Yaztromo wrote:Stardust http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stardust_(2007_film) looks like a reasonably Caliar=esque movie, with Captain Shakespeare and his flying ship...
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,Thorf wrote:And the great thing is, as a DM you can actually bring Captain Shakespeare and his flying ship into Calidar to use in your campaign as is, by means of the Vortex. Obviously issues of copyright prevent this kind of thing from happening in the published books, but there's nothing to stop individual DMs from doing it in their own campaigns.
Ambreville wrote:Fun discussion here about the Dread Lands...
Yaztromo wrote:Christmas-themed Lao Kwei adventure: in the cold north pole area of Lao Kwei there is one of the many dead cities abandoned ages ago.
However, once a year in a specific time, there is a odd time distorsion and it is possible seeing part of the city shining as it used to be before its desctruction.
A bit of investigation will help solving the puzzle: the city used to be dedicated to manufacturing toys and other presents for a specific commercial occasion recurrent on a yearly basis and, solving the odd puzzle while exploring the various dedicated buildings, the characters triggered an automatic delivery of a useless (but branded) present to all children of the planet, including slaves...
Sturm wrote:Not played yet but I'd like to. I was also thinking it would be fun to create a live Roleplaying thread for Calidar, i.e. a way to roleplay without a DM and a planned adventure, maybe in the Calidar forum.
Big Mac wrote:I think you might mean "Play by Post".
Live roleplaying for Calidar would involve running around a field with rubber swords with spellcasters shouting spells at other players. (Both things could be run.)
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