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    Alan's Thread

    Post  MAS on Sun Jun 25, 2017 12:53 pm

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    Re: Alan's Thread

    Post  navyik on Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:37 am

    I have Done several iterations of the goblin mechanic campaign.  Usually free hand with fantastical larger than life mechanized interior settings.  Some goblin machines are common, like counterweight armor, while others like the bladed spinning top are "bosses". Usually the dwarves in this campaign have very experimental gunpowder, and there is an ongoing war somewhere between them.  The cause of the goblin scourge is rooted in their covetousness of a strange and magical meteorite Tha lies in fragments around the continent.

      I would like to turn Old Gabby's Gin Mill into a module; I think it would sell as a stand alone insert to any campaign.  It is the most developed portion of the campaign.

    I have also run the goblin campaign as a rip-off of Gloden Dust.

    I also have a campaign for moderate level characters that starts in ordinary life
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    Re: Alan's Thread

    Post  navyik on Thu Jun 29, 2017 2:01 pm

    Childhood

    My parents led the local Explorer Post, which was a youth Astronomy club.  When events rained out the guys played D&D.  This was the mid to late 70's.  I started playing with my brother and his friend Scott when I was 6 or 7.  My mom got me the basic set around that time.

    At 10 or 11 I played with the neighborhood kids, mostly Will Kaczmarek and Mike Crowell.  We never used the rules.  Then we discovered Elfquest, a percentile system.  Then we converted D&D to our own systems.

    7th grade was D&D club at Kennedy middle school with Steve Heiden.  My long running character was Wegro Androphie a dwarven thief.

    highschoolI was summer D&D in Chris's basement between Starlight rehearsals.  Then we made a chess board games with monsters and characters.  Conquest of the empire, axis and allies.  Josh, Mike white, Shadow run.

    Eric Archer created Russian Dawn, which we played often.

    I still didn't really use the rules to Actual D&D.

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