Now Available: 12 Days of Onyx Condition Card Winners!

Chronicles of Darkness, Sales

169493The jingle of bells, the baking of Christmas cookies, the stomping of reindeer hooves outside your bedroom window… These past twelve days have been a lot of fun, and we’ve really enjoyed all of your entries for our first-ever 12 Days of Onyx holiday-themed Condition Card contest.

Today, we’re happy to announce that we’ve finished sifting through your sugar plums and Santa hats to select the winners and create our gift to you. Congrats and thank you to all who entered!

Enjoy your free download of the holiday-themed Condition Cards. It’s our gift to you. Available now on DriveThruRPG.com (PoD cards coming soon).

Our winners:

  • Alone for the Holidays
  • Blue Christmas
  • Earworm
  • Festive Fury
  • Following a Star
  • Gift Card
  • Holiday Dinner
  • In the Spotlight
  • It’s A Wonderful Lie
  • Overly Festive Cultists
  • Wreath: The Ornamentation
  • Yipee Ki-Yay

We really enjoyed your holiday-themed Condition Cards and your enthusiasm for the new rules featured in the Chronicles of Darkness rulebook. If you want to take a moment to tell us what you thought about our first-ever 12 Days of Onyx contest, please let us know in the comments.

Happy holidays from all of us at Onyx Path Publishing!

  4 comments for “Now Available: 12 Days of Onyx Condition Card Winners!

  1. December 25, 2015 at 2:11 pm

    Aww, I was hoping one of mine might make it on here. Some of these are good for non-Christmas stuff. I like Gift Card the most. It’s basically the Cash equipment as a Condition.

  2. Toroid
    December 25, 2015 at 3:38 pm

    I love it all. This was a wonderful idea to engage the fanbase and once again showcase the versatility of the Conditions system.

    Not sure if anyone really cares in the case of Condition Cards, but I noticed 3 little typos.
    In the Spotlight: “so every hears it” should probably be “everyone”
    Gift Card: last sentence “The store it is to” should maybe be “The store itself”
    Alone for the Holidays: the first sentence seems to use a hyphen when I think they mean a dash. Really not a huge deal though.

    In the interest of not inciting Festive Fury, I’ll just say “please enjoy your December.”

  3. Atavist
    December 25, 2015 at 9:56 pm

    Awesome, two of ours got in (one of mine, one of wife). I have to admit it was fun but it was hard to judge where to fall between funny and serious.

  4. Jason Inczauskis
    December 25, 2015 at 10:43 pm

    I had a lot of fun with this contest. I was pleased that a couple of mine (Festive Fury and Holiday Dinner) made it in, and I loved the other winning entries as well. I hope that Onyx Path will have more contests like this in the future.

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