Welcome to the Northern Journey (NJ) Campaign, as run by Matthew. Many
thanks go to the Northern Journey Project Team for all their efforts over
the years in making this an absorbing and detailed campaign. In the pages
that appear on this site, I endeavour to provide a reference of "commonly
known" background information for my players (and other players of
other campaigns if they want), as well as provide a history of the game
as it unfolds.
Well, as you can tell, my web-site has a new look
again! I've decided to do away with the old stone back-ground and go
for something simpler. I do quite like the new menu system however on
the left. I may make more of an effort to keep this updated in future.
Especially with updates on the progress of the games. The most recent
update in the PbEM game is in the city of Sundabar, where the group
have donesome shopping and are currently planning how to deal with a
rumoured Pain Bringer.
I guess I don't update this front page very often. In fact, since the PBeM game moved to RPOL - this web-site as a whole hasn't been getting the attention
it should. I think perhaps I should rectify that!. Shame the blog never worked - didn't help that I forgot the password to edit it! Think I need to start
afresh on that at some point...
Woohoo! Just reached the 7th anniversary of the PBeM game! Half way through Module 2... Hmmm... With any luck, I won't die of old age before the game finishes!
I'm also using this time to do a bit of a refresh to this web-site, adding in additional maps and reorganising the structure a little bit. Thanks to Ron (aka
ex-Vaslin!) for helping me out with a bit of Java Script to display the "map path" properly on the heading of each map page. Over time I intend to
add further maps, filling some of the blank areas, and eventually, I will add in more pages for all the various towns and key locations... The Search facility
on the left is a good way to look for stuff if you don't know where to find it. Eventually, I will add in "map links" back from the various Place web
pages... that way you can search for a place, then find the map that it is on. But that may take a while so don't hold your breath!