Monday Wilderlands, The Slavelords.

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Re: Monday Wilderlands, The Slavelords.

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This seems like it might be legal, The Internet Archive has a bunch of Dragon magazines on it:

http://archive.org/search.php?query=col ... publicdate

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Apparently it is legal. Its a non profit, and been around since 1996.
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I am feeling fine today, so unless some crazy crap happens, we are gaming tonight! Hope everyone can make it. Nwelte already told me he will be late, very late, if he makes it at all.
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Nate, since you missed last nights session, I thought you should know that we gave Kilas a potion of invisibility and bracers of armor +4, and your share of the gold came to 2666 gp. We also finished up this part of the series. He returned to Safeton to resupply. We are heading into the mountains to a slaver stockade full of hobgoblins and human warriors, a couple of wizards, a half dozen priests, a boss, and a medusa. The surrounding mountains are full of undead, lycanthropes, and giants. You may want to buy some holy water, oil, wolvesbane, and anything else you may think you would need.

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You ALL also travelled to Safeton. Where you can ALL use your 2,666 GP to buy gear you have been unable to get due to lack of availability. You can also make a Divine or Arcane focus to use your Divine/Arcane blasts at full power, rather than at just 1D4 like most of you can before now. Cost is level x 50 GP.
Since its 20,000 I suggest "Captain Nemo" as his title. Beyond the obvious connection, he is one who sails on his own terms and ignores those he doesn't agree with...confident in his journey and goals.
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Treebore wrote:You ALL also travelled to Safeton. Where you can ALL use your 2,666 GP to buy gear you have been unable to get due to lack of availability. You can also make a Divine or Arcane focus to use your Divine/Arcane blasts at full power, rather than at just 1D4 like most of you can before now. Cost is level x 50 GP.
That's what I meant. Not just Kilas, but all of us. Stoopid typos. :D

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Just a heads up that I may not be able to make the game tonight, watching my brother's kids right now and I don't know when he and his wife will be showing up to get them.

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I'm pretty beat . . about to pass out, so I'm doubtful. If I get a 2nd wind, I'll join the game.

Sorry.

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I apologize for doing this so close to game time, but I just got home and was able to post. I hurt my left knee really bad, AND am feeling extremely tired (pain wears you out fast), so I am afraid I am cancelling. Again, I am really sorry for doing this pretty much last minute.
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Was gonna join the game, but sorry to hear about your knee. Hope it's nothing serious.

Now for sure, I go to bed early tonight.

See y'all next time.

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Feel better, Tree.

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Treebore wrote:I apologize for doing this so close to game time, but I just got home and was able to post. I hurt my left knee really bad, AND am feeling extremely tired (pain wears you out fast), so I am afraid I am cancelling. Again, I am really sorry for doing this pretty much last minute.
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:lol:
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Well, today I am feeling good and NOT out on the road, so unless something out of the blue interferes, GAME ON!
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A definite cliff hanger ending! 3 big Apes charging in on the woman. Two invisible heroes trying to fly out of there with her. So next week we find out who gets what body parts!
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Stupid flying halfling....

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Rigon wrote:Stupid flying halfling....

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I love it when something I have never seen happen in game, happens. Frickking AWESOME!
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Treebore wrote:
Rigon wrote:Stupid flying halfling....

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I love it when something I have never seen happen in game, happens. Frickking AWESOME!
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As long as my son doesn't back out on picking up my daughter at the airport in Tucson, and my cold does not get too bad, I will be running the game tonight.

So who can't make it?
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Baring any unforeseen circumstances, I'll be there.

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i will be there

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I won't be there after all. This cold has gotten worse. I am now dealing with sneezing fits and my nose running like Niagara Falls, AFTER taking meds and taking a 3 hour nap! So I am in no shape to run the game. Sorry guys.
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Treebore wrote:I won't be there after all. This cold has gotten worse. I am now dealing with sneezing fits and my nose running like Niagara Falls, AFTER taking meds and taking a 3 hour nap! So I am in no shape to run the game. Sorry guys.
Well, that sucks. I was looking forward to the game tonight. Oh, well. Feel better.

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Rigon wrote:
Treebore wrote:I won't be there after all. This cold has gotten worse. I am now dealing with sneezing fits and my nose running like Niagara Falls, AFTER taking meds and taking a 3 hour nap! So I am in no shape to run the game. Sorry guys.
Well, that sucks. I was looking forward to the game tonight. Oh, well. Feel better.

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Me too! Heck of a lot better playing than feeling like crap!
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Sorry, hope you get better. Loads of viruses going around, it seems. I've only had a couple of colds, so I've been lucky so far!

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I should be able to rejoin the group on a regular basis next Monday.

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Rhuvein wrote:Sorry, hope you get better. Loads of viruses going around, it seems. I've only had a couple of colds, so I've been lucky so far!

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I think a big part of it is I have two kids coming home from two different colleges, so we get exposed to pretty much everything!
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nwelte1 wrote:I should be able to rejoin the group on a regular basis next Monday.
That would be great! Now I just have to stay healthy long enough to run the game on a regular basis.
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You guys think my house rules are extensive? Omote has me beat! At least 30 pages of double column, nicely formatted, WITH tables, of house rule documents. He may even have more than 40. I quit counting.
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Treebore wrote:You guys think my house rules are extensive? Omote has me beat! At least 30 pages of double column, nicely formatted, WITH tables, of house rule documents. He may even have more than 40. I quit counting.
Yeah, I've looked at his stuff before. He has a crap ton of stuff.

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For anyone wondering, todays game is on! Bring on the Carniverous Apes!
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