In which Chatty tackles two gaming inspirations that the city of Nantes gave him. Expect dark secrets and strange machinations!
In which Chatty posts about his recent visit to France, this time he visits Nantes many closed doors, meets awesome machines and discovers the dark secret of the French.
This past week saw the release of the Eberron Campaign Guide. While I’ve followed Eberron since its acceptance into the D&D campaign setting contest but I have yet to run or play in any kind of Eberron campaign. Some of the resistance to playing it before has been a dislike among some of my group to steampunk. While Eberron is more nuanced than simply a steampunk setting, there’s some clear resistance to the idea.
There’s a lot to like about Scarrport: City of Secrets, the new setting book from Reality Deviant Productions. What really makes it stand out to me are the rules for Steampunk-style items in your 4e game. By incorporating these kind of items, it adds a different genre to 4e, instead of just being another setting using the same D&D elements.