These days Earthdawn celebrates its 20th birthday. Earthdawn was introduced at GenCon 19th August 1993 and since then we saw various Earthdawn editions, many sourcebooks and several publishers which took command of the Earthdawn product line……..

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Nevertheless it is one of the few great high fantasy RPG’s out there, with a great setting, complex stories and great adventures. 20 years, where fans all over the world got connected cause they play, played, want to play or simply heard of Earthdawn where “the heroes of today are the legends of tomorrow” – King Varulus III of Throal.

Birthday present?

Well, I got there two final quizzes for you, which were created with the help of Sethariel (thx).

Final quizzes, right! I had quite a bunch of Earthdawn Quizzes on the blog now which can be found at the quiz section.

It’s been a while since the last Earthdawn quiz was published and to give this series a good ending, these last two shall take you on a small journey of 20 years of Earthdawn. Enjoy.

 

 

About a week ago Sethariel posted a nice information on the Google+ Earthdawn community about a PDF of Carsten Damm aka Dammi. The post title says it all, the PDF is an Outline for the Chronicles of War project of the former Earthdawn publisher RedBrick LLC. So what about the 18 pages outline PDF?

This document was a first draft outline for the Chronicles of War project, the proposed final book in the Earthdawn Third Edition line. The core ideas were brainstormed in a larger team, and many of the details of that brainstorming would have made it into the final book if it had made it into the development queue

It would have been the first epic campaign published by RedBrick. In my opinion the original Chronicles of War campaign wasn’t/isn’'t that good at all, but an epic campaign in general was always the thing Earthdawn needed. But today …… yes today …… things are “different”.

Chronicles of War Outline

Did some of you recently have a look at the Facebook page of Tableau Infractus? No, I just did today, since a long time…..

You might discover there a nice link to the site of Jett Cat where she provides a nice collection of Earthdawn cards.

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