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  1. grodog

    D&D General "Why Greyhawk?" in 2023 - grodog's thoughts

    I think that's part of the secret sauce behind Greyhawk's enduring appeal---setting detail is revealed in small doses that accumulated through play in adventures, while fighting monsters, etc. Your description sounds interesting, but since I'm pretty unfamiliar with 4e and 5e, can you point me...
  2. grodog

    D&D General #Dungeon23

    Some #dungeon23 resources to assist your mega-dungeon mapping projects!: #Dungeon23 Resources - Mega-Dungeon Tools of the Trade =) Allan.
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    D&D General #dungeon23 resources: mega-dungeon mapping tools of the trade

    Some #dungeon23 resources to assist your mega-dungeon mapping projects!: #Dungeon23 Resources - Mega-Dungeon Tools of the Trade =) Allan.
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    D&D General "Why Greyhawk?" in 2023 - grodog's thoughts

    Thanks, that's quite helpful, since I don't play 5e, and am not really plugged into its zeitgeist. Gatekeeper needs the opportunity to grow into an important character through play at the table: ;) Allan.
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    D&D General "Why Greyhawk?" in 2023 - grodog's thoughts

    Access to Greyhawk might make the new OGL more palatable for some fans and publishers, perhaps. Allan.
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    D&D General "Why Greyhawk?" in 2023 - grodog's thoughts

    You can definitely do that in any setting, as long as you're willing to ignore what canon has already been published. (For the record, I do exactly that in Greyhawk all the time ;) ). And while there is a fair amount of content for Greyhawk published, much more has been published for FR over...
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    D&D General "Why Greyhawk?" in 2023 - grodog's thoughts

    Hmmm. Can you please add some more context on the part of your response that I highlighted? I'm not deeply familiar with most of WotC's recent releases, or their general reception. Allan.
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    D&D General "Why Greyhawk?" in 2023 - grodog's thoughts

    "Why Greyhawk?" and why I think that Greyhawk is still as relevant in 2023 as it was in 1973: Why Greyhawk in 2023? - grodog's Thoughts Allan.
  9. grodog

    Aeon (updated 10/9/14)

    Happy New Year bump! :D Allan.
  10. grodog

    Greyhawk Collector's Guide

    @Echohawk : some new history about the development and production of the RPGA Fist of Emirikol RPGA promo from 2003: edit: is the better link, I think Allan.
  11. grodog

    Tales of Wyre

    Thanks! Thanks! :D Allan.
  12. grodog

    Tales of Wyre

    I've certainly borrowed elements, and some elements are joined through synchronicity across time! Most-recently, I've seeded a certain divinatory artifact into my Greyhawk campaign: https://grodog.blogspot.com/2022/11/the-prophecy-of-the-six-and-the-twelve.html Allan.
  13. grodog

    Tales of Wyre

    My first published D&D article was on on shadow magics, in White Wolf Magazine #11, way back in 1988. I've shared some of that info in Knockspell Magazine #6 (the magazine folded before part 2 was published), but haven't gotten that into my blog yet. Working more on that is in my 2023 campaign...
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    Aeon (updated 10/9/14)

    Eight-year bump! :D Allan.
  15. grodog

    Tales of Wyre

    Hmmm. Apparently I'm not allowed to start a conversation? Allan.
  16. grodog

    Tales of Wyre

    I get out to Seattle and Portland semi-regularly for work, would be happy to meet up sometime, as schedules permit! :D Allan.
  17. grodog

    D&D General Correspondence with David Trampier and A History of His 1985 Attempt to Crowdfund a Wormy Anthology

    This is also worth checking out: Photo Galleries - Castle Perilous Games Allan.
  18. grodog

    D&D General Correspondence with David Trampier and A History of His 1985 Attempt to Crowdfund a Wormy Anthology

    Here's a picture of the original artwork, for reference: Allan.
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  20. grodog

    D&D 1E I'm gonna run some Greyhawk. What supplements should I seek out?

    Site’s down, but you can order via Facebook PM at Black Blade Publishing or via email at tacojohndm@yahoo.com. Allan.
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