Expedition recently passed 2,000 adventurers playing your quests around the world, and growing every day!
We've heard your feedback: One week just isn't enough time to write and playtest an amazing quest. Which is why our next contest will be three weeks long, ending at the end of the month (May 31st at midnight Eastern). And, we'll be awarding prizes to three winners! Each winner will get to choose between a free copy of Expedition OR a dinner + adventure with us at GenCon. (travel + lodgings not included). The theme is "urban chaos" - whether it's corrupt politics, free markets running free, or citizens protesting the smell of the new deer jerky vendor, there's always something afoot in the city / town / village.
To be eligible to win, simply write and publish a quest in the Quest Creator before May 31st at midnight.
We're also having a quest writing night in Pittsburgh, PA this Saturday from 4-8pm. If you'd like to come, email Todd@Fabricate.io for the details.
This Week's Winner
This week, we saw two great new quests - Armageddon Throne (Worldbreaker #1) and Magus Duron (the epic conclusion to the Landfaria Chronicles). It was a tough call - Greg Miller and JanoNath both did an amazing job. But, we had to pick a winner - congratulations, Greg Miller for your epic Armageddon Throne! Your harrowing tale of mountain climbing, combined with several clever new mechanics, kept us on our toes the entire adventure.
We're excited to share a new feature that'll make it easier for you to write longer storylines: Notes! In the bottom bar of the Quest Creator, there's now a new "Notes" tab that lets you save and access private notes on the story without disrupting your current position in the story. Just as with the main quest editor, this is collaborative and supports multiple browsers editing it at once.
Also, Scott and I recently did a big planning spree for the app and quest creator. If you want to see what new features and fixes we have planned for the next two months, check out their issues pages (app; quest creator). Also feel free to add issues if you have ideas or have seen bugs!
Until next week,
Todd & Scott