that out sometime after the weekend, but I don't want that to hold up the announcement of the August 2020 CotM winner any longer. A very big congratulations to GM philip_andrew_stevens and the players of In Search of Hidden Dragons! Highly recommended.
Congratulations to @philip_andrew_stevens and the In Search of Hidden Dragons crew! It's a very well-earned win for you.
Congratulations to @philip_andrew_stevens and team for their well-deserved win. A thoroughly enjoyable interview describing an amazing looking campaign!
The newest Campaign of the Month (September 2020) has just landed on the blog! While you may need to make use of translation to read over this one, let me tell you right now it's well worth the investment. A very big congratulations to Grand_Master_Steve and the players of Star Wars - Das Erbe der Jedi-Ritter! I had a lot of fun with this one, and I think you will too.
Congratulations to @Grand_Master_Steve and crew for winning the September CotM award! Brilliant work! Also, good to see a non English campaign in there. Thank goodness for Google Translate!
Congratulations to @Grand_Master_Steve and his excellent team!
Kudos to @philip_andrew_stevens and @Grand_Master_Steve for their CotM wins! Both are very nice looking campaigns and I look forward to delving into the stories and learning more about them.
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