Rolemaster Session 8
Posted 16 December 2008 - 09:04 PM
ned wow i loved you as grogan but you as tans aka elf i could see how its a pain to heal and it has me laughing nonstop
Look mother they love they really do love me!!!! (tears wellup)
I would like to thank my incestable family for giving me the chance to escape the mountain of deliverence. Not only to broaden our gene pool but to show the world that we from the hills do have DNA that doesn''t match. I would also like to thank Hal and Lindsay for giving me the chance to prove myself in roleplay even though they keep me caged up with ruby. But without their help I could not show the world according to NED. :flog: <--- My first wife :twisted:
Posted 08 April 2009 - 08:43 AM
Which is a masterfully subtle hint that more people should become patrons and support the site. See? I'm doing my bit, honest!
Posted 08 April 2009 - 09:05 PM
...But I know that he must know what he's doing, he's obviously a very experienced (and very talented) GM! Maybe that's the style of Rolemaster...
Whatever happens, it sure is entertaining, and I can't wait to hear more.
Posted 09 April 2009 - 08:06 AM
More likely that the party has doomed itself by accepting the stuff :lol:
I just finished the city - shopping sessions, and I can't help but wonder if Hal has doomed himself by giving every character all these amazing magic items so early in the campaign.
Posted 04 March 2011 - 01:36 PM
I know I'm waaaaaaaaaaaaaaay behind in the times since I actually started listening to the other podcasts first over the last couple of years (starting with WLD and bouncing around D20 and CoC), but I was listening to this session last night while at the laundromat and I have to say...
Hal, as a GM who has been behind the screen for almost 15 years, you are my hero! You peaked my interest with the kobold sorcerer, the goblin rogue, and Buglak (Leader of the Bugbear Nation) of WLD, and you've completely won me over with the one and only Darren Stover! I wish I had your ability to take on so many different voices and accents and slide so easily into character (no pun intended... sorry Lindsay!). Unfortunately, it takes a lot of prep to get into certain personalities, and I'm only really good at description, managing complex story arcs, and reacting to whatever chaos my PCs get themselves into.
Would you be at all surprised if I told you that your friends Paul, Fin, and Neil (from Yoggie) are also among my GM Heroes?
And this praise isn't just for Hal...
Everyone around that table has definitely won a place on the pedestal of RPing in my mind. I tip my hat to each of you for the reasons that many on this site (including myself) come back for more. I'd list each and every thing, but then you'd be ripping your eyes out from all the reading. So, suffice it to say: you guys are awesome!
And going back to what I was saying about that laundromat, I don't think I can really go back there due to the intense laughter I failed at stifling the two hours I was there... Dungeon on!
::Suddenly, darkness fills the room and when sight returns, the silhouette is gone::
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