on Apr 17, 2013 at 02:52:10 AM
MUA HA HA HA!!!!
Yesterday I started carrying out my schematic for the rearranging of stuffs :3
I got one half completed then I told myself I'd finish the rest today. After this post I will get going on that task. I can't believe its almost 7am. I can't believe I'm awake @_@
Here is what the layout of furniture for a session should be like in our apartment:
This photo manager is ... strange lol but ya, that is the way it would be for a game night :D
on Apr 17, 2013 at 02:42:32 AM
First, I would like to say a big "Hello ^^" to anyone who stops by!
As a quick note, you can find my blogger page with pretty much the same content here:
I live in Yakima, Washington. This town is near impossible to find fellow D&D roleplayers who are not hiding
When I moved back here in 2010, I tried to get a group together, and since I had no results finding people to meet up with to play D&D through the internet, I convinced a friend and my brother to play D&D with me frequently, and being there were only three of us, and I being the Dungeon Master, I also had to create several traveling companions for their characters to keep some fun and interest in our little group. DMing is fun to me because I have played as a character in another DMs group and
on Jan 21, 2013 at 01:56:04 AM
So, I haven't posted anything in awhile and I figured I'd go ahead and do a pre-Gatecrash deck update.
Since the last post, I've had a kid, and had to pick up fridays at work for a month, so I haven't really gotten a chance, much to my dismay, to play at FNM. After Mirrodin rotated out, I was left saddened. As a Goblin player, our lord rotated out, and alot of our good creatures/spells rotated out. So I played a few other things before finally deciding to make another tempt at a gobby flavored deck, so let's have a look:
4x Goblin Electromancer
4x Tandem Lookout
1x Talrand, Sky Summoner
2x Talrand's Invocation
1x Mizzium Mortars
2x Essence Scatter
4x Searing Spear
4x Krenko's Command
4x Pillar of Flame
on Jan 10, 2013 at 08:53:44 AM
I read something Sean K. Reynolds posted over on the Paizo.com messageboards and it really resonated with me.
So much so that I wished I could go back in time and use a version of what he wrote (the last sentence in particular; see below) to respond to all the negative jerks that were bashing the 4E Realms Every. Single. Chance. They. Got. on the Candlekeep.com and WotC Realms Forums:
"Here's the thing: It's REALLY easy for you to be a negative person. Skip it. Don't bother posting a reply. Don't say "people still play WOW?" Don't say "all the cool people are playing some other game." It doesn't make you look smart, or funny, or cool; it makes you look like a jerk. And not only is "don't be a jerk" part of the rules for this message board, it's right up there in my post. I like playing WOW....
on Dec 12, 2012 at 04:37:27 PM
Some parties in the hobby/industry appear, near as I can tell, to be rather anal about their RPGs and what they need to be. These people show every indication that RPGs have to be important, inspired, I think by people such as Karl Marx and some author who's name I forget writing on storytelling and why you must use an item you mention in a description at some point in the narrative. Its an idea imitated by people in Academia. To those people, and academics, I have this question, "Sez who?"
Nothing has to be anything. All it needs to be is what it is, if somebody finds a use for it, good for him. But worth is not dependent on utility, and that is my position.
As a certain Galilean once said, "They also serve who only stand and wait."
Or, you don't have to turn that meadow into a ...
on Nov 1, 2012 at 02:27:59 PM
So how many of you out there get caught up playing and suddenly realize your game just got really boring because the story is stuck or the players are all goofing around and they can't seem to get back on track. Well I don't have a solution but what i do have is a suggestion. So you may be veery angry at the moment well suck it up and stop pissing all over the place it isnt helpping as DM/GM you need to be the collective brain of awesomeness so there for you need to have thought ahead and been prepared for this moment. Well how does that happen if Its all ready happening well shut up and I will get there so let me myistifi you with cheap spilburg effect and teach you how be awesome. So its stuck ok well in the first place before this all began you should have read over and anylised the ...
on Sep 17, 2012 at 02:30:38 PM
Hey everyone I really want to play D&D roleplaying through a web cam with people. I cannot find a D&D group close enough to me and I don't have any friends thatn consistently play the game. I love the game and I would like to play with more than just one person. Thats where I'm at for now. I was thinking we could play with oovoo or some other internet webcam software that is free. I will take reccomendations on the software. I don't care if your 40 years old, a virgin, and living in your mom's basement. As long as you want to have a good time, be a good sport, and not be a dick than please join me.
on Jun 24, 2012 at 02:55:31 AM
I always await fridays with the biggest, herpiest-derpiest grin that I can muster. Friday isn't just about the work week coming to a close. Instead, it's about waiting for FNM time to come around. To me, sitting down to play (win or lose) is always therapuetic in a way. If I win, it seems to make the bad things in the week not seem so relevant, or if I lose, I can always walk outside and blow off some steam.
I play at a wicked shop in Decatur, Alabama know as the Comic Shop. It's a very down to earth, friendly place to play Magic. After I picked up playing again shortly after Dark Ascension, I settled in to play an FNM. My expectations for the event weren't very high. I had always known players who tended to be elitist pricks, and weren't very...
on May 27, 2012 at 04:36:28 PM
I will admit, I was giddy when I heard WoTC would allow the community to help them playtest D&D Next (or whatever it will be called in the end, I hope they pick a better name). I signed up to play, and after the server snafu (and a lovely friend with a googledoc account) I downloaded the pdfs and loaded them onto my Kindle Fire.
Now, these are simply a collection of comments I've heard before starting to playtest. I have plans to run 2 games currently with how things are.
1. Wizards look fun to play. I don't quite get rituals yet, but I doubt it'll be important quite yet. With unlimited uses of cantrips, they can last longer before resting, but they just may not be up to task in a situation with a fighter, as makes sense at lower levels.
2. Automatic, boosted, Weapon Finesse for those who...
on Apr 29, 2012 at 07:40:42 AM
Here's the deck I ran at a draft at the local Prerelease that took me to first place (in a rather fast but fun method). I had a hard time deciding what to cut to make it 40, so I ended up making it 45.
[deck]1x Cathars' Crusade
1x Archwing Dragon
1x Burn at the Stake
1x Cathedral Sanctifier
1x Angelic Wall
1x Devout Chaplain
1x Thraben Valiant
2x Seraph of Dawn
2x Spectral Gateguards
6x Voice of the Provinces
1x Kessig Malcontents
1x Mad Prophet
1x Riot Ringleader
1x Thatcher Revolt
1x Vigilante Justice
2x Kruin Striker
2x Scroll of Avacyn
1x Seraph Sanctuary
The lowest life total anybody got me to was 1 life. All my rounds were won in 2.
The main combo I went with was to play cheap creatures for blockers, get my Crusade out, and drop a Voice stacking the triggers so...