A few weeks ago, I decided my Adventures in Shadow campaign needed its own website. The campaign is likely—hopefully—to run for several years and it seemed prudent to build a resource to help the group get the most out of the campaign.


Previously, I’ve uploaded session summaries and suchlike to this blog, but as the PCs explore more of the city of Languard and the surrounding territory there is more and more to track. For example, a list of notable NPCs helps us keep track of who’s who and pages dedicated to specific locations around the city and megadungeon will enable the party to plan their next adventures.

So with that all in mind, I give you! 

I’ll post session summaries on the campaign site from now on, and over the next few weeks I’ll be migrating any Gloamhold-related design posts over to the site. (I won’t be porting over all the Gloamhold material from this site, though— is primarily a campaign website and adding all the article from here that actually describe Gloamhold’s various levels and sub-levels would spoil my players’ enjoyment of the game.) I’ll also be posting up my various house rules, and suchlike, on the site. 

While this site (and run on WordPress, is built through Squarespace so it’s a bit of a change for me. So if you have a minute, head-over to and have a look around. I’d love to know what you think about the site’s design and content. I’d also love to know if there are things I should be posting up that I’ve missed to date. 

Thank you—and I hope you enjoy exploring


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Creighton is the publisher at Raging Swan Press and the designer of the award winning adventure Madness at Gardmore Abbey. He has designed many critically acclaimed modules such as Retribution and Shadowed Keep on the Borderlands and worked with Wizards of the Coast, Paizo, Expeditious Retreat Press, Rite Publishing and Kobold Press.

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