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Hey it's like 10 to 1 PM central - and I'm only one on ridgevale room - did this get moved to another time or room?
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Jon room #cc the shorter name makes chat commands easier, sorry
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Another good session. Vestinious and Meepo you characters get 585 XP make sure to not it. Will have the log posted tomorrow. On and I forgot one this the druid had some other equipment, remind me to tell you what it is for next time.
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vestin, what happened? I could have sworn you said you were going to make it.

It was fun. I lost track of a whole hour I got so absorbed into what was going on. Looking forward to the next one.
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I am enjoying your game enormously Kyle!

Looking forward to future sessions.
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Kyle,

Another great session. I was on the edge of my seat the entire day - especially with the way the die bot was going. PC = crap CK = high. That is until the last moment, when I miraculously sunk two arrows into the back of the fleeing stranger and dealt some nice damage to bring him down.

Thanks to Grimaryl and Devoni for some outstanding role-playing. I think we are working well together as a team.

I missed the other players, but I understand things can get in the way. I was almost late - my son was coming to visit from college and I thought we were going out to lunch. When I told my wife I would really like to be home by 2, she said we would just eat at home then. I got to play on time, and saved money in the process.

I probably should have made this into 4 short posts to increase my number of posts and improve my standing, but I don't care about that anymore.
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Who am I kidding, I don't want to be a Skobbit forever
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I look forward to seeing Kyle's recap and update.
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Wow, I still have a long way to go to earn another level of posting.

Maybe I can reach 50 before too long.
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Kyle, see if you can join the Skype/maptool game listed in this forum. Maybe we will then be able to turn around and do it with your game. He wants to do bi-weeklt and week nights. Hope you can do it!
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I am looking at Skype, but just started school 3 weeks ago and am a little busy. The good news is I've almost finished the latest journal entry of the last two sessions. Its quite lengthy, but you guys have done alot. The chat log hasn't been published because I used my new computer for last session and it doesn't have a pdf converter, it will be up soon. Right now I am preparing for a playtest tomorrow and trying to slog my way through The Stand by Stephen King. Glad you guys are having fun, I really enjoy running the game, plus if I get a good after I graduate this is one game I know I can still play.

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That is true. This is one game that moving can't kill.
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The room is #cc where are you Treebore, we need our Paladin!
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And our fighter! Meepo!
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Anothe rgood session guysm thanks! Both chat logs of the last 2 sessions ar eposted on my website:
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Combat_Kyle wrote:
Anothe rgood session guysm thanks! Both chat logs of the last 2 sessions ar eposted on my website:
http://kbdekker.googlepages.com/chatlogs

Ditto - lots of great fun! I think the role-playing went well. At least we didn't have to fight a mean dice-bot this week
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So who's going to make it this weekend?

BTW, I haven't "seen" Vestinious anywhere. I hope he is OK. I even sent him a PM or two with no response.
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I will be there, of course, Its going to be comabt heavy, I hope you don't mind.
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Depends on the dice bot.
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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I am planning on being there - though I may be a little late. My wife will be getting back from her teachers' convention Saturday and will probably want to go out to lunch on Sunday.

Regardless, I will be there ASAP.
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Hey with Vesti and now Meepo bailing can my 14 year old daughter join? We would have separate laptops on a wireless. Our language has been plenty clean and my daughter deals with adult content just fine (not xxx, but slavery, cruelty, theft, etc) Plus if your ever worried about content coming up you could always ask me.
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THe more the merrier!
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Hey everyone -

I just realized I missed yesterday's game.
My apologies, - my dissertation deadline was today and I've spent every spare moment editing, colating and compiling bibliography for the past week and a half, and just about everything else left my mind. I WILL be back next time!

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No problme, dissertations are abig deal, you had a great excuse.
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You missed an ugly one. Your friggin Illusionist was kickin some butt with his staff! His spells sucked, but his staff was wicked! Plus the cleric literally got her head bashed in with a crit. I won't talk about how much the dice bot screwed with my Paladin.
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Treebore wrote:
You missed an ugly one. Your friggin Illusionist was kickin some butt with his staff! His spells sucked, but his staff was wicked! Plus the cleric literally got her head bashed in with a crit. I won't talk about how much the dice bot screwed with my Paladin.

The die-bot screwed us all. I fired 8 arrows at +5 at a guy I figure was AC12 and only got one hit!

And every time Mr. Biggs swung his axe, it was a vicious hit. Three swings, three dead adventurers.

I'm just glad he called it quits before killing me.
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I'm going to have to read through the transcripts, I can't remember the last time my Paladin rolled a successful to hit.

Plus Biggs did miss once. The first time he swung at Glarion. Then he made up for the miss by following with a crit.

Yeah, Biggs was nasty. Doing 3d4+7, meaning 10 is the minimum damage he could possibly do, will definitely mess up a group of first and second level characters. His average is 13 or 14 damage. So he took me to -2 with his first hit, then when I got healed to 3 or 4 his follow up hit took me completely out. I only got to swing at him once? Maybe twice? 12 was the best the die bot let me get.

If we had actually been able to hit him things would have probably gone better. But the dice bot keeps screwing us.

I tell you one thing, that dice bot is making me consider believing people do influence what their favorite dice do roll.
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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I"ve got to go to a dog show this weekend? Up in Phoenix?! Won't be home untill late Sunday night? Crap! We'll miss our Sunday chat game.

Then my wife hands me the premiums so I can look at show times. I notice the premium is dated October 21 and 22.

Whew!! Its not THIS weekend but next weekend! So we'll be there!
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.
Sounds obvious to me! -Gm Michael

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Treebore wrote:
I"ve got to go to a dog show this weekend? Up in Phoenix?! Won't be home untill late Sunday night? Crap! We'll miss our Sunday chat game.

Then my wife hands me the premiums so I can look at show times. I notice the premium is dated October 21 and 22.

Whew!! Its not THIS weekend but next weekend! So we'll be there!

We'll look forward to seeing you there!

Do you show your dogs, or enjoy watching others?
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My wife likes to show/breed Borzoi. I'm just the driver. Feeder. Etc...
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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