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A New Greyhawk Campaign is Coming!
Posted on Sun, March 19, 2017 by LordCeb
woliver writes "

When is the last time your heard those three words put together? 

"New," "Greyhawk," and "Campaign."

Well, it’s true: A new 1st Edition AD&D Greyhawk campaign is coming and it begins on March 24, 2017 at

Just in time for spring 2017, a new 1st Edition AD&D Greyhawk campaign by The Oliver Brothers will take player characters from the far northern reaches of Blackmoor, in a small village located at the headwaters of the Fler River, all the way to the Gem of the Flanaess—Greyhawk! 

The premise is simple: the newly formed party of player characters will journey by canoe to the Free City of Greyhawk.  With their newly made dug-out canoes, the player characters will travel down the Fler River, across Lake Quag, down the mighty Velverdyva River, around the Nyr Dyv into Midbay, and finally, down the Selintan River to their final destination, Greyhawk.  Many adventures await the party along this journey of epic proportion for as Emerson once said, "Life is a journey, not a destination."

This is the Great Flanaess River Adventure, otherwise known as "Greyhawk or Bust."

The River Campaign begins on March 24, 2017 at

Download the Introduction now. 

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