D&D General "I have played in or run a D&D campaign set in Eberron." (a poll)

True or False: "I have played in or run a D&D campaign set in Eberron."

  • True.

    Votes: 53 54.6%
  • False.

    Votes: 44 45.4%

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Morkus from Orkus
I voted false and it will likely never become true. There is too much magic around and the gods are too remote for my personal tastes, so I have avoided it.


Dragon Lover
No, I haven’t run a campaign or been in a campaign taking place in Eberron. I might one day run a campaign in Eberron, but I would not base it in Khorvaire as outside of the mournlands I find it to be the least interesting continent (which is ironic as it is also the one most focused on it seems).

However I do mine some of Eberron books and lore for my own setting. My continent of Thaczil in particular is inspired by Argonnessen and information from the ‘Dragons of Eberron’ book from 3.5.


Yes. My second longest running campaign of all time was set there. Ran from levels 1 - 15 in 3.5e.

I've tried a couple of other campaigns there, but neither of them quite got off the ground. A shame.

like greyhawk I voted false but we have canalized a lot for homebrew settings... We had 2 'almost' game in it though, I ran a session 0 that then fell apart before game 1 for a city of sharn 'leverage' style game, and my 1st attempt at pathfinder was kind of in eberon we used the maps and the names on the maps but the DM made up his own gods and there were no warforged

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