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Author:  Squirt [ Wed Jan 13, 2021 20:27 ]
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For a second i thought that zombie on the left had a *MASSIVE* dong.

Author:  Zardoz [ Wed Jan 13, 2021 21:08 ]
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You failed your percepdong check.

Author:  Dimrill [ Wed Jan 13, 2021 21:38 ]
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The withdrawal is hitting hard today. When's our next hit?

Author:  Mr Dave [ Wed Jan 13, 2021 22:02 ]
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Monday.

Author:  Kern [ Wed Jan 13, 2021 22:05 ]
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Go for the new Scout badge!

Never had that in my day...

Author:  sdg [ Wed Jan 13, 2021 23:06 ]
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Dimrill wrote:
The withdrawal is hitting hard today. When's our next hit?

The advantage of being the DM! When I get withdrawals, I get to do some prep for the next session.
Was also thinking about prepping a one shot so that if I ever get a spare weekend evening I could organise a one off game. It’s the DM equivalent of when a player makes endless characters they’re not going to have time to use.

Author:  sdg [ Wed Jan 13, 2021 23:13 ]
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Kern wrote:
Go for the new Scout badge!

Never had that in my day...

I love this, such a great idea.

Author:  sdg [ Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:17 ]
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Can we amend the time on Monday night please? Jen is back on shifts and will be backshift so I'll be putting the kids to bed alone. 8pm ok? Are people free to stay on a little later to make up for the late start?

Author:  Zardoz [ Thu Jan 14, 2021 12:44 ]
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That's kind of when we start anyway :p

But yeah, fine. Happy to play 8 til 12 like you say :kiss:

Author:  myp [ Thu Jan 14, 2021 13:52 ]
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Happy with 8-10:30 as long as it’s a hard stop then. We’ve pretty much been doing that anyway.

Author:  Squirt [ Thu Jan 14, 2021 14:12 ]
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Start at 8 and then power through 'til dawn? Sounds good to me!

Author:  myp [ Thu Jan 14, 2021 14:48 ]
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Any other day and I’d be able to go later, but Sal does an early shift every Tues :(

Author:  Zardoz [ Thu Jan 14, 2021 14:50 ]
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Get some quieter dice.

Author:  Zardoz [ Thu Jan 14, 2021 16:06 ]
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Aldi have restocked my Druid Juice!

Author:  Squirt [ Thu Jan 14, 2021 16:10 ]
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Living just down the road from the wonderful town of Glastonbury, I can confirm that "Druid Juice" is actually a 3 litre bottle of high-strength cider that you drink on a bench sat between someone playing the bongos and someone wearing a top hat and bronze-effect googles.

Author:  Zardoz [ Thu Jan 14, 2021 16:45 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dungeons and Dragons

I'm not sharing mine.

Author:  myp [ Thu Jan 14, 2021 17:24 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dungeons and Dragons

Zardoz wrote:
Get some quieter dice.

It’s more my loud booming wizard voice and the fact I drive her to work

Author:  sdg [ Fri Jan 15, 2021 0:21 ]
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Just saw this article on Facebook and loved this bit:
Quote:
If there is one thing we GMs love the most is when we can just shut up, lean back, and hear the players roleplaying between themselves for a while. As a player, don’t be scared to do this. There’s a high chance your GM would love it.

Bonus points because it also gives me a chance to start prepping for the next scene in the background.

Author:  myp [ Fri Jan 15, 2021 0:23 ]
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So more flavour and role-playing stuff? Got it!

Author:  Dimrill [ Fri Jan 15, 2021 0:25 ]
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sdg wrote:
Just saw this article on Facebook and loved this bit:
Quote:
If there is one thing we GMs love the most is when we can just shut up, lean back, and hear the players roleplaying between themselves for a while. As a player, don’t be scared to do this. There’s a high chance your GM would love it.

Bonus points because it also gives me a chance to start prepping for the next scene in the background.


And scheming. Don't forget the scheming!

Author:  Zardoz [ Fri Jan 15, 2021 10:16 ]
Post subject:  Re: Dungeons and Dragons

Next sessions talk will be 80% based on how the party can use Shuu's new cape to our advantage.

Author:  Squirt [ Fri Jan 15, 2021 10:24 ]
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Prepare for Ivo's 2 hour rambling sermon on the finer points of Xunt's theology!

Author:  Zardoz [ Fri Jan 15, 2021 10:30 ]
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Squirt wrote:
Prepare for Ivo's 2 hour rambling sermon on the finer points of Xunt's theology!

*sharpens Moonbeam*

Author:  sdg [ Fri Jan 15, 2021 22:09 ]
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Nice weapon doodle!

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