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David “Antiochcow” Guyll
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+Melissa Fisher and I have a number of campaign settings in mind for Dungeons & Delvers, but we want to know if you prefer setting books to also have all of the necessary rules to play it (making them entirely self-contained, so you don't need to reference other books when prepping and playing), just the setting material, or both options and you can choose whichever you prefer.

Regardless, the book(s) would mention which classes, races, and equipment is allowed (by default, you can of course add/remove whichever ones you want anyway), changes to existing races and classes if necessary, monsters, magic items, and so on.

Asking now because we've had people mention that they would have preferred A Sundered World to have all of the Dungeon World rules. I can see the benefit of self-contained setting/game books, but also understand people might feel ripped off by effectively paying for some content twice.

If you have another idea let us know below. Ditto if you want to explain your choice, and feel free to share this with potentially interested parties, or other designers that also write campaign settings.

#dungeonsanddelvers #blackbook #appendixd
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Setting plus rules
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24%
Setting plus rules
16%
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+Melissa Fisher and I have a number of campaign settings in mind for Dungeons & Delvers, but we want to know if you prefer setting books to also have all of the necessary rules to play it (making them entirely self-contained, so you don't need to reference other books when prepping and playing), just the setting material, or both options and you can choose whichever you prefer.

Regardless, the book(s) would mention which classes, races, and equipment is allowed (by default, you can of course add/remove whichever ones you want anyway), changes to existing races and classes if necessary, monsters, magic items, and so on.

Asking now because we've had people mention that they would have preferred A Sundered World to have all of the Dungeon World rules. I can see the benefit of self-contained setting/game books, but also understand people might feel ripped off by effectively paying for some content twice.

If you have another idea let us know below. Ditto if you want to explain your choice, and feel free to share this with potentially interested parties, or other designers that also write campaign settings.

#dungeonsanddelvers #blackbook #appendixd
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Setting plus rules
Do both and let customer decide
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24%
Setting plus rules
16%
Do both and let customer decide
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+Melissa Fisher and I have a number of campaign settings in mind for Dungeons & Delvers, but we want to know if you prefer setting books to also have all of the necessary rules to play it (making them entirely self-contained, so you don't need to reference other books when prepping and playing), just the setting material, or both options and you can choose whichever you prefer.

Regardless, the book(s) would mention which classes, races, and equipment is allowed (by default, you can of course add/remove whichever ones you want anyway), changes to existing races and classes if necessary, monsters, magic items, and so on.

Asking now because we've had people mention that they would have preferred A Sundered World to have all of the Dungeon World rules. I can see the benefit of self-contained setting/game books, but also understand people might feel ripped off by effectively paying for some content twice.

If you have another idea let us know below. Ditto if you want to explain your choice, and feel free to share this with potentially interested parties, or other designers that also write campaign settings.

#dungeonsanddelvers #blackbook #appendixd
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Setting plus rules
Do both and let customer decide
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Setting plus rules
16%
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+Melissa Fisher and I have a number of campaign settings in mind for Dungeons & Delvers, but we want to know if you prefer setting books to also have all of the necessary rules to play it (making them entirely self-contained, so you don't need to reference other books when prepping and playing), just the setting material, or both options and you can choose whichever you prefer.

Regardless, the book(s) would mention which classes, races, and equipment is allowed (by default, you can of course add/remove whichever ones you want anyway), changes to existing races and classes if necessary, monsters, magic items, and so on.

Asking now because we've had people mention that they would have preferred A Sundered World to have all of the Dungeon World rules. I can see the benefit of self-contained setting/game books, but also understand people might feel ripped off by effectively paying for some content twice.

If you have another idea let us know below. Ditto if you want to explain your choice, and feel free to share this with potentially interested parties, or other designers that also write campaign settings.

#dungeonsanddelvers #blackbook #appendixd
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Setting plus rules
Do both and let customer decide
60%
Just the setting (plus tweaks)
24%
Setting plus rules
16%
Do both and let customer decide
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Some actual mimic stats for Dungeons & Delvers, plus a gruesome mimic trick.

#dungeonsanddelvers #blackbook
Dungeons & Delvers: Mimics
Dungeons & Delvers: Mimics
daegames.blogspot.com

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Norse-ish campaign setting idea after playing the latest God of War.

#dungeonsanddelvers #blackbook #appendixd

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Norse-ish campaign setting idea after playing the latest God of War.

#dungeonsanddelvers #blackbook #appendixd

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A brief look at the nomad (and how we've changed it up), a psychic class focused on moving around a bunch and bending/folding space.

#dungeonsanddragons #blackbook #appendixd

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Doing some actual art for Something Stirs in the Blackscale Brakes (colors by +Melissa Fisher).

#dungeonworld

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Some actual mimic stats for Dungeons & Delvers, plus a gruesome mimic trick.

#dungeonsanddelvers #blackbook
Dungeons & Delvers: Mimics
Dungeons & Delvers: Mimics
daegames.blogspot.com
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