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Topic: The Death of the Inn?
Subject: One must be lost in order to be found

I'm one of those long lost souls who drifted away into the entropy of life. To tell truth, while I haven't played in anything here in many years, I have visited to use dice roller often enough.

I recognize some screen names but many are unfamiliar. It was a place to pop in for some good memories but I can't say that I have the time to commit like I did ten years ago.

I mean, we still have our facebook

Posted on 2016-02-18 at 20:25:56.

Topic: Epic Photo Caption
Subject: Epic Photo Caption

A Level 20 Bard plays "Inspire Courage".

I'd seen the photo before but this caption is epic.

Posted on 2011-10-11 at 23:05:05.

Topic: The Monster Hunters Collective - A 3.5 Audalis game looking for one more player
Subject: Cleric it is!

I suppose I should actually be a healer-type.

Posted on 2011-08-11 at 19:54:08.

Topic: The Monster Hunters Collective - A 3.5 Audalis game looking for one more player
Subject: uuuuuuuuhhhhh.....

That was a zombie moan as I resurrect myself on this place. I'm in. I think I have a 3.5e lvl 1 character prep'd. If not, it doesn't take long. In as either a fighter or cleric, depends on if the healer role is filled by Admiral or Loki.

Posted on 2011-08-11 at 18:13:09.

Topic: This is what happens....
Subject: Flavortext

*He never saw Eol coming.

Posted on 2011-03-04 at 17:52:55.

Topic: EXCITED!!!
Subject: Next time...

Next time I'm in your area Eol, I will be making an extra $250.

Posted on 2011-03-03 at 21:59:02.

Topic: 2012 Recruitment-REVIVED!
Subject: Circles

Do 6.28 aliens make a circle?

Posted on 2011-03-03 at 21:56:11.

Topic: New Homebrew Class--Martial Artist
Subject: Weapon Proficiencies

Not sure I completely agree with the total loss of all weapon proficiencies. With the wording as it is, it would include racial weapons and simple weapons.

I can see why you would penalize the use of something other than monk weapons and unarmed strikes but currently this makes cross-classing extremely prohibitive.

Perhaps a martial artist would "cap out" or receive half (or none) of their regular bonuses to other weapon proficiencies they already possess and retain simple weapons.

Eg: Lurch is a level 5 Fighter who begans training as a Stoic Fist and has gained 10 levels in the class. His previous training gives him the ability to skillfully wield Martial weapons but he is better off sticking to his own fists after many years of focus.

Lurch receives (half or none) of his BAB from the Martial Artist class in addition to his BAB from his Fighter levels when not wielding a special MA weapon or unarmed. He gains full bonuses when wielding a special MA weapon or while unarmed.

Posted on 2011-03-03 at 02:06:17.

Topic: How Did You First Find Red Dragon Inn?
Subject: Tek

I got here after a discussion about D&D with Tek in High School. First post was an unsolicited intrusion into a certain Admiral's game that took place in Bayris...

Posted on 2011-02-23 at 02:30:20.

Topic: The Black Hand - Q&A
Subject: Posted

Sorry for the really (really) late post. I've had it written (mostly) except for the last two lines and had a bit of a life-brain-stall-thing. But its in and I'm paying attn. My search starts in the market.

Posted on 2011-02-23 at 02:27:38.

Topic: The Black Hand - viewer discretion advised
Subject: Late entry.

The Narwhal was a fair-sized vessel and her captain kept a sturdy and honest crew. At least, the crew was either honest or very good thieves, for Everrin Gilsson had not found anything stolen though he had been careful of his own goods. His sleeping quarters had been the open deck or the stables below when the rains came and all his goods had been kept below decks in the cargo hold, tightly secured and bound. He had checked it an hour before a crewman had informed him of their impending arrival in Clearwater.

Evi counted himself lucky for securing passage on the Narwhal. It hadn’t been cheap but he suspected that it had saved him everything he owned and possibly his life. Other news of the drier routes to Nihzyn and Silvarum mentioned bandits, war and other crises but Evi had hoped that those tasty bits were more the bard giving intriguing flavour and entertainment to his tales of the far off lands.

Travel by sea was much less eventful than Evi had imagined it. He had spent some time on deck and some of that time was spent hunched over the rail during the first day. But, mostly, he had sat with Arrow in the small stable that kept his beast out of the weather of the sea. It was one of four modest sized stalls on the ship. Evi considered himself lucky to find a ship that still had one open given the amount of traffic going to Clearwater on account of the notices that had been posted in inns all across the port they had just left. He had seen them there and in many towns along the way to the city.

He pulled the crumpled and travel stained copy that had come from a small inn at a crossroads to the west. There had been four other copies of the parchment tacked to the board inside the door and the tavern had been empty that night, so Evi didn’t think much of taking it. Many of the travelers and crew on the Narwhal had asked him about that and it seemed that no less than five others were headed to aid the Nihzyn.

The note was scrawled in a tidy hand that had only smudged a few times in the copying. Evi read it over again before folding it and putting it in his belt pouch.

Despite taking time to pack before arriving in port, Evi was still one of the last passengers to depart. As other men came down and removed the other beasts that had made the journey, it was about fifteen minutes of adjusting and retying straps and ties on the saddle and bags before one of the sailors came down to remind him that the captain was needing the stall now that they had docked. Evi clued in and led Arrow to the open deck of the Narwhal.

The rest of the passengers had cleared the boat and a giant boom had already begun to remove heavy items from the ship. On its next pass, a horse harness was fitted to the hook and the operators eased Arrow in. The wide leather picked up the horse gently and moved it as the white of its eyes showed. Evi was only a little more comfortable with the procedure than his mount was but it was the only way of safely getting the horse from the ship down to the dock.

Evi met his horse on the dock amid a bustle of workers, sailors and passengers. Once he had calmed the horse enough to slip the leather straps from under its belly, Evi led it away from the sea and towards the dry end of the city. Once off the docks, he saw the energetic entertainer, Geppetto, calling to a small circle in the crowd as he juggled coloured balls. Evi remembered him from the journey but had paid only a little bit of attention to the gleeman. Evi also recalled him being amongst the groups talking about Nihzyn and the Silvarum run.

The hawkers’ cries changed slowly from fish, ale and women to smithwork, dry goods, ale and women. Evi had seen it all before a few times since he had left home but this was still a new experience. He drank in the new sights as the colorful city neighborhoods merged with each other as seamlessly as the plains became the mountains.

Sometimes Evi would glimpse a dockworker or sailor wandering amongst the merchant shops or smiths, evident by the salt lines in their skin and clothing. After about an hour of meandering through the streets, he entered a market square. He couldn’t be sure if it was the same one he had seen earlier or another but he did remember that he had to find a merchant of the name Dobb Hesselwhite…

Evi sought out the nearest general goods merchant. He guessed that Hesselwhite would move general goods; the easiest things to find were often the most sought after in times of scarcity and would be guaranteed to make a profit and perhaps a fellow goods merchant would know of him.

Once he approached the table, Evi asked: “Dobb Hesselwhite. I’ve heard he is in the city. I require an audience. Where can I find him?”

((Leave the Narwhal and proceed to market. Question merchant to find Hesselwhite.))

Posted on 2011-02-22 at 22:31:35.

Topic: The Black Hand - Q&A
Subject: Me too

I'm the same. Will post Mon Morning.

Posted on 2011-01-23 at 06:02:40.

Topic: Does Size Matter?
Subject: Can't remember...2nd.. ed....

Doesn't the giant and halfling take racial penalties/bonuses to strength at least? In that way, some size is taken into account already.

Posted on 2011-01-18 at 20:10:07.

Topic: need true-blue WoW advice
Subject: Duel?

Nothing is balanced to duelling 1v1 in WoW (no market) except same spec. I'd go with an 85 warrior (tauren or orc to be sure) or a hunter/lock if you're really good with CC. Some PvP spec'd shamans can go 1v1 with a warrior but it depends on their specs and gear.

But what do I know? I quit.

Posted on 2011-01-18 at 05:54:28.

Topic: The Black Hand - Q&A
Subject: Actually

I'm pretty sure I mean to Go for the Eyes.

Posted on 2011-01-17 at 23:40:14.

Topic: The Black Hand - Q&A
Subject: PSHAW

I have an int bonus. It's called punch-to-the-face.

Posted on 2011-01-17 at 21:09:28.

Topic: The Black Hand - Q&A
Subject: Lol

Will Tek listen to Master of Puppets while writing every post?

Posted on 2011-01-16 at 06:47:45.

Topic: the allys must fall!
Subject: ok

I'm ok with this ranking system.

Posted on 2011-01-16 at 06:43:41.

Topic: Class of 2010
Subject: Woop woop

I'm clawing my way back. It's been so long. 7 years already? I know didn't show up much in the last 18 months but its all been a blur to me, anyways.


Posted on 2011-01-15 at 03:40:10.

Topic: baby name
Subject: Oooh!

I vote for Ba2Mn6Si8O20(OH,F)4.


Posted on 2011-01-12 at 01:12:36.

Topic: baby name
Subject: More like...

Unisex is the best way to put it. Mer is right. Consider it a complement.

I'm totally going to give my friends' unborn children codenames.

Posted on 2011-01-07 at 16:14:32.

Topic: baby name
Subject: Grugg is right...

Grugg is a fairly unisex name. That should be the baby's codename before it is born, like movies and secret projects.

Baby 5: Codename Grugg.

Posted on 2011-01-07 at 05:27:43.

Topic: The Search for Tomorrow Q/A
Subject: Lurking this

I started lurking this and am enjoying it. Hopefully it keeps.

I dunno what Tek's talking about with ordinary action. Anything he does is definitely NOT ordinary.

Posted on 2010-12-31 at 07:00:55.

Topic: Welcome to our newest Innmate!
Subject: CELLMATES... I mean... INNMATES

Congratulations! That's friggin' great!

Posted on 2010-12-10 at 04:22:28.

Subject: Cool

Congratulations, sir!

Posted on 2010-08-19 at 13:13:52.

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