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27 Comments

  1. Brad Trnavsky
    September 11, 2012

    Great topic! I’ve never participated in this carnival before, but I’m going to write something on this. Thanks for sharing it on Google +!

  2. [...] month, thanks to Dice Monkey, we look at placing an RPG in an established setting. This is something I’ve done in [...]

  3. shortymonster
    September 14, 2012

    Consider it done!
    shortymonster´s last blog post ..RPG Blog Carnival: Playing in established settings.

  4. Jennifer
    September 14, 2012

    Here’s my take on this

  5. [...] next week? Anything is possible. If you’re looking for the next RPG Blog Carnival to join, check out the kickoff post for “Running Games in Established Settings” over at Dice Monk…. I’m sure there will be some intriguing responses by the end of September! On that note, why [...]

  6. [...] post was written for September Blog Carnival, hosted by Dice [...]

  7. Bonemaster
    September 20, 2012

    OK here’s my link
    Bonemaster´s last blog post ..Why Tweak an Established Setting?

  8. [...] “Running Games in Established Settings” for the September RPG Blog Carnival topic from Dice Monkey. (Chris @ Gaming Tonic has some great thoughts on this topic as [...]

  9. Black Vulmea
    September 21, 2012

    My post.

  10. David
    September 22, 2012

    Here’s my post! Good topic.
    http://towerofthearchmage.blogspot.com/2012/09/established-settings.html
    David´s last blog post ..Established Settings

  11. [...] } #bottomcontainerBox .buttons { float:left; height: 30px; margin:4px 4px 4px 4px; } The Blog Carnival is going great. As you recall, this month was about playing in established settings. Some great [...]

  12. Talysman
    September 23, 2012

    I wrote about my experiences with established settings, and what I think an established setting needs to do.

    http://9and30kingdoms.blogspot.com/2012/09/blog-carnival-established-settings.html
    Talysman´s last blog post ..Blog Carnival: Established Settings

  13. Mike Bourke
    September 24, 2012

    I’m afraid Campaign Mastery’s contribution will be a day late – but hopefully it will be worth the wait. I’ll post a comment when it’s live.

  14. Sean B
    September 25, 2012

    And here’s my take. I’m happy to participate!

  15. [...] month’s RPG Blog Carnival is over at Dice Monkey, and takes on the topic of RPG play in established [...]

  16. [...] is part of the September Blog Carnival: Running Games In Established Settings kindly hosted by Dice [...]

  17. Sean Holland
    September 28, 2012

    My contribution is here: http://wp.me/pylJj-1ei

    Glad to see the carnival going well.

  18. Lowell Francis
    September 30, 2012

    My two posts on the topic:
    Getting the Setting Right
    On Setting: Four Last Fragments
    Lowell Francis´s last blog post ..On Setting: Four Last Fragments: RPG Blog Carnival

  19. [...] The RPG Blog Carnival topic for September is established settings. This is coming in just under the wire because–in addition to being busy–I had to sort out my many, and sometimes contradictory, thoughts on the topic. So here you’ll get a broad overview of why I think people love RPGs using established settings, and why I think they’re usually a bad idea–and how to better get what you really want when you play in an established setting. [...]

  20. Mike Bourke
    October 1, 2012

    On the basis that a late entry is better than none, I offer “In Someone Else’s Sandbox” http://www.campaignmastery.com/blog/in-someone-elses-sandbox/ at Campaign Mastery.

  21. Nat Barmore
    October 1, 2012

    Huh. I posted my link comment yesterday, but it appears to have been lost? Here’s my entry: http://woodelf.wordpress.com/2012/09/30/rpg-blog-carnival-established-settings/

  22. [...] Blog Carnival went great. We had a few more entries into the carnival there at the end. Here’s the complete [...]

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