I didn't have much in the way of content, gang, instead I wanted to talk about and post a link for my campaign setting: Kyna: the Borderlands. Throughout my time as a blogger I have mentioned off-and-on about the Borderlands. In a sense, it's a game setting, in an even more nerdier sense, it is a setting of fantastical headspace for me, and, hell I'm not ashamed to say it- I actually write fiction set in the place. I don't try to turn my D&D campaigns into stories, but I use both settings as the backdrop for my fictional and gaming worlds. Big whoop, wanna fight about it?
A big thanks to Jack Shear, I know I talk about him probably too much on this blog, but I took the ideas of Poe's composition and brevity to heart when I wrote this campaign. As in, I decided to bring up the bigger details as opposed to going on endless about the world. I also like to thank Game Icons because those icons are awesome.
Anyway, jumping off that in an awkward segue. You can download a copy here. And a big thank-you in advance for reading it.