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I give your game two thumbs up! By the way… “Iz” your beholder NPC sounds familiar! You didn’t happen get him from Dungeons and Dragons Eberon Online? because I believe there is a beholder by that name in a quest involving beholders in a bar that challenge your party to a drinking contest.
Wow! That “Four Horses of the Apocalypse” flash animation you have on the Rough Rider’s page is fantastic! That may be the best use of flash that I have here-to-fore seen on the Portal. Kudos!
Just came here from the forums to check out your campaign, as you requested. I have to say, it seems like a fun game! I kind of dig your wiki, as it makes judicious use of what is already out there as far as flavor data, like the calendar and whatnot.
Anyway, a fine campaign, VociferousUrsus! Good gaming to you and your noble crew of players!
Wyrmshadow Campaign Setting
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
I think it would be cool if we did a forum post where each session had a number and then a corresponding thread that we can all add to.
At the end of game, Mike throws up a “Session 7” thread in the forums with any notes he may have made. Then, we all have a week to flesh it out and add details about what happened, how our characters felt, what their motivations are, and how that session affected them (or, in some cases, didn’t affect them). The following game day we edit the Session 7 recap into a word file, make it a little more cohesive, and then add to the adventure log.
How did we want to write up the Sessions? Did we want to take turns having each character write something from their point of view, have it all from the same person (including DM), or just have it free for all? I’m down for either option.
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