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- I miss being in a group that role plays. Don't get me wrong - I need a combat where I show how much @ss my character can kick. But I truly enjoy developing and roleplaying a concept and I haven't been in a group like that for a while now. Also, I really want to try a Call of Cthulhu game with a DM that's good at roleplaying and up on history. Oh and Vampire the Masquerade. I haven't got to try either yet.
- My name is Jennifer and I've been a D&D nerd for about 8 years now. (I first met some people that played in college and they taught me - before that I didn't really know anything about the game at all). I've played 3.5 and 4E (love 4E's balance/mechanics, but am not sure that I am happy with the system).
In the past, I've also dabbled in the Champions System, Shadow Run, and few other things. I've read up on GURPs and BESM and I want to try Vampire the Masquerade and Call of Cthulhu, though I'm not familiar with the systems. Also, I would LOVE to be in a good D&D game with good roleplay and combat!
Oh and how much I play - that depends on my schedule for that particular week. I have a very flexible schedule, so we can work something out. I think that's about it!
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on 09-24-2009 at 09:18 AM
Last week I told my group about my two latest reading projects:
1. Everything having to do with Conan the Cimmerian
2. The Kalevala - Finland's National Epic and likely the inspiration for the Bard (only, you know, powerful) and the Nightmare in D&D.
They decided to change the setting of our potential Pathfinder game from Eberron to a mash-up of the Conan-o-verse (Hyboria) and the Kalevala-verse; I'm f***ing ecstatic!
(Note: I'm really tempted to
on 09-17-2009 at 10:19 AM
I just started Pathfinder recently (only 1 session, so no serious judgments yet) and it has brought up the same old questions surrounding Pirating (since much of Pathfinder started off as free PDFs from what I understand).
I think that all too often music, video games, and even rpg books/materials are outrageously overpriced and that in many cases it would even be logical for them to be freeware. However, how could any artist or developer afford to keep going if everyone steals?