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Topic: Slate Q&A Thread
Subject: Dax

Update for Dax and a post should get in on Sunday. Nice start to things.

Posted on 2016-02-27 at 15:43:59.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Again
Subject: What have we here?

Jarenion entered the room with the others. This "person" in front of him worried him a great deal. Something wasn't right. This isn't what the legends suggested. Could the Lich be alive (well, alive in lich terms) and this be one of the witches? Theories raced through his mind, but none of them had more than a wisp of smoke for a basis.

He wasn't sure he had have started with the first question that was asked, but there needed to be a start somewhere. Carefully he made sure the door to the room behind them was shut and he looked to be sure this figure was actually bound. Did he have a mirror on him, just in case?

He waited for a response, keeping his eyes on everything - using the excuse of keeping an eye out for the gargoyles making another appearance for keep his eyes away from the thing in the room. He clutched his staff and waited.

Posted on 2016-02-26 at 23:44:47.

Topic: Game revival
Subject: Gelion

I will get Gelion updated this weekend.

Posted on 2016-02-26 at 23:25:51.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: Hmmmmmm

The little buggers want us, not the beach. They probably don't even come to the beach unless we are targets. The fog won't get them in their dens - and why would they go through it unless we are known to be on the other side. Which might be hard for them to know if we are on the other side of a dense fog. I'm not sure how well it works. Maybe.

If these are gibberlings we can probably stay safe behind a wall of fire - assuming we can stand the stench. And assuming they don't learn a trick or two about going around it - can they swim? can the fire extend a little out over the water so that they would have to go into water over their heads?

Maybe if Sirene could get airborn she could cast the death fog behind them, so that if they try to run away from the flames they have to escape through the fog. Didn't they eventually stop attacking into the wall of fire last time?
Who else can lob fireballs or something like that to kill as many as possible? Last time we killed several hundred, but that left many more than that alive, we need to get more this time. What a massacre, I can't say I like this plan even as I voted for it.

I don't know if it will help, but perhaps wet cloths over out mouth and nose will help with the smell of burned gibberling.

Posted on 2016-02-22 at 20:48:29.

Topic: Slate Q&A Thread
Subject: That could be cool


Posted on 2016-02-22 at 11:37:03.

Subject: Congrats

Congrats on the job. Ask your new boss if they have any good ideas . . .

That sort of thing always makes you look good. A strategic thinker and all that.

Posted on 2016-02-21 at 22:04:20.

Topic: Game revival
Subject: Gelion

I'll be bringing back Gelion, the human archer.

A samurai? That sounds interesting.

Posted on 2016-02-21 at 19:56:26.

Topic: Slate Recruitment
Subject: Wasn't sure.

I have been going back and forth - our game manager suggested the party could use either. It does seem that a rogue might be best . . . oh, the options.

Oh heck, I went with a gnome rogue. Curious little guy. Working on it - might not quite finish tonight.

Posted on 2016-02-21 at 19:08:07.
Edited on 2016-02-21 at 19:39:05 by Nomad D2

Topic: Slate Recruitment
Subject: Hmmmm....

I guess I am going to go with a spell caster of some sort. Probably a sorcerer, but 3.5 is a bit different from the last sorcerer I made, so we will see. Now I need to read and check out the point system. Sirion will be in business soon.

Posted on 2016-02-21 at 18:47:12.

Subject: Silly wizard, witches are for kids

Feeling stumped and bumping this to the top so those smarter than I can figure this out. I'm just a really high level elvish wizard, what do I know?

Posted on 2016-02-21 at 18:31:08.

Topic: Trilogy War Q/A
Subject: Vote

Lothor votes to take out the gibberlings before running off to play in the woods.

How vote the others?

Posted on 2016-02-21 at 18:27:30.

Topic: Weird War II
Subject: Now why did she have to go and do that?

Corban pulled himself up from the floor. Trust a lady with too-much makeup to ruin a good night in a haunted temple.

As he stood, shook of the pain, and adjusted himself Corban looked at the remains of the "lady." Hearing Stars words he did have to wonder about who was in charge. He doubted it was the Nazis, somehow they didn't really seem like the sort of thing that would that to a witch. Then again, maybe those were bullet holes. Hhhmmm. He didn't like the idea of Nazis in control of nasty bad magical, mythical, demonic stuff. But they kept trying. Stubborn jerks. So Yee Olde would just have to be stubborn as well.

With such thoughts on his mind he resumed his position. Watch the rear and keep a general eye and ear out for anything out of the ordinary until the boss pointed them towards the other door. At least that is where he assumed they would go. But probably not until someone had checked out that statue and the leftovers from the lady.

Posted on 2016-02-20 at 12:59:43.
Edited on 2016-02-20 at 13:03:09 by Nomad D2

Subject: A plan is needed

Ok, so we don't have personal knowledge of the place, but it was supposed to have been cleared out. Dang liches won't stay dead, you'd think they were undead or something.

But what then is this lady in front of us? A witch? I'm still thinking medusa given the pot. Or at least something that you don't want to look directly at. Do we just announce that we are outsiders - which is what the first post up seems to be doing? Or try to fool her? I really have no idea. I suppose we talk to her, but what do we ask?

just something like

"(Stupid liches name here) isn't available right now. What did he want with you? Oh, and nice pot." ???

Posted on 2016-02-20 at 12:49:38.
Edited on 2016-02-21 at 18:30:46 by Nomad D2

Topic: Slate Recruitment
Subject: Role Call

Can I get a roll-call of what each person is running at this point?

I think we have two rangers and a wizardy type.

That probably leaves me in the rogue or cleric area - I'll take the rogue unless someone else is dying for it. I just want to be sure before I put a lot of time into this little guy.

Posted on 2016-02-20 at 12:43:30.

Topic: Game revival
Subject: Gelion

I think the Crimson Falcons game you had was this system, wasn't it? I liked my character Gelion if I could bring him over. Or I can start over as well. Human archer if you don't remember.

Posted on 2016-02-19 at 17:05:50.

Topic: Slate Recruitment
Subject: Character

I'll work on a character this weekend.

I was thinking perhaps a sorcerer, but am actually open to anything. It seems we have a couple of rangers and one spell caster. Cleric is not my favorite, so I guess I'd go with a rouge if we need one. But I'll check back before I start with character generation and try to fill in the gaps.

Posted on 2016-02-19 at 17:03:06.

Topic: Chat game Recruitment/Reminders
Subject: Well

For some reason I have never been able to get the chat room to work. And no, I don't have popups blocked. I'll try the work laptop, maybe that will work. If I can get in I'd love to try it.

Posted on 2016-02-18 at 21:05:49.

Subject: Hmmmm

Thank you for the summary. I do remember that now. I suppose I could have gone back and reread the back story, but this was much easier. For me anyway. Thanks.

As for the rest of us, this is an interesting twist. I'm not overly inclined to remove that pot.

Posted on 2016-02-18 at 19:43:03.

Topic: The Trilogy War
Subject: The lack of a plan is not the same as a plan

***Entry edited to account for the voted on plan of dealing with the gibberlings first.

Lothor brought the boat in near shore. While there was light left he intended to scout the edge of the forest - could he see anything? Were the gibberling dens anywhere near? Could he tell which they had gone? He would open some dens while the light lasted if possible, but it probably wasn't.

With the others at the beach he arranged things for a siege. Those who were strong and armored would stand at the front and act as shield for whatever made it through. That much was simple. The rest was up to the spell casters.

As long as the wall of fire worked there was little danger for the group - the creatures were only dangerous in large numbers and the fire would prevent their overrunning the group. They would have an escape route to the boat if needed.

He built up a fire - not enough probably to keep the critters at bay, but enough to attract their attention - and provide some light for the group. Soon it would be time to act.

Posted on 2016-02-18 at 19:40:47.
Edited on 2016-02-26 at 23:50:42 by Nomad D2

Subject: His tomb??

But that guy isn't supposed to be alive...

Do we know this place? Didn't we clear it out once before? Or someone did? What was up with the chief resident at that time? Was he (he?) encountered at that time? Should Jarenion know anything about this person/thing?

Posted on 2016-02-18 at 19:29:27.

Topic: Weird War II Q n A
Subject: Weird

Ok, who expected weird crap in a game called "Weird War?"

Corban has no idea what to expect. I'll get something posted soon, but it will basically be along the lines of "that stunk, what the heck?, Keep watching the rear, what does the CO have us do?"

Posted on 2016-02-18 at 19:27:03.

Topic: Slate Recruitment
Subject: Count me in

I'm in on a new game if I can claim one of those last two slots.

Posted on 2016-02-18 at 19:24:02.

Subject: Snaky hair?

Ok, I haven't thought about it much yet, but a woman with a pot on her head screams "medusa" to me. Is she still lethal if the snakes are gone? Can we stick something under the pot to see if it gets bitten? Could she control that?

Posted on 2016-02-18 at 18:06:14.

Topic: The Death of the Inn?
Subject: :)

See, the site is growing already!

Start a game and I will give it a try!

Posted on 2016-02-18 at 17:58:41.

Topic: The Death of the Inn?
Subject: Hhhhmmmm

I read a bit more of the posts this time.

I don't think forum games are dead. Perhaps less popular than before as things evolve, but they have a charm of their own. Hell, as noted above, I'm involved in an active play-by-mail game. (Like galdiators? Check out a game called Duelmasters or Duel 2 -thus the D2 on the end of my name - it is still run by mail, but you can find it online.) The problem is that we have lost one group of players as their lives got busy and not replaced them with new ones. Notice that it has happened before - the original thread posting identified waves of "pillars of the community." I like Tann's idea of searching for new members.

If help is needed, let me know. I've never been a DM on this site, but I'd be willing to run a game if people would play in it. Staff? I know nothing about hosting website, but I'd do what I could. These days I might have more time than others do.

Posted on 2016-02-17 at 12:48:41.


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