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Okay so September isn’t here just yet, but we’re getting started early with another bundle of campaign background updates. Here’s what we’ve got going up this week.
Fresh Backgrounds For You!
You remember a few weeks ago when we rolled out some new backgrounds for you guys? Well guess what, there’s more where that came from! Remember each background also comes with a complimentary color scheme for you campaign so that you can just pick it and go to town. Let’s discuss this week’s batch!
We bring with heavy hearts the bad news that legendary author Jack Vance has passed away. If you’ve played D&D in some format or another you have been touched by his work, if you were unfamiliar with him we suggest reading more about his amazing life.
Also the fine folks at d20Burlesque need some help getting to cons this year, if you’d like to see one of their shows at a con you’re going to or if you just appreciate half-naked nerds consider pitching in.
It’s that time of year again folks! We need your vote for Campaign of the Year, because one of these lucky winners is going to get a giant golden trophy full of dice and other goodies!
Need to jog your memory? Check out the quick links below or just hit up these blog archives and do some research, then be sure to cast your vote at the bottom of the post here. Good luck to all of our amazing CotM’ers!
Outro: “Stande Alone” ~ LukHash
We’ve got a brand new thanksgiving themed d20Monkey comic contest for you all to enjoy, so get out there and get on those one-liners for your chance to win some awesome OP prizes. We’ve also got a fresh Campaign of the Month for November - Avatar: Conquest of the Imperial Order, be sure to check out our interview (and the campaign) when you’re done listening to the podcast! We’ve also got an interview and giveaway with Wizards of the Coast Writer/Editor Scott Fitzgerald Gray about his new collection of sword & sorcery stories A Prayer for Dead Kings and Other Tales.
Now, onto the topics!
Today we’re here with GM TolsimirWolfblood talking to him about his kick-ass campaign set in the universe of Avatar: The Last Airbender. His game, Avatar: Conquest of the Imperial Order is sure to claim the attention of all those who appreciate a great, all encompassing campaign, regardless of whether they know a thing about Avatar. His wiki is pretty spiffy too, we might add. Read on!