Now I've bought a Print on Demand copy, I'm trying to figure out how the book works on it's own merits.
I was kind of hoping this would be a standalone campaign setting, when I bought it, but page 3 of The Evils of Haranshire says this:
There are several mentions of Priests and the text gives a Forgotten Realms, Greyhawk and Mystara option each time...but no option for anyone running Night Below as a standalone world. So it doesn't feel like a standalone world that can be adapted to Forgotten Realms, Greyhawk and Mystara. It feels like it is set up specifically for those three campaign settings.Welcome to the Grand Dungeon wrote:Night Below has been expressly written so that a DM can integrate it into any ongoing AD&D campaign whether Toril (home of the Forgotten Realms campaign), Oerth (the setting for the Greyhawk campaign), the Mystara campaign setting, or one of the DMs own creation.
I'm wondering how hard it would be to treat Night Below as a campaign setting. So I want to find any world-building details (like a mention of "a moon" rather than "one of the three moons") or the number of days in a month to give the world some unique selling points.
What have people seen that can make the "world of Haranshire" stand apart from Forgotten Realms, Greyhawk and Mystara...and be it's own thing?