This month marks the 20th anniversary of my own homebrew game setting, the "Lands of Lornn", originally called, simply, "Shadomir". The setting has seen regular detailing and revising since its initial, somewhat clumsy, beginnings. Some 24 or so 11x8 maps, of varying quality, detail the roughly Europe-sized Northern Continent where most of the action takes place. Its seen use with 3 different versions of D&D, as well as a bit of RM. Half a dozen campaigns with at least four different groups of gamers, from the Merry Riders' unfortunate acquisition of the Orb of Undeath, to the Red-Iron Company's forays beneath the Tower of the Lich-King.
To celebrate the milestone, I'll be featuring stuff from the setting all month, including original monsters statted for S&W, a couple of unique NPC classes, and some other (hopefully) interesting bits and pieces.
To set the mood, the first feature is this shortstory published some years ago, set in the homebrew, titled The Fishermans Coin. Hope you enjoy it!