rend his expedition to the City of the Gods. Blackmoor’s chief sleuth immediately works the newly arrived PCs into his plans. After being admitted to Blackmoor. DA3 City of the Gods (Basic) – New Magic? That’s what the flying egg has. New magic unlike any ever encountered in Blackmoor. New magic of. Finally DA3 City of the Gods is available at DrivethruRPG. Third in the series of DA modules, DA3 was that last in the series where Dave.

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Cartography was done by Dennis Kauth and David C. Basic ideas for the “bad guys” was ripped from that video game I mentioned: All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from February It included baronies, citadels, history of leaders and details on the Blackmoor dungeon.

Though having read many of your posts, Fan, and seeing that your game runs across many times and many planets and is very open ended I don’t see it being a problem. Beholder Drow dark elf Githyanki Illithid mind flayer Lich. Which faerie ring do they step through?

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Wake of the Ravager Bblackmoor Sun Online: The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: I work like that a lot myself. But more than likely, I would just kinda take the paragraph or two EGG wrote and doctor it up to suit my campaign, much like I’ve done for the entire setting. Do people keep the City of the Gods as part of the Blackmoor shared universe some kind of portal I assume or do they just ignore that part of it?


One way to get there from the Known World is through time travel. Shattered Lands Dark Sun: It IS kinda coming back to me more though, just having done thee post. I enjoy it when I get player input driving the game.

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Blackmoor grew out of Arneson’s wargaming sessions, after he began to expand them to include ideas from The Lord of the Rings and Dark Shadows. I’ve DMed a fair bit in blackmoor, although it was using 3. Retrieved from ” https: The PCs won’t even know they’ve gone through a portal, and won’t be able to detect it as bods, as such, and that will also be a factor if they try to go back – they may or may not be able to, depending on the whim of the DM and the will of the players.

It ciyt with the first printing of the First Fantasy Campaign Maps. For instance, The Wrath of the Immortalsan epic adventure which described a massive war involving both heaven and earth, climaxes with ckty discovery of the preserved control room from the starship that had crashed near Blackmoor millennia ago.

Archived from the original on July 18, The Cover and entire booklet are Black and White.


There, they are hired by The Fetch, previously seen in the adventure Temple of the Frogbecause the Froggies, a cult introduced in the same adventure, have become active once more.

Technically the entire Blackmoor campaign setting takes place in the distant past, especially if you blacmkoor it in Greyhawk. I really ghe notice, and when I have not quoted text I get really confusing situations – like one guy who things someone posts I was disagreeing are mine, which is really odd.

Only a relatively small amount of original material, primarily link text, was written specifically for the First Fantasy Campaign, though all maps ogds some connected illustrations were redrawn and relettered by the Judges Guild’s Bob Bledsaw.

I’m also considering making it available in the distance past via the Comeback Inn, in which the CotG would be much different, having only recently arrived. The dark red cover was used for the reformatted later printings that used govs smaller font and fewer pages. Carry on as you please, though. There were no further direct explorations of Blackmoor, although later Mystara products continued to make reference to it.

Dragonlance Forgotten Realms Greyhawk Ravenloft. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. My group is probably never to venture up to Blackmoor.