Ye_Old_Wiseman

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About Ye_Old_Wiseman

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  • Birthday 07/17/90

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    I enjoy long walks on the beach...Whilst hunting for TREASURE! I play Razig's Revenge in Warlord, and will soon be picking up the Crusader set as well. I'v been playing RPG's for a long time. I Play Warmachine and Hordes as well. Im an able artist, and game desinger. (Currently working on a Self contained Pirate game) <br />...but thats not here or there...<br />*Swigs Grog*<br />
  1. So I just got into Warlord, like, yesterday. I picked up Razig's crew and the rulebook. So reading all the rules and checking out all the Minatures, it seems to me that a person could play a fantastic Troop Based RPG with the game. Like in Warcraft, Characters and troops go through the map fighting monsters and the opposing faction. With the Generic stats in the back of the book, this would be very easy. So have two opposing players, and a "GM" of sorts. Each player uses a warband of his/her choosing, then roam the tabletop fighing the "GM's" Mosters to gain level ups, and special items. (Set up by the "GM") So then the game becomes more of an RPG than a fullout Tabletop battle. The only thing not included in the core rulebook is a "Leveling-up" system of experence. (Unless I missed it) Just an idea, this is what I'm gunna do when I get a campaing togeather with my buddies.
  2. So I just got into Warlord, like, yesterday. I picked up Razig's crew and the rulebook. So reading all the rules and checking out all the Minatures, it seems to me that a person could play a fantastic Troop Based RPG with the game. Like in Warcraft, Characters and troops go through the map fighting monsters and the opposing faction. With the Generic stats in the back of the book, this would be very easy. So have two opposing players, and a "GM" of sorts. Each player uses a warband of his/her choosing, then roam the tabletop fighing the "GM's" Mosters to gain level ups, and special items. (Set up by the "GM") So then the game becomes more of an RPG than a fullout Tabletop battle. The only thing not included in the core rulebook is a "Leveling-up" system of experence. (Unless I missed it) Just an idea, this is what I'm gunna do when I get a campaing togeather with my buddies.