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2 hours ago, haldir said:

Apologies, I'm behind. Tonight's my last night of a 8 day run at work (gotta love vacations.....). Hoping to get a post up today or tomorrow.

 

thanks!

 

No worries, I know how that goes!

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As I posted in my other currently running game here, I'd like to see if this one is worth continuing. I felt like it petered out a bit with my delays & such. I'd like it to continue but if not I totally understand.

 

thanks!

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<snort> HuhwhatyeahI'mawake... I'm awake <cough>

 

As fun as it would be to be able to claim I once played in a game that never got out of the starting tavern, it also seems kind of just a bit too pathetic, lol...

 

So, which one of us was playing the 2000-year-old android psychokineticist starship pilot again?

 

 

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On 7/18/2017 at 6:32 PM, Mad Jack said:

 

 

So, which one of us was playing the 2000-year-old android psychokineticist starship pilot again?

 

 

 

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HINT: It's the barkeep............

 

Ok I'll have a updated post up later today for everyone.

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Apologies, post will happen tomorrow morning after work. Spent close to 2 hours at the phone store this afternoon due to the clerk mixed up my wife's & my numbers... It was busy as all hell but I kept having that feeling of being less important then the next customer.

 

Definitely not a good way to start a service. Just glad i don't have to deal with them when using the phone.

 

Afterwards, I showed my wife how to use her's. Big upgrade from her previous phone.

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Whew! Now that my long @$$ "week" shift is over at work (well 1 more night but whose counting),  I wanna get this one going again. If anyone still wants to re-start this one again. I'm hoping to get a post up today but by Friday the latest!

 

With ReaperCon out of the way this year, I need my fix of DMing 5e so I'd really like to get this one going again.

 

thanks!

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I'm hoping not have any lengthy delays myself. As my pbp games are my gaming these days If anything I see the only delay on my part at the end of January next year as I may attend the Las Vegas Open, but right now I'm leaning toward a no. As I've said to people at ReaperCon & here, my sit down group disbanded in 2000 & I haven't been able to find anyone locally that plays. I know there are people who play as the local card shop guy has people buying up the prepainted Wizkids D&D figures & he recently added the unpainted & a few Pathfinder Battles to his shelves. He also does orders for D&D books as well. I guess not having a actual game store/central location is probably the biggest hurdle here. When there was a New Age shop that sold D&D products (well that & having a cute daughter of said new age shop) that is where I was able to form my 2nd group (aka out of High School) of gamers. 

 

Will get a new post up tonight or tomorrow at the latest!

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Ok I posted earlier tonight but if you read it then, I went in & redid what I posted. A little more info inregards to background events & such. I've gotta get myself familiar with the adventure again!!

 

I was reading a little bit of the adventure before going to sleep tonight. Again, the party can do whatever it feels like but I just wanted to address the current posts like Jack's going out to see the locals & Dilvish's wanting to retire for the evening. It is around 1 or 2 pm. Jack's journey will take about 4 hrs.

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