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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game?

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Old school C&C here. YUMM.
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game?

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Looking to run this again soon, either tonight or tomorrow night hopefully.

Still accepting more players, check out page one for info.

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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I could probably do tonight.
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Are youse guys playing tonight? Don't like roll20, but I might be willing to game. What's the starting time and what's the starting gold?

Many thanks,

Rhu. :)
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Hey Rhuvein:

We usually start 6:30 - 7:00 mountain standard time. My SKYPE handle's slimykuotoan
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Rhuvein wrote:Are youse guys playing tonight? Don't like roll20, but I might be willing to game. What's the starting time and what's the starting gold?

Many thanks,

Rhu. :)
Hey Rhuvein, would be glad to have you join us.

I use Roll20 but only for the dice roller and maybe a map or two. Beginning money is exactly what the book says, you roll by class and take whatever luck gives you.

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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slimykuotoan wrote:Hey Rhuvein:

We usually start 6:30 - 7:00 mountain standard time. My SKYPE handle's slimykuotoan
OK, thanks slimy. Mebbe I'll play. Leme see if I can log into roll20.

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Kayolan wrote:
Rhuvein wrote:Are youse guys playing tonight? Don't like roll20, but I might be willing to game. What's the starting time and what's the starting gold?

Many thanks,

Rhu. :)
I use Roll20 but only for the dice roller and maybe a map or two. Beginning money is exactly what the book says, you roll by class and take whatever luck gives you.
Right, but your starting players are 3rd level - how do handle starting gold at that level?

Thanks.
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Rhuvein wrote:Are youse guys playing tonight? Don't like roll20, but I might be willing to game. What's the starting time and what's the starting gold?

Many thanks,

Rhu. :)
It is not a very "macro" intensive game. Just roll yer d20s and look at the map occasionally and you should be good.

Start time is variable (to keep potential new players on their toes) and starting gold is determined by the principle: "what I finds, I keeps" :lol: (actually, I think it was whatever the book said it was for your class). This game is pretty by the book, except I think we rolled hit dice twice for each level and kept the better roll. We started with 6000 XP? (can't remember) but no extra $ or magic items. This is hard scrabble stuff boyo!

Other new players, if they are as fun as the estimable Rhuvein, are more than welcome

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Aramis wrote:
Rhuvein wrote:Are youse guys playing tonight? Don't like roll20, but I might be willing to game. What's the starting time and what's the starting gold?

Many thanks,

Rhu. :)
It is not a very "macro" intensive game. Just roll yer d20s and look at the map occasionally and you should be good.

Start time is variable (to keep potential new players on their toes) and starting gold is determined by the principle: "what I finds, I keeps" :lol: (actually, I think it was whatever the book said it was for your class). This game is pretty by the book, except I think we rolled hit dice twice for each level and kept the better roll. We started with 6000 XP? (can't remember) but no extra $ or magic items. This is hard scrabble stuff boyo!

Other new players, if they are as fun as the estimable Rhuvein, are more than welcome
Thanks old friend.

Hmm, if yer a cleric and slimy is a fighter - then I'll probably go with another fighter!
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Hehe, where did Aramis' post go? I saw a moment ago.

Anyway, he alluded to adding a fighter or cleric.

So Imma gonna go with cleric!
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Name: Wolfgar Stoutbeard
Race: Dwarf
Alignment: CG
Deities: Steel and Thor
Class/Level: Warrior priest 4th level
ExP: 6,001
Languages: Common, dwarven, gnome, goblinoid, halfling, elven, orgrish, giant & troll
Description: Tall, thin, blonde hair, light skin with no facial or ass hair

STR: 11
DEX: 11
CON: 14 (+1) P
INT: 8
WIS: 13 (+1) P
CHA: 9

HP: 10
AC: 16
BtH: +3
# Atts:

Speed: 20
Size: S

Racial Traits:

Animosity to unknown elves ~ -2 to CHA checks
Deepvision
Determine depth and direction
Bth +1 against goblins/orcs
+4 to AC against giants/ogres
+3 bonus vs. arcane magic
+2 bonus vs. fear
+2 bonus vs. poison
Stonecraft (WIS), +2 or +4 for active

Class Abilities:

Spell casting
Turn Undead (Wis)

Spells 4 4 2

0
first aid
detect evil
detect magic
light

1
bless
cure light wounds
shield of faith
sound burst

2
aid
spiritual weapon

Weapons:

Large mace 1d10 4
War hammer 1d8 ) - in large sack

Armor:

Coat of plates (from defeated gnolls) 4
Buckler 1

Magic Items:

Potions:

2 cure serious
1 remove blindness/deafness
1 remove curse
1 remove disease
1 remove paralysis
3 restoration

7 vials of holy water

Equip:

backpack 5 (4 + 1)
blanket 0 - in large sack
diggery-do 0
bedroll 0 - in backpack
holy symbol 0
waterskin 2
wineskin 0 - in large sack
rations 0 - in backpack
tinder box 0 - in large sack
flint & steel 0
bandages X5 0
walrus, goes by the name of Buster 0
flask 0
liquor X10 shots 0
wine 0
cheese 0 - in backpack
pipe 0
tobacco 0 - in small belt pouch
sewing kit 0 - in small belt pouch
belt 0
small belt pouch 0
small belt pouch 0
large sack 4 (3+1)
cloak 0
boots 0

Treasure
pp:
gp: 153 + gem
sp:
cp:
gems:

EV = 20
ER = Lightly encumbered

Notes: Light warhorse
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Great game again guys! And good to game with you again Rhuvein! :)
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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slimykuotoan wrote:Great game again guys! And good to game with you again Rhuvein! :)
Thanks, slimy. It was indeed a great session as I expected with Kayolan, Aramis and you!

[Sorry I faded away at the end . . . I gotta work on my late gaming 2nd wind!]

:P
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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The addition of Wolfgar got us through in the end! :lol: . Fun session.

That was a dicey combat with all of those clerics slinging soundbursts and hold persons around. And of course we ran into a bunch of zombies and coffer corpses right after Wolfgar the cleric headed back to the Iron Hills

Now we know that the foul altar is the cause of the curse, and that it can be destroyed physically. But can the adventurers, now laden down with loot, survive the trip back to town unscathed?

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Great game guys, lots of close calls and excitement! It was good to have you with us Rhuvein, hope you can make more games in the future.

Now for the aftermath:

XPs have been PMed to each of you.

You will gain more XP (on a 1 for 1 gp rate) if you get the treasure back to town and into a secure location.

The following list is adjusted after Wolfgar took 187 gp, his share of the treasure found on the clerics (he took his share in gold coin), the rest is to be divided among Aethlrand, Marth, Smoke, and Landan (he will give 90% of it to the Church):

dagger +1
magic scroll (unidentified)

1,515 gp
823 ep
704 sp
2,103 cp
tiger eye, worth 25 gp
amethyst, worth 250 gp
common opal, worth 100 gp
2 silver bells, worth 10 gp each
silver pitcher, worth 75 gp
2 silver lamp stands (worth 100 gp each) with each holding an open lamp made of silver, worth 50 gp each
silverware set for 20 people, worth 200 gp
2 tapestries of intricate weave, each worth 150 gp
a three-foot-tall silver-plated statue of a devil, worth 125 gp to the right collector
a complete altar service collection, worth 200 gp to the right collector of unusual religious antiques
silken dress, worth 50 gp

other items:
5 belts
20-foot-square canvas
10 leather flasks
10 empty metal flasks
grappling hook
10 sheets of vellum
iron holy symbol of Onen
6 empty large sacks
a pair of shoes
50 ft. of hemp rope
4 whet stones
20 sling bullets
light mace
a pair of heavy boots
a cloak
small cauldron
bronze lamp
fishing net
3 sets of manacles
two shovels
a satchel holding 10 sets of knucklebone dice
25 torches
20-foot length of chain
mule skull
saddle
13 unholy symbols (daggers)

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Your game sounds fun. Saturday is my usual face-to-face night and alternate Sundays are Nate's game, otherwise I'd possibly commit to it.
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Aergraith wrote:Your game sounds fun. Saturday is my usual face-to-face night and alternate Sundays are Nate's game, otherwise I'd possibly commit to it.
We offer a no commitment guarantee. The first taste is free!

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Aramis wrote:The addition of Wolfgar got us through in the end! :lol: . Fun session.
Thanks, man! :D
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/7-2/8

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Kayolan wrote:Great game guys, lots of close calls and excitement! It was good to have you with us Rhuvein, hope you can make more games in the future.
Thanks, J. I should be able to play in some games! :P
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game this night?

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Still looking for new players, let me know if you are interested!

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/13-2/

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Had to work early today . . long day and I'm running out of gas.

BUT, I get to sleep in tomorrow and will work in the late afternoon. So I'll get home at 7:45 PM central and should be pretty pumped up ~ if you guys are available to game.

Rhu. :)
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/13-2/

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I should be able to game Sat.
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/13-2/

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I'll get on skype tonight (about 8-9ish pm eastern) to see if the game can get started.

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/13-2/

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Kayolan wrote:I'll get on skype tonight (about 8-9ish pm eastern) to see if the game can get started.
Sounds good

Edit: I have to pick something up in the city so hopefully back by 9 eastern

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/13-2/

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Awesome game again. P.S. We should play again tonight. :P
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slimykuotoan wrote:Awesome game again. P.S. We should play again tonight. :P
I'm up for it, let me know guys.




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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/13-2/

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My wife is starting to get mad at me... but I'll give it a go. :)
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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/15)?

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XPs have been pmed to each of you.


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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/13-2/

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Kayolan wrote:
slimykuotoan wrote:Awesome game again. P.S. We should play again tonight. :P
I'm up for it, let me know guys.




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