Eamon Adventurer's Guild Online

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The website's front page in June 2012.

Eamon Adventurer's Guild Online is an Eamon website administered by Matthew Clark that serves both as an online repository for the resources of the Eamon Adventurer's Guild and as a source of information about the Eamon community.

Launched 1 April 2003 at earthlink.net, the site moved on 22 November 2003 to its present location at eamonag.org where it is hosted by the Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange.

Associated projects

EAG Online Blog

On 15 June 2004 Clark launched an accompanying blog at blogspot.com for sharing Eamon-related news and comments, leaving the main site largely for archives and game resources. The blog was most active from 2011 to 2013, with 46 posts in 2012 alone, but in recent years has seen only occasional updates. As of early 2020 the blog had 105 posts and 27 followers.

EAG Facebook Group

The Eamon Adventurer' Guild Online Facebook group (@EamonGuild) began on 3 April 2011 and as of early 2020 had about 100 posts, the majority of them cross-posts of items added to the blog. Artist Raquel Johnson created the group's banner artwork which was added in June 2012. The group has around 170 followers.

EAG MSN Group

An MSN Groups forum for the club began on 5 March 2003 and attracted about 50 messages across 15 threads by Clark, Fredrik Ekman, Robert Parker, and others before going defunct in late 2007; MSN Groups itself shut down in February 2009. The original site is no longer online, but snapshots are accessible at the Internet Archive.

Topic Date Originator Posts
Eamon D20 14 July 2006 MtbDM 1
Announcing Eamon #251 5 June 2005 Matthew 1
Announcing a new Eamon 2 March 2005 Matthew 1
Announcing Eamon #250 20 January 2005 Matthew 1
Tour of Eamon 7.1 10 June 2004 Matthew 1
oh my god!! 17 April 2004 Buffy_Rox_My_World 1
Announcing Eamon #249 8 April 2004 Matthew 1
New Eamons! 6 February 2004 Matthew 1
The Bookworm Eamons 10 January 2004 AleisterBlacke 8
Eamon for JAVA 1 December 2003 Matthew 1
The Eamon Website has moved! 24 November 2003 Matthew 2
Eamon web page updated 10 October 2003 Matthew 1
New eamon 16 September 2003 Matthew 9
New Eamon 5 July 2003 Dana 1
Welcome 5 March 2003 MSN Groups 1

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