June 23rd, 2005


"Twink" vs. "Munchkin"

Inspired by a question from one of my fellow LJ Changeling players:

In a roleplaying context, what is the difference between a "twink" and a "munchkin?" I've heard both of them used almost interchangeably at times; is there a distinction?
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Hello all,

I have decided to join the group here to share ideas and to hopefully get some in return. I have always enjoyed the company of other gamers and the experience of sharing creative ideas with them. I am a 25 year veteran of gaming and started, like man, with d&D and have played just about anything out there. In addition to RPGs, I am also involved in card, board and minis gaming of all sorts, but will keep posts relating to those on the proper communities.

My current passion is running a fun little Star Wars game that I've been kicking around for a bit. I call it "Star Wars: A Child's Tale" and it is the story of four siblings and their journey of discovery as they learn the true nature of the Force and their place in the Galaxy. I would be happy to post the first few posts made to my own journal here for all to see and then continue to post the saga here.

Thanks for having me,

Cthulu Pentacle

Star Wars - A Child's Tale: Introduction

A Star Wars campaign taking place before the events of Episode 1-3. I call it a Child's Tale as a sort of double meaning. The campaign is framed as a story or stories told by Yoda, to the Youngling Jedi of the temple. But, the story is also about four Jedi children, raised apart and come together by fate to try and save their homeworld from the Sith. Below are the four Character Introductions i'll be reading at the start of play.
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