We could have monthly contests even. Starting the 1st and ending the last day of the month. Then the first week of the next month is used to judge that contest. And on the 1st of the second month starts the new contest!
As far as something similar we could always change the length requirement. Like a 5 page RPG. Would still be a challenge but give more room for stuff. Add different requirements. The 2 page contest had 2 rules. Be playable to someone unfamiliar with it and have a setting.
Maybe have different...
I also entered the same contest after Soft Serve told me about it on the final day. And with my natural skill in procrastination I waited until 45 minutes before the deadline to start. Granted I didn't have a few notes. I sadly didn't get to finish like I would have liked to and left out key...
Fantasy, Science Fiction / Futuristic, Space Opera
Dungeons & Dragons 3.x, Pathfinder and Star Wars
Forgotten Realms, Eberron, or Homebrew
Preferred Playing Style:
50% Roleplaying / 50% Combat
Ideal Group Size:
Medium Groups (Between 4 and 6 players)
What are you looking for?:
My wife and I would like to get a bi-weekly saturday group together at our home. Our preference would be 3.x edition AD&D/ Pathfinder but we're open to most anything. We are looking for a mature group. We like a good mix of hack/slash and roleplaying. We really enjoy a good storyline. Since we both are strictly players, we are in need of a GM and a few more players.
I am also looking to get back into Star Wars. My wife isn't interested in that particular game but I really enjoyed playing it. I would prefer to host that as well.
I admit I am geek and proud of it. I watch sci-fi, play tabletop games such as Dungeons and Dragons and Star Wars, and play countless computer games. I don't have much of a social life because I'm married with children. I don't mind because my kids and my very understanding wife always come first. It's nice to have a wife that loves to play as well.