|Congratulations to Silence of the Void
The winner of the 2009 Dark Heresy Scenario Contest is revealed
|Dark Heresy | Published 22 December 2009|
+++Incoming Astropathic Transmission+++
Greetings, Dark Heresy Fans!
Let it be known across the Calixis Sector that Silence of the Void has been chosen as the winner of the 2009 Dark Heresy Scenario Contest. Christian Wodke worked hard to create a sharply-nuanced and exciting adventure involving the Radical philosophy of the Inquisition. Christian’s attention to detail and intriguing storyline combined with some truly memorable villains and a thrilling climax to make his adventure stand out. It should also be mentioned that the appearance, layout, and font choices for his adventure were quite nice as well!
As the winner of the 2009 Dark Heresy Scenario Contest, I will be sending Christian a signed copy of The Radical’s Handbook. You can see me proudly displaying this thick tome in the image above! The writers and artists that were with me on The Radical’s Handbook design team created a very well-developed look at the Inquisition’s darker side, and I am very proud to have been a part of its success.
Be sure to stop by the Support section of the Dark Heresy site to download all the finalists and winners’ scenarios if you haven't already. Next, stop by the Scenario contest thread over at the Dark Heresy forums and share your thoughts on this year's entries with other fans.
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Dark Heresy is a roleplaying game set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, the grim darkness of the far future. Players take on the roles of Acolytes serving the Inquisition, rooting out heresy and corruption from within the galaxy-spanning Imperium of Man.
Hello Ben & Martin,
thank you very much. And congratulations for being finalists.
I've just skimmed through your adventures, but I've already seen some great ideas I liked very much.
I'm using Word 2007 for writing and layout. I wrote the text in normal page layout and then formatted it into the two columns. It needed some nice words and a couple of liturgical beatings with the ceremonial chainsword, but wasn't a major problem.
Indeed - Well done Christian, great submission. :)
I liked the layout of your scenario very much,
What did you use?
I struggled in getting mine to neatly follow 2 columns, and in the end decided time contraints meant it was not worthwhile.