The many worlds of James Wyatt

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The many worlds of James Wyatt

Post by Big Mac » Wed Nov 07, 2018 12:52 pm

I mentioned Aquela in Havard's WotC says more MtG/D&D Crossovers and New D&D Worlds in the works topic. It's a campaign setting that James Wyatt put up online for free. But it isn't the only campaign setting that James Wyatt put up.

I thought I'd make a list of the old and new campaign settings that James Wyatt has made, over the years. Some of these were made for the WotC campaign setting search and some are just outlines.

CAMPAIGN SETTINGS CREATED BY JAMES WYATT:
  • Aquela - Aquatic High Fantasy
  • Night - The Horror of a Demonic Invasion
  • Imperium Romanum - A Fantasy Version of Earth, A.D. 47
  • Shield of Faith - Imperium Romanum With Christian Themes
  • Petroyeska - A Holy Empire Against Evil Hobgoblins
  • Sundered World - Two Halves of a Sundered Cosmos... Rejoined
  • Pharagos - A Battleground Caught Between Extraplanar Armies
  • Cairvonn - The Plane of Faerie Lies Close
  • The Fallen - Banished Celestials Seek a Way Home
  • Mahasarpa - A Campaign Option Web Enhancement for Oriental Adventures
  • Plane Shift: Zendikar - A D&D mini conversion of a Magic: The Gathering world
  • Plane Shift: Innistrad - A D&D mini conversion of a Magic: The Gathering world
  • Plane Shift: Kaladesh - A D&D mini conversion of a Magic: The Gathering world
  • Plane Shift: Amonkhet - A D&D mini conversion of a Magic: The Gathering world
  • Plane Shift: Ixalan - A D&D mini conversion of a Magic: The Gathering world
  • Plane Shift: Dominaria - A D&D mini conversion of a Magic: The Gathering world
USEFUL LINKS: I'm not sure how many have Piazza topics at the moment, I'm just trying to make a list.


These are all the worlds I can find for now. Does anyone know of any worlds I missed?
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Re: The many worlds of James Wyatt

Post by Angel Tarragon » Thu Nov 08, 2018 2:09 am

:cool: Great list, thanks for compiling this! :geek:

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Re: The many worlds of James Wyatt

Post by willpell » Mon Nov 12, 2018 9:15 pm

Is Petroyeska meant to sound similar to Perestroika, or is that just coincidence?

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Re: The many worlds of James Wyatt

Post by Big Mac » Mon Nov 12, 2018 11:05 pm

willpell wrote:
Mon Nov 12, 2018 9:15 pm
Is Petroyeska meant to sound similar to Perestroika, or is that just coincidence?
That's a good question.

The words certainly sound similar.

I've not read up too much on Petroyeska, yet. There isn't too much to it, but perhaps there is a clue in there somewhere.
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Re: The many worlds of James Wyatt

Post by Havard » Wed Nov 14, 2018 7:09 am

James Wyatt also contributed to the Magic of Incarnum and Defenders of the Faith (both for 3E), but I don't know if these contained settings?

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Re: The many worlds of James Wyatt

Post by willpell » Wed Nov 14, 2018 6:06 pm

Havard wrote:
Wed Nov 14, 2018 7:09 am
James Wyatt also contributed to the Magic of Incarnum and Defenders of the Faith (both for 3E), but I don't know if these contained settings?

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Magic of Incarnum has sort of an implied sub-setting which is left deliberately vague. It's meant for easy integration into the standard Greyhawk-lite setting of Wotco D&D in the 3rd Ed era, but they suggest that the Mishtai have their own little area, distant in either space or time from the rest of the setting, and the culture of the Skarns is pretty well developed, suggesting that the Mishtai and their Skarn inheritors do form a small setting of their own.

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