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The others had kept busy around the area but the spot they had initially found was the only one that Tinker’s device and Edward’s nose could find anything unusual. Tera had gotten pretty bored. José didn’t find anything else of interest and so video recorded what the others were doing. He recorded Edward and Tinker. When Tinker noticed, he was not terribly happy.
“I’m going to win some kind of award for this one,” José said. “That
I had a blast at Marmalade Dog last weekend, February 6-8, 2015 at WMU in Kalamazoo.
I learned that there is an active group of AD&D players just outside the village where I live in south central Kalamazoo County, MI. They played in my Sunday session of AD&D with The Village of Hommlet.
I played in my first session of DCC on Friday night, when no one signed up for my Hommlet session. It was a load of fun.
Saturday a bunch of other GMs signed up for
Monday, February 9, 2015
(After playing the original Superworld scenario “The Gentleman Robber” Sunday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. with Logan Scott, James Brown, and Joey Scott).
Protean had been out of the limelight for the last week. He had arranged with Bob, the old vagrant who lived in the sewers not far from Edward, to store his other bodies there not far from where he lived. Both Bob and Chili Pepper had been there when he arrived with one of his bodies under his arm
Originally Posted by AzgrymnThePale
This is Rogue, CEO of Arcanum syndicate creator of Chaos 6010 A.D. and the dark fantasy RPG called Demon Gate. Demon Gate and Chaos 2nd edition are soon to be released but we are running games in Kissimmee and play testers are welcome to join in our crew. A chance to playtest new games and possibly more for those with the talent. Contact me, Rogue and check out the website for pics and more information on the Chaos Crew. Come play test 2nd edition with us and have some fun. www.arcanumsyndicate.com
Lately I've found myself fascinated by minimalist D&D rules like "Searchers of the Unknown" and its worthy successor "1974 Style". I also like the d20-only philosophy of True20 and Numenera's Only Players Roll principle. All three have collided in my brain to create the following incomplete rules:
Every character, player or NPC, has a Level, which denotes attack, defense, and miscellaneous physical prowess. PCs start at 1, as usual. Every character has the