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Posted by: soccerref73 on Sep 23, 2012 at 09:54:17 PM
We are very pleased to announce that the next chapter of the Epic Campaign is now available for download from livingforgottenrealms.com!
EPIC4-2 Age of Ruin
Catastrophic events have transpired during your absence, and Faerûn lies in ruins. In a world covered in darkness that even the gods have forsaken, can you provide a shred of hope to the few survivors, or will you too succumb to despair? A three-round continuous-play Living Forgotten Realms Epic Campaign adventure for 25th-level characters.
Note: This adventure is a direct sequel to EPIC4-1 Shooting the Moon. We recommend that you allow 12-15 hours of playing time in order to complete this adventure.
As always, the Epic Campaign authors and staff...
Posted by: soccerref73 on Sep 1, 2012 at 10:52:07 PM
Continuing with LFR's seven Gen Con 2012 premieres, we are pleased to present a pair of new Heroic-tier Core adventures.
CORE4-1 Eastern Carnivals
Posted by: soccerref73 on Aug 30, 2012 at 05:34:39 PM
Among the seven premiere LFR adventures at Gen Con 2012 was the Heroic-tier Infernal Ambitions trilogy set in Waterdeep. All three parts of this Major Quest are now available for download from livingforgottenrealms.com.
WATE4-1 Paying the Piper
Posted by: soccerref73 on Aug 23, 2012 at 05:53:08 AM
The Global Admins have been discussing the subject of whether, when, and how LFR adventures should retire from active play. In addition to the Community download site at livingforgottenrealms.com, Wizards of the Coast continues to maintain a large LFR Adventure Archive that contains many of the campaign's earliest adventures. At the same time, many adventures list a specific retirement date in the boilerplate text at the beginning of the adventure, and the LFR Campaign Guide also talks about the possibility of adventures retiring. It's past time for us to make a definitive ruling on this topic.
The original plan for LFR was for adventures to retire at the end of the third calendar year following the adventure's release (2008 -> 2011, 2009 -> 2012, and so forth). That's why...
Posted by: The_Jester on Aug 20, 2012 at 08:35:00 PM
I'm back from my first GenCon.
After almost a year of saving and planning and anticipation, I can now count myself among the lucky few who have wandered the halls, rolled dice, attended panels, and braved the exhibit floor. I am a GenConner.
And it was awesome.
I initially thought about doing a "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly" regarding GenCon, but I can honestly only think of a short nitpicky list of "bad" let alone "ugly". I feel fine and seem to have avoided most Con Crud, and encountered little gamer musk. While I did smell my fair share of odours, these were mild to what I've encountered on, say, public transit or at other cons. Even the low point of my trip (losing my iPod) turned out to be a false alarm (it had slid out of sight when I closed a drawer and has been recovered)....
Posted by: soccerref73 on Jun 8, 2012 at 06:31:56 PM
EDITED 09 JUNE 2012 08:30 US Eastern Time
We're doing some maintenance on the LFR website (which, to be clear, is not part of the official Wizards website or the Wizards Community website). If you get an error trying to connect to www.livingforgottenrealms.com or livingforgottenrealms.com) you can still reach the site...
Posted by: soccerref73 on Feb 15, 2012 at 10:03:57 PM
It's been a busy start to the year for the Living Forgotten Realms campaign, with all the work leading up to the Dungeons & Dragons Experience 2012 and then the excitement of the convention itself. Although there has been a lot of big news lately regarding the next iteration of D&D, for LFR it's business as usual. We remain a 4th Edition D&D campaign and have not changed anything about our plans for the rest of calendar year 2012. I'm sure we'll have more to say about "D&D Next" and its anticipated impact on Organized Play in general and LFR in particular at some point, but right now, that point is so far off that we don't even know where to look for it, so we're just focused on making LFR as it currently stands the best campaign that it possibly can be.
And what makes a...
Posted by: JohnduBois on Jan 19, 2012 at 07:18:00 AM
My guest post on Roving Band of Misfits (to be up sometime today) plus some conversations had over preparations for the D&D Experience convention next week in Fort Wayne plus a couple conversations on Twitter got me thinking about the terms we use in Organized Play, in particular the use of the word "judge" instead of "DM". When I first started playing Organized Play campaigns in 2004, I didn't think much of the difference - I was new to D&D, and was still trying to find my way around the campaigns. What I quickly realized was that the terminology used in Organized Play is inherently restrictive to the judge/DM, and either creates a mental block with regard to the judge/DM's ability to adjust on the fly or plays to the limited ability of a small subset Organized Play judges/DMs to do so....
Posted by: BRA-sembiano on Jan 8, 2012 at 09:47:27 PM
O clube RPGArautos convidam todos a participarem do nosso evento no dia 15 de Janeiro de 2012, a partir das 10 horas, no divertido e animado espaço da Ludus Luderia, a quem agradecemos imensamente pela amistosa recepção. A Ludus fica na Rua Treze de Maio, 972, em São Paulo. Os interessados deverão se inscrever pelo e-mail email@example.com . Apenas os jogadores pré-inscritos estarão dispensados do pagamento de couvert lúdico, que permite a utilização do espaço. Os demais deverão pagar um valor de normalmente R$ 20,00 para entrar na casa. Além disso, nossas vagas são limitadas!!! Aceitaremos inscrições até as 11 horas do dia 14, sábado. Ou até o...
Posted by: soccerref73 on Jan 1, 2012 at 06:28:38 PM
Happy new year from the Living Forgotten Realms campaign staff! Today we round out our trilogy of LFR adaptations of Neverwinter Campaign Setting adventures from Dungeon online, and bring a Heroic tier Major Quest from Tymanther to its thrilling conclusion.
ADAP3-3 That Which Never Sleeps
The citizens of Neverwinter are killing each other, and only you can end the insanity. A Living Forgotten Realms adapted adventure set in Neverwinter for characters levels 1-7 (but recommended for levels 1-5). This adventure is found in issue 195 of Dungeon online, part of D&D Insider. Dungeon adventures may be downloaded by subscribers from the Wizards of the Coast website.
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