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This volume contains 47 "one page adventures" created for the Lonely Scroll Adventure Contest around the theme of "Saltmarsh". The entrants include new talent, rising stars, and a few veteran designers as well! These adventures can be used as one-shots, extensions to an existing campaign, or as a source of ideas for your own work.

The competition was founded and curated by M.T. Black. The judge was Tony Petrecca.


Kerry Jordan, Robert Sherman, Phillip O'Brien, D Taylor, J. Alan Henning, Brian Durcan, Richard Hayward, Atul Vidhata, Josiah Erekson, M. S. Murtagh, Matthew Bannock, Chris Valentine, Johan Hedin, Jeremy Esch, Ben Reece, Jacob Gobar, Darion Smith, Conrad Audette, Fenix Fontyn, Jay Africa, Collin and Harald, Clayton Notestine, 2 Old Guys Games, Chris Cascioli, Sam Mannell, Hannah Carlan, Cheyanne Lovellette, Richard Malena-Webber, Trevor Salla, Johnny Houstiano, Audrin & Nate Thorn, David Percival, S. M. Ledouble, Anthony Joyce, Justice Arman, James Page, K. A. Bryan, Tim Bannock, Matthew Whitby, Justin Cole, Ben Sandfelder, John “Henry” Hussman, Tom Cantwell, Sean McGurr, Vic Harris, Geas Games, Chronicles of the Coast

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Jhon C December 24, 2021 2:35 pm UTC
IS there any other comp available?
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M.T. B December 27, 2021 5:26 am UTC
This is the only one I ran, sorry.
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tom P February 12, 2020 11:58 am UTC
Are there any plans to run this comp again?
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M.T. B February 14, 2020 10:11 pm UTC
No plans at this stage
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