Confound it. It just finally occurred to me how awesome post-apocalyptic sword & sorcery fantasy would actually be.
At least, if "post-apocalyptic sword & sorcery fantasy" means "You are a dude with a sword, or possibly a crazy wizard. You see a robot dinosaur with laser-beam eyes stomping across the blasted landscape on the horizon."
This is going to drive me crazy. Because as much fun as the hex map is, and as weird as it is, it's still very much standard D&D fantasy, with elves and forests and kings in castles. And that's cool, and I made a conscious decision to do it that way, because this if I run it at all it will probably be for a group of people who haven't played D&D before, and I'd like them to get an idea of what the baseline is.
Don't know if that's a necessary thing. It seems like a good idea, but I don't have enough direct experience in the area to know for sure.
This is the sort of thing I would normally subject to a quick poll from the group, but right now, I don't have a group.
Which brings up another point: how much is this something that I want to run at some point, and how much is it something that I'm using to kill time until I get another group together? Also, it's not like I can't keep working on the current hex map, with the intention of running it, and start on a stranger world that's more an exercise in awesome-osity.
Post a Comment