Dungeons & Dragons Campaign Setting: Greyhawk
Group DescriptionThe campaign setting of Greyhawk was first used by Dungeons & Dragons guru Gary Gygax as early as 1972, later sharing his home group's game world Oerth (and subsequent hands-off revisions, permutations, projections and re-launches of said world by later owners of the intellectual property) with generations of RPG players. A home for many standard fantasy tropes and notably the source of many of D&D's fancifully-named author-attributed spells, the campaign setting was eclipsed in the '90s by the Forgotten Realms campaign setting and hence it has been the setting for relatively few computer and video games.
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