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Moderated Freeform / Re: Guardians of the Citadel
« Last post by Scrasamax on Yesterday at 09:42:06 AM »
Works for me. Every party should have a wise-cracking paladin. Remember though, with great paladinhood comes great lawful-goodness and heaps of moral responsibility :P

Will be interesting to see how you meta-game that.

Legalese and convoluted rationalizing
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Moderated Freeform / Re: Guardians of the Citadel
« Last post by Murometz on Yesterday at 09:19:31 AM »
Works for me. Every party should have a wise-cracking paladin. Remember though, with great paladinhood comes great lawful-goodness and heaps of moral responsibility :P

Will be interesting to see how you meta-game that.
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Moderated Freeform / Re: Guardians of the Citadel
« Last post by Scrasamax on Yesterday at 09:12:32 AM »
I'll run the Paladin, but rather than the straight up clad in silver armor paladin, I want to run something along the lines of a leather jacket/vest wearing Han Solo/Mal Reynolds/Most interesting man in the world Paladin, possibly a Paladin of Fharlanghn, the Dweller on the Horizon.
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Therafter / Re: Therafter Out of Game Discussion
« Last post by valadaar on Yesterday at 09:11:40 AM »
Will try to get the map out tonight, though you are assuming they will send good drones after bad :)
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Therafter / Re: Old School
« Last post by Carnegie H. Roberts on Yesterday at 08:19:15 AM »
Carnegie trudged through the forest, squinting into the gloom of the early morrow. Marcus's trail wasn't exactly hard to follow. She glanced back at Asha and Anya following suit, their relationship had shifted rather quickly, from mutual suspicion to a seeming ease. They walked close together even sharing the occasional laugh. She had yet to sort her own thoughts out, all she knew was that without Luc she felt apart from this group, noone of which she knew very well, nor had they spoken much despite the time they'd spent together lately. In some strange way, she felt closer to Asha than them, mostly because she seemed an open person, just what a closed person needs. Someone to knock on the door. And yet there was these questionmarks surrounding her, and the lingering doubt if she could indeed be trusted. But, she supposed that could be said about all three of them.

Carny shook her head to clear it and thought instead of the impending ambush. She wasn't keen on meeting more of those things. She had looked through her bag and her cartridges were quickly dwindling. Not much of a hunter without a rifle...

A few minutes later they caught up with Marcus who was in the process of setting the trap.
Taking some liberties just to get things going. Apologies.
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Moderated Freeform / Re: Guardians of the Citadel
« Last post by Murometz on Yesterday at 01:10:52 AM »
Guardians of the Citadel

Dozus-Wizard
Silveressa-Wizard (or Ranger)
Valadaar-Rogue
Scrasamax-
Lady Wolfe-Ranger (or Ranger's Wolf companion)
MysticMoon-

Might need something in the neighborhood of a...Paladin, fighter, dwarf,  and/or cleric to round this out :D
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Moderated Freeform / Re: Guardians of the Citadel
« Last post by Murometz on Yesterday at 12:53:29 AM »
"Let's begin shall we? It's a rather generic fantasy world, despite its myriad surprises, so I don't have a prepared saga for you, detailing it. Let's just make characters!" The professor began his infectiously enthusiastic sing-song.

"Nothing too complicated. Let's hit all the classical notes. Wizards, fighters, clerics, and thieves, you know the drill. The quicker we get character creation out of the way, the quicker we're playing folks! Who's first? Ahh, let's see here...."Dozus"? That's an interesting name. I like it for a wizard..."

And so on, until the six friends had their characters written up and ready to go.

By now it was nine in the evening and a steady, cold drizzle persisted outside. Occasional flashes of lightning and the low grumble of thunder accompanied the rain.

The professor was quiet now, poring over the countless books, screens, notepads and magazines piled up on the table in front of him, practically hidden from view. He emerged after a few minutes and placed a gothic-looking candlestick holder in the center of the table. He then placed a long red candle inside and lit the wick with his zippo.

"Let's begin." He announced, trying to sound all sinister and dramatic.

"Your characters all know each other, having served in the same Escort Company for close to a year. You are all just starting out, and took whatever work you could get that would allow you to see the world and begin shaping your respective destinies. Now granted, it's quite uncommon for two mages to be part of an Escort Guard service, usually it's just fighters of course, but nevertheless..."

"...where was I? Oh yes, so your little escort company is currently on assignment, ehm escorting, a certain Lady Karkayla and her valuables from the town of Blackton to Coldmoat, her familial estate in the Pandathaway Hills. The week-long journey is not without its dangers. Bandits, wild animals, the usual..."

"The good news at least is that you all have horses to start the game. So, deliver Lady Karkayla, alive and well with her valuables in tow, to Coldmoat, collect the monetary fee from her, and we'll call the mission a success and I'll hand out some xp. Sound good? Barring pc casualties, I figure we could be done with this mini-scenario by tonight, and can start a new chapter tomorrow."

"Anyone have any questions"? If not, let's role-n-roll!!"

The candle gave off a cloyingly sweet scent that was difficult to describe properly.

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Therafter / Re: Asha Crescent
« Last post by Silveressa on September 29, 2014, 10:46:18 PM »
Katee Sackoff, she Stared in Battle Star Galactica, Longmire,  and the latest Riddick movie to name a few.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katee_Sackhoff
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Moderated Freeform / Guardians of the Citadel
« Last post by Murometz on September 29, 2014, 08:03:41 PM »
Everything was set.

The books, the paper, the dice, the pencils, the graph paper, the snacks!! Lots of snacks.
Valadaar paced nervously awaiting his friends whom he had not seen since graduation.  They had all spent four glorious years together in college, graduated, and then went their separate ways into the world.

This weekend was their reunion. And they were going to pick up right where they left off, role-playing!
Silveressa and Lady Wolf were driving up from Vermont together. Dozus and Scrasamax drove up together as well, being that they lived in neighboring states, and MysticMoon flew in from the west coast.

Their GM, and favorite erstwhile professor, was on his way as well, and kept texting everyone hints about the “awesome new fantasy world” he created just for this occasion.
They were going to game all weekend, non-stop!! Life was good.

Valadaar stepped outside for some air, hoping to greet some of his pals, who were due to arrive any minute. It was late September, but already a persistently chilly, auspicious wind was blowing in from the Atlantic. A storm was a' coming…

(don't post yet :P Well, you can if you want to actually, but there's more to the intro...)
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Moderated Freeform / MOVED: somesortofgame
« Last post by valadaar on September 29, 2014, 08:01:04 PM »
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