Is there anyone out there in VF-Land interested in playing some traditional Tabletop Role-Playing Games?
They are just like video games where your character levels up, gets better weapons and equipment, and learns new deadly skills and abilities that make them a powerful living machine.
That's right kiddies. If you are interested in playing Your own Unique Character and seeing them slowly evolve into an unstoppable killing Machine, or becoming a great leader, allowing them to inspire an army of followers into impossible challenges, or amassing a wealthy fortune allowing them to buy anything, and anyone they desire, perhaps they acquired this wealth in such unsavory means. Who knows? You'll just have to play the game to find out what choices you will make for your character.
The most popular games I have available are....
Aliens Versus Predator
Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 (4th Edition is a picture book, Fuck Off)
Call Of Cthulhu
Macross (Original, D.Y.R.L., 2012, Plus, 7, Frontier)
Modern D20 (Future D20, Post-Apocalyptic D20, Past D20)
Robotech Invid War/Shadow Chronicles
Star Wars (WOTC, not SAGA)
Sucker Punch (3.5 D&D with Modern Firearms)
Either write me something for my Inbox, or leave a replay here about what game you might be interested in playing, and let me know if you have any experience playing Tabletop Games, or Role-Playing, let me know. And finally if don't have any experience, I can teach you how to play, so don't be shy.
Submit to me, and I shall teach you what it truly means to be free, as a slave, and as a woman. You will be free from all the misconceptions and blinding of Family, Friends, and Society. You will be free to be the woman you truly are inside.
i love tabletop roleplaying i currently play dnd 3.5 and 4e,pathfinder,exalted 2e,nwod and classic world of darkness games,shadowrun 4e,marvel heroic roleplaying,d20 modern,etc. ive been playing for awhile im definatly interested inbox me or friend me
I was into D&D but stopped due to lack of commitment. I would gladly get back into it if I found people in my area willing to commit. I enjoy the game quite a bit. I also love Magic: The Gathering, but due to the same circumstances, I have not played that either.
Master Allen: I am always using my phone to get online so I would probably have yo set up the IM first if it's faster than email.although my email is already set up. the straight answer would be email for now.if that's okay.
So I've been playing D&D for years, buncha different genres, but right now I'm having a teensy issue that I'd like some experienced third-party opinions on. After all, can't trust myself to make a fair decision as a DM in someone else's campaign, which I might be joining (3.5)
Basically: I want to make a swarm of construct bees. They'd be Fine size category, with the option of a bite, sting, OR a slam (full-body) at 1 damage each per bee. They would be roughly the size of an egg that was elongated to double, with the ability to scrunch down for storage and pop open for flight and such. The metal used would be mithral with an adamantine sting and head for the weapon aspect, weighing a bit less than iron with all parts combined, so about 1 pound, 12 ounces of mithral and 4 of adamantium at a cost of roughly 1000 gp for materials. Would it be reasonable to assume that the total cost of each (because normal golems assume that half the cost of construction is materials) construct bee would be about 2000 gp? And what would I be looking at in terms of stats? I'm figuring the armor would be about equivalent to a chain shirt because of the mithral, so about +4 to AC, then +6 from Dex, and +8 for size totalling 28... WOW I am rambling.
So, how would these things work in battle? swarm, or individually?
Actually I had been thinking of small swarms of a dozen each, so that their damage as a swarm would be 1d12, with a swarm tactic bonus of like, +6 to hit because of potential flanking, effectively calculating it as 1 through 12 of them hitting, because each only does one damage. I figure as a total unit, the swarm of a dozen would take up as much space as a small creature, and would actually move INTO the target's space to attack. I mostly figure the smaller number to start because I'm going to be beginning at 10th level