Are you waiting with bated breath for the next installation of the Dreadstorm Campaign?
Okay. Probably not. My audience is pretty small (read “itty bitty” … you who read my ramblings, I salute you!) and pretty non-communicative. But who am I to toss stones? I’m not big on commenting either. I hope there will be others who find bits of my imaginary world and story intriguing or inspiring. But truth be told, this is something I’m doing for myself that I want to see through to the end.
That being said, what with playing around with drawing maps and working on my current D&D game, I’m taking some time off from blogging the Dreadstorm Campaign so I can focus in those other directions for a while. When I started with the idea of putting this campaign online, I thought it would be easy. All the material is already there, right?! Nope. Not so much. It’s all that background information in my head that I never bothered writing down. That and finding that on reflection there are bits that needed some tweaking or cleaning up.
Things still to come in the Dreadstorm Campaign:
- What’s been happening in Berlstrum while the party is crawling through Berlstrum’s Belly?
- Explanation/Summation of the Plague of Orcus Ritual Spell and the escalating zombie types created at dusk each day. There is a time crunch to this adventure!
- Encounter with the demon known as The Wix and his Bargles. His job is to ensure that the spell is completed.
- Boss fight with Kazel.
- Aftermath … lingering undead and uber-undead.
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