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Author Topic: GM for Eberron Setting or unknown land exploration anybody? (Pathfinder/D&D 5)  (Read 524 times)

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Offline Lunar RavenTopic starter

Been having a really intense craving recently to play in the Eberron Campaign setting.

Alternatively, I've been thinking about an advanced society that survived some sort of apocalypse and have lived in a force-dome city for centuries now.  The dome has failed, allowing people to explore the new world.  Numerous small elemental airships are sent force to, of which the adventures follow a small group?

I doubt I can GM such a game, though I can possibly co-GM.

« Last Edit: August 01, 2016, 12:24:56 PM by Lunar Raven »

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I'd be up for playing in an Eberron game. Eberron is pretty much my favourite Dnd setting :).

Don't know it well enough to run it, sadly.

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Offline Sain

Been itching to try run something again, especially after I got my hands on a new bestiary of the 5th edition, but it probably wouldn't be Eberron. I do love my unexplored worlds home-brewed. I could probably use a co-GM to keep it running smooth though.
« Last Edit: August 10, 2016, 10:28:25 AM by Sain »

Offline Lunar RavenTopic starter

Co-GMing would be fine with me, as long as know what it entails.