Preview: Dolmenwood Campaign Book Cover!

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As promised in the recent post where I shared a preview of the cover of the Dolmenwood Player's Book, here's a preview of the cover of the companion book—the Dolmenwood Campaign Book! Art by Ulla Thynell.

(Text not necessarily final.)

Layout of the Dolmenwood Campaign Book is under way and it's looking like it'll come in at around 300 pages. It'll be produced as an A4 hardcover at the same deluxe quality standards as the Old-School Essentials books.

This post discusses the two books in more detail.


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  • Brian on

    Looks great! Very excited!

  • Christopher Kubasik on

    Great. And thanks for the reply!

    Exactly as I thought, really. I love the fact that St. Keye’s Second Chronicle is carved into the chapel walls! Whatever info the Referee wants to distribute about [whatever] is found right there!

  • Gavin Norman on

    >How long ago did St. Keye live and die?
    >Did he travel to Dolmenwood (as St. Clewd did)?
    >Do his Chronicles relate his own lifetime or various histories of the land going back a while?

    Essentially the answer to all of those questions is: I have no idea :D Stuff like that is for each DM to fill in as needed.

  • Christopher on

    As always, this looks lovely and I am very excited about the Kickstarter.

    A few more questions for the game I have started up, if you don’t mind:

    How long ago did St. Keye live and die?
    Did he travel to Dolmenwood (as St. Clewd did)?
    Do his Chronicles relate his own lifetime or various histories of the land going back a while?

    My players will be arriving at the Refuge of St Keye this week and I am wondering what sort of information they might glean from the Chronicles on the walls. (Two of the 4 PCs are clerics.)

    I know I can do whatever I want, but curious what you were thinking. Also, I like using some information as a springboard so I end up with ideas I would not have thought of.


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