The Betrayers

Medieval Demographics
Accurate world-building ahoy...

Excellent post on late Medieval demographics by S. John Ross can be found at Medieval Demographics Made Easy.

It gives accurate values for population density, population required to support different trades, castles per country etc. Excellent stuff, and all based on accurate historical information from late Medieval France, Germany, and England.

 Now I just need to check how well Skyrholm matches up!

Over-reaching Newbie
Reach for the stars...

... and you might reach the moon. Or end up looking like an idiot, standing on a ladder in the middle field ranting about NASA turning down your innovative moon mission plans. One of the two.


When you and your friends decide that you'd like to give roleplaying a go again after 10 years or so away from it, and you've never DM-ed seriously before, and you've never even played D&D before, it's probably not the right time to also design your own campaign setting.

But where's the fun in that?


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