Recent Chat Activity (Main Lobby)
Join Chat

Loading Chat Log...

Prefer not to see ads? Become a Community Supporter.
View RSS Feed

All Blog Entries

  1. Session 12

    by , 02-24-2009 at 02:39 PM (cplmac's campaign logs & blogs)
    As we gathered for the game session, Hockerbrecht once again got to start things off by rolling both a d4 and a d6 for going up a level both as thief and as a mage. At least this time he got more than 1 point to add to his hit points. Etarnon also brought his critical hit card decks along and we decided it would be interesting to use them for both hits and misses (20s and 1s).

    After much debate, someone finally asks if the whole party is able to fit inside the boat. (I was begining ...
  2. Exalted 2e: Conversion to a Modern Setting

    Once upon a time, I had this posted up here somewheres. Since I can't find it now and will be picking the project up again shortly I figured I might as well post up what I already have. This is meant to be an alternate setting for use with the Exalted 2e core rules. White Wolf has done similar things recently, creating a boxed set detailing the golden age before the time the game is currently set in.

    The Story
    You know ...
  3. Chicagoland Gamers

    Hey everyone please be sure to join the Chicagoland Gamers Group here on Pen and Paper so we can meet more gamers in our area as well as get some more games going on for everyones enjoyment. You can post for any game area your looking for players whatever you need and so forth.
    Gaming News
  4. English for RPGs Part 05

    Id like to start this one off with a little bit of geography.
    If up is north, then:
    East is this way.
    And west is that way.
    Winds are named for the direction that they come from. An easterly wind comes from the east.


    adolescence (n) period of time between childhood and adulthood
    adolescents (n) (pl.) more than one teenager

    Adolescence was proving to be difficult for the psychic schoolgirls.

    Updated 03-07-2009 at 12:48 AM by TAROT

  5. 4E Druids

    At the last game session that I attended we welcomed a new player to the game. So I am no longer the noob. The new guy is playing a Human Druid character. I eagerly welcomed a fellow human character to the game. After all, the other members of the group are all playing elves (Grimner Oathkeeper is the DM's character / quasi NPC) of various ilk. I'm not a big fan of Elves, never have been, and I was annoyed to learn that the Forgotten Realms setting has more pointy eared bastards than a Star Trek ...

    Updated 03-09-2009 at 04:59 PM by kirksmithicus

    Tags: 4e d&d, druids Add / Edit Tags
    4e Comments and Alternate Rules