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Postby Peewee » Wed Oct 24, 2007 8:31 am

Take a look at the new post....

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The place?

Postby thetrickygnome » Wed Oct 24, 2007 8:35 am

Hey Peter, you should think about calling the guys that showed up to
WiPoU to sell merchandise and having the LA Game there. It would be
a good change of pace to have it in a new store and it would also
kind of push forward the mission statement that existed in this forum
a while ago about spreading goodwill and gaming to various locations
in our community. I still have the card in case you need the number
and address.

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Re: The place?

Postby Peewee » Wed Oct 24, 2007 9:12 am

thetrickygnome wrote:Hey Peter, you should think about calling the guys that showed up to WiPoU to sell merchandise and having the LA Game there. It would be a good change of pace to have it in a new store and it would also kind of push forward the mission statement that existed in this forum a while ago about spreading goodwill and gaming to various locations in our community. I still have the card in case you need the number and address.

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LOL thats who I'm talking to... more news soon
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Postby Peewee » Thu Oct 25, 2007 11:14 am

Ok guys

I need 4 people + a GM to run a slot 0

I want to keep it to 4 people to increase turn out at the new store...

1st - I need a GM to eat the mod (my character has done every part of the storyline and I realy want to finish it)

2nd - I need 3 other players, who are willing to GM at the gameday.

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A 4 player table is kinda slim

Postby thetrickygnome » Thu Oct 25, 2007 11:53 am

Disclaimer ahead of time: For those of you whose egos are so big that
you think you can walk into any mod and own it 24/7 I suggest you
take that sh*t somewhere else because your arrogance doesn't mean
crap to me.

Peter, I know you want to get people going to this store but a 4 person
table for an LA mod is something I would not recommend, given that
it puts a heavy burden on each of them when a 6 person table is more
evenly balanced. Just my opinion of course. Good luck.

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Re: A 4 player table is kinda slim

Postby Peewee » Thu Oct 25, 2007 12:11 pm

thetrickygnome wrote:Disclaimer ahead of time: For those of you whose egos are so big that
you think you can walk into any mod and own it 24/7 I suggest you
take that sh*t somewhere else because your arrogance doesn't mean
crap to me.

Peter, I know you want to get people going to this store but a 4 person
table for an LA mod is something I would not recommend, given that
it puts a heavy burden on each of them when a 6 person table is more
evenly balanced. Just my opinion of course. Good luck.

Signed- Rene' Alfonso


Well the reasion why I said 4 is because:

1) my wife will play.. she can't make it to the game day
2) I have a corhort which my nefuew playes (hell he built him)

So we will have 6 PCs at the table...

I'm not that dumb
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Postby MorganWolf » Thu Oct 25, 2007 12:46 pm

YES YOU ARE!!!!!

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Postby grey » Thu Oct 25, 2007 12:52 pm

No peter's not dumb, he's very smart.
It's just that times he doesn't use his massive mental potential to it's fullest capacity.
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Postby Peewee » Thu Oct 25, 2007 1:30 pm

MorganWolf wrote:YES YOU ARE!!!!!


Ok let’s analyze this shall we?

I clearly showed that I was not dumb enough to go into an LA game with
only 4 characters.

But you somehow missed that fact, which shows one of two things.

1- You can’t read: we know this is not true because you play D&D which
requires some reading.


2- You have a low comprehension level, which is easily proven by the fact
that; even though I showed I was not dumb enough to play with only 4
characters you still stated that I was.


Thus the low comprehension is a clear sign of being a dullard; of course
the snappy comeback of “yes you areâ€
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Don't get him started Peter

Postby thetrickygnome » Thu Oct 25, 2007 1:44 pm

[quote]Ok let’s analyze this shall we?

I clearly showed that I was not dumb enough to go into an LA game with
only 4 characters.

But you somehow missed that fact, which shows one of two things.

1- You can’t read: we know this is not true because you play D&D which
requires some reading.

2- You have a low comprehension level, which is easily proven by the fact
that; even though I showed I was not dumb enough to play with only 4
characters you still stated that I was.

Thus the low comprehension is a clear sign of being a dullard; of course
the snappy comeback of “yes you areâ€

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Postby grey » Thu Oct 25, 2007 2:00 pm

Fair & Balanced in Miami?
That will never happen.

We've been over this before.
It's not going to change.
I think we should just start a new tack.

Instead of running mods for free. Gm's should start charging 5 bucks per person per mod run.

So that 6 person table would net the gm 30 bucks.
If we do a convention then a gm would stand to make a nice chunk of change if we ran say 7 slots.

If people want to be lazy and not eat mods. They should have to pay for their laziness.
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I like it

Postby thetrickygnome » Thu Oct 25, 2007 2:30 pm

Fair & Balanced in Miami?
That will never happen.

We've been over this before.
It's not going to change.
I think we should just start a new tack.

Instead of running mods for free. Gm's should start charging 5 bucks per person per mod run.

So that 6 person table would net the gm 30 bucks.
If we do a convention then a gm would stand to make a nice chunk of change if we ran say 7 slots.

If people want to be lazy and not eat mods. They should have to pay for their laziness.


Tough love and financial gain all in one shot.
Albert, you are a genius!! I would go for this.
And no, I am not joking. I agree with you Albert.
It's the same stupid, tired old story of sh*t that
that should change and never does.

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Postby grey » Thu Oct 25, 2007 2:40 pm

I think this would work great.

I don't have a problem shelling out 5 bucks to a gm if he runs a game for me.

And I think that it would be a great incentive for someone to GM.
We could even setup a website and have people rate GM's.
The better the GM rating the more money they get.
beginner gm's get 2 bucks. awesome gm's get 5.

And if people complain all we have to say is. Well organize your own games and then you won't have to pay.
Don't be lazy. Just do it.

I wonder if we'd see tons of people organizing events on their own. :|]
Money is always a good motivator. :|] :|] :|]
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Postby Peewee » Thu Oct 25, 2007 3:13 pm

Now this is an idea...

Also Rene, the games at my house. everyone runes a game

hell the next LA game run at my house will be run by Monica and my wife, I need to get the mod in their hands so they can prep it.

So yes, at leats at my house, everyone eats a mod.

Hay Ed would you be willing to eat this mod? we will concider it your mod for the games at my house.

But as for the 5 bucks per person... not a bad idea at all, but I know it wount work at stores.
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Postby grey » Thu Oct 25, 2007 3:19 pm

Why wouldn't it work at a store peter?
Pay to play, is the name of the game.
If you're too lazy or don't have the time to organize or don't want to eat mods then pay for someone elses time.
This is a awesome solution to the GM problem.
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