It's been a busy con season, but I'll finally have the free time to organize the Campaign File HQ. I'm adding folders for non-LFR D&D 4e, and anything else anyone requests in this thread. The D&D 4e ones should be publicly available, either a physical product or for download on a publicly-available website like DrivthruRPG or RPGA. Feel free to mention the adventure and link to where it came from in this thread when you upload the cmpgn file.
I'm also instituting a new required naming convention. Please name your files in the following way BEFORE
uploading. Note that you will not
be able to rename them after uploading.
I hope that these changes and standardization in naming will help people find what they're looking for and will help the campaign files sort better in the alphabetical 4shared list.
LFR files should use this naming convention:
LFR_[level band]_[CODE][year#]-[adventure#]_[props/framework & version number]_campaign file creator.cmpgn
That way it should look like:
Note that I am removing the adventure name from the filenames. This should make room for the props/framework to be listed without the filename becoming huge.
Non-LFR D&D 4e should use this naming convention:
[tier or specific level]_[AdventureName - capitalize each word, no spaces]_[props or framwork]_[creator].cmpgn
Which should look like this:
Note that D&D 4e level bands are thus:Heroic Tier
H1 - levels 1-4
H2 - levels 4-7
H1 - levels 7-10Paragon Tier
P1 - levels 11-14
P2 - levels 14-17
P3 - levels 17-20Epic Tier
E1 - levels 21-24
E2 - levels 24-27
E3 - levels 27-30