We've got some basic dice roll macros, and they even look nice with the HTML surrounding them. Its not much fun editing them every time that your bonuses change; each new weapon, level, or whatever means you need to edit every single one of your macros to tweak the bonuses. There's a better way of dealing with that, which is what I'll be going on about here.
Lets start with a quick discussion of variables. MapTool macros allow you to save values in variables then reuse them later.
I think blog is a stupid word. It came from someone who was either very stupid or thought they were very clever about seperating "weblog" into the two word "we" and "blog". I mean really.
I'm posting this mostly to see if it garners forum experience points or something. Maybe in the future, after I've played some more games, I might have experiences or inspiring insight to share.
Ok, so i saw the bootleg preview of this and am excited but unsure at the same time. I am a huge REH fan, and Kane is one of the interesting and underdeveloped characters of Howard's collection. Unfortunately he is a flat character when we find him in Howards tales - his past is dynamic, but the current character is pretty static. So, the tale has to really carry it.
http://teaser-trailer.com/tag/solomon-kane (scroll down for interview)
From the Journals of Francis Ulysses Calvin Kyle IV:
998-999 YK, 2nd Zol of Aryth
Aundair, on the road to Passage
About midmorning the wind picked up and sent a chill down the back of our necks. It was a little early for a snow storm but one glance at the sky informed us we indeed were about to endure a snowstorm. Our ranger hastily constructed a shelter and a large fire but the storm was still felt by everyone except the warforged. Gathering firewood our
Updated 08-24-2009 at 07:23 PM by cigamnogard
Campaign: Little Lamb, Who Made Thee?
For 3-4 Players12-16 sessions, divided into 3 parts, 3-4 hrs/session1 hour for character creation
Setting: Alt-Historic, Britain during the reign of HM Queen Victoria, London and Whitecastle, Golden Age Steampunk
Themes: Gothic Occult Horror; Mystery; Spiritualism; Hermeticism; Secret Societies; The Eternal Balance
Literary Influences: Joyce Carol Oates' The Winterthurn Mysteries;
Updated 08-17-2009 at 11:17 PM by Tamburlain