Although I posted this on my website, I feel like this is neat enough to reproduce as a blog post here:
So you'd really like to get a good representation of a building or room for your rpg session, to help immerse the players in their characters' situation? There are a number of ways to do that, but here I am going to tout Sweet Home 3D, a free 3d home design application, available on Windows, Mac and Linux.
Updated 01-10-2012 at 10:19 AM by jpatterson
Originally Posted by Descronan
This group has always been a great help and I'm hoping it will be once more.
As most of you know I'm writing an RPG, Sundered Epoch: Generations, with the intent of publishing it. The rules are complete and I am at the point where I am moving on to the background world and artwork. In order to continue I am looking for folks who would be willing and able to review the rules, play-test, and provide feedback.
I can't offer payment, but I will credit anyone who participates
On March 8, 2008, I ran a game to memorialize Gary Gygax. We played Advanced Dungeons and Dragons; I ran the Keep on the Borderlands. A chair was set aside for Gary at the head of the table. We toasted him with scotch after that game. The man has touched so many lives. I've only now gotten around to fixing it so it can be online.
A photo of the game table is here: http://maxwriter.deviantart.com/art/...ygax-194539194
Monday, March 10, 2008
Originally Posted by doncamp1
Are you new to role-playing? Or an old-school player for 20+ years?
Want to join an ongoing D&D Campaign? Don't have alot of time to commit to a
Dungeons and Dragons Adventures in 4E
How about a weekly game on Saturdays at noon? Players spend 60-90 minutes per week solving one encounter at a time! (The Game Keep - Lebanon Road).
Meet other local Dungeons & Dragons players for adventures
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
(After playing the Behind Enemy Lines scenario “The Jaws of the Trap” Monday in High Point with Stephen Turner, Jeff Smith, Eric Huffine, and Ken Woody from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.)
By August 1944, the Allies had broken out of Normandy, pushed the Germans back, and retaken Paris. However, the invasion had run out of steam and both sides were consolidated in central France. The Nazis were on the run but the German war machine was still strong.