Campaign notebook: What I borrowed for the NaGs
While the Not-a-Gnolls campaign idea was spun out of some pretty minimal excerpts of published setting material, I borrowed a lot in the course of running it: the “file off the serial numbers, change the names, and make it yours” school of GMing. Here’s what I remember, from flipping through my campaign binder: Immediately after the… Continue reading
Campaign notebook: the origins of the Not-a-Gnolls
For about the two years before parenting started, my major D&D game (used in the generic sense for a game using Pathfinder, in this case) was the “Not-a-Gnolls”, a band thrown together by circumstance to restore the minor god Nobanion. The ultimate session was a somewhat rushed climax which, as a result, didn’t work terribly well… Continue reading
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