The Banewarrens Begins
Posted 15 July 2006 - 10:28 AM
I was really pleased to read your announcement. The parts of WLD I enjoyed the most were when you voiced an NPC and the characters got to role-play. So I'm really looking forward to an adventure that allows much more of that sort of interplay. You are a great GM for that sort of game and I'm sure Banewarren will be fantastic.
Keep up the great work,
Posted 16 July 2006 - 12:18 AM
Id really appreciate some feedback on how im playing the character, as i am finding it slighly more challenging...do i manage Magic user ok or should i have stuck to the rogue?
I think that the character is very fun and interesting all around, a mage/pirate that has problems with keeping things floating.
As a player I think you are doing fine. I particularly enjoy when you forget that you are not a rogue
There are so many spells to chose from that it is very overwhelming starting out as mage for the first time. Don't worry about making mistakes too much, everyone does the first time (playing a mage.....mind out of gutter all please) Also if you need help picking new spells to learn put a post up and I am sure you will get lots of ideas. I know that I would be happy to help with spells.
Posted 16 July 2006 - 07:05 AM
I love the idea of a pirate mage I think it is ace, and a dwarven rogue is quite a nice one. Steves Cleric / Summoner is an interesting combination, especially when combined with a sycophantic follower. And the two brothers seem to be working well, although one seems to have something to prove at the moment
Should be interesting stuff
Posted 16 July 2006 - 10:10 AM
Also I have been thinking that so far what I have heard of the Banewarrens, I think it would make a great movie. Such great characters all with some serious aspects, and with comedy potential.
I also must say Hal that I am enjoying your playing of the OCD priest, makes me smile and laugh everytime Steve ask a question.
Posted 16 July 2006 - 06:39 PM
I LOVE D&D and celebrate any opportunity to listen/play/(but not so much read) it. That said, here's a link for the campaign I'm running, which went on hiatus last week so others in the group could run stuff, and various members can go on vacation;
And since this is my first post, you should know I love every single thing about this podcast, mainly because you guys are Over There, and have accents from the some of my favorite places in the world. (And if you add an Aussie to your crew, I'm hopping a plane to lavish you all with mass smoochies).
Dungeon ON!, man, fo' real.
Posted 17 July 2006 - 02:12 AM
That was my birthday! =O
OH MY GOD
1) Wacom Tablet
2) Mario Bros prizes in a gaming competition
3) NEW RPGMP3 RECORDINGS!!!
I said yesterday "You won't be able to wipe this smile of my face for a week"
I'll say today "You won't be able to wipe this smile off my face for a month"
Posted 17 July 2006 - 03:10 PM
Just a thought!
Got a bit further into the first Banewarrens, the magic missile fish thing is so funny.
I can picture this little fish darting along and hitting their target and then disapearing.
I would have picked piranha though, but I don't know many types of fish (Haddock Attack sounds quiet good though :lol: ).
It's going to be even more fun at higher levels as a WHOLE SCHOOL OF FISH swim through the air towards their target wiggling their fins.
I think perhaps that would be quite scary to be on the recieving end of such a strange attack.
I personally like the magic spell in the video game Undying - flaming skulls that levitate and cackle insanely before you release the mouse button to launch them. But the fish are better in some way cause their weird.
(Lew Zealand would, no doubt, be green with envy).
(Sinister Ornament arrived in this World = 30th July 1974) :roll:
Posted 18 July 2006 - 07:18 AM
(Apologies to patrons for reposting that comment but I'm worried about these poor fish! Perhaps frozen ones could be substituted? )
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