Over the last weekend, we ran a contest on Twitter to give away a FREE and DELICIOUS copy of Unbound. Here are our favourites, in no particular order, and the winner.
THE HP LOVECRAFT AWARD FOR OLD-SCHOOL FROSTY MADNESS goes to Commander Jarenth; we really like the idea of fighting Scott et al after they’ve turned into ice-based monstrosities and brought back a cult of sub-zero horrors.
#UNBOUNDRPG Did Scott's expedition really end in the Arctic? Some whisper they left for other places. Places of white light and deep dark…
— Commander Jarenth (@StevenBeargal) April 1, 2016
THE TOM SELLECK AWARD FOR BEST USE OF SPEEDBOATS goes to Susan Bator. We really like the idea of the setting – just the top parts of skyscrapers and a load of pirates – and that, even in a watery apocalypse, the NASDAQ is still ticking away.
— Suzan Bator (@lorienleaflady) April 1, 2016
THE GIANT CREEPY BEHEMOTH UNDER THE ICE AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN GIANT CREEPY BEHEMOTHS foes to Magbonch, and seriously, how cool would this look on film? We can just imagine the horrible monsters scudding around underneath the cracking floors like a post-ice age upside-down Cloverfield.
Angels' tears froze the world, separating us from our evil. Our shadows walk beneath us. Now, ice is melting. War is coming. #UnboundRPG
— Magician (@Magbonch) April 1, 2016
THE PATIENT ZERO AWARD FOR MOST INVENTIVE USE OF PATHOGENS goes to Tony Kelly. We love the way that different weirdo powers could be explained through the use of tradeable superviruses.
@gshowitt #1. Mighty nobles use Dragons to oppress the masses. They can not see the plagued, so rebels trade sickness to stay sick & fight.
— Tony Kelly (@TonyKelly20) April 1, 2016
THE MORGAN FREEMAN AWARD FOR BEST USE OF ZEALOUS PENGUINS goes to Matt Sutton, who has written a largely unusable setting that we love dearly.
— Matt Sutton (@Xietanu) April 1, 2016
AND THE WINNER IS…
THE CHRIS AND GRANT AWARD FOR BEING THE SETTING WE’D MOST LIKE TO PLAY IN goes to David King. Something about the imagery he conjures up really sparks our imaginations – we can picture tense chases through dirty neon tunnels as frost rimes overhead and nightmare angels stalk the streets, blazing unnatural light. David wins a free copy of UNBOUND!