“Dungeon Oddities” also gets special mention by Matt Finch in the thread over at the Original D&D Discussion forum. Granted that both Matt and James had their own involvement with Knockspell #2 and this should be taken into account when weighing for any bias, it’s nice to see that the article seemed to stand out amongst the excellent contributions by many other authors.
“Michael Curtis offers up an amazing article on "Dungeon Oddities" that has already inspired me as I continue to work on my Dwimmermount megadungeon.”
“Dungeon Oddities” was a heck of a lot of fun to write and I was quite satisfied with the end result – an oddity in itself as many writers can attest. I cover a pretty broad spectrum of subterranean weirdness in that piece, going into detail about bizarre doors, rifts between worlds, stone wombs, magma rivers, tar pits, and a few other set pieces of strangeness to include down in the dungeon depths. I certainly hope the readers of this blog will buy a copy of Knockspell #2 and get some enjoyment and inspiration out of “Dungeon Oddities.”