I'd also like to see the release of an official campaign or two that assumed the use of multiple expansions. I'd happily pay a relatively small amount for a booklet (>$10 for a printed book, >$5 for a pdf) for a campaign that used materials from both the Labyrinth of Ruin and the Trollfens.
They tried that once in D1E, and it didn't go so well. In fairness, a big part of the reason it didn't go so well is because there were significant manufacturiing errors. Also, they went the "guest quest writer" route, which led to a book full of one-off quests rather than a continuous campaign series.
I certainly wouldn't mind if they tried something such as you suggest again in D2E: A full campaign using material from all expansions sold as a separate book. They could even add in a couple new LTs with a token sheet insert to help the plot along, and sell figs separately as they are for the other LTs.
After a few moments of reflection I realize that not everyone has the D1 figures/heroes so they're pool of monsters is much smaller. My point of view is sure to be in a minority.
I don't really want them to stop, but I wouldn't mind if they slowed down a little bit with the box sets. This whole two expansions per year thing is really a pain in my arse (specifically, the side where I keep my wallet.)
If anybody knows a resource I can reference that explains some of the history of this game's world, please like my comment and respond with a link to the resource. I'm actually interested in making a campaign that centers around Lord Merric, and without some history I'm not confident I can make an enjoyable one.
I suppose it's time for me to make mention of my "Runiverse Fluff" document, for whatever it's worth. A compiled document of all the fluff text I could find across all the Terrinoth games I own. You can find it in the files section over on BGG. I haven't added Labyrinth or Trollfens yet, but if you're looking for Merick, he's in there.
In a nutshell:
- Got into necromancy to raise his brother from the dead.
- Married to a vampire.
- Hobbies include maniacal laughter, fireball-hands and trying to take over the world.