The prize winners were (based on my notes, so the usernames/etc. may not be 100% accurate):
Donated by GreyhawkOnline and the Oerth Journal:
1. Oerth Journal 32 print copy #1: won by Shade Mage 2. Oerth Journal 32 print copy #2: won by Eddy Ragnarok
Donated by Bryan Blumklotz:
3. Custom heraldry design of winner's choice: won by Asher
Donated by Gabor "Melan" Lux:
4. OSR bundle #1: complete set of Echoes from Fomalhaut zine #1-6, Barbarian King, Lost Valley of Kishar, Nocturnal Table, Castle Xyntillan: won by Azure Liz Cerulia (I really mangled this one, I think, sorry!)
Donated by Black Blade Publishing and Chaotic Henchmen Productions:
5. OSR Bundle #2: OSRIC (AD&D retro-clone, brand-new 3rd printing), 1 11"x17" double-sided graph pad (6 and 5 squares per inch), 1 8.5"x11" double-sided graph pad (6 and 5 squares per inch), 1 11"x17" double-sided dual-layered hex pad (Wilderlands and Greyhawk sized hexes), 1 8.5"x11" three-hole drilled layered campaign hex pad (three-layer WG5-style hex and Wilderlands-style two-layer hex), F4 Withered Crag by Guy Fullerton (Chaotic Henchmen), C1 The Hidden Shrine of Tamoachan, S2 White Plume Mountain, U1-3 The Saltmarsh Series: won by ParaJosh
Donated by Black Blade, Three Line Studio (Rob Kuntz), and TLB Games (Paul Stormberg):
6. Greyhawk Bundle #1 = Rob Kuntz Books: El Raja Key Archive Standard Edition with K1 Sunken City (DVD or USB version for archive), Bottle City (Black Blade edition), Dark Druids (Chaotic Henchmen edition), WG5 Mordenkainen's Fantastic Adventure: won by Zudrak
Donated by Allan Grohe and Black Blade Publishing:
7. Greyhawk Bundle #2 - Gary Gygax Books: complete set of Gord the Rogue novels (2 from TSR, 5 from New Infinities Productions), G1-3 Against the Giants, S4 Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth: won by Celestian
Congratulations to all of the winners, and many thanks to the donors who keep Greyhawk and old-school gaming alive at our tables!
The DM, Andrew Cosby, is working on the new live-action D&D series. I didn't catch which part of the show he's in charge of, but if this game was any indication, I think the show is in good hands.
Stefan Pokorny's finale game on Sunday night was excellent, as well. I think Luke said he's going to try to get all of the rest of their series onto YouTube (or maybe he said they're already there?), so I'll definitely have to look into that.