I have a concern, one I would like to share with the rest of the Citadel.
I have begun to ponder the pros and cons of the setting specific submission, in my case, the Falhath project.
The Pros are obvious, by building an interlinking set of submissions, a larger and more cohesive collection can be made, rather than a large number of stand alone submissions. NPCs can tie into plots and settings can be mated to dungeons and items. Not a bad idea all in all.
But then comes the other side. The larger the Meta-Setting becomes, the more unweildy it becomes, the more it demands the support of other material to support it. Then comes the bane of writers...apathy. Does the reader look at the new submissions and groan when they see a new Falhath submisson? does this cause them to skip over it, since using it in their own game would require a good deal of untangling to remove the idea core?
So basically my question is thus; are Established Settings (IE Falhath, Hewdamia, Arth) a good idea, or a bad idea in the citadel?