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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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
Okay, so I've been a member here for all of a day now, and I wondering how one levels here. I am identified as a lurker, and I would like not to be. I'm guessing that it has to do with your activity on the forums, but I'm rather shy, so I will hope that blog posts are included in this score system and write where people will only see me if they come looking.
So, the search for games. There is currently one game looking for players in West Seattle, but it looks as if the gm hasn't
After reading through Dawn of Worlds, I had to try this game. We picked up drawing pencils, a sheet of 3' by 4' paper, erasers, sharpeners, and tape to hold the paper to the table. There were 5 of us.
The first night we got comfortable with the rules, and began shaping the land. Very cool, if a bit slow going at first. By the end of the 2nd day, we had a detailed map of the world.
In short, the rules tell