As a content creator, I often do my best to expose my work to as many people as possible. This isn’t because I want fame or adoration, but because I hope that people with enjoy and get something out of what I create. I have always been of the opinion that if at least one person enjoys the work I produce, then it has all been worth it. That is why I am fairly active in promoting my own, and other peoples work. And if I can signal boost someone’s content, I am often game to do so.
So, when someone reached out to me the other week with a their own project, that aims to promote and expose others to fun and interesting homebrewed content for some of our favourite tabletop games, I knew I had to get the word out.
The Tabletop Campaign Repository is a 100% free community resource for collecting, organizing, and archiving homebrew tabletop gaming materials. With a focus on narrative campaigns and scenarios, it also hosts non-narrative scenarios and tournaments resources, as well as homebrew rules (for naval battles, custom theatres of war, etc). Currently, most of the content is Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40k focused, but they also have resources for other games systems such as Warhammer Fantasy Battles, Kill Team, Conquest, etc.
As well as been a resource for budding hobbyists, it also does its best to promote those who take the time to create fun scenarios for us all. Everywhere practical, they obtain permission from the authors and link to any relevant sites/podcasts/twitters/FB pages, with original download links. This means if you like the content and want to give support to the original creator you absolutely can.
Its creator, Sean Begley, was inspired to create the site after seeing some amazing narrative campaign content locked away in a private Facebook group. Not wanting to have great content locked away from the community, they set to work bringing all the different resources together for everyone to use and enjoy. Currently most of the content is focused on Games Workshop IP’s such as Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40k, but the hope is to move on to other gaming systems such as Infinity. The site is, in Sean’s own words “Powered by the community”, and he is always eager for content submissions.
I myself have been looking through the 40k resources for inspiration for our up and coming Narrative Campaign, and have come across some interesting scenarios I am keen to try out for myself. If you want to check it out for yourself, or better yet have some content you would like to submit, head over to www.tcrepo.com, and tell Sean we sent you.
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