That’s how all worlds start right? Well, I guess some begin with two dragons fighting and getting covered by a third, or by a retconned piece of history that splits a large world in two. What I’m trying to say is, hey, this is the beginning.
Last week I took a Fourth Edition group that I’ve been playing with online via roll20.net from level 1 to 30. Meanwhile I was running a Forgotten Realms game using the D&D Next playtest rules with another group. As of right now, we have until the Summer of this year before those playtest rules grow into official D&D Fifth Edition rules during this limbo space is when I’ll be homebrewing the next campaign world in which both of these groups will play.
Now, that 5ish months is going to fly by, but in 19 years of playing table top RPGs, I’ve never had this much time to work on building a world. I’ve spent a lot of time dreaming and thinking, but now it’s time to really put those things into action and create a rich campaign setting where I will want to spend hours of time with my friends.
So that’s it for now. Just a short post to get me started, but there is going to be much more to come in the days ahead.
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