Well this coming Thursday will be the next game day for my 4e game that I am currently playing in. So I'm going to try to keep double books on HP and try out a new system for S&G.
I know that one of the main dislikes of 4e has to do with the healing surges. In a thread some months back I suggested using a an alternate to healing surges. A scheme that converts those healing surges into six hit locations. All characters have a minimum of six healing surges, and each surge is worth
The beginning of my Caves of Chaos Redux for 4e D&D. I will of course add to and refine this section as work progresses. Hopefully I should have most of it done by the end of summer.
Hells Heart is a high alpine valley surrounded on all sides by impassable cliffs. This lush, well watered valley is several miles across and contains a small fresh water lake. The lake drains out of the valley through Hells Gap, a steep narrow gorge that ends in a high waterfall.
From the boards came across the final fantasy rpg (which seems pretty darn nifty).
But if one finds it complicated, or is lazy (reading the very large source book), I am taking the initiative to find the analagous forms of what is in 4e D&D and tying it to what is found in the FFRPG.
As for races, I only focused on the races of FFX and FFXII. I think there can be a pretty straightforward translation of certain races in terms of mechanics. The fluff is the
Updated 07-28-2011 at 07:56 AM by yukonhorror
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So over the past few weeks I have had a wild hair to start playing magic again...it's been around 6 to 9 years since I last played:redface:..but with that being said, I have taken the steps to get back into the saddle and slinging the pain of a blue/black mill deck. My only problem is I feel like at this very moment I am only talking to myself, for I feel as if my words will
I've picked up another "craft" that I'd been playing with several years ago called dolling. Basically, you create a pixelized, animated image of a person and "paint" on clothes, accessories, etc. Girly, yes, but as someone lacking in artistic talents I find that dolling is a good way for me to illustrate my characters. For the most part I do adaptations and recolors of existing dolls that are of a style called Candy Bar (made in Korea). The best dollmakers I have found that provide
Updated 03-12-2009 at 04:57 PM by GoddessGood