Heh. Somehow I knew it would come to this. After going over my collection of pdfs and books, I realize that I have no other individual game I can write about that isn’t a D&D Campaign Setting or Exalted.
Because of that, I’m looking at perhaps one of the most common routes in running Fantasy RPGs: putting together a homebrew setting. Not that I’m saying that it’s absent in Sci-Fi games (psst, check out Zakharov’s Lost to the Stars) but I hear of it more from Fantasy campaigns.
Not that there’s anything wrong with Homebrew. In many ways, a Homebrew Campaign allows for several advantages: