Day 11 Favorite Adventure You Have Ran
If we're talking stand alone module then look no further than my player's ongoing expeditions in the Temple of Elemental Evil.
If we're talking a single adventure not meant to be the focus of the campaign I can think of one in particular from Issue 108 of Paizo's Dungeon. "30 Feet of Demonic Danger: Take on the Iron Satyr"
Day 12 Favorite Dungeon Type / Location
I've always held a certain fondness for Frozen Caverns, Glacier Crevasse and Iceworm tunnels. If I were a Bond villain, I'd stake my claim in the Antarctic.
|Antarctic Ice Tunnel|
One of my favorite stories in Tales of the Dying Earth by Jack Vance was the young apprentice sent off to a strange land of green and grey cloaked people. It took some rereading but after awhile you realize they are traipsing around a ruined modern city and eventually find themselves in an elevator. Which inspired me to think of a most excellent trap.
When a PC touches the elevator button a mini-lancet pricks them. They are shocked to learned that it is not poisoned and seemingly nothing happened. In reality, the lancet took a sample of their blood and with the power of super-science is creating a clone at a level below. This happens for every elevator and ideally the last PC will refuse to tempt fate again so you will get a nice sampling of PC's if everyone shares the threat of death equally. At a lower level they will come face to face with their clone counterparts, sans-exceptional equipment but we can always toss in some space lasers and future tech to even things out.
Day 14 Favorite NPC
Lucaim Halfos. He spoke with a terrible Transylvania accent and spoke of weird customs. "In Barovia we put dissenters on spike and let them slide down. There is no more dissent ya?" He was helpful to the PC's early on but when they went mausoleum hunting later on for the ghostly Paladin haunting the town they discovered his secret. Well, not really a secret, his albino appearance and fancy for necklines made him a pretty obvious vampire candidate. Unfortunately for the PC's he was also a very experience Monk. He took out an eye, broke a few limbs and nearly bit/transformed someone before the PCs managed to escape. That college campaign was put on hold so they never got a chance to take revenge or visit Barovia.
I'll save the Favorite Monsters for their own post.