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Posted by: QuiBears on Oct 2, 2010 at 01:02:39 PM
Need a Spot to Play...In New Jersey?
Timezone Gaming has tables available for table top and/or paper and pencil game groups! Huzzah!
For 2 ½ hours we charge $3/person and for every additional hour is only $1/person! Bring your own gear (ie: books, minis, and other things needed)
Please contact us to make arrangements with the store.
Phone Number: (732) 738 - 5111
Posted by: quid.tu.facis on Jul 19, 2010 at 11:47:23 AM
It would be great were the DM Screen actually integrated with DnD Insider, even more so than now. Perhaps a Laptop that had two additional screens that folded out, with screens facing both the DM (for adventure stats) and the players (for visuals).
The players could see NPC and Monster portraits, from their place around the table. They could even hear what they sounded like. The DM could speak into a mike and a custom voice modulator changes the sound to match the NPC or Monster.
It would also be great if the DM had access to a map grid showing the relative positions of everything on the Dungeon Tiles. Perhaps some high tech Dungeon Tiles that recognized something was on the space. So long as players only moved one piece at a time the Dungeon Tiles could keep track of each type of piece....
Posted by: Guest40618635 on Jun 20, 2010 at 03:37:11 PM
For about the Seveth year running we at the Source Comics and Games are proud to bring you the Source Summer RPG Event.
This Year we are playing Pathfinder. Diehard D&D 3rd ed players might find the Pathfinder system a good fit. All players must own a copy of the Pathfinder Core Book to play in the Event. You can start anytime and we will be going for 7 weeks. Games are held every day but Saturday, and you can choose any of those days to play.
If you would like the particulars contact the store at 651-645-0386 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chad "Big Service" O.
Posted by: Jojoma_of_the_67th on Jun 5, 2010 at 01:50:35 PM
Bieerjons, Blassgar, and Lambeerma reached the great wooded wall of the dam after a very long day of trudging back and forth over hard, dry, broken ground, and wet, soupy mud, and countless water crossings. They had decided they would not stop for anything until they reached the dam or had gone so far as to determine finding a dam wouldn’t matter, in which case they would have turned around to join their brothers in battle. Bieer and Blass collapsed on the ground with a huge white teeth gleaming grin on their faces, at last they could have a bite to eat; Lambeerma went to work right away with his calculations; he was worried at the size of the massive wall, and the thickness of the trees that it was made from so he decided to climb the wall so that he could better determine how...
Posted by: Jojoma_of_the_67th on May 13, 2010 at 11:06:15 PM
We made it back to the dense stand of trees near the stream, being extra careful to cover our tracks. In teams of 2 I had all the men wash and do their business in the swift running stream. When it was my turn, I was noticing the width of the stream; at one time it had been much larger, and from the looks of it, it wasn’t all that long ago, maybe a few years or so. “Hmmmm,” I wondered, did it just dry up, or was there a dam? I washed quickly and quietly as did Turgoma and Kininthor, and we got back to the stand of trees. There was enough cover on the ground to afford us a place to sleep without having to climb the trees; though I did post a guard up in one nearest the stream to keep a look out. We were still waiting for the 4 squad members that had journeyed to the far side...
Posted by: bendbuddy on May 10, 2010 at 02:45:31 PM
Posted by: Jojoma_of_the_67th on May 8, 2010 at 12:58:46 AM
The one thing we hadn't counted on was the one thing that I feared the most, not knowing what the other squads were doing. Sure enough, just as I launched the spear into the human, there was a large ruckus on the north side of the camp. It wasn’t enough to get everybody running that way or anything, it was just enough to draw everyone’s attention away from what we were trying to do. My spear hit its spot, and the man fell without so much as a scream, and I was hoping for at least a good ugghhh.
I saw another human coming out to do his business too and same the dang thing happened again; and I hit him a few inches lower in the gut, he should have give out a good scream. We only had one more spear left, and we couldn’t risk going down there to get the one’s I had thrown back...
Posted by: Jojoma_of_the_67th on May 6, 2010 at 10:56:05 PM
BY ASH! Several of us jumped at once, including the 2 elves. “ELSLOND!” or something like that is what they shouted. My blade came out quickly to parry the lunge of the thin elven dagger. We fell back into a defensive position, the sun at our backs, and they mirrored us, taking a defensive stance of their own. The sun in their eyes didn’t seem to bother them a bit. It was kind of funny, looking back; I guess we must have looked a sight carrying goblin shields, goblin bows, and orc long spears when we stumbled on to those two elves. Now we knew they weren’t with this rabble, and they knew we weren’t with them too; problem was, we didn’t speak a lick of elf, and they didn’t know a word of dwarf.
We kind of half learned from them, we think, that the elven nations...
Posted by: Jojoma_of_the_67th on May 1, 2010 at 05:31:27 PM
Axe squad had been out most of the morning looking for me when they happened on a patchwork patrol of orcs and goblins. The all too sounds of swords clanging, hammers hitting shields, and axes snapping bone had rousted me from my slumber; my head was still foggy from the strange happenings from last night. It was fairly easy to find my squad in the rolling hills covered with tall evergreens, and thick brush, and I'm glad I did, they were in a bit of a pickle; you have to remember, we were still learning how to fight without our shields and armor. I was coming up from behind the enemy, moving quickly and silently without my armor, when I screamed out, and don't know why, Dreggar's name at the top of my lungs. Goblin gutter earned his name again today; I ran my blade clear through...
Posted by: Jojoma_of_the_67th on Apr 28, 2010 at 11:48:52 PM
I got a few hours of unrestful sleep then got up to take a leak and work on how I was going to convince Dreggar to let me take a stab at going directly after the wizard. I went around checking on the guards; I wanted to see if there had been any reports of enemy troop movement, there wasn’t. I saw that Turgoma, and Kininthor, two dwarves from my squad, where awake so I sat down to talk with them. I told them that it would be several hours before the others got up and that they should try and get some more sleep. Turgoma said he wanted to go back up to the valley where the battle had been fought and see if the orcs had returned yet or not. It sounded like a good idea to me, so I let a couple of the guards know, and we headed out for the valley.
We moved in zigzag patterns and...
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