Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 Living Greyhawk
What is it?
Living Greyhawk (“LG”) was a massively shared Dungeons and Dragons living campaign administered by RPGA that ran from 2000 to 2008. The campaign setting and storyline were based on Gary Gygax’s World of Greyhawk setting, and used the Dungeons and Dragons Third Edition (later v3.5) rules. During the lifespan of the campaign, more than a thousand adventures were published, and these were played by tens of thousands of players around the world.
The hitch was you could only play in area adventures in which you, the player, were physically located at the time. So to play in The March of Bissel adventures, for example, you actually had to be in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, or Vermont.
It is my desire to resurrect this massive campaign and run it as RTG’s D&D 3.5 Living Greyhawk Reborn, doing away with the geographic limitations. We have books in the library and we can teach you how to play (it’s not that complicated)
Come learn how to play. It’s easy and might be the most fun you’ve ever had. Don’t have dice, a pencil, a character sheet? Don’t worry, we can loan you what you need to get started at our table. Feel nervous about roleplaying? Come in and talk with us at any time and we can walk you through the basics. Playing doesn’t have to be scary. That’s what the monsters are for.
What does it cost? $10 per session OR a minimum $15 purchase in the store the day of the adventure. Gift cards and lay-aways do not count but pre-paid pre-orders do. Keep in mind many events have a table cap and if you do not preregister a space is not guaranteed.
What do you get? 4+ hours of gaming entertainment/ education, 100 RTG gold for every $10 spent, +10 points for our Nobility leaderboard (this can earn you in-game benefits as well as discounts on RPG and RPG-related products
Round Table Games’ RPG Nobility leaderboard http://www.roundtablegamesma.com/rpgs
See the campaign rules here http://roundtablegames.proboards.com/board/94/living-greyhawk-reborn