I feel that, in line with Suis challenge above that I should possibly bring something up that is on everyone's mind.
MorK has now been inactive for 4 days, I suggest that to keep the game moving that if a player has been inactive for something line a week that the game continues without him. It's mean but unfair on other players if someone goes inactive and the game has to stop.
I know games have included things like this before, maybe it would be a good idea. But it should be voted on.
Is it unfair to have a rule excluding players if they go inactive for a certain period of time?
If so then how many days?
I'm in favor and I think 7 days is a suitable length if notification isn't given. I also think that the PC bellowing to the inactive player should be NPCed so he can come back if the player becomes active again.
Posted on 2009-07-25 at 19:56:40.
Edited on 2009-07-25 at 19:57:39 by Loki
Because I've already got plans for situations like this
if a player doesn't post anything before the one week deadline, he will be NPC'ed by me to the best of my ability on how the character would act. IF you do know you will not be able to get a post in on t ime, just PM me some simple actions on what your character will want to do, and I'll abide strictly by that PM. If a character goes inactive for an extended amount of time ( 4 weeks probably) he will be dropped.
Well, Ive overreacted an would still like to play, if possible. I love Rp an The Red Dragon Inn is great. So if the Dm, doesnt hold a grudge, an the players would like. I still want a chance to play. Thanks
I don't have any eberron books or complete adventurer or warrior, but I have PHB, DMG, and Spell Compendium. I don't know anything about Eberron, and I'm still learning to system. If it's okay with everyone and doesn't seem like a hassle, I'd like to fill that last slot. It might take a few days for me to make a character, I've never made one above 1st level.