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Campaign Ideas: 1. A group of adventurers must stop a group of cultists from summoning an ancient and powerful demon into the world.2. The players are hired by a wealthy merchant to retrieve a rare and valuable artifact from a long-abandoned temple, only to discover that the temple is haunted by the spirits of those who died trying to claim the artifact.3. A plague has swept across the land, and the players must find a cure before it consumes the entire kingdom.4. The players are hired by a group of dwarves to help them reclaim their ancestral homeland, which has been taken over by a group of orcs.5. A powerful sorceress has seized control of a kingdom, using her magic to keep the populace in line. The players must find a way to defeat her and restore freedom to the people.6. The players are recruited by a group of rebels fighting against an oppressive government, and must use their skills and wits to bring down the corrupt rulers and bring about a new era of freedom.7. A group of powerful dragons has declared war on the mortal races, and the players must find a way to stop them before it's too late.8. A long-dormant volcano has suddenly erupted, unleashing a horde of monsters that threaten to overrun the surrounding lands. The players must brave the dangers of the volcano and put a stop to the threat.

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They're all pretty standard, though number 2 seems more like an adventure than a campaign (though it could become a campaign with some improvisation and further development). I rolled a d8, got a 7, and typed in "In number 7, why did the group of powerful dragons declare war on the mortal races?" and got this response:

1. The mortal races: Depending on the setting and the nature of the conflict, it's possible that the mortal races (such as humans, dwarves, elves, etc.) may band together to resist the dragons' aggression. They may have their own armies and leaders, or they may rely on the players to help them fight back against the dragons.2. Other powerful creatures: It's possible that other powerful creatures, such as dragons of different alignments, powerful wizards, or ancient beings, may decide to resist the dragons and join the fight against them. These creatures may have their own motivations for opposing the dragons, and they may provide valuable support to the players and the mortal races in their efforts to stop the war.3. Religious or ideological groups: It's possible that certain religious or ideological groups may take up arms against the dragons, either out of a sense of duty or because they see the dragons' actions as a threat to their way of life. These groups may be willing to make great sacrifices to stop the dragons and protect their beliefs.4. Rogue adventurers: It's possible that some adventurers may decide to resist the dragons on their own, either for personal gain or because they see the dragons' actions as evil and want to do something about it. These adventurers may be lone wolves or may work in small groups, and they could provide valuable support to the players in their efforts to stop the war.

There are giants in the TTRPG industry as well as hundreds of others that post on social media on a more or less daily basis about the results they have, fear over what it all means, and in some cases very dire and seriously assertive opinion statements about how if we as a species do not crack down on, regulate, tag/identify, codify, and limit the use and growth of these tools that it will quite literally put 90%+ of the people in said industry out of a job overnight given that in less than a few minutes someone with the know-how for the tools (I'm talking TODAY) can whip out materials that would have taken a single person HURDREDS OF HOURS worth of labor in order to get something that is about 3/4s of the way toward being a very VERY solid "rough draft" for pretty much any type of writing, creative design, coding snippet/mod, bit of art, adventure, story synopsis, optimized travel/delivery/mail route, music, and just about anything else.

The tabletop campaign story settings of Dungeons & Dragons are full of magical swords and enchanted suits of armor, which raises two questions: who forges these panoplies of battle and why can't players also try their hands at crafting them? With a vivid imagination and an open-minded Dungeon Master, it's more than possible for a D&D player to create a heroic adventurer character who also happens to be a talented blacksmith, creating excellent weapons, armor, and tools both magical and mundane.

Theoretically, any Dungeons & Dragons character class can be a Blacksmith as long as they have a decent Strength score and proficiency in Smith's Tools. Dwarf characters automatically gain proficiency with Smith, Brewer, or Mason tools, while non-Dwarf characters can gain proficiency with any artisanal tool of their choice if they choose the Guild Artisan background (as mentioned earlier, membership in a blacksmithing or armorer guild is true to the real-life history of pre-modern smithing). The following 5th Edition classes and sub-classes, however, mesh particularly well with the "blacksmith takes up a life of adventure" concept.

As a player, you can choose your personal goals. You decide on your own what you prefer doing. You want to fight yourself through dungeons and collect loot? You want to build your proper house, explore the huge world or test all the dragons in creative mode? It's totally up to you!

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