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Well, there's so damn many good fantasy settings out there. It is hard to pick one. Or even three.
But I will give it a try. MYSTARA - KNOWN WORLD My entry into the world of old D&D. And what a blast it has been.
I collected all the Gazetteers and I will just love it forever. That's the way it often goes with your first true love!
AL-QADIM Funny, I never actually played in the setting. But I own it and think that it was a wonderful recreation of that 'a thousand and one nights' flair! And I loved the artwork and layout.
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The idea of transferring bloodlines from ancient gods who gave themselves up to save the world has so much BIG TIME heroism and grandeur. I just dig this kind of stuff! Forgotten Realms has always been a favorite, particularly the Daggerdale region (I've run the Daggerdale trilogy several times). I love the Zhentarim, and I love watching them get taken down over and over and over again. Plus Faerun really lends itself to stories involving fallen gods, armies of demons, and other super epic level high fantasy. Mystara is also very cool, and was the first campaign world I got into, but as the Gazeteer series went on, they started playing 'one-upsmanship' and the series suffered from bloat quickly.
Though I do still think Shadow Elves kick butt over Drow, and I still habitually substitute them for Drow in my campaigns. I'm looking forward to DCC #35 because it reminds me a bit of Mystara (hopefully without the bloat though). The Wilderlands is the setting for my current campaign, and it's very fun. Best $70 I ever spent, and truly the boxed set that DCC #35 will have to beat. My players are enjoying the multi-colored humans, the barbarian hordes, and the way any sort of overland travel turns rapidly into a tour through the 1st ed. Monster manual (owlbears, perytons, and manticore oh my). They're currently working for the Overlord -- I'm running Dungeon Interludes with the Overlord and Black Lotus as the PC's patron, trying to assemble the Occulum before Skullshank (now a Vashar (BOVD) wizard named Nyrodak) can, but as my PCs have learned more and more about what the Occulum does and what the Overlord plans to use it for (summon a demon army to destroy the World Emperor), the more convinced they become that they have to stop their patron too.
And then, just to really confuse things, Skullshank is hiding out in the ranks of the Black Lotus themselves! My favorite is the Old (and recently revived) Judges Guild setting the Wilderlands, especially when connected with Dave Arneson's Blackmoor setting as it was in the First Fantasy Camapign. There are so many possibilities in the combined setting, low magic sword and sorcery, high magic, science fantasy with lost or hidden and terrible technology, urban adventures in the City State or Blackmoor, or vast wilderness to explore and classic dungeon crawls around every corner. Still my favorite setting albeit with a minimized science fiction influence as far as relics left over from prehistory. How To Install Adobe Illustrator Cs6 Crack On Mac on this page. Time does wonders for technology not to mention the relative stability of certain materials. Now if only Tula, Rallu, and Virdistan would come to fruition.
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