www.Eternal-Lands.com - The official EL Website! City Generator Article (Love Letter to Ed Greenwood) This regular column is for Dungeon Masters who like to build worlds and campaigns as much as I do. Here I share my experiences as a DM through the lens of Iomandra, my Dungeons & Dragons campaign world. Even though the campaign uses the 4th Edition rules, the topics covered here often transcend editions. Hopefully this series of articles will give you inspiration, ideas, and awesome new ways to menace your players in your home campaigns. If you’re interested in learning more about the world of Iomandra, check out the wiki. O ne thing that classic fantasy stories have in common, apart from a preponderance of fantasy tropes, is an exhaustive cast of characters. I’m in the third year of my Iomandra campaign. For example, in an upcoming Eye on the Realms article, Ed introduces us to a beholder named Uldeth, whose physical form was nearly obliterated. Lessons Learned The character’s name can tell you a little something about the character and the setting. Until the next encounter!
Character Sheets from Dyslexic Studeos DnD, the Dungeons and Dragons Wiki - D&D, 3.5, Characters, and m Free Dungeons - Free RPG Adventures OpenRPG: Online Virtual Tabletop OpenRPG: Online Virtual Tabletop I've been wanting to redesin my website for some time. This new design is really only a tweak to the old design, but it has one important change: it works on both desktop and mobile devices. And it's not two different sites (as is often the case), but rather one site that adapts. If you look at this site on your smartphone, it should adapt to the smaller screen size. It's not ideal. When I saw it works, I don't mean it's flawless. Anyhow, I've been trying my best to clear my plate the last year so I can do more blogging and work on other projects. Gencon approaches and I want to continue with my gencon blogs I started last year. If you find something not working on the website due to these changes, please let me know asap (webmaster at rpgobjects.com).