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Media and Inspiration / The Big Purple Does Not Love Me Anymore
« on: November 21, 2006, 11:32:45 am »
Quote from: Mcrow
Now it looks like they removed the :rolleyes: smiley over @ RPG.net .
 
Good grief, even the smilies are getting banned. :D

I don't know how some of the moderators are going to be able to post ban notifications without it :D

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I've yet to injure myself beyond a papercut or two, but a few months back someone shot a hole in the windscreen of my car as it was parked outside the GMs house during the session.
 
Quote from: Balbinus
Does everyone know the thing from rpg.net in which Captain Spaulding was shot with a paintgun?
 
I don't think he went back to play further with that group, but being British nor did he brutally kill them all as they so richly deserved.

I remember that post :D
Part of his outrage wasnt just being shot, but the fact he was wearing a brand new and fairly expensive shirt. He didnt kill them all and take their stuff, but being British he did slap the GM's face with a leather glove and challenge the cad to a duel, before calling him an 'absolute shower, don'tcher know!" ;)
 
He was a regular in our monthly tabletop game until recently, and the first thing I said upon meeting him was to turn to the GM and say "Have you got the paintball gun?"

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Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games (RPGs) Discussion / Let's build a City
« on: November 21, 2006, 11:00:41 am »
Quote from: ChalkLine
This sounds like a fun project, if a newbie can contribute I'd be happy to.
 
Some suggestions on a fantasy city;
(lotsa good stuff here)

Which brings one of the first questions in city building - is this an organic settlement that grew from a handfull of shacks at a crossroads, a planned city (such as Brasillia or Milton Keynes) or something halfway twixt the two - like a settlement that grew up around a castle or military camp?

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Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games (RPGs) Discussion / Let's build a City
« on: November 21, 2006, 10:57:57 am »
I've done this before a time or two many many years ago at the WebRPG Townhall forum, before it was sold off to UGO then to RPGhost, whence it died of neglect ;)
 
With the right group of people pulling in the same direction, it can be really good - I'm in if you'll have me :cool:

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