Ability to create Homebrew adventures in the Compendium

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    AmbyR

    Hi there!

    We really appreciate your feedback! I have gone ahead and passed this along to the product manager for consideration. 

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    Jordan Hitchristmas

    This is awesome!!

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    Melissa Mary Doucette

    This would be outstanding. I think it would very much foster an even stronger community on DDB. Being able to share and run campaigns from the same place would be a truly wonderful feature.

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    Dtw0917

    This would be great. I'm planning a module/campaign guide for essentially playing CBS Survivor but for D&D. It will have a guide for how to play each season's concept as well as random table for challenges and random events on the island. If I could share that when I'm finished in a more easily accessible way, that would be great!

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    Eldritchsong

    Another consideration is privately hosting thirdparty content. One of the benefits of DNDBeyond is that it collects all of my DND5E content, but with so many great things coming out of companies like Kobold Press and DMsGuild contributors, I feel like I'm back in PDF hell with all of these sources (and god, how I want everything to hyperlink to each other and come with tooltips!)

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    Scott Kuhl

    I currently use OneNote to store all my non D&D Beyond content which at this point is mostly adventures imported from PDFs.  It works well on a laptop having two applications running my game, but not so well on a tablet.  This would be a much appreciated add.

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