All I proposed as a setting idea, that’s all… Never said I was going to run it on Sundays, never said I was going to not run pathfinder, never even hinted at it.
I was looking for insight and/or criticism… all I got from you was attitude…
Please stay on topic… or your post will be deleted…
You bitched about how sundays are the only time you can play, we told you that sundays was going to become mainly pathfinder in time. This was how the other players wanted to start a change to pathfinder so that we wouldn't fall behind. ALOT of people like the FIU site just because you have an issue with it won't change that, I'm beginning to see that everything is either about you and only you and that saddens me, it has been commented to me by several people that you don't seem to be pleased unless your the main attraction in some way.
CASE IN POINT!!!
Peter, I know you are angry. I hear it in your voice. I am going to do my VERY best to simplify what I see as the source of this problem.
You want to "BE" the story instead of "BEING PART OF" the story.
I don't think Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,, The Godfather of DnD in Miami, is completely at fault, you do have a propensity to try and monopolize most of the game time and there was 8 other people there.
I do think that Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,, Monica, and Richard have made some good points Peter. You have a very strong willed personality and sometimes you tend to dominate the DMs attention at the table more than some people are comfortable with. You have a habit of making grandiose plans and then people have to reign you in a bit.
No system can keep a hold on you because you are never satisfied. You need to be the center of attention or close enough to it that your role is not diminished. If your ideas are shot down you sulk, or your creativity stunted you complain that the judge is not letting you do what you want (i.e. using the rules against you).
Sometimes you want Ralph, The Godfather of DnD in Miami,, The Godfather of DnD in Miami, to go by the timeline, but then when it best for you, you want it to change by your way of the storyline based on something or someone in a mod that just happen. It's a game just have fun with it.
I know you will take this in the most negative way because you always do and all your decisions are based that way thereby causing you to make the blunders you do. If you would think first then discuss things instead; you wouldn't be running off half-cocked, you would resolve issues pretty much without the drama you tend to bring to the situation. watch as I know this will be the result, prove me wrong.