Originally Posted by doncamp1
Are you new to role-playing? Or an old-school player for 20+ years?
Want to join an ongoing D&D Campaign? Don't have alot of time to commit to a
Dungeons and Dragons Adventures in 4E
How about a weekly game on Saturdays at noon? Players spend 60-90 minutes per week solving one encounter at a time! (The Game Keep - Lebanon Road).
Meet other local Dungeons & Dragons players for adventures
I have been asked to run the Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth campaign module for another group that has formed in the area. Now, this won't actually happen until next about late Spring or Summer of next year. I am debating as to if I should post a campaign log for it here? Just not sure how many people are actually reading the campaign logs? Figure that I would see if I get any feedback here about the matter.
Actually, with the infrequency of the group that I ran the campaign for first
I'm glad this PDF is finally done and up on the Atlas site - nice to see it up there, and I appreciate the help from the co-author Jay and the other resources provided from other members there and some here as well; I couldn't have put it all together without the help. Blurb follows:
Hey all, anyone interested in the Feng Shui RPG might find the following useful, as Atlas Games has uploaded a free PDF which compiles brief summaries of each of their 59 official archetypes into one
USA-50: Book of the West
The best nation on Earth deserves the best heroes for its defense. Whether they walk the boulevards of Hollywood, look over the oil fields of the North Slope, or can hike the Grand Canyon on the way to grandma's house, the heroes of the western United States stand strong in the face of injustice. They are the chosen few, the best super-heroes each state of teh union can offer, forged into a team that makes a mighty weapon against evil.
After getting a comment on how I build campaign world maps, I've decided to talk about how I create dungeon maps. I have a confession... it's easier than I want to admit.
There are three sources for dungeons - natural caverns, man-made (creature made!!), and combo dungeons.
With natural caverns, I just use squiggles on a piece of graph paper - or download an existing cave map (http://www.climb-utah.com/WM/Maps/NuttyPuttyCaveMap.pdf). Then I arrange the monsters with as
Updated 12-11-2010 at 11:35 PM by Malruhn