The Blog Carnival is going great. As you recall, this month was about playing in established settings. Some great posts have been written so far.
Really Bad Eggs has a post about the ease and challenges of running the most established of established settings: world history!
Tower of the Archmage talks about his favorite settings: Forgotten Realms, Birthright and Ravenloft.
Over at Back to the Keep, Robert talks about his history with established settings, why he likes established settings, and how he runs Greyhawk.
My good friend Jeff from my old podcast, RPG Circus, talks about how and why to tweak an established setting.
Black Armada, a blog I hadn’t heard of, but will be following more closely now that I have heard of it, talks about how he prefers creating his own worlds over established settings, and the settings he does enjoy. Good stuff there.
Book Scorpion’s Lair has a couple of interesting established settings I’ve never heard of. Time to get researching!
Shorty Monster talks a bit about Only War. I knew an Imperial Guard RPG for Warhammer 40k was coming, but I didn’t know the details of the setting. Fascinating!
Chris at Gaming Tonic has a really extensive post, talking about player knowledge of settings, as well as talking about Fantasy Flight and Star Wars.
That’s what I’ve gotten so far! There’s still time for you to get involved and write a post! At the end of the month, I’ll be posting up all the blogs.