Tag Archives: Midgard Campaign Setting

What Do I Know About First Impressions? Midgard Chronicles (Organized Play Program)

Warduke Press is an organization that has recently started to run an organized play group for Kobold Press’ Midgard setting. Warduke Press appears to be the next iteration of the Greyhawk Reborn group that has been maintaining a Greyhawk based organized play group, so they appear to have some experience in managing a third party organized play group. As a

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Lessons Learned: Tales of the Old Margreve Campaign

This has taken me a while, but I finally wanted to circle back around to writing about my experience running Tales of the Old Margreve, and what I would do if I ever did it again. I touched on some of the points I’m going to touch on when I was posting my session by session posts, but it’s probably

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What Do I Know About My Campaign? Tales From the Old Margreve Campaign Journal #10

  Goodness, we’re already closing in on another session of my Tales of the Old Margreve game, and as such, I should probably look towards getting my most recent summary of our last session written up. If you happen to be following these and have any questions, please let me know. I would be happy to talk about these summaries

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What Do I Know About My Campaign? Tales of the Old Margreve Campaign Journal #6

This week is super hectic, with my regular game nights coming up, as well as a convention/game day on Saturday, and work is really busy. Regardless, I still wanted to make sure and wrap up my summary of The Honey Queen before we started the next adventure in the Tales of the Old Margreve anthology commentary. Previous Journals:Campaign Journal #1Campaign

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What Do I Know About My Campaign? Tales of the Old Margreve Campaign Journal #1

If you follow the reviews that I write, you know I had some concerns over Tales Of the Old Margreve. Most importantly, there are references to the Kariv in the gazetteer and one specific adventure that play into harmful real-world stereotypes. Because I already own the adventure, and because the material outside of the problematic content is very compelling, I

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What Do I Know About Reviews? Zobeck Gazetteer (5th Edition)(5th Edition OGL Compatible)

When the 3.5 edition of Dungeons and Dragons ended, one of the things that went along with it was a print version of Dragon Magazine. I had been reading Dragon Magazine almost from the time I first got into Dungeons and Dragons and loved the random articles that sparked my imagination on topics I would not otherwise have pondered. One

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