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Campaign settings [message #324] Thu, 16 July 2009 13:38 Go to next message
Ahnkar_Derzahla is currently offline Ahnkar_Derzahla
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i'm fairly new to D&D (less than a year) and i'm really only familiar with the core campaign and eberron, i was wondering if any one could suggest other interesting settings
Re: Campaign settings [message #325] Thu, 16 July 2009 16:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
like_a_god is currently offline like_a_god
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Well,

I create my own settings. I find it's the best way to go. Check out the "Baying of the Hounds" campaign I'll be running here shortly. You can find it under the campaign area. While I'm using the Pathfinder system for campaign, the system is compatible with 3.5 so maybe that will give you some ideas!

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Re: Campaign settings [message #327] Thu, 16 July 2009 21:47 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Ahnkar_Derzahla is currently offline Ahnkar_Derzahla
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thanks, really i use the settings as inspiration mostly
Re: Campaign settings [message #332] Fri, 17 July 2009 12:31 Go to previous message
Dragonsong is currently offline Dragonsong
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You might look at Ghostwalk for a peculiar take on a dnd setting: its a late 3.0 conversion to 3.5 based on if you die you become a ghost and continue playing.


As for other settings well Forgotten Realms is probably the most well supported and greyhawk is the "default" but not anywhere near as popular as eberron or FR. Really not too much as far as official world/ campaign settings form Wizards.

some 3rd party ones to consider:
Midnight (Lord of the rings where Sauron wins and rules the land)

Oreintal Adventures used the campaignt setting from Legend of the Five rings game from AEG and was co-pordued by AEG and Wizards of the Coast.

A half -hearted attempt at ravenloft was done by White Wolf for 3-3.5 They also did a D-20 system/setting called (i think) swords and sorcery but i don't know anything about it.
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