Joshua O'Sullivan (Dragonfly)


Joshua O'Sullivan (alias Dragonfly, formerly Sausage) is a British Doom level designer, artist and musician most notable for being the main author of Skulldash and Eviternity.

Skulldash won a Cacoward in 2015 and was also featured in an article from the March 2016 issue of PC Gamer.[1] Eviternity received one of the Cacowards 2019, and received much coverage from many gaming news sites.[2][3] Dragonfly's levels "excel in fast, fun, and disposable gameplay." [4]

Dragonfly regularly streams on Twitch. He also writes tutorials regarding some advanced GZDoom features and level design on his website "Dragonfly's Doomworks."

Body of work[edit]









  • Abyssal Speedmapping Sessions:
    • Session 33, MAP06: Thrusting and Pumping
    • Session 34, MAP10: i am well and truly ashamed of this map and i hope you dont make it this far in the wad and if you did well fuck sorry, MAP22: Gridlocked
    • Session 36, MAP13: Eggplant.png
    • Session 37, MAP07: Unsolicited Cock Pics, MAP09: you thought the map name in ASS34 was long haha well listen here sonny jim I was only getting warmed up because this map name is both lengthier and girthier and much better and this time im not even sorry hahaha hope you get burned by the archviles and maybe also splattered by cyberdemons and enjoy the music from crash bandicoot which is actually good ok bye
    • Session 38, MAP11: Mister Fister
    • Session 39, MAP11: What's black and white and red all over?
    • Session 40, MAP10: Satan's ASShole
    • Session 42, MAP14: Why Don't You Take A Rocket And Stick It Up Your ASS
  • Team Rocket: Blasting Off at the Speed of Mapping (Doomworld/idgames)
    • MAP04: Coat Hangar
    • MAP06: Process of Elimination
    • MAP09: Acceleration
    • MAP13: Dominohoes
    • MAP15: Roadkill
    • MAP18: Pinch Me I Must Be Dreaming
    • MAP21: Jog On
    • MAP22: Soup Pot
    • MAP32: Neon Ignition
    • MAP33: Inner Demons
    • MAP35: Hall of Fame






External links[edit]


  1. Dragonfly (3 May 2016). "The Cacowards, and subsequently, Skulldash, was featured on Page 119 of the March 2016 issue of PC Gamer Magazine." Doomworld forums. Retrieved 17 July 2018.
  2. Tarason, Dominic (11 February 2019). "Doom II mod Eviternity teaches everything to know about demon slaying." Rock Paper Shotgun.
  3. Macgregor, Jody (11 February 2019). "Doom megawad Eviternity hits final revision." PC Gamer.
  4. kmxexii (10 December 2015). "Cacowards 2015." Doomworld. Retrieved 25 May 2018.