Age of Serpents
Unconquered Kingdoms, July 2016 CotM
Thanks Skidace! It means a lot, and I'm glad you are enjoying the campaign!
I just did some work on the landing page and put a new adventure log up. Canny 3.5ers will recognize the scenario being lifted from an old Dungeon 92, but subverted so the goblins are heroes. The players are having a blast and the "mite" puns were so great last session I had trouble picking just one for the log, lol!
~ JIM,Campaign of the Month, September 2016
Hi All - just a final reminder that the last day for August Nominations will be Wednesday 20 July 2016.
"I met a traveller from an antique land....."
CotM May 2016: Mysteria: set in Wolfgang Baur’s MIDGARD.
Previous CotM Aug 2012: Shimring: High Level Multiplanar Campaign
Inner Council Member
Going to have to give another vote for Age of Serpents. I live with Jim and the amount of work he has been putting in to this game is incredible. You need to all check out his writing. The adventure logs in particular. I know he has much much more on the back end as well.
Ok Guys Nominations for August are closed! Feel free to continue to post nominations, they will be considered for September!
Age of the Dragons - Homebrew Fantasy | Edurance of Hope - Age of Rebellion
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Gamma World 2754
After 3 years, 72 sessions and 12+ players, GW2754 is approaching it's conclusion as the surviving PCs come to grips with their ultimate enemy.
I just recently encountered cgregory's X-Com: Defiance. I'm loving it and nominate it for CotM.
Second X-Com. Great styling, that image map on the wiki page is amazing, and enormous creativity and love for the genre displayed throughout. I'm looking forward to delving more into the journals. Well done cgregory!
Glad you are enjoying it. It is the first campaign where we have tried doing multiple GMs. I'm doing the main story, and any of the players are welcome to GM a side story. Seems to be working quite well. Creating an alternate Shadowrun universe with hidden aliens manipulating mankind instead of dragons has been a blast.
They are among us!
XCom: Defiance - Campaign of the Month November 2016
I absolutely agree with this nomination as well!
Just trying to help out.
Nocturnum: Rebirth - Unisystem - Campaign of the Month, March 2017
Machinations of the Slave Lords - D&D 5
Got it Jason. It will be added to the pot for October.
With Jim_Mount's Age of Serpents now having been awarded CotM for September, remember this nomination page is now open until 20 September 2016 for any new October nominations!
This is totally not Jim_Mount voting again for X-com. This is someone else voting for X-com. If you look closely at the avatar, Gamera has a black mustache. The real Jim_Mount does not. However, we both agree that X-com deserves campaign of the month. Now, off to fight crime! Or commit them, maybe. I'm very mysterious...
Remember, any new submissions for October's CotM should be in by the 20th....
Submissions closed for October. Any new submissions will be carried over into November.
Please leave any December CotM nominatons here by 20 November to be considered for the last month of the year.
I think The Undiscovered Country is pretty awesome. Though I may be biased.
Bias is acceptable, piersb
Sorry piersb, I didn't manage to capture your entry for December. I ran out of time. Will add it in to be considered for subsequent months.
I would like to nominate God Touched (https://god-touched.obsidianportal.com) for Campaign of the Month! It is unique, and has a great feel.
I'll second that.
Whoa! That spinning newspaper thing is frickin' awesome!
Awww, thanks. :)
I also love that spinning newspaper thing. The Undiscovered Country and God-Touched have both now been added to the list for next CotM.
Please remember to nominate any campaigns to be considered for CotM January 2017 HERE by 20 December 2016.
Twiggyleaf- will the new CotM ever get updated on the campaign page? CGregory already missed all of November, and the current one has not had a day in the sun, and it is the 13th already.
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