As most DMs eventually do, I’ve started working on a homebrew setting for Dungeons & Dragons. When D&D was first created, the setting you played in wasn’t overly important or specific, as opposed to your dungeon. This is why those who run the game are called Dungeon Masters. You created a dungeon, and ran it for multiple people, adjusting and improving it each time you played. However, as the game continued, it became more than just a dungeon, but an entire world that the DM would create, and use whenever they ran a game. Player Characters that had already played in that setting would then become high-level NPCs that the new PCs could get quests from and interact with. Your setting showed what you think about your world, and fantasy specifically. You take what you like and you put it in your game.
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