Monday Wilderlands, The Slavelords.

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Re: Monday Wilderlands, The Slavelords.

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I thought we were not gaming, but since I have no plans to go out, I will keep on "eye" on this. So for those who can game, please post that you can, and if we have 4 or more, we'll game.

As for next Monday, I am driving home from Vegas. So I give my being home in time to run the game a 50/50 chance.
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i thought we were gaming. it was last week that people were out (Christmas Eve)

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Ah, OK. Then I will plan on running the game tonight.
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 may be up to half an hour late, but he WILL be showing up.

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Titania Lefey wrote:Treebore may be up to half an hour late, but he WILL be showing up.
I'll keep checking back.

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Titania Lefey wrote:Treebore may be up to half an hour late, but he WILL be showing up.
Thanks, TL.

I'm finishing up with dinner and clean up and will check-in, in a little while.

Happy New Year to you and your family!

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Enough of us made it that we did play. We ended with about 44 orcs down on their hands and knee's, quaking in fear of the all mighty and terrifying Dethain, their chieftain and two ogres laying dead on the ground.
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Sorry I missed the game guys. I went out with the family for New Years and didn't get home until 3 in the morning. See you next game.

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Remember, I give myself a 50/50 chance of getting home in time to run the game tomorrow.
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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Sorry, I won't be able to make the game ~ gotta work! See y'all next time.

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We ended up staying at least one extra day in Vegas due to several of us being ill. Since the internet access here sucks butt I will not be running the game. With how much it drops my connection I would just end up getting pissed and killing off PC's in frustration.
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:We ended up staying at least one extra day in Vegas due to several of us being ill. Since the internet access here sucks butt I will not be running the game. With how much it drops my connection I would just end up getting pissed and killing off PC's in frustration.
Hope everyone feels better.

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Rigon wrote:
Treebore wrote:We ended up staying at least one extra day in Vegas due to several of us being ill. Since the internet access here sucks butt I will not be running the game. With how much it drops my connection I would just end up getting pissed and killing off PC's in frustration.
Hope everyone feels better.

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Patrick is, my wife still feels pretty rough.
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If this flu follows the same pattern it has with the rest of my family, and so far it has, I won't be able to run a game this Monday. You guys may want to consider a pick up game.
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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Hope y'all feel better! :)
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My home is under siege by the flu. While I feel fine, I may be coping with sick children and ER visits if my son doesn't start drinking his fluids. In short, I will most likely be absent from the game.

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nwelte1 wrote:My home is under siege by the flu. While I feel fine, I may be coping with sick children and ER visits if my son doesn't start drinking his fluids. In short, I will most likely be absent from the game.
Hope everyone gets better.

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nwelte1 wrote:My home is under siege by the flu. While I feel fine, I may be coping with sick children and ER visits if my son doesn't start drinking his fluids. In short, I will most likely be absent from the game.
As nasty as this flu has been for my family at ages 16 to 46, I think it would be scary as hell with kids your age. Hope it all ends well.
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Sorry guys. Came down with something nasty last night. Been sleeping most of today and feel like hell. Josh, I seriously doubt I will be better tomorrow, so will very likely miss your game too.
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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Feel better.

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Rigon wrote:Feel better.

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I'd just like for my family to quit getting sick so damn often. Seems like something nasty has been going through my family every two weeks for the last couple of months.
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While I woke up sick today, to the point I slept for over 13 hours, I do think I will be well enough to finally run the game tomorrow. I hope everyone else can make it too.
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I'm planning on it.

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I'm still sick today, but I feel well enough to run the game. So plan on gaming!
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I will there but might be a little late. Have to take my daughter to soccer practice. I should be online around 7:30.

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I wont be able to make tonight's game, I got unexpected family stuff going on here. Someone can play my character if they like.

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Sorry, I won't be able to make the game tonight. :(

Hope y'all have a great session.

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Well, they killed the Slavelord "leader" for Highport, and are now mopping up. Found out the Ring of Shooting Stars is devastatingly powerful, but only under the night sky, not underground. So while I would have killed Gavriel and taken Demko down for 72 HP, upon further careful reading Aramis pointed out the Ring does not have that power while underground, so have to redo that whole combat, with Gavriel back alive. Fortunately we had only begun the second round by the time the mistake was figured out.
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Fun session last night, Treebore. You did a good job portraying the motivations of the orc tribe.

The description of the ring's powers is mucho confusing but I think we stumbled on the answer. Once Gavriel was turned to ash and Demko was down to 7 HPs, with the enemy fighters moving in for the kill, and with no more front line fighters for us, even my simple arithmetic summed that up as TPK, so I was sufficiently motivated to have a look at the description :lol:

Hopefully we can get some info from one of these remaining guys as to where the next module is before Gavriel and Demko kill them all!

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Aramis wrote:Fun session last night, Treebore. You did a good job portraying the motivations of the orc tribe.

The description of the ring's powers is mucho confusing but I think we stumbled on the answer. Once Gavriel was turned to ash and Demko was down to 7 HPs, with the enemy fighters moving in for the kill, and with no more front line fighters for us, even my simple arithmetic summed that up as TPK, so I was sufficiently motivated to have a look at the description :lol:

Hopefully we can get some info from one of these remaining guys as to where the next module is before Gavriel and Demko kill them all!
Thanks. As long as no more bodies get burned to a crisp you will get a lead. You would have gotten several leads in the leaders room, but its hard to read pieces of ash. :D Either way, you would have ended up in the same place, just with more info in the leaders room. So no real harm done. As long as you recover this lead. ;)
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