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Author Topic: TwiceBorn's Midnight campaign blog  (Read 1267 times)
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« on: July 10, 2011, 07:36:47 PM »

Hi everyone,

I thought I would offer this link to my campaign blog, which is the main way I keep my players engaged between sessions. The text is essentially the same as that found on my campaign journal on the AtS forums, but supplemented with illustrations from the various Midnight books and other D&D/d20/Pathfinder sources, photographs of miniatures and scenery (using a combination of Paizo flip mats and map packs, WotC dungeon tiles, and even some 3D scenery pieces), and some real life photos of landscapes and ruins (most, but not all, taken by me).

I thought some people might get a kick out of the photos and illustrations, and that some members of the community might want to use it as a resource.

Here's the link: http://calgary-d20midnight.blogspot.com/

Players who are in a Crown of Shadows campaign, be warned, the blog likely contains many spoilers (even though our group has gone on very lengthy tangents that deviate substantially from the published adventure... yes, in sometimes very odd ways that I sometimes regret... but oh well, what's done is done).

Feedback welcome!

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