We have styling in the back log and dark mode would just be one style.
Yes, I use this, too. Mine is called Dark Reader. But deactivate it during e-mail group messaging@Rardian it's a chrome darkviewer plugin
Hey Stephan, I have been giving it some thought. I enjoy using my old characters (who are legendary status), as key NPC's in my campaigns. (It worked well as my players had knowledge of these old PC's having played with them in the past). However, now I want to re-introduce them in a whole new light, as I will not have the same players as before, and they will not have any knowledge of them, except whatever lore I give them. I have a Dungeon in mind, am mapping it out as we speak. I also am trying to write a short story about my old adventures, so I can use it as lore for the next gen. When I have something more concrete I will absolutely share. Thank you for the birthday wishes. The big 50 was quiet this year, as it should be.Happy Birthday, Tamra!
Have you started your new campaign yet? I would love to read about it.
Happy Birthday, Paul! I hope you have a blast of a day.Hello my name is Paul and I haven't GM'd in a long time though I am currently world building my own fantasy setting and want to get myself setup to reduce the administrative overhead of running a campaign.
Started actually playing with AD&D but migrated to MERP and finally to Rolemaster. Our group played regularly together throughout high school, college and our early careers. My favorite system for "stock" fantasy RPG is and will probably always be RMSS.
But as far as a targeted system, Ars Magica is hard to top.
My favorite die is the 2xd10 for d100. Specifically these speckled translucent white and gold pair that had a knack for rolling open ended whenever I *absolutely* needed them to.
Other RPG games I GMd were Star Wars (WEG, WEG 2ed, d20 and Saga)
My dream goal would be to basically have never-ending solo game sessions in my own worlds that I record as books.
Will it work?
No idea but it will be fun to try!
My own Amazon short story was published off of an RPG setting world I created.
Happy Birthday, Andy! I hope you had a great year.Hi my name is Andy and am from Boston, MA, USA. I’ve played D&D since I was a pre-teen but over the years have managed to be in only a few games. I GMed for over 15 yrs but only several times, finding it difficult to form a group for various reasons. I have run 2 successfully, a homebrew Forgotten Realms game in 3.5 and Tyranny of Dragons in 5E. My other games all fizzled early and I tend to bite off more than I can chew in picking epic-length adventure cycles. My favorite games are Mage the Ascension, D&D 3.5, Pathfinder, 13th Age and Fading Suns. My only significant experience is in D&D 3.5 and Pathfinder 1st Ed. 5E is not quite to my liking and 4E not at all, preferring both editions of Pathfinder and 13th Age.
My adventures have always lacked flair and creativity and am hoping to change that. My other hobbies are writing screenplays and fan fiction novels. At this point in my life, I feel I must improve my writing skills especially for adventures or else pick a new hobby other than RPGs, but have no idea what else to do for recreational human interaction.
I’d very much like to run a game finishing a story arc of significant length for Mage, 13th Age or Fading Suns over a few months before my adventuring days end. Groups seem to break apart much faster these days and gathering an in-person group seems very hard now, so I’m open to receiving tips about how to roundup a group for a few months. I’d rather not do an online game but more and more that seems to be the direction in which everyone’s going
My favorite die is d20 but feel d12 is a totally underused die.
So happy to hear that it works!
I love Firefly, it's been a while since I last watched it. Maybe it's time for a re-watch I haven't seen Expanse, will have to look it up.
Oh no, after all that work and just to shelve a project... so sad. I hope she's still writing.
Would love to take a look if you don't mind sharing your author name?