Hi, all recently I began playing an Exalted game, yeah! Well I don't really see anyone do this but I wanted to share with anyone who cares or is bored, my character. Another reason is for prospective referees and players can see how I go about making a character. Please understand I realize that Exalted is a game where everyone player characters that are awesome from the first game. Those who know me already know I don't really like most epic level games. I am some who likes the underdog, don't
Edited because my original post was full of errors as I was to excited to post and too lazy to edit. Also I find it easier now to post links so I don't have to keep coping and pasting things. Thanks for the intro please see link below.
Updated 01-08-2015 at 01:42 AM by Cassie
Cassie here I have decided to put my thoughts to paper on my favorite system as well as promote my vary own campaign for Exalted 2nd edition core rules. To follow is going to be important information for players to read if interested in playing. It also will serve as possible inspiration for others who may run such games or want some different ideas that they could possible bring into their own games.
Yes I understand that Exalted may not be the best system out there,
Monday, December 15, 2014
(After playing the original Superworld scenario “The Demon Agenda” Sunday from noon until 3 p.m. with Nissa Campbell, James Dixon, Joey Scott, Aaron Scott, Bo Lewis, James Brown, Logan Scott, and Kyle Matheson.)
Leila Souza, aka Absolem’s Riddle, had a dream on Wednesday night, Oct. 1, 2014. She found herself at the bottom of a massive set of steps that went up as far as she could see. She was facing a massive metal door with a control panel
So, one of our very own PPG members, Pruttm, has got his supers adventure, Evilution Unchained, for Champions Complete/HERO Games, up for sale on RPGNow. Most of the art used in it is mine, so I'm doubly proud for him and myself also. Since this is my personal blog here, I'm going to crow about it and say I helped go over it and provide feedback and I can personally attest he has put an unbelievable amount of time and effort into getting this "just right" and I want to do my part to help