Campaign Blogs

Ok, I'm going to jump on the bandwagon and start a blog to chronicle my GURPS campaigns. I've been keeping track of them online in various places but plan to compile them here for easy access. 

I currently run 2 different GURPS campaigns, both fantasy styled and set in the Pathfinder gameworld of Golarion in the area of Varisia. Both campaigns started off with characters in the 150 point range and have progressed well over the course of the last 2 years or so.

I plan to start with my online game and (with much help from +Arne Jamtgaard) get each of the past sessions summarized from their chat logs and continuing stories and posted up to the blog. Hopefully we will be able to post up 1 backlogged session per day. We just finished session 26 last Sunday, so it should take about a month or so to get all caught up.

Dark Paths of Riddleport
The first campaign is my every other week online game that is played by MapTool and utilizes the G+ Hangouts for OOC chatter. We play for about 3 hours every other Sunday night and then continue the story using Google Drive documents to collaboratively post between sessions. This campaign started in Riddleport, in northern Varisia, and follows a group of possible heroes in their many dealings and endeavors, first as part owners of a local gambling hall and then as keepers of a great secret! 

Wandered Roads of Varisia
This campaign is my once a month table top game group. The group initially started a good handful of years ago but took an extended hiatus. We started it back up back in August of 2011. Several new members joined the game, some of which were new to GURPS (and even RPGs) and its been a great time. This campaign focuses on a small group of heroes trying to make a name for themselves and do right by the good people of their community. The campaign, also set in Varisia, started out in the small, backwater town of Sandpoint and has progressed through the wilderness, Goblin raids, underground ruins and is now settled in the big city of Magnimar.


  1. Welcome to the bandwagon! More people blogging about their games = more awesome.

    1. Thanks! Glad I finally did this. I always keep chat logs and such, it's now just a matter of time to get them all up! And it'll make me keep better summaries for the current sessions!