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This MediaWiki-powered website provides a place for information about various role-playing campaigns. All account holders may read, edit and add documents and files to this site, allowing the gaming group to collaborate on campaign content.

This site may be read by the public, but only account-holders may edit it. Accounts are granted by invitation only.

Campaigns

Active

Forgotten Suns is an Exalted campaign run by Wordman in Long Island.

Dissolution is an occasional D&D 3.5 Pathfinder Dungeon World game set in the Ptolus campaign setting.

Enroth is a unique rules (AD&D based) campaign conceived by Russ.

Conceptual

Byzantium a possible play-by-chat game.

The Archipelago Conundrum is a set of characters and a scenario intended to be used at conventions to teach people how to play Exalted: Second Edition.

A Vortex Campaign, attempting to make the inability of people to show up on a regular basis an asset instead of a detriment.

Project C a possible open source, system agnostic fantasy setting.

Spirit of the Æther a possible play-by-video-chat Spirt of the Century game.

Russ’s World a possible play-by-chat mode open RPG game.

Inactive

Greyhawk: a D&D2 game set in the World of Greyhawk, run by Russ.

Control: a Heroes Unlimited game set in 1970’s San Francisco, run by Russ.

Mecca: an In Nomine campaign influenced by 9/11, run by Rob

The Reavers is a gang-based Shadowrun Third Edition campaign run by Wordman.

Thorn: a long running D&D2 campaign pivoting around a chess set.

Tyrian: a mostly diceless Roman-like campaign where the players were unaware of their own stats.

Stats

Total pages by campaign Total characters per user
 Related page count
Forgotten Suns
Dissolution
Thorn Campaign
Greyhawk
Enroth
Byzantium
Mecca
Spirit of the Æther
Tyrian
Archipelago Conundrum
Reavers
Control
Vortex Campaign
Russ’s World
 Character count
Wordman13
Qaz486
Guen5
Eswoboda4
Rgulizia4
Ryoko1
Rsama1
Adam1
Jeff1
Tenshi0
Thewizard30
Natemarks0

Only pages using semantic markup are counted in these charts.

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