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  1. Arclands (D&D 5E)

    20 August 2020 - 09:48 AM

    Hi All,

    Arclands - World Anvil

    Arclands is a project I've been involved with for a while - and the Spellforger's Companion (the player's handbook) arrives in two weeks. It was originally funded through Kickstarter so the project will be fulfilled at the end of the 14 days - but digital and in print proofs will be available on DriveThru RPG shortly. It contains new classes, backgrounds and most importantly a new, original magic system.

    The basis of appeal for Arclands is to cross the last frontier of customisation in D&D... and give players the ability to create their own spells and customise the magic which is returning to the world of Aestis from beyond living memory.

    For the sake of disclosure - I worked as a proof reader for the team, DM'd for the play test and will be part of the lore team going forwards later this year.

    There is a Discord channel for players to share their spell ideas and play experiences, and the idea is for to be active and communicative with players as the project moves forwards.

    We're on Twitter and some fun giveaways and things will be happening over the fortnight countdown.

    If anyone would like to hear more, Nick (the creator) was on the Dads and Dragons podcast last week talking about Arclands :)


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    01 Nov 2020 - 20:32
    happy birthday falcon girl
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    02 Nov 2018 - 10:23
    Happy birthday Hermione
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    28 Nov 2015 - 19:16
    What Hoosier said. Loved your reading sessions on Youtube. Do you still do them (I ask because I'm hoping for more)
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    07 Aug 2015 - 08:22
    Your videos on YouTube are awesome. It's always different hearing the voices in another person's tone and accent. Really enjoyed them, thanks so much!
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    17 May 2013 - 06:41
    Aww thanks very much, you know those videos only started because the Malazan fans on Tumblr dared me... then they just kept going with request haha! I should really do a new one :)
    How are you? :)
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    Studious Lock 

    17 May 2013 - 00:35
    Hey! Just popping in to say well done on the blog! Also randomly found you on youtube completely by accident. Really enjoyed the quotes vid :)
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