Just out of curiosity, where do your games take place? I mean, what campaign world? Storebought? Homebrew?
Me, I've been running a campaign loosely based in the Scarred Lands by Sword and Sworcery Press. When I say loosely, I mean just that. I don't use the Relics and Rituals books, so it's just standard classes. I really like the setting though. Way cool monsters and a very dark and grim feel.
So howzabout you?
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Post by MrLemurBoy on Oct 29, 2003 10:24:33 GMT -5
Almost every game I've been in is homebrewed. Got nothin against the settings allready out there. It just seems like all the people I play with really really like to create their own worlds
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Post by ShonenSenshiDave on Oct 30, 2003 14:39:26 GMT -5
The tabletop where I am a PC seems to be a homebrew mix of a couple of different worlds. The tabletop I currently run as GM is set in Rokugan, as is my online RPG here. My other online RPG is set in the standard ADnD realms...
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Post by cryptangel on Nov 11, 2003 16:09:28 GMT -5
We play in a homemade world that my DM has spent lots of time and headaches developing. Just can't remember the name thought
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Post by AtlanteanAscendant on Dec 12, 2003 5:21:01 GMT -5
my last DnD game was set in Ravenloft, and there are times i use aspects of the various worlds. but in general the majority of my setting worlds are homebrew. mostly because i cant stand it when i get players who are intimately familiar with a particular campaign setting (say FR or Greyhawk) and proceed to explain, at length why things that are happening IMC either cant or shouldnt happen.
that having been said... give up DnD and play EARTHDAWN! ... hehe
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