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Gnomecast #140 – The Many Settings of D&D

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Join Ang, Jared, and Tomas for a discussion about their experiences and opinions of different settings for Dungeons & Dragons through the years. Can these gnomes live in enough different worlds to keep them out of the stew?

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3 Comments To "Gnomecast #140 – The Many Settings of D&D"

#1 Comment By Robin Phillips On May 11, 2022 @ 2:53 pm

I do like 7th Sea. I played in a 1st edition campaign set in Avalon, and I’m currently playing in a 2nd edition game. I’m this game, we’re pirates based in the Atabean. Both are good fun 🙂

#2 Comment By Jared Rascher On May 16, 2022 @ 11:51 pm

Our first campaign started in Avalon, but turned into a world-spanning adventure that touched on a whole bunch of different nations before it was over. Our second campaign was a monster hunting game in Eisen.

#3 Comment By griffon8 On May 15, 2022 @ 10:36 am

I’ve played and GM’ed a lot more Pathfinder of late than any D&D, but I will never know Golarian as well as I know Forgotten Realms.

Outside of D&D, my favorite setting is Traveller. There’s so much official lore that I don’t feel bad about the poor playing/reading ratio I have with that game.