Since they announced that 4th Edition was coming out, I've been debating what to do with my homebrew Audor campaign. Do I upgrade? Keep it 3.5? Update to Pathfinder? Go my own way.
My final decision is to go my own way. I will be keeping very close to 3.5 rules, but changing only what needs to be changed.
This will require writing up a new Players Handbook for my setting, and deciding what to change.
Let's start blogging.
I am not sure how I feel about flexible attribute bonuses for the new PH3 races. However, I am of the mentality, WOTC knows what they are doing a bulk of the time, so I was thinking of retrofitting some of the older races to fit this mentality.
I know the essentials line is doing this for some of the PH races, but I wanted to hear what you guys thought in terms of what I have come up with.
In terms of MM/MM2/MM3/Dragon Magazine races, I am leaving them be. As exotic
Hello and welcome to my first blog. Since I'm currently stuck being awake due to the loud drunken singing and staggering from my upstairs neighbor, I thought now was as good a time as any to begin. I've come here like we all have - to find a gaming group. I've had mostly bad luck trying to find a local game, so Pen & Paper Games seems like my last, best hope.
The gaming community here in Madison, Wisconsin is extremely cliquey. There are three brick and mortar gaming stores
Updated 08-12-2010 at 10:57 PM by Wiptag
So after my fun and exciting trip to GenCon. (To run eight slots of PFS) I am back to the grind stone about the podcast. Right now the big concern is a show title. I have a couple but they seem to be a little much: World Design 101, Campaign Genesis, etc. It will come to me though.
It was also heartening to have Rone Barton, one of the guys behind Atomic Array, give me advise and ideas to work with during GenCon.
I must admit, I am a fan of the Encounters program. Each week has gotten me more excited about coming back to the game and looking forward to more immersion into the game. We seem to have a group of regular players for our session with a regular DM. It's nice to know that you will be playing with the same people each week and have them be intelligent about how they play. Sure, sure we aren't hardcore role players per se, but we know what we are doing and we're having fun at it. More about the