Only problem though is unless Lockhart is as expert at RM as he is at PFRPG, Gilbert'll need to find a new rules-monkey.
I Facetimed Lockhart last night. He held my hand and talked me down from the ledge. He did confess that he would be less of a rules lawyer when it comes to RoleMaster though; however, Locky is and always will be the fourth member of Team Doomed and will more than likely make an audio bomb appearance or two regardless of the campaign.
Since many people over the years have had a lot of fun with Beyond the Mountains of Madness it may suggest it was more of an issue with that particular group than with the campaign.
Both Hal and Lindsay explained about the story-heavy "Mountains of Madness". I have no desire to read a ships manifest for six hours, regardless of the story's quality.
You remember your anal sex diatribe?
No, but clearly you do.
I personally think that Hal could pull off a good Rolemaster campaign for Gilbert and Linsday.
You should have seen the look in Hal's eyes when I said I'd try Rolemaster. It was something between a deer in headlights and a kid peering into the window of FAO Schwartz at Christmas time.
I don't think think the inability to separate player from character is all that unusual for new players.
At this point I don't think it really matters to me. Mor'kil is a tiny bit sluttier than I am, but apart from a half-ass California surfer-boy accent, we is one in the same.
I can easily hear that you're not enjoying it fully.
I was hoping it wasn't that obvious, mais, c'est la guerre. We have actually recorded two small sessions of CC that Hal hasn't released yet. Once you hear them, I think it will be painfully obvious that Broken Moon is on a downward spiral.
Third - I'll miss you...
Oh no you don't. You get your Aussie butt right back over here and follow us down another path mister! We are only taking a hiatus from Carrion Crown. Mor'kil doesn't go down without a fight... or at the very least, a cocktail. :wink:
Thank you all for your feedback. Yes, even you Pencil-Mokey.