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Post by BlackBat242 » Thu Feb 08, 2018 4:54 am

Big Mac wrote:I am more into Billy Joel than Bruce Springsteen, but I mostly think of Billy Joel busking at this London Underground station.

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Post by S'mon » Fri Feb 09, 2018 12:57 am

BlackBat242 wrote:
Big Mac wrote:I am more into Billy Joel than Bruce Springsteen, but I mostly think of Billy Joel busking at this London Underground station.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6T2B3Vhtzk

:P :mrgreen: :lol:
That was terrible. I had to play some Sabaton to get the taste out. :lol:

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Post by Big Mac » Sat Feb 10, 2018 11:10 am

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Big Mac wrote:So how do you do 3 tables of Wilderlands games...at the same time? That sounds like hard work to me. :o
I have two vassal GMs... I mean co-GMs... running adventures taking place at the same time, in world and IRL. So each game table represents an area of the campaign map: https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-_zdfAcMibV0/ ... BHills.jpg

My core area is around Selatine village, but I'm currently running a side quest at the Stone Tooth near Highhaven, the amazon fortress. The other GMs are running material around the villages of Bratanis and (just starting) Kalmisj.
Ah. If they are playing in slightly different areas, I can see how it would be easier to avoid stepping on each other's toes.
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Big Mac wrote:Is your massive multi-table multi-GM game like a mini version of the RPGA?
I think they run the same adventure at different tables? So no, definitely not like that. As David's group kills named NPCs in the Sunless Citadel near Bratanis, I cross off those NPCs in my copy of Sunless Citadel.
Gotcha. So you would then be running a slightly different adventure in the same area.

Do you also take account of other things (like a PC fighting an NPC, but not killing them)?
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Big Mac wrote:I heard that Dave Arneson had different groups of gamers competing against each other. And I've heard the legendary "Head of Vecna" multi-group Greyhawk story. Do you do things like that, that merge plotlines together?
We do some crossover elements, eg the hobgoblins Chris107's online PC Mordred battled in Stonehell Dungeon near Selatine are the same hobgoblin faction the PCs in David's game have been fighting against near Bratanis. We discuss plot elements. Tom's Kalmisj came will likely involve Black Sun cultists, a faction IMC the older online PCs like Chris107's Hakeem Godslayer have battled for years. On Sunday Tom and me discussed the Black Sun & Neo-Nerathi, their ethos etc.

Competing against each other - only when my son Bill (10) is playing, he's a one man faction! :lol: He certainly keeps life interesting for the other PCs, online & offline. Normally the PC groups are adventurer groups more or less good guys, and a major conceit is that PCs should be able to move from group to group.
That does sound well organised.

So how many times have players moved PCs from one group to another?

I think if I was in that situation, I would probably want to maintain the continuity of working with other PCs, and would be less inclined to move, unless other things in my life forced me to change to another gaming day.
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Big Mac wrote:Oh, do you like any campaign settings other than WIlderlands?

And do you like more than one of the Wilderlands variants?
I recently ran a Karameikos/Mystara campaign for two years or so 2015-2017 http://smonskarameikos.blogspot.co.uk/, I ran two Golarion campaigns 2014-2017 http://smonscurseofthecrimsonthrone.blogspot.co.uk/and a major 5.5 year Forgotten Realms campaign 2011-2016 - http://frloudwater.blogspot.co.uk/
I've also enjoyed running Gygax's Yggsburgh and expanding that world, along with Rob Conley's Points of Light. I'm currently running a fortnightly side campaign in the 4e Nentir Vale setting. And a solo Council of Wyrms game with Bill - he sure loves being a red dragon. :lol: And I had a homebrew setting I ran 1986 to around 2006. I've run some Greyhawk, but it's never been a big thing for me.

Wilderlands is my big thing since 2006, though it took several years to learn how to run it right. The current campaign really started I'd say with 10 sessions of 1e AD&D in 2013, but only really with the 5e reboot in Jan 2015 did it take off.
I can't get that third blog to work (the frloudwater one). :?

You might want to think about adding links to your blogs to your Piazza signature. That way, anyone who likes what you are talking about, can check out your games.

There is a Nentir Vale forum at The Piazza. Zeromaru X is the biggest Nentir Vale expert I know. I'd love to see you taking about your Nentir Vale games with him. He is a real walking encyclopedia! :)

The same goes for Council of Wyrms where Coronoides is dropping a lot of topics about the setting.

I've seen Yggsburgh mentioned and I know that Rob Conley's Points of Light has at least a couple of topics, but unlike Mystara, Forgotten Realms and Pathfinder Campaign Setting, they don't have bespoke forums at The Piazza (yet). (Maybe, if you like those settings, you could drop one or two topics in Other Worlds and increase the chances those settings will win their own forums. :D )
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Post by Big Mac » Sat Feb 10, 2018 11:21 am

S'mon wrote:Wilderlands variants - not really, I like Bob Bledsaw's stuff and some of the 3e WoHF best. I tend to play up the sci-fi/sword & planet stuff a bit, Flash Gordon's Mongo especially is an influence, whereas Conley & Mishler seem to have more historical and traditional high-fantasy takes on the setting. Conley's mythic-Russian "Wild North" in Fight On! #3 was about the opposite of how I'd have done the area beyond Valon. If anything I get more influence from Golarion, which is more of a pulp-influenced setting (no transgender dwarf shaman PCs IMC yet, though).

For me the core of the setting is 1970s sword & sorcery pulp literature, which edges into early '80s films - as well as the 1981 Flash Gordon and (obviously) Conan the Barbarian, all the cheesy post-Conan stuff like Beastmaster, Deathstalker, The Warrior & the Sorceress et al. I love worldbuilding off that stuff! :lol:
I've kind of gone the other way, as I like Spelljammer and like to play down the science fiction stuff for that setting, but I am a science fiction fan too an like to watch things like Flash Gordon and Conan the Barbarian.

There do seem to be some RPG settings that are a lot better at combining fantasy and science fiction elements.
S'mon wrote:I guess by now my Wilderlands is its own thing, "S'mon's Wilderlands" I call it on the Facebook group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1736925893237128/ - you can join if you'd like to see how the multi-GM, multi-party, multi-platform (pub table & computer) :) thing works in practice.
Thanks for the offer. :)

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Post by Dread Delgath » Mon Feb 12, 2018 6:13 pm

Welcome, S'Mon! :mrgreen:
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Post by S'mon » Sat Feb 17, 2018 12:52 am

Dread Delgath wrote:Welcome, S'Mon! :mrgreen:
Thanks! :cool:

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Post by S'mon » Sat Feb 17, 2018 12:56 am

Big Mac wrote: Do you also take account of other things (like a PC fighting an NPC, but not killing them)?

So how many times have players moved PCs from one group to another?
I'm not sure why PCs fighting but no t killing an NPC would matter to different PCs?

I can only recall for sure 1 PC, a Warlock, moved from my group to David's when David started. Plus the GMs can use their PCs (when they played with me) as NPC backup for the PCs in their group, David did that.

As you said, players normally prefer to stick with one GM & group if possible.

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Post by zontoxira » Sat Feb 17, 2018 11:38 am

S'mon wrote:3 tables at a pub in London this Sunday
I'm struggling to get 3 players at the same table :lol: :lol: Good on you mate!
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Post by S'mon » Fri Feb 23, 2018 12:20 am

zontoxira wrote:
S'mon wrote:3 tables at a pub in London this Sunday
I'm struggling to get 3 players at the same table :lol: :lol: Good on you mate!
Currently have 22 RSVP'd for this Sunday, all playing or GMing in my Wilderlands campaign. :cool: I decided to put an RSVP cap at 24 which would be a theoretical 7 players each for the 3 GMs, if everyone shows up. :o

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Post by Dalillama » Sun Mar 04, 2018 12:40 am

Hi, all. New to the board, found it when I was looking for Spelljammer stuff. I have a fondness for a lot of the over the top 80s RPG settings you just don't see as much these days: Spelljammer, Rifts, After the Bomb, Castle Falkenstein, that sort. I generally prefer GURPS as a system, and will port near anything to it.

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Welcome Dalillama!
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Welcome GURPS is my go-to for hard SF.
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Post by Coronoides » Sun Mar 11, 2018 7:05 am

Also welcome S'mon. I'm currently working on a 5e conversion of Council of Wryms and that generates a lot of material useful for the setting in any D&D edition. Both links in my signature feature rules for dragon PCs in 5e each with a slightly different 'take' but neither has reds :( .
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Post by Jasper » Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:12 am

Hi,
My name is Jasper. Been a lurker for a bit. As for gaming, I've been playing D&D since 1981 or so. Back then I had the Red Basic book and Blue Expert book and would get really confused when I tried to run a module like Sinister Secrets of Saltmarch which referred to things like Illusionists and Color Spray as I didn't understand there were two concurrent D&D systems lol.
My favourite D&D system by far is BECMI. Played a ton of 1rst Edition, some 2nd, a bit of 3rd, a fair bit of Pathfinder and no 4th or 5th though I hear 5th is good.
Played a ton of other RPGs - back in the day it was The Fantasy Trip (my first RPG actually), Car Wars, Twilight 2000, a ton of Rolemaster, various Palladium stuff, later on Vampire the Masquerade, Werewolf the Apocalypse, Fading Suns, Legends of the Five Rings, 7th Sea, Exalted, Scion. Sampled a lot of other games as well for briefer periods. I usually DM rather than play. Probably forgotten about others.
My favourite D&D setting is by far Mystara. Was upset when they switched it over to 2nd edition, much preferring BECMI. My favourite D&D Mystara module is X2: Castle Amber and my favourite setting is GAZ3 The Principalities of Glantri though most of my adventures were set in Karameikos simply for convenience (Karameikos allows Cleric, Halflings and Dwarves), besides that Karameikos is also a great setting.
I am currently on a Mystara/BECMI tear, inspired by Mr. Welch's recent YouTube postings reviewing old books. Been pouring over articles on the Vaults of Pandius and various other blogs and sites and yoinking various things in case I even run something there again.
So that's it for now. I've been compiling a few questions which I'll end up posting on the Mystara board at some point.
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Greetings and well met.

My name is Dimitri, I'm 38 and I currently live in the UK (soon to move to Edinburgh). I've been a role player for most of my life, since 1990 if memory serves, and I still play ad&d 2nd edition.

I love the Ravenloft setting, and close behind Forgotten Realms follows. I am currently running a campaign that is going on for almost 10 years, three different parties, 2 different countries, and these days it runs on roll20 (as most of us are scattered throughout the UK). It is a heavily modified Grand Conjunction campaign and we are on Feast of Goblyns (about in the middle).

I always loved settings that are dark, dank and horrible, like Call of Cthulhu, Little Fears, Vampire: The Dark Ages, Ars Magica and the likes. I like-nay-I love to incorporate and cross over stuff in my campaigns, having played in Planescape a long time ago as a player, and me and my party were switching worlds between our adventures.

I started collecting a lot of stuff when I moved in the UK from Greece, but nowdays I end up using them instead of just having them there, accumulating dust on a bookshelf.

I found The Piazza from Dragonsfoot, and I am quite happy to see other people being interested in the old d&d/ad&d as I am.

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Post by shesheyan » Wed Apr 18, 2018 11:53 am

Welcome Jasper and WBRB !

What is Grand Conjonction ?
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Post by Havard » Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:52 pm

Jasper wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:12 am
Hi,
My name is Jasper. Been a lurker for a bit. As for gaming, I've been playing D&D since 1981 or so. Back then I had the Red Basic book and Blue Expert book and would get really confused when I tried to run a module like Sinister Secrets of Saltmarch which referred to things like Illusionists and Color Spray as I didn't understand there were two concurrent D&D systems lol.
My favourite D&D system by far is BECMI. Played a ton of 1rst Edition, some 2nd, a bit of 3rd, a fair bit of Pathfinder and no 4th or 5th though I hear 5th is good.
Played a ton of other RPGs - back in the day it was The Fantasy Trip (my first RPG actually), Car Wars, Twilight 2000, a ton of Rolemaster, various Palladium stuff, later on Vampire the Masquerade, Werewolf the Apocalypse, Fading Suns, Legends of the Five Rings, 7th Sea, Exalted, Scion. Sampled a lot of other games as well for briefer periods. I usually DM rather than play. Probably forgotten about others.
My favourite D&D setting is by far Mystara. Was upset when they switched it over to 2nd edition, much preferring BECMI. My favourite D&D Mystara module is X2: Castle Amber and my favourite setting is GAZ3 The Principalities of Glantri though most of my adventures were set in Karameikos simply for convenience (Karameikos allows Cleric, Halflings and Dwarves), besides that Karameikos is also a great setting.
I am currently on a Mystara/BECMI tear, inspired by Mr. Welch's recent YouTube postings reviewing old books. Been pouring over articles on the Vaults of Pandius and various other blogs and sites and yoinking various things in case I even run something there again.
So that's it for now. I've been compiling a few questions which I'll end up posting on the Mystara board at some point.
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Hello Jasper! Great seeing a fellow Mystara fan here! I like many of the other games you mention as well. Would be great seeing discussions of RoleMaster, Fading Suns, L5R, 7th Sea, Exalted etc here too. We should have one or two threads about The Fantasy Trip here somewhere.

See you on the Mystara boards and elsewhere! :)

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Post by Havard » Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:54 pm

WhenBlackRosesBloom wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:34 am
Greetings and well met.

My name is Dimitri, I'm 38 and I currently live in the UK (soon to move to Edinburgh). I've been a role player for most of my life, since 1990 if memory serves, and I still play ad&d 2nd edition.
Welcome to The Piazza Dimitri! :)

I recall playing in Feast of Goblyns at one point myself. Don't worry I won't spoil anything! :)

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Welcome to all the newcomers! :D
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Post by WhenBlackRosesBloom » Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:29 pm

Thank you all!


Havard wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:54 pm
WhenBlackRosesBloom wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 4:34 am
Greetings and well met.

My name is Dimitri, I'm 38 and I currently live in the UK (soon to move to Edinburgh). I've been a role player for most of my life, since 1990 if memory serves, and I still play ad&d 2nd edition.
Welcome to The Piazza Dimitri! :)

I recall playing in Feast of Goblyns at one point myself. Don't worry I won't spoil anything! :)

-Havard
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To any of the newcomers who would be interested in a play-by-post game, I'm attempting to get one together, using my slight modification of 3.5 rules and incorporating material from several obscure books, such as Ghostwalk, Drow of the Underdark, Magic of Incarnum, Heroes of Horror, and the Stronghold Builder's Guidebook. Pm me if interested.

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Hello all...

I finally got around to setting up an account here. I am a one-time contributor to various TSR settings and rules-sets from 1994 - 2003 (roughly). I also popped up elsewhere.

I got my start playing RPGs with "Star Frontiers" and I never did play AD&D1 but instead stuck with D&D. These days, I regularly play using the D&D Rules Cyclopedia (DMing a campaign in my version of the Known World) and teh WEG D6 Star Wars rules. On the game design front, I mostly write bits and pieces for d20 Modern, a system I remain very fond of.

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Welcome aboard, Steve!

And a hearty "Welcome aboard" to all the other new members who've joined us since the move to the new server :)
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Post by BlackBat242 » Sat Apr 21, 2018 5:07 am

shesheyan wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 11:53 am
Welcome Jasper and WBRB !

What is Grand Conjonction ?
https://www.goodreads.com/series/148213 ... ion-series
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Post by shesheyan » Sat Apr 21, 2018 11:18 am

BlackBat242 wrote:
Sat Apr 21, 2018 5:07 am
shesheyan wrote:
Wed Apr 18, 2018 11:53 am
Welcome Jasper and WBRB !

What is Grand Conjonction ?
https://www.goodreads.com/series/148213 ... ion-series
Fascinating. Thanks for the link. ;)
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