Announcing the Shadowrun Editor Community Contest and Sweepstakes!

Hey, Everyone!

We’ve got some exciting news! As you know, Harebrained Schemes created the Shadowrun Editor so you can tell YOUR stories in the world of Shadowrun. It’s been exciting to see how GMs have used the editor in ways we never even thought about! To celebrate all the hard work of the GMs out there, we’ve partnered with our friends at Intel to create the Shadowrun Editor Community Contest.

Using the Shadowrun Editor, GMs can create and submit content in four categories: Maps, Props, Short Story and Long Story. The Shadowrun Community will vote for their favorites and the winners will be chosen by the Harebrained Schemes team. Finalists will receive a Design Consultation to improve their content along with a Shadowlab or Let’s Play video of their story featuring Jordan Weisman, the creator of Shadowrun. Submit your entries by March 13. Vote for your favorites until March 27 – you can vote daily! Winners will be announced on April 3.

Additionally, ANYONE can enter a special Sweepstakes to win an Intel Ultrabook 2-in-1 Convertible, Shadowrun swag, or copies of Shadowrun Returns and Shadowrun: Dragonfall. Full information is available at

Head on over and check it out!


4 Responses to “Announcing the Shadowrun Editor Community Contest and Sweepstakes!”

  1. Massakre
    February 14, 2014 at 11:01 am #

    Great idea, guys! Looking forward to seeing what everyone else has been working on. :]

  2. Harlekin
    February 18, 2014 at 10:02 pm #

    Comes Dragonfall DLC directly with German Language or 6-8 Month Later like the Primary Game?

    • Robin
      February 26, 2014 at 11:34 am #

      We need to see how Shadowrun Returns does before we can commit to translating Shadowrun:Dragonfall. Localization is very expensive.

  3. Hal
    February 24, 2014 at 7:06 pm #

    Can someone please explain to me how Kyle Harris’ NIghtmare Harvest is not the top rated UGC in this contest? I’ve played Shadowrun Unlimited and From the Shadow, Run. Both are decent efforts, but Nightmare Harvest is superior to both, AND the OC. There is no other campaign that nails the Shadowrun Universe so perfect. Branching story, repeatable areas, unique characters, a beautifully written Noir setting and characters…I could go on and on. Not to mention the spelling, grammar and style is leaps and bounds above the other two. Come on people…if you aren’t voting for Harvest, you haven’t played it.