Hello all! I hope you guys had a wonderful Christmas; I know I did. I’ve been very much looking forward to playing ol’ Ser again, but I regret that I won’t be able to make it today. My brother’s in town for the holidays, and I don’t get to see him that often, so I had to make a choice: D&D that happens twice a month, or Brother that happens twice a year. Naturally, I’m choosing the latter.
If all goes well, and I see no reason why it oughtn’t, I’ll be at Imperial Outpost in two weeks, ready to lay some Eladrin smack-down with the group. Cheers, and happy New Year!
I’m sorry for the late notice, but I don’t think I’ll be able to make it this week, either. I’m coming down with a pretty bad cold (judging from the guys at work I got it from), and I could make it tonight, but I would probably get all of you very sick, so I’m going to do the responsible thing and stay home this week.
The question is, do we push one week, and do this again next Wednesday, or do we push two weeks until our next regularly scheduled game?- Matt
Personally, I vote for gaming one week from today, but that’s a bit selfish of me. Still, my vote is cast…
JONATHAN BUSY/ MATT SICK
No worries, we’ll get the monsters next time.
Either +1 week or +2 weeks is OK with me. Just schedule it on OP and I will RSVP and come. As far as the schedule goes, I know I struggle to get their by 6 PM with my commute, but I would like to suggest that we have a firm start time (whatever time that is) and then allow those who are late to join in when they get there. Getting there an hour before start time and waiting for straggling players is frustrating for the early comers making them come later (lather – rinse – repeat).