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  1. My first blog post

  2. Gaming

    So I'm glad I found P&P it certainly appears to be a very good gaming resource/forum. I dunno what took me so long to look for sites like this... I was sitting at home today thinking to myself "damn I'm bored I wanna try and get a PBEM going or something to have more inspiration for my world-building..." That's what finally got me looking.

    I have been looking on other random RPG sites and community sites since yesterday. So far I've got one person possibly interested? ...

    Updated 03-15-2010 at 07:59 PM by scars_of_carma (category)

  3. Eberron Campaign: Cast of Characters

    Baronetess - warforged - swordsage
    = 14th level
    Black Tye - duergar - rogue, fighter, & paladin
    = 10th level
    Chacal - halfbreed - rogue and ranger
    = 10th level
    Lutair Hawksung - human - bard
    = 10th level
    Regar - dwarf - fighter
    = 7th level
    Ridarovin Trueblade - elf - swordsage, wizard, and now a Jade Phoenix Mage
    = 10th level
    Mount: Nidaram/Sstahn = pegasus
    Salamanthar - fire elf - wizard
    = 10th level ...

    Updated 12-11-2009 at 07:59 PM by cigamnogard

  4. Eberron Campaign: "Sanctuary"

    From the Journals of Francis Ulysses Calvin Kyle IV:
    Page #16
    998-999 YK, 2nd Far of Aryth.
    Road outside the city of Passage, in the nation of Aundair

    As we neared the city we saw a convoy moving to intercept us. We could make out a wagon and some riders. Black Tye identified the heraldry of a royal house; specifically that of Warlord Adal ir’Wynarn, Minister of Magic of Aundair.
    They hailed us and rode up to speak with Salamanthar. Why - Salamanthar? I have ...
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  5. Tempting FATE: The Force and Other Setting Considerations

    We've covered the main mechanical aspects of FATE, as they relate to Star Wars; in both the Skills and Stunts posts, we referenced the Force in one fashion or another. So now it's time to describe the Force, how it works, and so forth, within the context of FATE.

    By now, most of us geeky types understand the Force, either by casual watching of the films or a more in-depth, analytical look at the philosophies that emerge. And the arguments over the nature of the ...