I write to you an infrequent poster, yet I bear happy tidings. I'm currently working on a new version of my previous campaign.
It was a long and happy series of random days when my group and I would gather for dice rolling and delving into the brightest and darkest spots of our collective imagination. We discovered an ancient elven tomb, curiously designed and crafted by dwarf-kind. Together we met a cast of strange NPCs while working our way into the disfavour of a local barony. The group made contact with a rogue people, surprisingly the elven-kind of that specific part of the world. There was slaughter, there was intrigue, and there were silly-happy times all around.
We dead-ended at the beginning of what promised to be the revelation of answers to a great deal of the mystery the group had thus far encountered. Who were the baron's people? Why were the elves really hiding in their fortified, ever-shrinking part of the greater wood? Why were the non-human authorities actively seeking to undermine the Baron Kirkfall? For whom did the Baron actually work?
Many questions were left unanswered and many mysteries remained. This time, though, I'm building up my NPC cast, greasing my GM die, bulking up my geographical design knowledge, and preparing to thrust the willing and available members of my old group back into a world wholly new yet incredibly familiar. Stay tuned for our tales as we continue to revel in our Tabletop Epics!