As a personal suggestion: perhaps you could make "An Encyclopedia of Lanjyr", which is basically a list of every single NPC in the campaign, grouped by fraction/geography. The world is full of small details (i.e. Aodan's family name is Lesterman and he was a privateer at the time of 3rd Yerasol War), which are peppered through the whole AP. On the other hand, some NPC (head of Crissillir and Clergy) are only given a name in Player's guide with practically no description or details, whereas it's useful for DM to have this information at the very start of the campaign.But at the current point, I don't really have anything in mind substantial for monsters and magic. 4e and PF already have tons of rules widgets and weird monsters, and I'm not sure what value would be added by including more.
I have a local tabletop roleplaying convention coming in March, and I'm thinking about running Bonds of Forced Faith (as long as I invent good translation of the name into Russian), mainly to establish "canon" version of history for my main party. The con main topic is "horror", I think rivers of blood will fit nicely... Have you run it already in your campaign? Any advice?As I'm playing Zeitgeist in 5e, is there any way to get that un-adjusted version?
The con main topic is "horror", I think rivers of blood will fit nicely... Have you run it already in your campaign? Any advice?