Fantastic article on getting started creating content for the DMs Guild. Definitely going to refer to this as I go forward with the world I’m building and other content I have in mind.
I wanted to play a character who was completely different from any others I’d played to that point. One class I’d never played before was a rogue. Enter Thelisn.
As I mentioned initially, the focus of this campaign setting will be one of four main continents that occupy this world. This continent consists of coastal regions along the western, southern and eastern regions which are separated from the inner main continent by long mountain ranges that are mostly impassable.
When I first joined the Wyrmfang Chronicles, my character was Storinthalasin. Storin was a Silvanesti elven fighter/magic user from the world of Krynn. He was assisting his master with a magical experiment and it went horribly awry. He ended up in the misty realms of Ravenloft. There he wandered for several years before coming across the party of adventurers. Not having found his way back to his own world of Krynn, he threw in his lot with this band of heroes.
I’ll start with my current character because he’s the freshest in my memory. A year or two ago, we decided to move our ongoing campaign from Faerun to Golarion. The current arc is based in the deserts of Osirion, running through the Mummy’s Mask and related modules.
Hmm, there have been so many that I have a hard time narrowing it down to one.
Most weeks it seems to feel like a 1. Every time I need a good roll the most, a 1 tends to come up. I think it’s a curse or something.
I’ve had something brewing in my mind for a couple years now and I’ve decided to go ahead with it. I want to create my own RPG world. And I’m going to document the process on here as I go, sharing my thoughts and the reasons why I made certain decisions. So, here a few of my initial thoughts.
Over the years of playing in the Wyrmfang Chronicles, I’ve been through a LOT of characters. We’ve been playing nearly once a week for more than 20 years. Most of them have ended up dead, or worse….