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I want to learn how to play whatever TRPGs are being played in the Colombia County, N.Y. vicinity.
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Whatever TRPGs are being played in the Columbia County (Hudson, N.Y.) area...I want to learn how to play those. Even if it just be a single session. Initially, I just want to see what is going on in the area, by playing a session at your table. Great Barrington, Mass. is also within reach.

In years past, I have DMed or played BECMI D&D, 2E, and 3E. I recently DMed a one-player campaign using the Pathfinder Beginner Box. But my player moved downstate for his work. :(

I own True20 RPG, Dungeon Crawl Classics RPG, Dragon Age RPG, Ryuutama RPG (a Japanese game), and The One Ring RPG, but haven't gotten to see them in action yet.

I'm interested in all TRPGs...D&D/PF...Savage Worlds...Fantasy AGE...anything.

I also aspire to cultivate connections between our local TRPG tables. Some kind of Columbia County Tabletop RPG Club?
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Ghent, N.Y.
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I currently don't have a game going. The suite where I live is so tiny it doesn't even have room for a kitchen table! Yet I think there are a couple options for gaming space in the nearby village of Philmont. (Either the Cultural Center which is attached to the Philmont Library, or another cultural space in Philmont which some friends of mine have access to.)

So, at first, I wish to play at other tables. Specifically, I'd be glad to play a session or two with any and all groups who are based in Columbia County (or Great Barrington). When I say "group", it could just be you and me. Even if it just be a one-on-one session - that's fine. I'd be glad if you could teach me how to play whatever TRPG you have. If you haven't gotten around to playing the games you own, then maybe we could sit down and figure out how to play them.

My work schedule is a bit difficult, in that I work every evening of the week, and I don't get out of work till 730pm or so. Which, if you count driving time, m
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I currently don't have a game going. The suite where I live is so tiny it doesn't even have room for a kitchen table! Yet I think there are a couple options for gaming space in the nearby village of Philmont. (Either the Cultural Center which is attached to the Philmont Library, or another cultural space in Philmont which some friends of mine have access to.)

So, at first, I wish to play at other tables. Specifically, I'd be glad to play a session or two with any and all groups who are based in Columbia County (or Great Barrington). When I say "group", it could just be you and me. Even if it just be a one-on-one session - that's fine. I'd be glad if you could teach me how to play whatever TRPG you have. If you haven't gotten around to playing the games you own, then maybe we could sit down and figure out how to play them.

My work schedule is a bit difficult, in that I work every evening of the week, and I don't get out of work till 730pm or so. Which, if you count driving time, m
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Wednesday, 1st August, 2018

  • 03:48 AM - Yaarel mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post Sage Advice: Plane and world hopping (includes how Eberron and Ravnica fit in D&D cosmology)
    @Polyhedral Columbia I was thinking about your suggestion to make Spelljammer phlogiston its own plane (in addition to ethereal, etcetera). It can work. Essentially, the Phlogistonic Plane has to be moreorless the same thing as hyperspace. It has to be, because the ships must be traveling faster-than-light to reach the farflung worlds. In this phlogistonic hyperspace small distances within this plane equate to vast distances in the material plane. Looking into hyperspace, I was disappointed that there is almost no reallife science behind it. It is mostly a technobabble plot device to get characters from one solar system to an other that is lightyears away. I was surprised there is virtually no science, because hard science fiction writers invented hyperspace and utilize it in their stories. I was also surprised because there are comparable reallife science, such as wormholes and so on, to travel lightyears away. Anyway, as a plot device a common trope is, strong *gravity* disrupts the hyperspace....

Tuesday, 31st July, 2018

  • 03:44 AM - Mercurius mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post Nentir Vale coming to 5e
    The above is for Polyhedral Columbia. Not sure if you've seen that one, but it is a pretty nice world map. Nerath is a continent or region within which is the Nentir Vale, not the world. Don't think the world has a proper name.

Tuesday, 12th June, 2018

  • 11:45 AM - Coroc mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post To WotC: Don't forget any of the worlds! A list of nearly 100 Official WotC Worlds, Settings, or Timelines - did I miss any?
    Polyhedral Columbia well you brought something up here, with your mentioning of the Curse of Strahd one shot. There are some roleplayers who do rather Horror stuff than D&D. But Ravenloft is a thing for some of these. I cannot say how many Players are out there, that got this preference, but it could be that there is enough (combined with the regular D&D folk) to make it a financial success. This is a thing which other settings do not offer in this way.
  • 08:46 AM - Coroc mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post Planejammer / Spellscape
    Polyhedral Columbia I want to Play Gi Joe in FR :P (NOT of course) but imagine the outcry of hardcore FR fans who are totally happy with 5e FR drawing in all Kind of stuff from other setttings. Action Man? Was that that 70s bearded Guy in an orange Overall? The competor for Big Jim who could not do a Karate strike but was much more expensive ?
  • 08:41 AM - Coroc mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post Planejammer / Spellscape
    Polyhedral Columbia Ahm Ravenloft is not a planet as such it is a demiplane to my best knowledge, I doubt there is Ravenspace and Portals to Ravenloft are usually 1 way only and that is in. Eight main realities? Did not know about that one, what is that about?

Friday, 16th March, 2018

  • 02:25 AM - pemerton mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post Mythological Figures: Achilles (5E)
    Like Mercurius, I was surprised to see such low physical stats. And like Polyhedral Columbia, I was surprised by the lack of allusion to Achilles's rage. But anyway, the personality traits seem to be missing. Achilles is a great warrior, but there are other great warriors in the Iliad. What distinguishes literary/mythological peronsalities tends to be their character. As a starting point for Achilles I'll suggest Ideal: Glory; Bond: Patroclus; Flaw: Pride.

Thursday, 25th June, 2015


Monday, 29th September, 2014


Friday, 29th August, 2014

  • 02:07 PM - doctorhook mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post What I want: 17 books or book series (and two boxes) for a Third Golden Age
    DnDPhilmont, you seem like a fascinating character, but you're gaining a reputation as "that guy who posts threads making outlandish demands for the future of 5E, as well as suggestions for products that few people seem interested in." I had to go through you post history, but I was able to confirm that you were the fellow who wanted every gaming group to write, edit, format, and publish a "nigh-professional quality" guidebook to their tabletop campaign world. Moreover, most of these threads seem to go the same way: first you post your esoteric suggestions, then the conversation turns to a philosophy lecture about the merits of Free Culture, then you speculate about the mental life of your critics (and sometimes accuse them of being corporate shills to WotC). ...Did you come here from Something Awful? :uhoh:

Wednesday, 27th August, 2014

  • 09:50 PM - Mercurius mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post What I want: 17 books or book series (and two boxes) for a Third Golden Age
    Wow, what a list. A lot of good ideas there, DnDPhilmont, although I agree that some of it is rather specific for wider publication. I also see a "quantity over quality" approach, and is largely doing exactly what you say you don't want to see happen - reinvent the wheel. I'd rather see WotC: 1. Create a "Classic Worlds of D&D" product like you mentioned a few weeks ago, and then update a few of the more popular classic settings to their own standalone books (e.g. Realms, Greyhawk, Dark Sun, Sigil in the 5E MotP). 2. License out the settings that they don't want to do anything with to other publishers (e.g. Dragonlance, Mystara, Ravenloft, Birthright, etc). 3. Re-issue and update the classic adventures in hardcover omnibuses. 4. Take a "less is more" approach to splats ala Paizo and create fewer, but better, supplement books. 5. Focus on new world(s) and adventures. My problem with your approach is that it is largely focused on stuff that's already out there, in print or PDF. I totally understand the n...

Saturday, 16th August, 2014

  • 03:16 AM - Mercurius mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post No Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting in development?
    O'rly... I had not heard of that rumor.... If true... that just got interesting for me.... Sorry to disappoint but it isn't a rumor, it is an idea that DnDPhilmont posted a thread about and has been bandied about by a few folks over the years as a dream book. If they are newbies, I really don't expect them to do anything BUT play published adventures - it's not like a newb is going to take a setting book and start generating whole new adventures. It's what I did, its what most of the guys in my gaming group did when they started out when they were young. The only one a setting book would benefit are existing players, and they already have enough material existing for the time being until WOTC gets past the release of the three core books this year. If the newbs are playing through the whole Dragon Queen Saga in less than six months to a year, that's some dedicated play! Yeah, I get that, but there should at least by the option for newbies to veer a bit away from the tracks, and have support to do s...

Thursday, 22nd May, 2014

  • 03:58 PM - Mercurius mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post The Mystery of the 5E Dungeon Master's Guide
    Take the 4e DMG, add magic items, and you've got 320 pages (or pretty close). And, actually, they could do worse - the 4e DMG had quite a lot of good stuff for the new(-ish) DM. Certainly, it was better than the 3e version with those endless walls, doors, and floors! :) (And the less said about the 2nd Ed one the better.) My favorite part about the 2E DMG was the class designer. I know, it didn't work great, but it was fun and that's exactly the sort of thing I'd like to see more of (and is generally what DnDPhilmont is getting at here, I think).

Sunday, 16th June, 2013

  • 07:47 AM - Ashtagon mentioned Polyhedral Columbia in post Tracey Alley - plagiarist
    @DnDPhilmont Yes, I reported her to WotC for suspected IP infringement. Guilty as charged. As owner of The Piazza, I have a duty to protect the integrity of the forum I run. Had I not done so when I became aware, it would invite questions as to whether and to what extent my forum protects IP thieves, which in a worst-case scenario, could result in messy (time-consuming and expensive) legal action. It might also get a forum shut down. I'd also have reported her to the other copyright holders whom I believe have had their IP used without permission, except I don't have the relevant contacts there. I understand though that other people have since made them aware of the situation. You might be interested in noting too that Bruce Heard (who actually wrote a huge amount of the stuff being infringed upon) is very upset over this, as present copyright law stops him from writing with that IP. When the original, still living, author himself can't use the IP, it makes no sense to defend the "right" of third party...

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Thursday, 27th December, 2018

  • 02:35 AM - Arnwolf666 quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Mythological Figures: John Henry (5E)
    ha - this is great. I grew up near Ronceverte, West Virginia where John's tunnel is - the statue in your photo is in a turnout at the roadside above the tunnel. My uncle authored a booklet about John Henry - one of our ancestors worked with John in the tunnel. I love John Henry - he's a representative of all of humanity. Rage against the machine! Im from West Virginia too. Glad to see another of us playing the game!!!

Wednesday, 12th December, 2018

  • 02:30 AM - Zardnaar quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Here's The Drizzt Do'Urden Conception Story
    Two things I would add. 1) Aragorn. The AD&D ranger class itself is directly inspired by Aragorn / Strider from the Lord of the Rings. The 1e AD&D Ranger even had a special ability to use crystal balls - a direct mimicking of Aragorn's mastery of the palantir / seeing stone. Specifically in regard to Drizzt, the Aragorn archetype is also seen in how Drizzt is the misunderstood guardian of Icewind Dale, in a similar way that Strider is the misunderstood guardian of Bree-land. 2) Unearthed Arcana. The Unearthed Arcana multiclass options were also a factor in the birth of Drizzt. The Crystal Shard was written in 1988, which was the 1.5e era. Unearthed Arcana was the core 1.5e book. And the option of drow rangers (and cavaliers) was one of the salient features of Unearthed Arcana. Multiclass options were limited back then, and the option of a drow ranger was one of the weird/cool features of the 1.5 era. Surely this stood out in Bob's mind. It's not like he picked an "illegal" class combo (such as "drow mon...

Thursday, 8th November, 2018

  • 01:36 AM - Garthanos quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Mike Mearls on how 4E could have looked
    Design parameters for this D&D Storytelling Game: *It looks like D&D...if you blur your eyes. It uses all the poly dice, has 6 ability scores, HP, AC, maybe a Saving Throw, and not much else. *Possibly no math at all. Except for maybe adding and subtracting Hit Points. (Like Tails of Equestria.) *Battles are designed to be resolved in possibly just one (or a few) rolls. Fights last no longer than the real time it takes for a typical fight scene in a film or novel to be resolved. *PCs don't die when defeated, unless a story twist calls for it. Perhaps all PC deaths are consensual. *Characters begin with only two or three powers (maybe: culture power, class power, + one chosen power). *All choices can be randomly rolled if the player wishes. There's a random table for character creation. *Gain exactly one power each level. A spell is a power. By 20th level (20 sessions), a character will still only have 22 powers. *Spell lists either trimmed to iconic Basic D&D list, and/or synthesized and somewhat ...

Wednesday, 7th November, 2018


Thursday, 18th October, 2018

  • 12:31 AM - R_Chance quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Dragon Reflections #14 - Dungeons & Dragons Divided!
    That is really cool. Does your flat world or campaign have a name? The Broken Lands. There are numerous large craters which marred it's original shape. The craters are from falling stars used as weapons in an ancient war (stars are huge arcane lanterns on the inside of the sphere that contains the world and it's air). The shapes of the land and seas were altered as a result, marking a major change between the Ancient World and the modern world of "the Broken Lands". It let me go wild with the map :)

Wednesday, 17th October, 2018

  • 01:20 AM - R_Chance quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Dragon Reflections #14 - Dungeons & Dragons Divided!
    Yeah cool - regardless of whether it's an old fashioned feudal fantasy world, D&D may be around for several (or many) more generations, and there are only so many D&D campaigns still in existence which extend back to the OD&D foundation. I hope, if the stars are right, that your vintage collaborative world (a kind of social artwork) might find a public venue, for the record. Does it have its own world map? Yes. We were miniature and board game wargamers. Naturally, it's a hex map done at 30 miles / 10 leagues per hex. The world is flat of course and you can fall off the edge. The world was originally much smaller (with no edges to fall off), it was a campaign map for miniature gaming and it had to include all the usual suspects on it in an area small enough to have a map based campaign which would produce miniature battles. When I moved it to D&D I expanded it to give a reasonable amount of room for all the races / cultures I wanted in it. Needless to say there are similarities to many historical areas...

Sunday, 14th October, 2018

  • 09:46 AM - R_Chance quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Dragon Reflections #14 - Dungeons & Dragons Divided!
    Hey R_Chance, any chance you'll publish your truly old school campaign setting? Do you have a website? It's old and I like it, but then so am I (I turn 60 this month) :) I don't think it's in any shape to be published without far more time than I have to get it ready. And I've never considered doing so. Nor do I have a website. I've spent well over 40 years running it, expanding it, reworking it, updating it to new editions, and so on. There are parts of it that are still OD&D and parts that are updated to 5E and everything in between. Plus a lot of home brew stuff. A lot of what is updated depends on my players. What they want to do, and where they choose to go. It's a sandbox with adventures inserted into the larger framework. I am looking forward to more time to work on my game (and play) when I pull the plug and retire in a couple of years. Right now I have a city map to re-do (graph paper, a 42" wide roll of it). My current map is starting to fall apart. That alone is a time sink. And when I retire...
  • 03:26 AM - R_Chance quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Dragon Reflections #14 - Dungeons & Dragons Divided!
    "Most of us" refers to those of you who were of the generation who cut their teeth on OD&D and AD&D in the mid-to-late-seventies. The situation was different for those us from the next generation who began gaming around the time of the "golden year" of 1983. The release of the first three Mentzer boxed sets simultaneously in 1983 (Red Box Basic, Blue Box Expert, and Aqua Box Companion) birthed a fairly large segment of gamers which stayed with BECMI D&D all the way till the end of its run in the 1990s. I was one of those. Born in 1974, I was too young to have experienced the OD&D and the early AD&D era. I remember when I was a little kid, my two older cousins (who were girls!) once guided me through a Basic D&D adventure (in retrospect this was the Moldvay set), but I didn't understand it. Fast forward a few years...the Red Box was magic to me. I admired the Easley-cover AD&D hardbacks in Waldenbooks, and would flip through them every time I visited, but the small font and dense rules looked too daunting...

Saturday, 8th September, 2018

  • 07:36 PM - DMMike quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Are there any red or pink demihuman/humanoid species in the D&D Multiverse?
    Hi - I'm trying to find an existing D&D race or "monster" which basically looks near-human, but has red or pink skin. Is there any such thing? It could be from any D&D setting - Spelljammer, Planescape, anywhere. Do you not have a GM Wand? Based on what I saw in the movies, Sith were just humans with face paint. So, there you go. Go old-school and grab the Fiendish template from 3 ;) That probably allows for altering appearances.

Thursday, 2nd August, 2018

  • 05:28 PM - Jer quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Exploring the Wayfinder's Guide to Eberron
    3. Bargle's Guide to Mystara? I would buy it. I don't need it - I can put together whatever Mystara campaign I'd want from what is already on my shelf - but I'd buy it :) But if they could smooth things over with Bruce Heard, it would more likely be Haldemar's than Bargle's Guide.
  • 04:12 AM - Yaarel quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Sage Advice: Plane and world hopping (includes how Eberron and Ravnica fit in D&D cosmology)
    Yeah, well said. Right...the Phlogiston Plane would be the Hyperspace of the D&D Multiverse. Exactly! Still, how would you keep the existing lore about the details of the surface of the crystal spheres themselves? Some are very detailed...like there's beings who walk around on the crystal and stuff. Would this be happening in the Phlogistonic Plane? If you have to drop out of Phlogiston in order to enter the crystal sphere, how would people be able to interact with stuff which lies on the inside surface of the crystal sphere? Maybe the immediate inside vicinity of the crystal wall is the "Border Phlogiston"? In either case, if you're not in the Border Phlogiston or Deep Phlogiston, you just see black empty space at the edge of the solar system. (?) But if you're in the Phlogiston Plane, you see all the cool weird crystal wall and flat pools of radiance, as described in Spellammer. The radiant, flat "stars" on the crystal sphere are only a 2D locus for the 3D stars which lie far distant in the Material ...

Wednesday, 1st August, 2018

  • 10:05 PM - Dire Bare quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Exploring the Wayfinder's Guide to Eberron
    Here's some errata. Put the darn world map in the book. It's not like there's gonna be a whole line of official Eberron products - so might as well give newcomers a glimpse and vision of the whole world! geez Other than that, sounds good. Glad Mearls and team are bring back *all* the worlds. Opening them up to DMs Guild is heroic. And thanks for Keith Baker for stepping up! Okay cool. I mistook "brief information" as just text. Alright, glad the world map is in there - good job Keith B and WotC! So, without even looking through the product, you decided to complain about something not being there . . . when you had no idea if it was actually there or not? Slow down, tiger. Maybe, just maybe, instead of making assumptions you could have asked in the thread. Plenty of us on the forums here have already purchased the product. And as McMillan has already mentioned, there is indeed a world map, multiple world maps in fact.
  • 04:01 PM - mcmillan quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Exploring the Wayfinder's Guide to Eberron
    Here's some errata. Put the darn world map in the book. It's not like there's gonna be a whole line of official Eberron products - so might as well give newcomers a glimpse and vision of the whole world! geez There is the world map in the Distant Lands Section, or were you wanting more detail?

Tuesday, 31st July, 2018


Monday, 30th July, 2018

  • 08:26 PM - Chaosmancer quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Sage Advice: Plane and world hopping (includes how Eberron and Ravnica fit in D&D cosmology)
    Yeah, it is rude and dismissive. It is possible to simply not respond to posts which one is not interested in. I'm genuinely interested in what Yaarel brought up. Aristotle and the Platonists were perceiving an aspect of reality. It's simplistic to just say: "Aristotle was wrong." There is a real-world branch of science - Anthroposophic / Goethean Science - which integrates the Neo-Platonic cosmology with modern material science. For example, the Crystal Sphere is the human experiential component of the Cosmic Microwave Background. Also, the crystal sphere of Laterre - the official D&D "Magical Medieval Earth" - mentioned in the Wrath of the Immortals boxed set, is probably Neo-Platonic as described in Dante. I know it is simplistic to say he was wrong, but... how do I explain this. How often do you sit down at the table to play, and talk about the bell curves and statistical probabilities, and how all of that tells you that there shouldn't be more than a handful of large predators in ...
  • 02:40 PM - Mouseferatu quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Sage Advice: Plane and world hopping (includes how Eberron and Ravnica fit in D&D cosmology)
    Also, the crystal sphere of Laterre - the official D&D "Magical Medieval Earth" - mentioned in the Wrath of the Immortals boxed set, is probably Neo-Platonic as described in Dante. Huh. Not being particularly familiar with the "I" part of BECMI, I had no idea there was an official D&D version of "Magic Medieval Earth." Is WotI the only place it's mentioned? What's been said about it?
  • 01:21 PM - Chaosmancer quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Sage Advice: Plane and world hopping (includes how Eberron and Ravnica fit in D&D cosmology)
    Yaarel makes two good points: 1) Reminder that Jeff Grubb's crystal sphere's concept is taken from medieval Neo-Platonic cosmology. 2) That the crystal spheres could be (re)conceived as non-material - ethereal entities. Instead of just hard shells with glowing dots on them. Is it too offensive to just say "So?" I don't see how any of that matters whatsoever. Are people supposed to like the idea more just because it matches an old model of how the universe might have worked? None of that makes the setting more interesting, unless you are already someone who knows about this medieval Neo-Platonic cosmology and thought to yourself "I wonder what it would be like to fight dragons in that sort of setting"

Friday, 27th July, 2018

  • 07:40 PM - Chaosmancer quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Sage Advice: Plane and world hopping (includes how Eberron and Ravnica fit in D&D cosmology)
    Thanks guachi and Chaosmancer for sharing about your campaign worlds. Yep, your version of the D&D Multiverse consists of just one world, along with those few extraplanar places you mentioned. In contrast, the published D&D Multiverse has always consisted of a number of different D&D Worlds, and there have always been cross-overs between *all* of them, even back in the 1970s and 1980s. Oerth existed alongside its parallel Earths: Yarth, Aerth, and Uerth. Murlynd visited Earth, where he got his six-shooters. The original Greyhawk campaign also visited Lewis Carrol's Wonderland and Edgar Rice Burrough's Barsoom (Mars). The Mystara Gazetteers included appendices which detailed gates between Mystara, Oerth, and Toril. The Book of Marvellous Magic had Alternate World Gates which brought characters to and from Mystara, Oerth, Boot Hill, Gamma World, Star Frontiers, Dawn Patrol, and Gangbusters. Ed Greenwood had "real world" Egyptians and Mesopotamians journey from Earth to Toril. One of Mystara's most (in)fa...

Thursday, 26th July, 2018

  • 01:37 AM - robus quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post What is your reaction to the Ravnica news?
    But then I realized Eberron is coming out too. I think it's a great strategy to release one Classic D&D setting and one M:tG setting every couple months. Especially since the Magic planes are formally incorporated into the D&D Multiverse. It just makes the D&D Multiverse even bigger, with more places to visit. Cool. That pace seems overly aggressive. Better to time new setting releases with the Magic card set releases, to maximize marketing impact.

Wednesday, 25th July, 2018

  • 10:47 PM - sgt-d quoted Polyhedral Columbia in post Keith Baker has written 5E Eberron! Now who would you choose to write the other Classic D&D Worldbooks?
    If 5E Eberron is a model and template for how WotC might approach the other Classic D&D Worlds...then a central designer of each world would be tapped to write the other 5E worldbooks too. Who would you nominate? My nominations: For 5E Greyhawk: Eric Mona? Allan Grohe? For 5E Dragonlance: Weis and Hickman. (Along with Cam Banks) For 5E Mystara: Bruce Heard. For 5E Blackmoor. Dustin Clingman? (Headed up the 3E Blackmoor line.) and/or James Mishler (a Blackmoor expert, and licensed publisher of the Wilderlands of High Adventure) Who else? Who do you nominate? Who'd you choose to write the other settings? (Planescape, Spelljammer, Ravenloft, Dark Sun, Birthright, Nerath, others?)Greyhawk: Luke & Ernie Gygax, James Ward. Dragonlance: Margaret Weis, Tracy Hickman, Doug Niles Dark Sun: Troy Denning Birthright: Richard Baker Mystara: Bruce Heard, David Cook, Frank Mentzer Ravenloft (properly): Tracy Hickman & Bruce Nesmith Spelljammer: Jeff Grubb Planescape: David Cook


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