Seven Days in the Duchy | a campaign weather resource

Incidentally, it turns out this is my 100th blog post.

I listened to Michael “Chgowiz” podcast on weather (link), and thought it might be useful to prepare a live 7 day forecast for some Köppen climate weather classifications.

Please see this post: https://goblinshenchman.blogspot.com/2019/11/seven-days-in-duchy.html

Screen-capture:
Here’s a sample screen capture of a 7 day forecast for a Desert Campaign:

desert.png

Premise:
The idea is that a DM can use the selected real-world forecast to be the actual weather in the DM’s campaign world. The DM need only pick a climate that best matches their campaign world and use that. Since the forecasts are live predictions, they will track real-world weather, and as such, they will be up-to-date and ‘realistic’.

So why am I using Blogger for this post? This is because I couldn’t get WordPress to run the weather scripts … my IT skills are baseline …

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InHotS the cover imageMe on DriveThruDriveThru; at the moment I’m mainly pimping my procedural High Seas ‘Hex Crawl’ – In the Heart of the Sea, and my procedural Wilderness Hex Crawl – In the Heart of the Unknown.

4 thoughts on “Seven Days in the Duchy | a campaign weather resource

  1. RedwoodRhiadra

    “Please see this post” gives a “Permission denied” error: “This blog is open to invited readers only”. Might want to make it public…

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    1. Goblin's Henchman Post author

      Hi Michael – it uses a widget from a online weather channel (your weather.co.uk). I covered all the major climates in one hemisphere. I could do the Southern Hemisphere to cover possible seasons too.

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