Welcome to the Campaign!
This is Caladin’s new campaign homepage. The first thing you would want to do is read through this site. Click on the wiki tab above or click A Guide for Players. There will be links in the right sidebar that will help guild you in this campaign and throught the site. There is a lot of helpful information there.
Review of Kingdom of Kalamar
The Kingdoms of Kalamar is a campaign setting that harkens back to the days of AD&D. Kingdoms of Kalamar is also very much attuned to the 3.5 D&D (d20) system.
There will be a lot of good information and ideas in virtually every post. I find this campaign world would be a good low to mid-fantasy setting, and a great deal of fun to adventure in as a player or run as a DM.
About This Information
This information is for “Lord Caladin’s Court” and is intended for the use of players interested in playing in the world and regions of Tellene, and exclusively set for our play group. The information provided, is based on the characters, its not intended to fill in for, or owning the full versions of any one book or site. This site is always changing and being up-dated as the game advances
Much of what is posted on this site is from Kingdoms of Kalamar with a mix of standard material from Wizards of the Coast 3.5 d20 & Forgotten Realms. As DM I also found a lot of useful material that will be part of the site from Legends & Lairs and Sword & Sorcery source books.
Main Source Notes:
Wizard of the Coast
D&D, 3.5 Player’s Handbook
D&D, 3.5 Dungeon Master Guide
D&D, 3.5 Monster manual
Kenzar & Company
KoK, Player’s Guide
_ To The Sovereign Lands_
KoK, Player’s Primer
KoK Adventure, Root of All Evil
Goods And Gear:
_ The Ultimate Adventure’s Guide_
Legends & Lairs
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