New Year, Resolutions, and a Campaign Setting

So if you follow this blog you may have noticed I don’t post much. Certainly not as much as should and definitely not as much as I would like. As a result you might expect that the first blog entry of the new year would be a resolution post saying “I will write more in the coming year.”

Nope. Not gonna happen.

I am notoriously bad at keeping New Years resolutions. I will say that I will try to post more frequently here not because it’s the first of January but because I’ve been dissatisfied with the amount of content I published to this blog last year. So I’ve been thinking about how I might fix this and how I might add content. So over the next 12 months I’m planning to lay the groundwork for a new fantasy campaign world. Starting with a town or other home base for the PC and building out from there. In addition to the setting material I plan to have new class options and feats for players and new monsters and templates for GMs.

If there is something you’d like to see included leave me a note in the comments, I may just find a way to work it in.

So I guess I did just promise to write more…whoops.


One response to “New Year, Resolutions, and a Campaign Setting

  1. I’m also horrible with New Year’s Resolutions. But I’d like to write more. I think that writing “habits” are far more valuable than writing “resolutions.” So I am going to work on my writing habits rather than create specific writing goals.

    I look forward to seeing your setting come to life. When I make a setting, the first question I ask myself is, “what sets this apart from all the other settings out there?”

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