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Welcome to the Campaign Builders' Guild.

The core purpose of the guild and its membership is to offer a free and friendly community where anyone can take part in the discussion, review, and creation of homebrewed roleplay worlds and the campaigns that take place within them. We offer a welcoming atmosphere where constructive criticism and open feedback is encouraged in the hope that we might inspire each other to become better and more creative world builders. The roleplay gaming market has been flooded over time with numerous settings of all manner of theme and quality. There are times where such pre-designed games are ideal for you and your friends. We're here for all the other times. Creating a new world to call your own can be exciting, but it can also be daunting. The Campaign Builders' Guild is here to help. The membership is full of experienced roleplay gamers eager to guide you towards the goal of a polished campaign world that your players will look forward to taking part in. So what are you waiting for? There's an entire group of people waiting to meet you, all you have to do is take the plunge.


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Hey folks, I found a cool article about World-Building at Riot Games, if you're interested:
Your stuff is awesome, Diamond, and a welcome read/look here, there, and everywhere!
Wow, that's too bad Diamond (about laughter/theft). I can't imagine that happening on this site - at least I hope not.
I don't consider us your nemesis.  sad  Actually, I'm kind of intimidated by THIS site; I've wanted to post some of my game/world lore, but haven't out of fear of laughter and/or theft (it's happened to me before).
We're not rivals with the Carties, they're our friends.  

Specifically, the kind of friend who has become way more popular than you and is always hanging out with the cool kids, making you wonder sometimes if he actually likes you at all or whether he even remembers your name. sad
Go on and post your maps. That's what the place is for!
Well I've made my first map in Inkscape, rather than just using auto realms. However I want to make super maps. So I'm just curious if it's treason to go on there.
More like a friendly neighborhood part time nemesis.
Is The Cartographers Guild our mortal nemesis? Just curious.
Thank you, TMG. My orders are done, Polycarp. Next Saturday I'm going on a two week vacations, so I'll see you all next update!
[Which I have edited, because I missed your second letter.]
OK! Letters and orders posted. Including a letter for de Vinti, Pym.
I'll have orders up tomorrow, PC! Hope that's ok.
I'll have orders up tomorrow, PC! Hope that's ok.
I started with Reaper Man and have mostly only read the books centered around Death. I recommend it as another possible gateway to Discworld


No worries though.


No, I was talking in ALL CAPS like Death, since although Pratchett "got" better and better as he aged... he's gone now.
I think I would recommend Men at Arms as a starting point, maybe. It does mean joining the Watch series one book in, but really I don't think it hurts too much to read Discworld out of sequence, each novel has a fairly self-contained plot.
Oh no, I thought that you meant his Alzheimer's...


You did get the reference, right?

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