Creighton’s Top Posts of 2016

As the year draws to an end, I thought it might be fun to look back over the last 12 months. This year, I’ve posted scores of advice articles, and I wondered which had been most popular. The results surprised me, somewhat.

By William McAusland (Outland Arts)

 

Top Ten Most Popular Posts

  1. Player Advice: How to Play An Evil Character in a Good Group
  2. GM Advice: Why Your Campaign Needs More Rumours
  3. Player Advice: Clever Uses for Mundane Equipment
  4. Player Advice: The Fallacy of the Adventurer’s Backpack
  5. GM Advice: Four Things Modern Dungeons Don’t Seem to Have Enough of Anymore
  6. GM Advice: 10 Awesome Plot Hooks, to Start Your Adventure or Campaign
  7. Player Advice: The 10 Commandments of Dungeon Delving
  8. GM Advice: Why Urban Adventures are Different
  9. GM Advice: The 4 Types of Unfair Encounters
  10. GM Advice: Megadungeon Design

Top Ten Least Popular Posts

Through the magic of Google Analytics, I’ve also had a look at my least popular posts. In the main, no surprises here. This year, my least popular posts mainly comprised individual session summaries from my old Borderland of Adventure campaign and the various publisher and freelancer articles I’ve posted.

What Advice Do You Want?

Got a burning topic I should tackle in 2017? Let me know what it is, in the comments below.

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Creighton is the publisher at Raging Swan Press and the designer of the award winning adventure Madness at Gardmore Abbey. He has designed many critically acclaimed modules such as Retribution and Shadowed Keep on the Borderlands and worked with Wizards of the Coast, Paizo, Expeditious Retreat Press, Rite Publishing and Kobold Press.

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