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Keeping Campaigns Organized with Kanka

Around the start of 2020 I started working on what was then a conversion of the 1st edition Advanced Dungeons & Dragons module Ruins of Adventure into 5th edition D&D. The module took place in the expansive Forgotten Realms setting originally created by Ed Greenwood in 1967 as the backdrop of his childhood stories but brought into Dungeons & Dragons two decades later. Since then countless forms of media from novels to computer games have been released using this setting, including the roleplaying game that sparked my infatuation, Pool of Radiance.
What started as a conversion slowly turned into a reimagining as I sought to, among other things, streamline story elements, play up certain themes and revise some cultural stereotypes to make them play better in current times. One huge task was, obviously, updating the city of Phlan. The city has a deep history that speaks volumes about the people who currently reside here and those that wish to take control of it, so I wanted to…

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