Where do YOU want to adventure?

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Where do YOU want to adventure?

Wilderness (general)
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11%
Underdark
2
22%
Urban
1
11%
Aquatic/Underwater
3
33%
Space (fantasy space, not sci-fi)
1
11%
Specific terrain (jungle, desert, etc.: what?)
1
11%
Other (specify below)
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 9

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Where do YOU want to adventure?

Post by goodmangames » Fri Jan 10, 2003 1:21 pm

OK, if you could pick a fantasy place or setting for our next adventure guide, which would you pick?
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Underdark next!!!

Post by Black Knight » Wed Jan 29, 2003 8:43 am

I'd definitely want to rumble in the underdark next. Sure the drow, dwarves, and even the mind flayers and aboleths have gotten their fair bit of press, but not the setting itself.

The best I ever saw was a combination between Hollow World and Menzo. I'd love to give it a fresh new look and a horrifying feel.

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Post by goodmangames » Thu Jan 30, 2003 2:09 pm

[quote][i]Originally posted by Black Knight[/i]
I'd definitely want to rumble in the underdark next. Sure the drow, dwarves, and even the mind flayers and aboleths have gotten their fair bit of press, but not the setting itself.
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What are you, psychic? We're planning an underdark book for May!
Joseph Goodman
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Re: Where do YOU want to adventure?

Post by losloris » Thu Jul 26, 2018 8:33 am

I would totally appreciate an outdoor setting, preferably a forest or over grown area.

Losloris
who finds there are very few outdoor adventures, and, did greatly enjoy the Sunless Garden

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