Sorry for the lack of updates here recently. The Sundered Skies game is still going and I am about to post the missed adventures in rapid succession.
At the start of session 3, the crew had left the island crash-site having recovered the body of Tomas' son and learning the fate of his crew. The next day after setting sail for Gateway, the crew of the Firefly is drawn to a commotion on deck when a blinding flash of light is accompanied by a terrified scream which transforms into a
When you go to openrpg.com it redirects you to http://www.rpgobjects.com/index.php?c=orpg which I assume is the home for the software, or was at some time. It has handy downloads where you can install it. Installing using the packages here gets you the wrong version. Even if you do the patching that it suggests you end up with version 1.7.1 of OpenRPG.
That version will work, but it has some pretty major bugs with the maps. It can't seem to handle loading multiple images at a time.
Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Thoth's Blog of free rpg modules and scenarios for everyone on P&PG.
If you know of fan-based sites offering free rpg modules and scenarios, for any rpg, please list them here. Sure, you can also link your own personal material as well.
Here's Thoth's first thread entry on his 2nd blog, more are sure to follow: 83 free D&D adventures including classics like Tomb of Horrors.
Updated 06-14-2009 at 02:48 PM by Arch Lich Thoth-Amon
I've been asked to post results of play test sessions on line. Transparency is the key! I have nothing to hide, other than the embarrassing stream of consciousness format they ended up in. But, i managed to find older adventure materials too... quite a lot of zipped files with old files in old formats - even scanned notes. Ugh. Now begins the work of putting them into readable format. But its also been a good exercise in seeing how the system evolved. Not having kept good decision logs from the
Busy week. My son graduated from 1st grade this week and became a Wolf in the scouts. Spent a good week with the family and these events. My son is 7 and an only. We have a late life family here and we love it.
Seeing a person grow and learn and develop before your eyes is a moving, difficult and rewarding experience. Iím glad I have the opportunity to be a Dad. One of my number one Thanks God in my prayer list.
He is exposed to gaming; we play Lego Star Wars on the PS3. Itís one of