Today our group was created here on Pen and Paper Games - the Universal Solvents! (at least until a better name comes along)
Sadly, as of last week we have lost one of our players to law school (no rules lawyer jokes come to mind, sorry).
I'm hoping that this will prove a great place to meet some new faces and that there will be many great sessions ahead of us.
I have proposed an idea to the 3 current players of the group of a "monstrous" adventure
Starting any new project is hard. Once the basic plan is in place itís just a matter of rolling up the sleeves and starting to work.
(Distraction #1, TV)
Yep, just jumping in and working from the start, eager to get started, just jumping in.
(Distraction #2, PS3, Assault on Dark Athena)
O hell. Yes, creating and adventure can be a rewarding experience, one you can share with friends and now with people you have never met and would most likely run screaming from if met in
I hate moving.
Like, a lot.
And yet, I seem to do it every other frickin' year. It's like the Olympics - just when you forget, it pops up again two years later. Argh.
This move didn't even have to happen, either; we leave California, find a nice little house within walking distance of the campus, and hope to Spongebob we'd be there til we're both done with our respective schooling.
Naturally, the owner of the house decides
Since this is my first attempt at what the outside world refers to as a 'blog', (Pardon my anachronistic nature, i don't frequent the techno-babble as much as, well, anyone.) I'll address my one passion, outside of gaming, that i've had all of my life...writing...it seems that i've come into a bit of a problem...
I've been playing RPG's in one form or another since i was 12, it started when i was introduced to a group of Grad students in town after a game of pool at the local university
Updated 06-02-2009 at 04:49 PM by Baron_Samedi
I've recently begun reading a compilation of H.P. Lovecraft's stories "of horror and the macabre" if you believe the hype on the front cover. So far I've read through 7 of the 16 presented in the book, so I thought I'd give a quick rundown of my opinions on each.
The Rats in the Walls - This story begins with the narrator describing how he hunted down the ruins of an ancestral home that is reputed to be cursed and much maligned by the locals. He, being an upstanding New England
Updated 06-02-2009 at 10:08 AM by GoddessGood