So I have been trying to hold off on placing data down to my 3.5 Sandbox Campaign called Esurdia. (Yes I stole the name from Red Steel, but it worked.) The game started as a 2nd Ed. game but then it went on hiatus and then came back as a 3.5 game. It is currently on the shelf again, but I have been getting an itch to run it again. this is why I wanted to put something down digitally, just in case.
The idea for it all started with me being tired of Elf character dominating game play
Results from last night:
Githyanki psychic warrior
Poison Dusk Lizardfolk Ranger
The githyanki is of evil alignment, but the others are not fully decided yet. The players are beginning at ECL 3. I'm curious to see how their first mission unfolds.
Seriously i haven't played in almost 5 years ,man i remember when first edition was cool, course then i was in like 5th grade
i think that the rules are just getting way to complicated,seriously! theirs a damn rule for just about everything including bull rush
also nobody goes into detail anymore
i can't even give the detail i used to
i remember one time i had to describe in detail the building i had for casting babayaga's hut
you know what i did i called a bathroom
So, preparing for this weekend's adventuring. Last time, the group took off in a different direction than anticipated and i had to wing it, with some help from one of the other players who is a secondary GM as well. This time, i thought i would b ready, by now the play dictated a certain course of action. So i came up with a starting scenario to tie some loose ends together, this then turned into an excursion, which then turned into 2 excursions, which all total now i've got a full blown adventure
Its 11:15, too early in the day to deal with the comings and goings of those who know not what they speak of. Its been 10 minutes since i left the desperate housewife in a quandry about the classifications of games. I think she shed a neuron when she came up with this clarification...
'Oh, THOSE games, like monopoly!' she concluded, a sly grin of mediocre acheivement chisled to her botox-injected face.
I just nodded, fearing that anything i say at this point would just