I started playing RPG's with a copy of the red box in 1983. Horror has been my favorite genre for many years, I run a homebrew Dark Conspiracy game every chance I get. SF and Fantasy are no strangers to me.
So far, I have posted two settings. First is Attwatta Preziv and the second is The Middle Lands of Keltor (both found on Homebrew Campaign Settings). Downloads of Attwatta and Keltor continue. Thanks for checking them out and I hope you enjoy!
Attwatta Preziv is a Gamma World setting and it's very much a work in progress. I have expanded the setting to include a bit on surrounding towns, some regional history, gangs and organizations, a few new mutations, and a list of mutations compiled from other D20 games (Future and Apocalypse). I don't expect to update it much in the future as I think it has just about run its course. I have added my GM notes to the pdf as the game I was running based on Attwatta has been completed.
The Middle Lands of Keltor is a low magic, fantasy setting. I designed it for D&D 3.5 but it should work with Pathfinder as well. In fact, I doubt it would take much alteration for any version of D&D or AD&D. It includes full color maps, thousands of years of history, custom deities, cultural information, organizations, and lots of room to grow. The newest update adds new deities for the subterranean races and extensive information about fey in the Middle Land Empire and a fourth city map. As always, there will be a few typo corrections as well. I have completed my goal to map three major cities. And now I offer a fourth city map, Balashar! While I'd like to map them all, I don't see that happening in the near future. I may do more, I may not. Let me know if there is one you would like to see.
This last few months I've been getting back to my favorite genre, horror, with Little Fears. Have a look at a little setting I put together Grace Home for Lost Children an orphanage and setting for a Little Fears game.
Any questions or comments can be directed to me via email, will DOT gbn AT gmail DOT com.