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Topic: Learning Irish
Subject: heh


I get it.  I steal five minutes here and there all the time. 

Urgent care?  Hope everything is okay.



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 16:17:15.

Topic: Learning Irish
Subject: haha


Eol, I see you rolling up that XP!

If anyone else is on Duolingo and wants to add me as a friend, I'm HomebrewDad there. 



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 16:07:56.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: hah


See!



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 15:19:49.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: tortured???


It was a game.  Lighthearted fun.  Cheese.

No betrayals this time.  I mean, not by party members. 



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 15:08:26.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: ouch


You WOUND me, sir.

I'll have you know that this betrayal was the idea of the player, not me!  I only planned to torture her, thank you very much.



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 14:55:28.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: okay, look


I have done as much as an eight person party before.  That said, I was planning to go 6-7.  Maybe. 

If everyone knocks my socks off... awesome.  But expresssing interest does NOT guarantee a spot in the game.

I would rather play with the five hunks of dynamite I know that I have than to have to prod someone constantly to post, or for them to show me the narrativie ability of a box. 

Again, this is not a first come, first served thing.  I have three people interested in being a rogue, which is what I feel is the biggest need in the partty.  As such, the best character concept will get the first choice to fill that spot.  Going to seven - let alone eight - will mean that you'll need to make a character that compliments the group and is compelling in terms of personality, background, etc.



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 14:50:55.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: and...


...I have now closed the reddit thread, as I have gotten even more interest.   



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 14:36:33.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: well


The typical naming convention for Vidarak surnames is "xxxxsson" and "xxxxsdatter".  I.e. Einar Gralsson (if his father's name is "Gral").



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 14:24:45.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: holy crappola!


I've had two more folks respond at reddit, one with a detailed character concept. 



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 14:16:47.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: well


I love the idea.  You get a Viking-esque character, but with a bit of a different take as opposed to the typical beserker warrior.

By 5th level, your character will have a ton of experience under their belt; a rogue like that could find themselves almost anywhere, I would imagine.  There's a lot of room to role play some background, create a personality, etc. 

Keep in mind that your character will absolutely be viewed as a barbarian by the "civilized" folk of the five kindgoms - Vidirak, much like their Viking inspiration, are known to raid, pillage, etc.  Northern Ertain won't be as unfriendly as a coastal area, but that predjudice will still be there. 



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 13:18:52.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject:


I like that plan.

I think that the necromancer should always stand BEHIND the squirrell.  To help line up those darts.  It's not like there's a chance it'll miss a rodent...



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 13:04:58.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: hah


I love the promotion of the rogue experience. 

I mean, as a DM, I don't mind the Bladesinger soaking trap damage.  Knock yourself out.



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 12:50:16.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject:


I'll PM you the link to the docs.

As of right now, we have two warriors, two clerics, and a mage.  The chindari folk are excellent choices for rangers, no doubt... but when I look at this party, I see a crying need for a rogue.  If I was to select a seventh slot, I'd lean towards another arcane caster or a fighter/mage. 

Now, I'm not going to force anything, but if the adventure starts with a bunch of brawn and no ability to detect a poison dart, don't say that I didn't warn you.



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 12:42:22.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: holy guacamole


>Consider me scared. Or is that another kind of wetness between my legs? 






I will no longer worry about scaring you off with our behavior.

I can indeed shoot you a link to a collection of anceint RP texts that serve as... well, pretty much all of this out of print edition's rules.

And yes, whatever neckbeard compiled them into one PDF did in fact use a topless Boris Vallejo pic on the cover.  Ye be warned.



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 12:36:48.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject:


If you look on the first post in this thread, you'll see the party composition.  I sent you a link to the old game thread - if you check our maybe the last few pages, you can get a feel for the style of the game.



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 12:17:10.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: meh


Facelicks are the best. 

Torture is largely over because Kith is a good girl now.



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 12:06:01.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: seriously?


If the nipply book is going to chase them away, how are they going to deal with lesbian torture brainwashed ghoul babies, hmm?



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 11:49:30.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: I mean...


...on the one hand, that is GREAT advice.  Sane people, or those with morals (save, somehow, our buddy Bromern Sal) are likely to be frightened away by our nonsense.

On the other hand, don't we actively WANT people who can deal with this?



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 11:38:55.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: woot!


Woot woot!  Just got a hard bite from reddit!  We'll see if the player has any writing chops - and if I scared them off. 



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 11:32:44.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: a'ight


Posts made to facebook and to reddit to look for players.  I may look at the player database where I found bree, though it does require me hitting one person at a time. 



Posted on 2020-01-08 at 10:33:48.

Topic: Learning Irish
Subject: whoa


Congrats, Eol!

Haha @ breebles.  That was totally it.

Japanese is offered now; from what I can tell, they are adding languages at a steady pace.  The only difference I can see in the paid version is that you don't have limited "hearts" - you can  make any number of mistakes without having to quit and wait for your hearts to regenrate.  But the thing is, you can just choose to practice, which always yields one heart... and you can watch an ad after that to get a second.  To be honest, I have found the practice feature to be super helpful, so I'm not sure that it's worth skipping that.

Oh, and the paid version offers some customized quizzes, too.  Meh. 

Haha, Bromern has about seven times the experience in the app that I do! 



Posted on 2020-01-07 at 21:40:31.

Topic: Learning Irish
Subject: easy, I tell you!


They make learning a language pretty darned easy.

I see that there is a paid version, but I don't really see the need.  If you make a mistake, you lose a heart.  Run out of hearts, you can't do more lessons until they recharge.  You get five hearts per day... but you can choose to practice at any time for one heart (and when you're done, you can watch a 30 second add for an extra).

Seeing as how CRITICAL practice is to developing actual skill, it seems like a "no fail" version is actually a bad thing.  Better to practice to get those hearts, anyway.



Posted on 2020-01-07 at 16:20:40.

Topic: D&D with horror themes, revisited
Subject: yep


What Eol said.

I am quite happyto roll with the game as is.  I have five reallty outstanding players, and I selfishly want to see any potential additions rise to a similar level of writing skill. 

Also, I need a character concept that really works well for the game.  So if you're interested, please read the first post where I detail what I'm looking for. 



Posted on 2020-01-07 at 15:56:53.

Topic: Learning Irish
Subject: sweet!


Let me know how it goes! 

Irish is very interesting due to several items, not the least of which being the wonky sentence structure.  Instead of subject/verb/object like in English, you get verb/subject/object... or sometimes, verb/object/subject.  Add in a lack of the words "yes" and "no", really no indefinite articles like "a", how verbs gets changed due to the identity/gender of the subject, and don't even get started on the pronunciations veruses spelling... it takes some getting used to. 

But it's a lot of fun, too! 



Posted on 2020-01-07 at 15:53:33.
Edited on 2020-01-07 at 16:10:38 by t_catt11

Topic: Learning Irish
Subject: Learning Irish


I've been feeling... stuck in neutral for a while.  Like I'm not challenging myself, not growing.

I've decided to learn Irish, and while it is DEFINITELY a challenge, I am really enjoying it!

If you'd like to read, I made a blog post about it.



Posted on 2020-01-07 at 14:54:48.
Edited on 2020-01-07 at 14:57:31 by t_catt11

 
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