I lean more to the roleplay heavy side, but I also love epic boss fights
Hard to tell, but I would say this is rather a short-medium campaign
(hence my estimated 6 months length)
No sexual violence. No exceptions.
No explicit violence against children. Past trauma is alright but I don’t want to see a player abuse a child. It is a red line for me.
No blatant racism, slavery, sexism (especially from players), if you are unable to do anything about it. (Bonk/rob the guys who do it). There might be themes of that. But the thing is that it is presented as something bad, that needs to change.
‘The Raurin’ is a vast rain shadow desert locked beween ancient nations deep in 'The Hordelands’, each with their own rich history and all suffering from their own individual problems.
‘The Silk Road’, a very important trade route connecting the western continent of Faerûn and the eastern continent of Kara-Tur, goes right through this desert.
For those, who have seen the D&D movie:
we are south-east of Thay (the magocracy of the red wizards):
~ 5,500km away from the Sword Coast (that is ~ the distance from Vienna to Delhi (India))
So most local cultures here are more inspired by Ancient Egypt / Kushite Empire, Assyria, Mongol Empire, and Indus Valley Civilisation myths … than JRR Tolkeen fantasy tropes.
Dwarves, elves, halflings, goblins, gnomes, orcs and kobolds do exist as well, but most of them with their own unique history.