Saturday, November 13, 2010

Celebrating Milestones

As I mentioned earlier -- in my post about Dying Earth RPG character creation -- I recently reached my 200 followers milestone, a humbling event indeed. One of my lucky readers was to be awarded a copy of The Dying Earth RPG. Thanks to each of you that responded, your responses were very well done!

My unstated intention, was to give something to each of the responders, in addition to The Dying Earth RPG going to the winner.

The winner of a copy of the Dying Earth RPG, selected randomly, is shimrod. Congratulations! Email me your mailing address and I will post that RPG to you. To the other six of you, feel free to select one of the following items, by responding to this blogpost: items are on a first-come, first-served basis. Once you have responded, please email me with your mailing address so I can send your item along. And thanks to everyone for playing, again, the responses were superlative!

1. Working Copy Of the Ready Ref Sheets
2. The Fantasy Trip's Death Test, Death Test 2, Grail Quest
3. The Fantasy Trip, In The Layrinth
4. Swords & Wizardry - Core Rules
5. M.A.R. Barker's The Man Of Gold
6. Fritz Leiber's Swords & Deviltry and Swords Against Death
7. My "Working Copies" of the first Three Arduin Grimoires
8. deCamp & Pratt's The Compleat Enchanter
9. Poul Anderson's The Broken Sword
10. Castles & Crusades Players Handbook
11. Labyrinth Lord (Goblinoid Games)
12. TSR's Star Frontiers (no box)
13. FGU's Starships & Spacemen
14. The Fineous Treasury
15. TSR's TM1 & TM 2, Trail Maps, Western & Eastern Countries
16. Jack Vance, The Dying Earth

I also have several 1st Edition AD&D Hardcover volumes, including Legends & Lore, Oriental Adventures, Tome of Magic, Dungeoneers and Wilderness Survival Guides and Dragonlance Adventures. If any of those appeal to you, select them instead.

I'm already scheming about how I will celebrate my 320th follower milestone...


The Happy Whisk said...

Fantastic milestone and a wonderful blog. I've always enjoyed the way you write, and the things you have to say.

Maroon said...

I love your blog, and not just because you're giving things away. It's on the top of my blog-reading list (the fact that it's alphabetical is pure coincidence, honest).

I'd like The Man Of God, if possible. Always wanted to read something by Barker. Can it get delivered to Europe? If it's not too much of an expense.

Dungeonmum said...

Congratulations Paladin, great blog, nice goodies :)

A Paladin In Citadel said...

Absolutely, it's yours, send me your post address. My email address is the name of my blog, (all lower case letters, run them all together) at gmail dot com.

I'll be sending it ground, so it could take a couple of weeks.

A Paladin In Citadel said...

Thanks Ivy, Dungeonmum, I'm glad you find my blog worth visiting!


Kent said...

You are a generous fellow. Where is your blog heading illustration from, given that it is an interpretation of the Paladin in hell illustration from AD&D PHB? Paladins are close to my heart at the moment. Just one alive in my campaign at present.

A Paladin In Citadel said...

Kent said...
You are a generous fellow. Where is your blog heading illustration from, given that it is an interpretation of the Paladin in hell illustration from AD&D PHB?

Its a fragment from the Fred Fields cover illustration of the 1998 "A Paladin In Hell" adventure written by Monte Cook.

Trey said...

Congratulations on the milestone.

A Paladin In Citadel said...

Thanks, I was just about to say the same thing to you, on reaching the century mark!

LoneIslander said...

Gratz on the followers, awesome prize as well.

Andrew said...

Crikey! This is generosity indeed!

I'll put myself down for the Ready Ref sheets please, will e-mail now.


Igor "Corvus Corax" Sartorato said...

Congratulations for the excellent work with the blog, and thaks for the great prizes!

I choose The Dying Earth, will e-mail to you now.

shimrod said...

"I am dumbfounded by your generosity!" said Cugel.

Thank you! You are truly a scholar and a gentleman. I'll email you from the same address listed in the profile page of my Livejournal account, so you can verify my identity.

A Paladin In Citadel said...

The items are on their way! Harvicus and Doc Grognard, step up and claim your rewards (steel caress has already scooped the Leiber books)

Harvicus said...

Your generosity exceeds simple kindness. I would love the copy of the LL rules, I have been meaning to pick them up for some time but the budget never seems to line up right

A Paladin In Citadel said...

You've got it, email me with your address and i'll send it along in a couple of days.

A Paladin In Citadel said...

@Harvicus: I can't find your email, can you resend it to me apaladinincitadel at the domain in my about me section. :D