I can’t believe it but we hit 250 twitter followers on our Dungeons and Dragons Twitter account @JoyceGaming this week.
It was only last week we broke 200 on Twitter, so that’s a huge increase in followers.
Thank you so much.
300 Follower Update 14th October
Guys we just went through the 300 barrier.
I can’t quite believe it.
Thank you again!
For this reason I’ve decided to let anyone in the world enter, not just those who live in the UK!
International followers now entered into the draw. International shipping may however cause the dice to be taxed… depending on your country’s tax laws.
Unfortunately I can’t do much about that 🙁
The amount of brilliant new content I’ve seen produced by those new followers is fantastic.
Cosplay costumes, makeup and props. RPG maps. Painted miniatures. Dice bags. Tiny in-game props. Stories from the table. Poems. In-game photos. DM tips. Player advice. PC background and history. Music.
So much content posted on Twitter.
That’s one of the reasons I love the D&D (and general RPG) community Twitter so much.
You guys are amazing.
The feedback from the Twitter community over my recent map doodles really spurred me on to produce our ever-expanding RPG map for #inktober.
Celebratory RPG Dice Giveaway
To celebrate, for the rest of the month I’ve decided to run a simple giveaway contest here on the blog.
On the 1st of November I will pick out a lucky winner, who’ll receive their choice of one of the following RPG dice set.
They’ll get the D4, D6, D8, D10, D12, D00 and of course our favourite… the almighty D20.
To Enter the Giveaway
To enter our little Twitter celebration, you must:
- Be following us on Twitter,
- RT our pinned Tweet about the contest,
Be living in the UK,
It’s as simple as that.
That’ll get your name in the hat (Actually it’ll go into a small wooden chest I use for D&D)
Improving Your Odds
These RT contests on Twitter generate a lot of short-term followers, so how do you as a dedicated follower improve your odds of winning?
Yes that’s right.
That will triple your odds of winning.
Also its a great way for me to see how you want the map to expand in the future.
So to summarise, to get into the contest with the best odds: