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Since archive browsing is down for the foreseeable future, I thought I would ask for seasoned AoW-ers to post links to their favorite threads from the Age of Worms board and the Campaign Journals board.
Stuff like Chris Wissel's tie-in with Alastor Land and the Wind Dukes, the original idea to have the iron balls actually be made of ceramic, the threads concerning the ramifications of thousands of wights in the Free City - if you thought it was an awesome thread and saved the link or can find it again, post it here. I'll do a bit of digging myself...
Yep. I wish there were a way that some threads could be sticky.
There have been several new DMs posting lately, so I thought I'd give this excellent compilation thread a *bump*.
We need to add some more stuff to it too. Some of those Dragotha and Kyuss discussion threads. Hmmm. I'll be back linking in a bit, when I have more time.
I'm currently looking through all of the HOHR threads, but there are so many and so many good ones, it's hard to just pick a couple. I'll try to synthesize some more.
Note: Not all of the above discussions were archived at the time of this post, so you may need to add "/archive/" in the url before the title of the thread if you're viewing this in some distant future.
Three Faces of Evil has had a lot of great "corrective" threads that have added a lot of good material to help with PC/antagonist motivations. These are a couple of my favourites...yeah I'm biased.
Hagen's Greyhawk & Cairn Hills Gazetteer
Hagen's Age of Worms/Greyhawk PC Timeline
Sand_Elf: That topic has been done to death, and doesn't really belong in a best of thread. This is a resource for DMs running the game. Also, I would think it's fairly obvious that since WotC has yanked the licence for Dragon and Dungeon if there were going to be a hard cover any time soon, Paizo would have announced it. One the mags run there course, that's all for that material from Paizo. if you want a hard cover, you'll have to ask WotC.
Wasn't there a thread talking about turning the three temples into three seperate locations? It's only a vague memory, but it stuck in my head as being a cool alternative to having to deal with the illogic of allowing the party to go one wing at a time with no involvement from the other Triad leaders.