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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/15)?

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Janra cures you of disease after accepting the large donation you and your fellow party members made to the temple in Landan's name.



(Still looking for new players!)

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Re: Up for an old school 1st-3rd print game tonight (2/15)?

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Heh, I'm hoping to run a game on Sunday nights opposite Nate's game ~ so I'm going to hold off on any other gaming for now. If there is no interest in me running a game, then I may be available in the future.

Enjoy! :)
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looks like nweltes game is cancelled for tonight

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Cool!
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Aethelrand's new roman ensemble:

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Cool Slimy

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Great game guys. And awesome map Kayolan!
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Lots of fun, can't believe you guys did so much in such a short amount of time. The raid on Alfis's hideout was awesomely done.

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Here is a list of the treasure you found in Alfis's hideout (you will gain XP on a 1 gp equals 1 point scale if you get the treasure to a secure location):

1,510 gp
490 sp
230 cp
silver-plated statue of a dog, worth 50 gp

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Kayolan wrote:Lots of fun, can't believe you guys did so much in such a short amount of time. The raid on Alfis's hideout was awesomely done.
That really was amazing. We did an entire dungeon containing 23 opponents with just three PCs (+ Buttercup ;) ). And it all started with those two sniped arrow shots from the woods into the two front door guardians. Boom! Head shot. Boom! Head shot. :lol:

Great fun, guys

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Glad you guys had a great game. I had to do Dinner & Downton with the Mrs. :?

Want to hear about it? :lol:
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Sure! :P
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slimykuotoan wrote:Sure! :P
Ha. Great show for sure!

I won't be able to game this coming Sat night. Father in law party as he turns 90!

Drinks and dancing with a room full of Lithuanians! ;)

Hmm, mebbe I take my laptop and sneak into the coat room for some gaming!!

Anyway, praps Kayo could run the game Fri. Otherwise, have a great session youse guys!

Rhu. :P
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Hey guys, wasn't around on Friday but I can run it tonight.

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And don't forget to post a picture of yourselves in my thread in the Open Discussion forum!! :mrgreen:
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Game tonight guys?
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slimykuotoan wrote:Game tonight guys?
Yep :)

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:) !!!
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Sir Landon's home:

AETHLRAND & MARTH
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
an open lamp made of silver, worth 50 gp
silverware set for 20 people, worth 200 gp
silken dress, worth 50 gp (taken by Marth)

5 belts
20-foot-square canvas
10 leather flasks
9 empty metal flasks
1 empty glass flask
10 sheets of vellum
iron holy symbol of Onen
5 empty large sacks
a pair of shoes
2 whet stones
light mace
a pair of heavy boots
small cauldron
3 sets of manacles
two shovels
a satchel holding 10 sets of knucklebone dice
24 torches
20-foot length of chain
mule skull
saddle
13 unholy symbols (daggers)
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This game is sooo much fun. Many, many thanx guys.
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Yeah, the game has been a blast, glad we started it.

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slimykuotoan wrote:This game is sooo much fun. Many, many thanx guys.
Great stuff. What I liked this session was the way Kayolan wove a little mini story into the encounter. It's not just an ogre with some goblins. It's a boastful ogre, who's eating some of the mysterious creatures we seek. Maybe he has valuable information, we think (but then killed him before we could find out ;) ). Or the dying dryad as the initiator of the quest. It's those touches which really brings alive a hex crawling session...plus more frogs! :lol:

That map is really starting to open up. Next stop, Aufsfrag

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Aramis wrote:Next stop, Aufsfrag
Hmm...
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Two things we will be doing next, initiative btb and encumbrance btb.

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This should be interesting. I haven't done encumbrance since the 1st print and then after they made some adjustments, so I look forward to having another look at this. :P
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Lol, I actually started calculating mine last night before I saw this message.
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Oh, btw Kayolan ~ which PH encumbrance rules. It looks like the EVs are the same from 1st print to 5th, but somewhere along the way ~ TLG improved the rules on this, so I assume one of the later books is OK.

Thanks. :)
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Rhuvein wrote:Oh, btw Kayolan ~ which PH encumbrance rules. It looks like the EVs are the same from 1st print to 5th, but somewhere along the way ~ TLG improved the rules on this, so I assume one of the later books is OK.

Thanks. :)
Actually, I'm using the 3rd printing phb for this game. Not sure if that is different than the 1st or 2nd printing.

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