Posts Tagged ‘Campaign’

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Shared Campaign Worlds – the FORSE Project

18 July, 2011

Off and on across the gaming journals, I have seen the ideas of shared campaigns and shared worlds being discussed.  Back (in the dawn of time) when I first started playing D&D, characters bounced from campaign to campaign, world to world, depending on who wanted to DM but there was not really anything resembling a coherent storyline or plot, it was just a lot of storming dungeons, killing things and taking their stuff.

But, as campaigns became more structured and tied to game worlds, those days of easy campaign hopping faded into memory.  Sometime ago back when we lived in Oregon City, we tried a new version of a shared world, we called it the FORSE (Friends Of R’Lyeh Shared Earth) Project.   Read the rest of this entry ?

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Pathfinder Campaign Report – Wyvern Hunt II “Ill-met in Asku-Korla”

26 December, 2010

Ill-met is Asku-Korla

The next morning our brave Imperial Wyvern Reclamation Party set out, with a freshly oiled wyvern harness among other gear, and an escort of the Lions of Twilight (the Bronze Lion’s personal guard comprised of former mercenaries) for the first leg of the journey.  Almost as soon as they left the palace they encountered Bertram Zirconia, great dwarven hunter, and his visse servant Neville, who -as a great hunter- wanted to get in on the wyvern hunting and decided to attach himself to Tae Boe’s party.  After a brief discussion, it was decided that a hunter of his skills would be a useful addition, they headed off into the hinterlands.

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Secrets of Taren Kost – Interlude 2

3 October, 2010

After a slight delay (just under a year) we finally returned to the Secrets of Taren Kost, in our last interlude wherein the characters were invited to go hawking with the Baron Rivale Dammeron.  (Here are the characters involved.)

Interlude 2: Lost Hawks, Bones and Ghosts

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New Campaign – Taren Kost Revisited

8 October, 2009

As my last campaign failed due to my lack of commitment and the players lack of interest, we have decided to start again.  Having just watched the fantastic 1970s versions of the Three and Four Musketeers, we decided to an try an urban campaign using Pathfinder.

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