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A Game for nightcrawlers

Postby The Heretic » Tue Nov 25, 2008 2:22 am

looking for a few good roleplayers who just happen to work nights and thus only have the day to play.

Actual day is yet to be determined
It will be a combo home FR and LFR game.

IM if interested.

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Re: A Game for nightcrawlers

Postby TheWorldsGreatestWarrior » Tue Nov 25, 2008 4:13 pm

I believe Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami, works at night, but I think he's allergic to home games. :]

Also, Ed Sweeting may be up for it too, but he reads these boards, so I'm sure he'll respond if he has some interest.

Can't think of anyone else.
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Re: A Game for nightcrawlers

Postby Dwraith » Tue Nov 25, 2008 6:20 pm

would have joined if i didn't work during the day. Only got weekends and nights after 5 pm
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Re: A Game for nightcrawlers

Postby The Heretic » Fri Nov 28, 2008 1:21 pm

Well this is a second call out for this combo home/LFR game. Any nightworkers interested give me a call.

Oh Pete, this is proof positive that there really is no market for a game store in this area any longer.
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Re: A Game for nightcrawlers

Postby Dwraith » Fri Mar 20, 2009 5:42 pm

no, just proving that alot of people have lost intrest in 4.0.
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Re: A Game for nightcrawlers

Postby thetrickygnome » Mon Mar 23, 2009 8:58 am

no, just proving that alot of people have lost intrest in 4.0.


Mario is pretty much accurate with this. I won't say 4.0 is garbage but I'll say it's average at best IMHO.
I tried to connect with it but it's tough. I'll play to hang with my friends but it does not have the spark of
3.5, which even with all it's flaws, 3.5 was pretty cool.

Pretty soon their will be a system out for play on a convention / organized play level called Pathfinder.
It's D&D 3.75 and it's being run by a company called Piazo I think. Lynn Register told me he thinks it's
pretty good and I think Dominic Trascetti from up north has tried it and said cool things about it as
well. It's basically a more streamlined version of 3.5 but not so watered down or different to the point
that it's not recognizable.

I think the system kicks in around August or something but they already have like 12 mods you can
but and play. stuff online, and they will be coming otu with the base books for organized play around
then as well.

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Re: A Game for nightcrawlers

Postby Ozymandius » Mon Mar 23, 2009 11:45 am

That is why the home campaign went back into progress with its 2.0/3.0/3.5 blend of rules, classes and spells and so far it's been a blast, well...except for the whole massive death situations that have occurred. I was surprised to learn that plants could kick someones ass so thoroughly and kill them. I also learned what happens when your BDF gets jumped by second edition monks (lets just say 2.0 Monks rock 3.5 fighters), rest in peace Ramon's Goat Fucking Orc!
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