This jam is now over. It ran from 2022-07-29 14:00:00 to 2022-09-20 22:00:00. View results
The goal of this Jam is to create new islands for AGON, the role-playing game by John Harper and Sean Nittner. For more information about it see: http://agon-rpg.com/
This Jam is curated by the staff of Grumpy Bear, the publisher of the Italian edition of AGON (and other role-playing games see www.grumpybearstuff.com).
AGON is a game we like very much, and one of the reasons we like it so much is that we Italians owe a lot to Greek culture and tradition, to which our national culture and identity is strongly indebted.
We know that it is possible to achieve a high level of action and lighthearted tone while remaining inside that aesthetic canon that is typical of the Mediterranean area, both in terms of geography and flora and fauna.
We would like the Islands created through this Jam to have a distinctly Mediterranean flavor, scent and appearance.
What does this mean to you? Show us with your Island!
The Primary Criteria will be the one determining the winners.
The evaluation criteria are as follows:
If you need some insight and instructions on how to create an Island for AGON, here you can have a look at an extract from the game manual that explains how to do it:
Creating an Island.
Please have a look to the two Islands that our Alessia Caviglia (Curator of the italian edition of AGON) has written with the theme of this Jam in mind.
You can find the example islands here:
- Eutanea -> only in Italian for the moment
- Aiscune -> only in Italian for the moment
The 3 Islands that receive the best vote will be published as downloadable .pdfs from Grumpy Bear's website as additional content for the Italian edition of AGON.
They will be embellished with a full-page illustration by Ivano Scoppetta who has already illustrated the sample Islands and those that are already on the Grumpy Bear website as additional content.
If you have created an Island for our Jam consider the idea of submitting it also to Greg's Jam!
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