Sorry, but I am way to lazy to link all of these.
I have been fortunate in the past to have somebody play an big boss type. He couldn't play in my game but wanted to make a contribution. I let him play the head of the thieves guild, I gave him information as to what I had and he ran with it.
He thought of things that I hadn't and it made a difference in the style and tenor of the campaign. I realized that he had taken some of the control of the campaign and I found it refreshing that I also had to react as the law enforcement of
I found Pen and Paper Games yesterday and signed up.
I have a modest collection of books and minis... which is nice, but what I really would like to do is start playing. Now to work up a bit of courage and send a IM or two to some of the people in my area to see if we can get a game going... Rolling for initiative!
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[B][FONT=Garamond][SIZE=3] He turns to face you, but the hood hides all of his features. "Listen well, stranger. This
From the Journals of Francis Ulysses Calvin Kyle IV:
Eldeen Reaches, City of Varna
I may have done something rash the other day.
When we returned to Varna I borrowed all my companions gold and silver. Then I hired all the burly humanoids I could. We set off with picks, shovels and some timber we reached the cave area which had a convenient small river nearby. The large stream was more than adequate to fulfill my plan. After a couple