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A New Greyhawk Campaign Release Should be set in:

591 CY, take over where published things left off.37 %37 %37 % 37.20% (157)
59X CY, or when ever LG leaves off.22 %22 %22 % 22.27% (94)
In 576 CY, go back to the classic era.21 %21 %21 % 21.09% (89)
In the 550s CY, I want to campaign with Mordy!2 %2 %2 % 2.61% (11)
650 CY, kill off the old NPCs and start fresh.6 %6 %6 % 6.40% (27)
998 CY, kill off magic and join Pluffet Smedger!0 %0 %0 % 0.71% (3)
-400 CY, I want to campaign during the migrations!4 %4 %4 % 4.27% (18)
Age of Glory, baby!3 %3 %3 % 3.55% (15)
Other, tell us why!1 %1 %1 % 1.90% (8)

Total Votes: 422


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Re: A New Greyhawk Campaign Release Should be set in: (Score: 1)
by Shalaban on Thu, October 06, 2005
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I was surprised to find that most people wanted new campaign information on eras that already have a lot of information concerning them. I would much rather have new information on an era that there is little information on, past or present. I do however prefer new material on the history that leads up to the 576 CY.


Re: A New Greyhawk Campaign Release Should be set in: (Score: 1)
by Bruendor_Cavescouter on Sun, October 09, 2005
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One thing that would be good would be a collection or synopsis of the plotlines introduced throughout the years of LG.  Though you might know what's going on in your neck of the woods, a couple of states away, war be brewing and you aren't even aware of it.  A "scholarly" discussion of the stories presented in the Cores, the Regionals, etc., would give a good idea of what's happened throughout the Flanaess, and help direct where it might go in the future.

As for my own little pipe dream, d20 Modern Greyhawk, all the way!



Re: A New Greyhawk Campaign Release Should be set in: (Score: 1)
by Wolfsire on Wed, October 12, 2005
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All of the above!  More! More! More!


Re: A New Greyhawk Campaign Release Should be set in: (Score: 1)
by NathanBrazil on Tue, October 18, 2005
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Age of Glory Baby!

I would love to see 3E/3.5 Vecna module:  The Descent of Vecna

"Your characters must save your commander Kas from being destroyed by the depredations of the Sorcerer king Vecna.
Suitable for character levels 30+.  This adventure uses materials from the Epic Level Handbook.  Tough not necessary to posess, it is suggest that possession of this book will enhance play."



Re: A New Greyhawk Campaign Release Should be set in: (Score: 1)
by IronGolem on Thu, October 27, 2005
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Awesome!  I love the idea of a supplement in the time of Pluffet Smedger.  Single products in different Greyhawk eras would be great.  FR did this, publishing boxed sets for different empires that had fallen in ages past.  We could have boxed sets on the Suel empire, Vecna's empire, the Isles of Woe, etc.... Oh, sorry, I must have drifted off for a moment.


Re: A New Greyhawk Campaign Release Should be set in: (Score: 1)
by Sirat_Fidai on Thu, November 03, 2005
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I have always dreamed of something in the age of the suel emipre at it's hight and possible downfall. I am an avid greyhawker, but i am reading up on darksun, because i believe it is a perfect setting for the current time in the sea of dust


Re: A New Greyhawk Campaign Release Should be set in: (Score: 1)
by Varthalon on Thu, February 02, 2006
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Although I voted for whenever LG leaves off (and am hoping for a nice book like the Living Greyhawk Gazetteer that updates all the nations and what has happened to them during the LG era), I also wouldn't mind a campaign set in the period of conflict between the races before the invoked devestation and rain of colorless fire.  It would be interesting to see/play in the three great empires of man and the events leading up to the migrations.



Re: A New Greyhawk Campaign Release Should be set in: (Score: 1)
by Fastjack on Thu, August 24, 2006
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What made the other worlds do so will that they starting getting  away from the stuff that has been over dune. A Explorer would a long time ago wood of traveled past the the ruins of  the suel and and other dead empires and traveled to place that get very little look at . We all now some what but they never got talked and written about buy any body in the gaming industry.
It is the lands pass the dry steppes  and the crystal myst mountians. what is beyond these. We only now little about such as what was published in Dragon magazine and and the last incarnation of chainmail minatures game. There is siad to be a orc empire, a knigdom ruled by Dragons and so on. But these things do not get publish even though the material about Greyhawk has been so overdone and that it been getting boring. I love greyhawk and it is about time to expand it. The logic is there there would of been hundreds of explorers on both sides of the the crystal myst mountians and there would been trade between the kingdoms been made a long time ago.
Will that is my Rant



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