|Wednesday, January 18th, 2006|
7:14a - Ideas for pregenerated PCs for a BtVS adventure?
Here's one for the people who play/GM Eden Studios' Buffy the Vampire Slayer game (I figure there have to be *some* here):
I'm going to be GMing a Buffy adventure for the local university gaming club's convention in the spring, and would welcome ideas for pre-generated characters (just ideas; don't worry, I don't need fully-formed characters).
The adventure takes place after the Buffy series finale, at a "school for the gifted" designed to train nascent Slayers (and Watchers). I figure on including a few Slayer "trainees" and at least two Watcher trainees, but would any other character types fit? I could sort of see the psychic from the Core book fitting in, as well as the Totem Warrior from (Monster Smackdown? Slayer's Handbook?), but does anybody have any other ideas?
(If it's relevant to answers, the adventure is designed for people with no prior experience with the BtVS system.)
x-posted to unisystem
current mood: curious
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5:30p - A New Place To Fill An Old Need!
A friend of mine has set up an new LJ community that may be of interest to folks:
Yep, a place to talk about your roleplaying game worse experiences/horrors and just plain funny tales of player/GM frustrating mistakes etc.
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6:55p - Lore Con 2, South Burlington, VT, March 31st to April 2nd
I realize this community's population is all over the place, but if anyone here lives in the northern New England/upstate New York area, or knows a gamer who does, this con's for you and them.
It's the time of year again, folks!
Get your minds off the cold and ice outside. Start thinking about Lore Con 2, instead. Make room in your calendars for the last weekend of March, from March 31st to April 2nd, at the Holiday Inn on Williston Road, in South Burlington, VT.
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Cross-posted to burlingtonvt and vermonters.
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7:34p - Homeland - A New D&D Setting in the Making
Been a bit since I've posted. Haven't done any RPG stuff in months. I have begun to put together a new setting I am callign "Homeland". The concept is a simpler, back to basics, not so high concept game world. It features a very centralized geography, focusing on the events and adventures within a single "kingdom".
I have set up a Blog, where I plan to post my "Gazeteer" of world info. Anyone who would like to check it out is welcome. I welcome any input. The blog is at http://dndhomeland.blogspot.com
Take a peak,
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