Blackmoor Living World campaign with AFF2 being published!

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Blackmoor Living World campaign with AFF2 being published!

Post by Nuvole! » Mon Oct 01, 2018 2:27 pm

On this website http://www.chimerae.it/ you can find Blackmoor Living World publications, with AFF2 as ruleset.
On the 1st October you can find the campaign guide http://www.chimerae.it/download/CHBLW0en.zip and the first adventure http://www.chimerae.it/download/CHBLWN1en.zip
The plan is to add a new adventure every month.
The campaign is open to any author willing to propose amateur adventures for Blackmoor Living World.
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Re: Blackmoor Living World campaign with AFF2 being published!

Post by Ruffnut » Mon Oct 01, 2018 7:11 pm

Epic! Will have to take a look sometime!
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Re: Blackmoor Living World campaign with AFF2 being published!

Post by Bifford » Mon Oct 01, 2018 8:58 pm

Crickey, someone needs to tell their webmaster we are not in the early 1990's any more......!

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Re: Blackmoor Living World campaign with AFF2 being published!

Post by SkinnyOrc » Thu Oct 04, 2018 10:15 am

This looks like an interesting project. I'm not that familiar with Blackmoor as a setting, we did do the DA module series back in the day but from what I remember just ran them in the world we were already using. I'm looking forward to reading how AFF's been tweaked to fit Blackmoor when I get a chance. More adventures are always welcome too and I see this first one has Stuart's name on it so should be a good read.
Bifford wrote:Crickey, someone needs to tell their webmaster we are not in the early 1990's any more......!
Well the presentation on the PDFs is nice anyway. I stumbled on this website a while back looking for the "Guide to Cynadicea" (a fan expansion to the old B4 module) but sadly the version there was very pretty but only in Italian.

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