Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Bagram Campaign: Sessions 1-4 Recap

Well, the Bagram Campaign is four sessions in with another coming up this Saturday, and as you might have read recently in another blog post, the campaign will likely be utilizing the X-Men protocol in the upcoming sessions to split … Continue reading

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The Bagram Campaign: Update and The X-Men Protocol

[Happy Memorial Day from The Action Point. As a reminder of why this holiday exists, I am now updating you on the D&D game being held in the middle of a warzone in Bagram, Afghanistan. For frame of reference, a … Continue reading

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Digital Mapping: Norgaard Region

This is a “Child Map”– meaning a piece of a bigger map blown up– of the Britannis map I posted a while back. It’s done with the same style (obviously), but intended more as a “working map” as opposed to … Continue reading

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The Bagram Campaign—Characters, House Tremayne, and the Beginning

The Bagram Gaming Community, so generously supported by so many of you reading this right now, is back in full swing and several sessions into what is turning out to be an awesome campaign—and one that is going to end … Continue reading

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BGC: Campaign Info and Poster

Real quick post before the second session of the Bagram Gaming Community’s campaign tonight. Here’s the poster I designed, based off the graphic from the Wizards site: Also, check out theBagram AFB Gaming Community on Facebook!! Thus far, we’ve had … Continue reading

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