(Inspired by something I read on rpg.net this morning, and seem to be unable to find again. Sigh. Crazy awesome idea, though.)
What if instead of the "traditional" D&D setting, the world operated as a MMO, in the vein of .hack. The setting would be self-aware: that is, the characters "know" they're just digital avatars; NPCs are either other "players" or limited-response AI, and the difference is obvious to the PCs (the color of their 'name' tag, maybe
So my game is on hiatus (probably permanently). Question is, do people actually read my TOEE conversion notes?
If I get comments from 3 separate readers, then I'll continue. Otherwise, no reason for me to continue if no one reads.
Updated 05-05-2010 at 01:05 PM by yukonhorror
On day two of working on the repairs to my war hammer and the arrow heads for Merrick, I noticed an odd clanging sound after I stopped working. The local smithy said that is the bell to gather towns folk to help defend Thurmaster. With the work needing to cool, I went straight to the meeting at the front gate. Of course, we have to go and try to save some fishermen that are being attacked by some giants.
We arrive just in time to see two giants preparing to leave with a human body
Life's always throwing curve balls and every time i go back to the long business plan and try and implement it, stuff gets in the way. I've found its my love and its going to get done anyway, so why not just make it available to all?
After resting, we go back to Milborne, We get there late and arrange for rooms for the night. The next day, I looked for some better armor to purchase, but there is none to be found. We then set out for Thurmaster, but have to leave Corabell at the inn. She seemed to be in some type of trance. The Barkeep was paid to take care of her until we returned. As we set out, Blintz, Rennek, Tristiana, Dengar, and Godric are nowhere to be found. Hopefully the 5 of them have set out for Thurmaster earlier