"Iomandra and the Dragon Sea" is a 4th Edition D&D campaign that Chris Perkins runs for two different groups of players on Monday and Wednesday evenings. It combines elements of the core D&D world with a pervasive nautical theme. For details, check out the "Iomandra and the Dragon Sea" wiki.
The official group for the Living Forgotten Realms campaign. Learn about the largest shared-world D&D campaign here, access the community forums, find games, and more!
What is Living Forgotten Realms?
Living Forgotten Realms (or LFR for short) is a regionalized organized play Living campaign, and the first to utilize the new 4th Edition Dungeons & Dragons rules. Players create characters and assign them to a specific region set in the Forgotten Realms. Characters can be played in any LFR adventure that supports their levels of play, anywhere. All non-special LFR adventures will be available for play no matter where you live in the world. As your character plays adventures, it earns experience points, gold, and magic items which stay with you from game to game. There are dozens of unique adventures each year!
What Do I Need to Play?
In order to participate in the Living Forgotten Realms campaign, you’ll need the same things you’d need for any other D&D game (Player’s Handbook, dice, character sheet), plus a few other things.
You’ll need to get an RPGA/DCI number to play, as this will track your play officially. You can obtain an RPGA/DCI number when you attend your first Living Forgotten Realms event, or check out the information posted over at Customer Service (see the link below).
You’ll need to print out your first adventure log and advancement tracker. Both of those documents can be found in the RPGA Character Creation Guide, available on the Living Forgotten Realms website.
You might also want to have a copy of the Forgotten Realms Player’s Guide and have a subscription to D&D Insider. Both of these introduce tons of new options for your character! Grab a Forgotten Realms Player's Guide at your local gaming shop and sign up for D&D Insider at wizards.com/insider.
Living Forgotten Realms Adventures
Selected adventures released from 2008-2010 for the Living Forgotten Realms campaign are available in an archive zip file for use for home play and public play. Simply follow the link below and save the file to your computer.
Adventures from 2011 going forward are available via the Living Forgotten Realms download hub at
For a list of all adventures, including both current and retired adventures, please visit the LFR Adventures wiki page at
At FandomComics.com we host the Clone Wars Saga Edition Fan Sourcebook. This Mega Resource contains hundreds of NPCs, Vehicles and more for use in Saga Edition, and is the perfect companion to The Clone Wars Campaign Guide put out by WOTC (But never as a replacement!). The site also hosts Star Wars Fan Comics and a small amount of fan fiction.
A group for new DM's to meet and share tips, tricks, and suggestions on how best to run a Dungeons and Dragons game.
Share with other DM's your insight, and learn how others are playing the game.
At first, DM'ing can be hard, so why not join others on the same boat as you?
"So here's one way to get better at D&D: Take your favorite character class and build it one level at a time, gear and all, until you hit 30th level." -David Noonan
Former D&D creator David Noonan lists thus challenge in his blog:<a href="">http://nnnooner.blogspot.com/2009/12/getting-better-at-d-occasional-series.html</a>
It is an excellent exercise to create a character from first level to last, making yourself a complete expert on that class. A "brainiac" as David calls it. As such, this group's wiki will be open for such experiments. The rules are:
1.) You must use the Character Generator, all characters must have one sheet per level, printed as an .xml file and a .pdf file if possible.
2.) You may NOT use the Auto-pick function.
3.) You must either create one class form 1 to 30, or create a functioning party all at the same level. David suggests 5th and 11th levels.
4.) No 3rd party material can be used, all material must be accessible via the DDI Compendium. Furthermore, any material outside the of the core books must be listed in your description. E.g. This character uses material from Arcane Power and the Eberron Campaign Guide.
5.) You must give an explanation of your character and how to use him.
Many artists have graced the pages of Dungeons and Dragons books and magazines over the last three decades. This group serves to celebrate those artists and their contributions to our favorite game.
D&D and comics have a long history, all the way back to the clearly underground influenced "Wormy" and the naughty "What's New with Phil & Dixie" from the old Dragon days, through a range of strips in Dragon and comics from DC and other publishers, and then through webcomics including the very successful Order of the Stick. Now, IDW stands to take on a new venture in D&D comic publishing.
This group is devoted to fans of D&D comics. Whether you read the first Wormy strip when it came out or if you are eagerly awaiting IDWs work, join us. You are welcome here.