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PostPosted: Sat Jun 10, 2017 5:17 am 
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A shame some of the old crew isn't around MW namely.

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Algrim GreyBeard Dwarf - Skull Mountain
Bror Hammerfell Dwarf - Enter the World of Greyhawk
Gavin Storm Human Smuggler - WEG Star Wars
Glimble Rivenstone Gnome Cleric - under streets of splendor
Jack Carter Human - Mutant Future - Tales from the Gam'A Zone
Kelben Timbers Rock Gnome Rogue - Dave's 5e Game
Korin McGruffin Dwarf Fighter/Thief - Minn's Mound
Odilo the Reborn Half-Elf Mage - A Paladin in Hell
Seven Human - Anything Goes: Vol. 1 (beta run)
Tomlin Ballynn Half-Elf Ranger & Drogo Underbough Halfling Cleric - Into the Unknown (1ed/2ed)


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 11, 2017 6:09 am 
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GreyWolfVT wrote:
A shame some of the old crew isn't around MW namely.

:( yeah, my thoughts exactly.

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Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 25, 2017 9:38 pm 
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This is going to be an insanely busy week for me. I may not have time to post. Please NPC my character as needed.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 5:01 am 
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NinjaHunter, once you provide some rolls I can continue. Unless.... you are waiting for me to roll for you? If it's the latter, I apologize. I do not like to take away that ability from a player, to roll the dice, unless he/she asks me to do so. I've been operating under the assumption lately that the players would roll for their own actions. This correct with everyone?

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In order to measure a person’s worth, you must do more than push them. The real way to test their worth is to give them power. When they gain the freedom to act outside the boundaries of law and ethics, you can sometimes see their souls. When the weak become strong... When good citizens become free to engage in violence... I'm interested to see what is the outcome of that. ~Makishima Shougo

Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2017 2:20 am 
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Alright, instead of me trying to guess where everyone is at right now, please let me know if any of you are waiting on something from me. Thank you, and sorry for the inconvenience.

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Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2017 6:24 am 
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I'm waiting on you ;)

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― Paul S. Kemp, Shadowbred

Algrim GreyBeard Dwarf - Skull Mountain
Bror Hammerfell Dwarf - Enter the World of Greyhawk
Gavin Storm Human Smuggler - WEG Star Wars
Glimble Rivenstone Gnome Cleric - under streets of splendor
Jack Carter Human - Mutant Future - Tales from the Gam'A Zone
Kelben Timbers Rock Gnome Rogue - Dave's 5e Game
Korin McGruffin Dwarf Fighter/Thief - Minn's Mound
Odilo the Reborn Half-Elf Mage - A Paladin in Hell
Seven Human - Anything Goes: Vol. 1 (beta run)
Tomlin Ballynn Half-Elf Ranger & Drogo Underbough Halfling Cleric - Into the Unknown (1ed/2ed)


DM - Al-Qadim: One Dozen and One Adventures (Ad&d 2e)
DM - Arena of Thyatis & Legions of Thyatis (Ad&d 2e)


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 06, 2017 5:36 am 
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Sorry for the delays. The posts should be up now.

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Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:24 am 
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For those on the hero side, I'd ask that you wait just a bit longer. Certain outside influences are at play and depending on what happens, it could cause a dramatic change in your situation. Thank you for understanding, and I hope to get back to providing an update shortly.

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Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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I have another player getting a character ready. The hero arc will continue shortly. Once the player is ready, I will advance both stories. Thank you for your patience everyone.

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In order to measure a person’s worth, you must do more than push them. The real way to test their worth is to give them power. When they gain the freedom to act outside the boundaries of law and ethics, you can sometimes see their souls. When the weak become strong... When good citizens become free to engage in violence... I'm interested to see what is the outcome of that. ~Makishima Shougo

Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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Thank you for the reminder, Ninja Hunter. It happens every now and then, a natural side effect of juggling multiple games at once. Sometimes I post in many others and forget one or two sub-division of another.

I do try to at least keep the game going every week, posting 2-3 times optimally, but if I haven't posted after a week, a brief reminder here or via PM will be all I need. Thanks.

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In order to measure a person’s worth, you must do more than push them. The real way to test their worth is to give them power. When they gain the freedom to act outside the boundaries of law and ethics, you can sometimes see their souls. When the weak become strong... When good citizens become free to engage in violence... I'm interested to see what is the outcome of that. ~Makishima Shougo

Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 6:38 am 
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I'm back from my Thanksgiving break and will be ready to start posting again. Just waiting for Monsieur to get the party started.

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Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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A post will be coming up later today, got plans this morning and early afternoon.

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Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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I will have an update to the action posted tomorrow morning or early afternoon, one of the two.

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Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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Sorry for the delay. Finally closed on a new house yesterday. The last few days were just full of suck.


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An update will come for everyone after the holidays, as soon as maybe Tuesday morning. Can't make any promises with my family plans constantly being updated.

May you have a Merry Christmas, and if I am not able to update before then, a Happy New Year as well!

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In order to measure a person’s worth, you must do more than push them. The real way to test their worth is to give them power. When they gain the freedom to act outside the boundaries of law and ethics, you can sometimes see their souls. When the weak become strong... When good citizens become free to engage in violence... I'm interested to see what is the outcome of that. ~Makishima Shougo

Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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To you and everyone else as well. Hope everyone is enjoying the company of those who love them.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 8:59 am 
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I enjoyed my extra time off from work but I'm back at it for three days then taking a couple extra days off for New Year just so I don't have to be back in the office until January 3rd. Hope everyone else had a great Christmas and Happy Holidays. :)

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― Paul S. Kemp, Shadowbred

Algrim GreyBeard Dwarf - Skull Mountain
Bror Hammerfell Dwarf - Enter the World of Greyhawk
Gavin Storm Human Smuggler - WEG Star Wars
Glimble Rivenstone Gnome Cleric - under streets of splendor
Jack Carter Human - Mutant Future - Tales from the Gam'A Zone
Kelben Timbers Rock Gnome Rogue - Dave's 5e Game
Korin McGruffin Dwarf Fighter/Thief - Minn's Mound
Odilo the Reborn Half-Elf Mage - A Paladin in Hell
Seven Human - Anything Goes: Vol. 1 (beta run)
Tomlin Ballynn Half-Elf Ranger & Drogo Underbough Halfling Cleric - Into the Unknown (1ed/2ed)


DM - Al-Qadim: One Dozen and One Adventures (Ad&d 2e)
DM - Arena of Thyatis & Legions of Thyatis (Ad&d 2e)


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I'm back from the winter holidays and I would like to continue this game in earnest; however, I have a problem. I am a hero short at the moment, BuckshotChuck had to bow out for personal reasons and cannot give his character any more attention right now. This leaves the remaining hero player at a disadvantage, there being at least 2 villains on the board right now.

I'd rather not start up the game again until I know that someone can help fill that spot. The only other option I have is to have our remaining hero player go rogue, or create a villain.... :twisted: The hero arc would be resolved and officially dropped, and the villain arc would continue.

My advertising skills are not what they used to be, I can't work the recruitment thread these days. So if we are going to fill that empty spot and perhaps bring more on board for this game, I will need your help in finding someone interested in playing this sort of game, who doesn't mind learning a new system or is already familiar with GURPS. A tall order, I know, but again, my options are limited at the moment.

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In order to measure a person’s worth, you must do more than push them. The real way to test their worth is to give them power. When they gain the freedom to act outside the boundaries of law and ethics, you can sometimes see their souls. When the weak become strong... When good citizens become free to engage in violence... I'm interested to see what is the outcome of that. ~Makishima Shougo

Even a child that receives one bit of praise has the ability to excel in a single talent, and those who receive regular encouragement can feel confidence, achieve success, and become leading members of society. Because they don’t believe they are worthless, they don’t need to raise a fist and have vengeance against fate or the world at large… ~Inspector Lunge


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PostPosted: Wed Jan 03, 2018 11:44 am 
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welcome back Ruke :)

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― Paul S. Kemp, Shadowbred

Algrim GreyBeard Dwarf - Skull Mountain
Bror Hammerfell Dwarf - Enter the World of Greyhawk
Gavin Storm Human Smuggler - WEG Star Wars
Glimble Rivenstone Gnome Cleric - under streets of splendor
Jack Carter Human - Mutant Future - Tales from the Gam'A Zone
Kelben Timbers Rock Gnome Rogue - Dave's 5e Game
Korin McGruffin Dwarf Fighter/Thief - Minn's Mound
Odilo the Reborn Half-Elf Mage - A Paladin in Hell
Seven Human - Anything Goes: Vol. 1 (beta run)
Tomlin Ballynn Half-Elf Ranger & Drogo Underbough Halfling Cleric - Into the Unknown (1ed/2ed)


DM - Al-Qadim: One Dozen and One Adventures (Ad&d 2e)
DM - Arena of Thyatis & Legions of Thyatis (Ad&d 2e)


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TBH not entirely sure I want to post my actions in the same thread as the heroes, kinda doesn't sound right now that we are clearly PvP here, or am I the only one thinking this way?

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― Paul S. Kemp, Shadowbred

Algrim GreyBeard Dwarf - Skull Mountain
Bror Hammerfell Dwarf - Enter the World of Greyhawk
Gavin Storm Human Smuggler - WEG Star Wars
Glimble Rivenstone Gnome Cleric - under streets of splendor
Jack Carter Human - Mutant Future - Tales from the Gam'A Zone
Kelben Timbers Rock Gnome Rogue - Dave's 5e Game
Korin McGruffin Dwarf Fighter/Thief - Minn's Mound
Odilo the Reborn Half-Elf Mage - A Paladin in Hell
Seven Human - Anything Goes: Vol. 1 (beta run)
Tomlin Ballynn Half-Elf Ranger & Drogo Underbough Halfling Cleric - Into the Unknown (1ed/2ed)


DM - Al-Qadim: One Dozen and One Adventures (Ad&d 2e)
DM - Arena of Thyatis & Legions of Thyatis (Ad&d 2e)


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