What does an "Eberron campaign" mean to you as a GM or player? What makes it distinctively Eberron for you?

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Just whipped this up for a session tonight. I needed an enemy artificer to co-lead an expedition into Xen'drik for a rival faction of House Cannith. The original write-up only had 7 hit die because I didn't want it to have crazy high-level spells (I usually try to limit NPCs to 5th level spells and lower), but he was just reading as too defensively weak. I decided to bump him up to 14 hit die without increasing his "effective caster levels", and give him plate armor and maul proficiency. In terms of earlier editions, think of him as an artficier/npc-warrior multiclass NPC.

Without further ado, the Battlesmith

https://sites.google.com/site/wayfinderdmscreen/content/monsters/npcs/battlesmith

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How's our podcasting?

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Introducing a new Eberron podcast– Manifest Zone!
Welcome to Manifest Zone, a new podcast that explores the world of Eberron, the fantasy tabletop RPG setting created by Keith Baker and published by Wizards of the Coast.

Each month, hosts +Keith Baker, +Wayne Chang, +Kristian Serrano, and Scott "+Disemvowel" W. discuss aspects of the setting and how to use them in your campaign either as a GM or player.

In our first episode, the cast introduces themselves and discusses what defines Eberron as a setting, what it has to offer GMs, and what expectations players should have.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast at https://manifest.zone. (Yes, that's the actual domain name.)

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Now on iTunes!

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Inspired by +Chalice In Chains, I've set up a listing for a Cypher system Eberron game. The details are still loose enough to be adjusted, especially time & date. Basically anything is going to be allowed as long as you can sufficiently justify it making sense in the setting.

Savage Worlds, Fate, Over the Edge... In your opinion, why does Eberron attract so many system adaptations?

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Here is a doodle, I was experimenting with a very loosed pencil sketch. I wanted to see if I could work with that when I went to the paint. I tend, especially with fantasy, to be a "bit" tighter with the pencil work.

But I was quite happy that it came out the way that it did. The face changed a bit, now looking at it, I like the angle of the pencil a little better than the finished. Although I like the paint application in the face. Ah, I'm picky.

This piece, plus 4 others, are my latest Fantasy Clip Art portfolio from LPJ Design, available here: http://lpjdesign.rpgnow.com/product/207458/Image-Portfolio-Platinum-Edition-39-Storn-Cook

The preview of the Portfolio wasn't working for a bit, but it is working now. 
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