Posted on March 24th, 2009 No comments
Written by: Highland_Piper
I’m going to talk to the well known game designer Monte Cook . Now if you don’t know who Monte Cook is then you must be living under a rock. Monte Cook has a long history with game designing have worked on such titles as Rolemaster, Planescape, and author of many D&D 3rd edition books, of which include the Dungeon Master’s Guide. I would be neglected in my duties if I did not mention Ptolus an ambitious project for any designer.
Mr. Cook left Wizards of the Coast in 2001 and formed Malhavoc Press. I’m not going to rehash what many already know. The Monte Who? will give you a nice list of his accomplishments and awards. What I want to know is what is Monte Cook up to now? Well I was pleasantly surprised when I found out exactly what he has partaken in.
Dungeon A Day is a subscription based website that will offer members a new dungeon encounter every weekday, Dungeon Maps, handouts, Podcasts, Blogs, Forums, pictures, and a plethora of additions. Check out “How Does The Site Work” for the full run down on the site.
I’m not here to review Dungeon A Day, I’m here to talk with the Dungeon Master who dreamed her up. Mr. Monte Cook.
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