Hello Everyone

Level 1
Oct 2, 2007

Allow me to shortly introduce myself; I'm a 19 years old student living in Finland who has always had a passion for Role-playing Games, especially Gothic 1&2, Morrowind, games using the D&D setting and Warcraft, of course.

I used to be a member on wc3campaigns.com several years ago when wc3 was still quite a popular game. During that time, I started creating a very large WC3 RPG campaign with a world similiar to Morrowind where you are able to explore a vast world full of well-made content. However, I didn't have enough time to keep on continuing my project back then and therefore I had to stop creating it.

Now that I have much more free time and newly found motivation and a head full of ideas I'm going to start working on this project once again. However, my hard-drive with a copy of the campaign broke down a few months ago so I'll have to start from square one.

I'd like to ask one question though: Are there people interested in playing such a campaign/mod in this community? I would not enjoy using tons of time to create something which won't be used :thumbs_up:

Anyways, if _anyone_ is interested - feel free to visit www.logramoth.com when the website is up and ready to roll once again.

Level 5
Jun 5, 2007
Welcome to the hive! Your project sounds pretty interesting, and Im sorry about your hardrive. (Computers suck! :p) Heres a warm wish from a fellow hive member... And also my wishes that your project does very well. Id be happy to test it out and help out with what I can (even though Im not that good... :cry: ) It sounds like a good project.
Level 32
Oct 23, 2006
Welcome to The Hive Workshop!

Greetings Davath. Oh yeah, plenty of people are interested in RPGs. Let us know what we can do to help! The Hive includes many talented Warcraft III modders of all skill levels among its users. New members (especially friendly ones) are always welcome. Take a look around and enjoy your stay, may it be long and productive!

Some good places to start include:Searching the site using the above link always helps, you can learn a lot that way: just reading and learning is usually the best place to start, especially if one feels overwhelmed.

Likewise, the tutorials can really teach ALL of us a thing or two.

The chat room is cool: lots of people can answer questions there.
  • A few other tips that might help too:
    • Always search first! Did I already mention THAT? :grin:
    • When creating a new thread, make the title VERY specific: so the site's search engine (and we users) can easily understand just what the thread contains.
    • Post your new threads in the proper forum: read the descriptions of each one so that you know what to post there.
    • If all else fails, just send me a private message! I'll try to do whatever I can to help.