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Follow my campaign planning on Obsidian Portal

Written by Expy - Published on December 9, 2007

New campaign

I set up an Obsidian Portal blog/wiki for my next D&D campaign – Demon Delver. I’ll try to build hype about the campaign during the next 6 months and will start playing it when 4E is released in June.

Feel free to check the campaign out and give it a 5 star rating!

Parallel Adventures

Some scenes from this campaign will be stand-alone side quest that I’ll include in the Parallel Adventures Project. Stay tuned for more on these parallel adventures.

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5 Responses to “Follow my campaign planning on Obsidian Portal”
  1. Dave T. Game says:

    Hey, good idea starting one early for the campaign. Are you going to put a lot of back story there? I started to use Obsidian Portal a few adventures in, but the players don’t seem to bother to check it when I put background info on there- they just want their recap and XP total.

  2. Yax says:

    Yeah. It’s mostly going to be backstory, rumors, and events so the characters have a good feel for the game when it starts.

    I’ll add a few scenes and tactical encounters in there too.

  3. Yax says:

    Some of the content will be hosted here. I’ll keep the Obsidian Portal a player resource and I’ll link to the DM stuff hosted on Dungeon Mastering.

    Anyway that’s the plan for now.

  4. Micah says:

    Getting players to join in on the blog/wiki can be tough. For our adventure write-ups, I just assign one player to take notes each session and do the write-up. Considering how much work I do as DM, I don’t think it’s too much to ask. Plus, I won’t give XP until the blog post is up, at least as a rough draft.

    Martin from Treasure Tables has a good post on how to run a campaign website: http://www.treasuretables.org/2005/07/running-a-campaign-website

    I guess the basic idea to take away is: some players love to join in, some just don’t care.

  5. Yax says:

    Thanks Micah!

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