So I have been talking with one of my gaming friends and she suggested I should start a podcast about world building for a rpg. Though the idea is interesting I am just not entirely sure what to talk about and where to start.
So we're off! Donn (my stepson's character) has found a baby rage drake which was being used for some sort of weird ritual in a catacomb outside of town. He also found his father, who looked to be in the thrall of a mysterious elvish looking bloke. He went back to town and asked the local wizard (Nimozaran the Green) what could be done for his father. The simple answer was find whoever spelled him and have them break it. Otherwise his father will be a vegetable (not a turnip as everyone kept
Updated 07-27-2010 at 09:22 AM by Malachi57
The Big, Dumb Barbarian
Conan the Barbarian (Robert E. Howard)Wulfgar (R.A. Salvatore)
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So here is what I've learned so far;
1.) My stepson is a Slayer with Power Gamer tendencies (not much on the role-playing thing)
2.) Saying he doesn't mind being railroaded through an adventure is like saying "I don't mind if you put that rack of ribs in front of me and force me to eat it."
He actually prefers that I just take care of the incidental stuff like story, plot, character development (his own included), etc....
3.) I know it's the
Hello fellow gamers!
Here's hoping this community gets me the gaming fix I need!
I will use this blog to post the adventures of my player and maybe even of my own characters from time to time. I may also post news about what conventions I visit and the games I play or run there. I may also use this Blog to post anything I'm working on for a game setting or as a custom class/race.
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