Top 10 of 100 and One

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This month, Evil Machinations celebrated it’s first anniversary. On top of that, this is my 100th post. Because of all that, I want to say thank you to everyone who’s made this blog a success.  Without my readers, there would be no Evil Machinations 😉 .

Below is a count-down of your top ten favorite posts and pages on this blog since it began in April 2009:

10. An A-to-Z List of Lesser-Known Roleplaying Games: Part 1
9. X Marks the Spot: 11 Map Making Tutorials
8. Building Better NPCs III: Character Webs
7. Handling Problem Players
6. What’s Good About 4th Edition?
5. 20 Unusual City Encounters: From Beg, Borrow, & Steal
4. What GMs Really Want (Poll)
3. “Where are we again?”: Creating Unique Fantasy Cities and Towns
2. Character Questionnaire
1. Your Teacher Was Right … Creating Adventures with the 6 W’s

Next post will be the continuation of player month, which has now become extended through the end of May. Hey, that’s an idea: let’s turn this into a blog carnival. I hereby christen May “Player’s Advice” month here at EM. If others would like to join me on this, I’ll post a link from here to your page. Just leave me a reply to this post with your post’s URL.

4 responses to “Top 10 of 100 and One

  1. Congratulations on a job well done. Here’s to a second year!

    I’ll think about some Player advice!
    .-= Siskoid´s last blog ..Kung Fu Fridays in May =-.

  2. Glad to see you are still going strong. Hopefully, it is just the first of many years.

  3. I like the A to Z list of Lesser Known RPGs. That was interesting.

    I just followed a link from Stuffer Shack to get here. I saw that you’re their favorite site of the month. So congrats on your anniversary, your 100th post, and being site of the month!

    • Thanks everyone for your well-wishes. I’ve really enjoyed doing this blog and I’ve got even more ideas for 2010.

      @Darren — I’m glad you liked the A to Z list. I had a lot of fun writing it and it reminded me to look for some of those great older games I’d let slip through my fingers.

      @Sean — Thanks for your well-wishes and keep up the good work on your blog. I’d one of my favorites.

      @Siskoid — I really appreciate the your congratulations. I’m definitely looking forward to my second year.

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