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5 minutes ago, Cygnwulf said:

I don't mind it, but I tend to agree. I did several installs along the Maine coast, even tried fresh out of the pound and steamed lobster, and though, "eh, it's allright.... now for dinner, scallops!"

I do not disagree with your assessment of scallops.

 

have you tried clam cakes?

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Important things learned tonight:

 

1. Running a game with an eye toward publishing is completely different.

 

2. TIME is one of the things that is different.

 

3. Kids are BRUTAL when you ask for criticism.

 

4. Treasure and XP need to be BALANCED.

 

5. SKILLS! Have challenges beyond beating up lon the monsters.

 

Time. I was able to sneak in half a session of play last week. This week a full session finished off the tiny dungeon

 

One and a half sessions is either half a session too short or half a session too long.

 

Criticism. The kids want their skills to be used more. At no point did their skills come into play beyond search for traps, disarm trap, unlock chest. It was climb down the stairs, kill rats, smash wall, kill more rats, and open chest to get the treasure. The rogue was the only one rolling.

 

It was a bit humiliating to have 12 and 13 year olds telling me my scenario lacked depth. Not their words, but it's what they meant.

 

And they are right.

 

I made the mistake of thinking they are young, so they are dumb.

 

These are NOT stupid kids, none of them are.

 

Fortunately I rounded off before they actually left the dungeon, so adding a few things can be retconned in.

 

And I will let them know, this won't be a secret retcon.

 

I also really need to look at 5e, I still love Pathfinder 1, but it is going away as far as publishing goes, and I deeply loathe Pathfinder 2. So that leaves some OSR game or 5e. Smart money say 5e is the way to go. Plus DM's Guild seems like a more productive site to try than regular Drive Thru RPG.

 

And the system also changes Time.

 

Grump has a playtest criticism form, because OF COURSE he does, and I need to print them up for next week.

 

 

40 minutes ago, Cygnwulf said:

I don't mind it, but I tend to agree. I did several installs along the Maine coast, even tried fresh out of the pound and steamed lobster, and though, "eh, it's allright.... now for dinner, scallops!"

I have lived in Maine my entire life, and never had lobster until Grump insisted I take part in a clam bake.

 

They were okay, but not a fave, fried clams are awesome, but steamed clams are snot in a shell. :zombie:

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35 minutes ago, PaganMegan said:

Important things learned tonight:

 

1. Running a game with an eye toward publishing is completely different.

 

2. TIME is one of the things that is different.

 

3. Kids are BRUTAL when you ask for criticism.

 

4. Treasure and XP need to be BALANCED.

 

5. SKILLS! Have challenges beyond beating up lon the monsters.

 

Time. I was able to sneak in half a session of play last week. This week a full session finished off the tiny dungeon

 

One and a half sessions is either half a session too short or half a session too long.

 

Criticism. The kids want their skills to be used more. At no point did their skills come into play beyond search for traps, disarm trap, unlock chest. It was climb down the stairs, kill rats, smash wall, kill more rats, and open chest to get the treasure. The rogue was the only one rolling.

 

It was a bit humiliating to have 12 and 13 year olds telling me my scenario lacked depth. Not their words, but it's what they meant.

 

And they are right.

 

I made the mistake of thinking they are young, so they are dumb.

 

These are NOT stupid kids, none of them are.

 

Fortunately I rounded off before they actually left the dungeon, so adding a few things can be retconned in.

 

And I will let them know, this won't be a secret retcon.

 

I also really need to look at 5e, I still love Pathfinder 1, but it is going away as far as publishing goes, and I deeply loathe Pathfinder 2. So that leaves some OSR game or 5e. Smart money say 5e is the way to go. Plus DM's Guild seems like a more productive site to try than regular Drive Thru RPG.

 

And the system also changes Time.

 

Grump has a playtest criticism form, because OF COURSE he does, and I need to print them up for next week.

 

 

I have lived in Maine my entire life, and never had lobster until Grump insisted I take part in a clam bake.

 

They were okay, but not a fave, fried clams are awesome, but steamed clams are snot in a shell. :zombie:

Take the criticism as a lesson learned and do your rewrite.

From your description I see two options, and presenting a scenario that can be run either way adds value.

A.  Tighten it up a little so that it becomes a one shot/drop in module.

B.  Expand it enough so that it is two full playing sessions.  It can still become a drop in module, just one that will fill up more time in a longer campaign.

Don't get discouraged or give up.  It sounds like you have a group of really terrific and smart kids who can give you input beyond "this sucks" or some mumbled words to that effect.  Tell them that they are your Alpha Playtesters/lab rats.  And, that if published they will be receiving an acknowledgement for their participation in the polishing of this scenario.

Best of Luck

I'm probably going to want to see/purchase the finished product.

GEM

And yes, Fried Clams are indeed awesome.

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4 hours ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

If the lobster is rubbery that means it was overcooked.

 

 

Well, then apparently Carnival Cruise Lines and Red Lobster don't know how to cook lobster. I've had it twice, once through each, and both times it's been rubbery and flavorless. And if I'm spending that much money on something so small, it had better be good. Otherwise I'm just going to get a steak that's twice the size for less money.

 

2 hours ago, Cygnwulf said:

I don't mind it, but I tend to agree. I did several installs along the Maine coast, even tried fresh out of the pound and steamed lobster, and though, "eh, it's allright.... now for dinner, scallops!"

 

Eh. Me and scallops/clams/oysters/mussels don't get along very well either. Although in July at my sister's wedding they had little scallop-BLT things as an hors d'oeuvre for the reception. Those were very tasty. I did have a good experience with snails, too. The only thing that was off putting was their mildly gritty texture. But I've only had them once.

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1 hour ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

Take the criticism as a lesson learned and do your rewrite.

From your description I see two options, and presenting a scenario that can be run either way adds value.

A.  Tighten it up a little so that it becomes a one shot/drop in module.

B.  Expand it enough so that it is two full playing sessions.  It can still become a drop in module, just one that will fill up more time in a longer campaign.

Don't get discouraged or give up.  It sounds like you have a group of really terrific and smart kids who can give you input beyond "this sucks" or some mumbled words to that effect.  Tell them that they are your Alpha Playtesters/lab rats.  And, that if published they will be receiving an acknowledgement for their participation in the polishing of this scenario.

Best of Luck

I'm probably going to want to see/purchase the finished product.

GEM

And yes, Fried Clams are indeed awesome.

They know they are my guinea pigs. It's how I lured them away from Grump's game. ::): I just didn't expect intelligent feedback.

 

Grump has told me that it is MUCH easier to add than to subtract, and subtraction happens AFTER you have a working draft.

 

I'm still working on the first draft.

 

Did anyone ever make a table of how long most combats last in Pathfinder, by character level?

 

I am thinking it gets longer between 1 and 4, then drops around 5 and 6 as the wizards get their main combat spells, fireball and lightning bolt. Then starts climbing again.

 

Make that 5e instead of Pathfinder, I guess.

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1 hour ago, PaganMegan said:

 

Did anyone ever make a table of how long most combats last in Pathfinder, by character level?

 

Apparently someone has, for 5e anyway.

 

https://rpg.stackexchange.com/questions/93183/how-many-rounds-does-the-average-combat-encounter-last

 

There’s a lot of issues with these stats, some of which are pointed out by the person providing them. But until they run the next great D&D Census...ooo that sounds like fun...it’s probably better than nothing.

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11 hours ago, Doug Sundseth said:

 

My dad, myself, and my son all started out with blond hair as kids, which turned brown by the start of school. And my dad's beard is (was) red and mine was blond. And my beard went very white while my hair was still brown (now going gray).

 

10 hours ago, Kangaroorex said:

all of you people with hair drive me crazy.  I started going bald at 16.  my brother, on the other hand has a full head of hair and is going executive grey at the temples.  Its a good thing I like my brother...

 

 

I started out blonde, but then rather cleverly, I decided to have invisible hair.

Who would bother with lobster when you can have a nice bowl of crab?

 

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30 minutes ago, paintybeard said:

 

Who would bother with lobster when you can have a nice bowl of crab?

 

Another thing I can generally give a pass on. I'll eat it, but I won't eat a lot of it and it will not be my first choice. I'll eat the pants off of some shrimp and crawfish, though.

 

Imma just leave this here...

 

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Re: lobster - I keep wanting to like it, since I do luv me some tasty seafoods (I've never had so much food from the ocean as I have on our cruise and it was simply glorious). However, the couple times I've encountered it (mostly) whole, I've definitely found it to be rubbery and tough. It's been far more enjoyable when shredded and mixed into something else. Like pasta, for example. :wub:

 

Re: hair - I like my hair, it's always been darkish brown and never dyed (my hairdresser has told me she loves my 'virgin hair' :lol:). My dad has blonde highlights, my mom has red highlights; I got both! I occasionally find a single pure red or pure blonde hair, which is fun.

 

Less fun is the SINGLE super obvious eyebrow hair that spontaneously started growing in pure white last year. I mean, if there were a few that would be one thing, but nope, it's still just the one. :huh:

 

MrBoot also has brown hair, but his is very straight while mine's wavy. He's begun going gracefully silver just at the temples, and I think the look actually suits him rather nicely. 

 

9 hours ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

Hair.

those of you who saw me at ReaperCon saw a bleach bottle baby so I could do the Headmaster.

 

You were hands-down the BEST Dumbledore! You twinkled and everything! ^_^ :wub:

 

54 minutes ago, paintybeard said:

rather cleverly, I decided to have invisible hair.

 

This is my new favorite description of bald. :lol: I'm totally going to use that in a character description first chance I get.

 

Huzzah! 

--OneBoot :D 

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1 minute ago, OneBoot said:

Re: lobster - I keep wanting to like it, since I do luv me some tasty seafoods (I've never had so much food from the ocean as I have on our cruise and it was simply glorious). However, the couple times I've encountered it (mostly) whole, I've definitely found it to be rubbery and tough. It's been far more enjoyable when shredded and mixed into something else. Like pasta, for example. :wub:

 

Huzzah! 

--OneBoot :D 

 

So far, the only time I've found lobster edible is when I get it at The Melting Pot.. and then I am cooking it my own damn self, and if I screw it up, it's my fault.

 

... about the only way I'll eat it, TBH.

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I hate seafood.

The only thing emerging from the waters I like wears a bikini.

 

Got a case of the sniffles, knee is slowly feeling better.

Can't wait till next week, two weeks off and 8 days to Gran Canaria!

 

Waiting for a reaction on our offer for the house.

Today or tomorrow we'll know more.

 

Later today I'll be attending a goodbye reception for a fellow Warrant Officer.

We're good buddies, talked a lot about things, went to the gym etc, hate to see him go, but he's 60yrs old now and is going to retire.

We will stay in touch but due to the distance we won't be seeing each other I think.

He lives in Germany about 600km from my place.

I bought him a nice 12yr old single malt Glenfiddich.

 

 

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3 hours ago, Unruly said:
7 hours ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

If the lobster is rubbery that means it was overcooked.

 

 

Well, then apparently Carnival Cruise Lines and Red Lobster don't know how to cook lobster...

 

*** looks at maps ***

 

No good, the place is gone. It was either a Red Lobster or a chain called Pappadeux’s where I tried Lobster just that once. And I think they only served up  the stern section of the critter. 

 

Never again. 

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I had a nice evening of D&D tonight at the FLGS, for once I was on the player's side of the screen! We had one guy who wants to be a DM, so I found one of my AL mods that I was going to run if the players ever made new characters but with me on vacation 2 weeks ago, I let him run it instead. He said it went well so I gave him the 2nd part (which oddly I never really looked at....). There was fubar in terms of game scheduling last night so his game got put up but mine didn't. Thou, later mine did but I had already told the games coordinator at the store, I'll defer to his game instead. I signed up Tuesday afternoon for it.

 

I played a goblin barbarian, which oddly so far is a great choice. He is a quick strike melee person. Using goblin 5e racial, I can hide as a bonus & get advantage on every attack almost. Also we had to run through a horde of modrons tonight so again my goblin racial came in handy. I was able to Dash (2 moves at 30ft each) & bonus Disengage. I didn't get touched! Best part for me thou was we were at a vault door with a combination lock. I rolled Arcana check to figure it out & I was the highest (INT, not my dump stat, but pretty darn close. ::D:).

 

Also nice with all my DMing, I just told him, I'm using DM rewards making him 2nd level (it was 1-4 range adventure). DM said no worries, you've earned it. Fun stuff, I'll have to play him again.

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