The Piazza A renaissance of the Old Worlds. Where any setting can be explored, any rules system discussed, and any combination of the two brought to life.
No, sorry, im in California, west coast of the USA. Im either going to use a yahoo groups group or a message bord at the Piazza for the game. I havent launched it yet do to RL though.
Boonedale, if you're looking for players online (and know which site offers the best online tabletop experience) then I'd be happy to sign up for your game; I live in Lincolnshire, UK and RPGrs are pretty low on the ground around these parts (unless anyone from Lincolnshire writes in to tell me otherwise...). I'd be looking to play 4e; I enjoy the system frankly; but I've also got nothing against 3.5. I'm also writing up a Threshold campaign at the moment for characters starting at level 1. Having fun designing it and hoping it'll be up n running soon.
FWIW, I'm currently running a game set in Darokin (two sessions so far, many many more to come).I've integrated virtually all of the races and classes from PH1&2: Deva = Laterrans (Klantyre, Averoignese, Anglaise -- at least, those who actually came from the other world and their descendents), plus the Genasi, Swordmages, War-forged, and Artificers. I've linked the Genasi to elemental spirit influence on humans (e.g. air/fire via Djinni/Efreeti in Ylaruam), Wilden to the Fey connections in Alfheim, Tieflings to fiend-channeling humans. Goliaths will be used as the base stats for the Atruaghin peoples. Dragonborn are rare in the known world -- but might be spotted in northwest Glantri or Wendar -- anywhere else, they'll be a "new" race (with matching potential issues -- like being mistaken for lizardfolk). Shifters stand in for PC lycanthropes, which have established presences (and issues).
I imported some of the history of Bael Turath and Arkhosia via a suggestion from someone else, such that the ancient Tiefling empire once overlaid what are now Darokin and Glantri, and the dragonborn empire was on the Adri Varma plateau. The ruins still exist...
I haven't finished Immortals/4e gods yet, but it hasn't been an issue (yet).
I'm really hoping for a full official 4e converstion of Mystara. My all-time favorite game world just because you can do so much with it.Someone watched Prince of Persia? Side trip to Ylarum!