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Mon, Oct. 27th, 2003, 02:26 pm

Gaelcon
Well, that was pretty cool, I had fun, bought the D&D board game and generally enjoyed myself. My D&D scenario was pretty well received from what feedback I got, not so sure about the SLA one because I wasn't available to actually run it but the GMs didn't complain about it when I was giving the briefing. That said, next year I'm not submitting a damned thing unless I have the scenario DONE when it comes to the time to submit them, this ignorant crashing slut of a PC caused me more heartache than anything else, ever. Back to the Unholy Wars RPG for the next couple of months now I reckon.

Mon, Oct. 27th, 2003 06:36 am (UTC)
iresprite

Thank you.

I thought it was odd that metalrabbit submitted that item. I thought, "She never mentioned making a D&D scenario! What kind of hoopla is this?"

Now I know what kind of hoopla this is. The I-forgot-to-log-my-girlfriend-out hoopla.

Mon, Oct. 27th, 2003 12:35 pm (UTC)
mr_wombat

I consider it more of a boogie than a hoopla, but yes, that was the case.

Wed, Oct. 29th, 2003 11:48 am (UTC)
mytholder

Did you hear what happened in two of the SLA games? About 3/4s of the way through, two of the GMs merged their tables together - one set of PCs were real, the others were clones.

Wed, Oct. 29th, 2003 12:22 pm (UTC)
mr_wombat

Unexpected and interesting. Did you hear any opinions on it? I didn't think it was my finest scenario ever, perhaps too much investigation and not enough action given the characters that were involved (shaktars and stormers don't have much place in an investigation as a rule).

Wed, Oct. 29th, 2003 12:30 pm (UTC)
mytholder

Didn't hear anything back directly, but all the GMs seemed to enjoy it, and I got things thrown at me by the players when I tried to get the merged table to hurry up and finish their game, which sounds like a sucess to me.