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OMG, We’re Nominated! – 2012 ENnies (Updated)

Campaign Mastery is incredibly proud and humbled (and not a little excited-exuberant-exultant!) to learn that we are amongst the five Nominees for Best Blog at this year’s ENnies (Wikipedia Page) – (full list of nominees here). The competition will be stiff, there are many other fine blogs nominated (and even more that didn’t make the […]

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300, 550, 37, 40, 3300, 387 – Thank You!

Milestones are special. Campaign Mastery has just had two – 300,000 visitors and 550,000 page views. We want to thank each and every one of you. But even more than that, we want to thank our many readers for their loyalty; more than 37% of those visits are from returning visitors. Ten percent is usually […]

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Have WordPress, will game

WordPress has a lot going for it – that’s why we use it for Campaign Mastery! For a long time now, I’ve been thinking that it has many of the advantages of a campaign Wiki, and a few more on the side, that would make it an ideal platform for game documentation – with the […]

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I wrote the news today, Oh Boy

Something of a filler post today, with Assassin’s Amulet still occupying most of our time and attention. Sorry… The news The astute and regular reader here at Campaign Mastery will have noticed that – with the exception of one Ask-The-GMs that we had ‘in the can’, and co-authored excerpts from Assassin’s Amulet – it has […]

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October 2011 Blog Carnival: Making The Loot Part Of The Plot

Some backstory: This month’s Blog Carnival – hosted here at Campaign Mastery – is on the subject of “Making The Loot Part Of The Plot”. There’s a reason for that – Johnn & I were debating what makes the best subjects for carnivals shortly after we last hosted one. His contention was (in essence) that […]

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150K!

On Monday Feb 7, we had our 150,000 visitor! It seems like it was just last week that we hit the 100K milestone (it was actually June 2010). Johnn and I would like to thank each and every visitor. We hope that each and every one of you found something worthwhile to take away from […]

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Jolting The Status Quo

Life’s full of surprises. Some are pleasant; others challenge us, and may even seem overwhelming. Take me, for example: I’ve been living in the same rented unit for the last 20 years or so. Last week, I was sent a termination of lease by the landlord; the place needs serious renovations, and he had forewarned […]

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Oops…

Just a quick post to apologise to anyone affected by a breakdown in our RSS feed systems last week, which were the result of problems outside our control – one of our service providers upgraded their systems without notifying us. The problem has now been fixed and policies put in place which will hopefully prevent […]

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Dungeonaday.com Sponsors Campaign Mastery

I love the idea of Dungeonaday.com. I use a laptop at the game table, Personal Brain software to organize my campaign, email to organize my group, and an iPad to generate content. I’m all about digital. Yet, I still have book cases filled with beloved RPG books, box sets, modules and maps. I have a […]

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Celebrating 100,000 Hits!

Johnn and I would like to thank each and every one of the visitors to this site, especially the more than 10,000 visitors who come back here every month! We hope that you have gotten as much fun out of reading what we’ve had to say as we’ve had sharing it with you! A special […]

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100 posts and we’re just getting started!

So, this is our 100th post to CM. It’s also just a couple of weeks short of our first anniversary. It’s been a great year at CM, full of positive experiences. So Johnn and I thought we might take this chance to reminisce… Mike’s Memories It’s been a fantastic year. CM’s articles have set the […]

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Reconstructing the Campaign Mastery Blog

“We can make it better than it was before – better, stronger, faster.” (Well, 2 out of 3 ain’t bad) Well, it’s done. Almost 6½ hours of effort. That’s what it took to completely remove and replace every category and tag, and then reassign them according to a new and comprehensive scheme of organisation that […]

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