Durgion
 member, 2 posts
Wed 4 Jan 2017
at 03:58
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
Something I have wanted to try. I want to be an adventurer / shop owner / equipment manufacturer.

In my head I have the character starting out at level 1 as the adventurer with a dream so to speak.

I wouldn't so much care about a setting (I know very little about any), or a completely homebrew world.
Gamer75
 member, 215 posts
Wed 4 Jan 2017
at 04:56
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
I had actually pictured a pair of characters that were focused on making items, specializing in sells that could work for that

if this takes off let me know we could run the shop together, if you are into the idea
Vane66
 member, 760 posts
Wed 4 Jan 2017
at 11:36
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
I wanted to play a shopkeeper, in a cut throat setting for a while. I had a GM but then they had some personal issues come up and had to step away.
Papa Steel
 member, 3 posts
Mon 9 Jan 2017
at 20:40
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
I could get behind running something like this. You'd have to give me a week or so to get all of the shop-based systems all set up - since combat would be a lesser part of the game, would the pathfinder rule systems work, and would you allow a multi-player game (two or three) instead of a solo?

This message was last edited by the user at 20:41, Mon 09 Jan.

Durgion
 member, 4 posts
Wed 11 Jan 2017
at 02:31
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
I guess I havn't done much with Pathfinder, but it seems a lot like D&D so I could adapt, and ask questions I am sure.

As far as the group vs solo, what if we each had our own shops, in different locations, but were friends who adventured together when the time arose? I also pictured being able to freely switch between the two, to hunt for ores or woods, slay the dragon for its hide and so forth.
Papa Steel
 member, 4 posts
Wed 11 Jan 2017
at 21:31
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
That's similar to what I was picturing as well - friendly competition with one person running an alchemical store, another a butchery specializing in exotic meats, one a blacksmith....

I'm still working on getting it all set up and may post back here in a week or two.
Jhaelan
 member, 159 posts
 Prefers roles to rolls
 Based in UTC+1
Wed 11 Jan 2017
at 22:54
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
I would be tempted by this
Lord_Johnny
 member, 201 posts
Thu 12 Jan 2017
at 00:27
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
I'd be good playing this as well, if you want. I really like more doing the shipping mogul. You need your goods going to market? No problem my wagons are available to help you for...a small  very reasonable, fee.
Durgion
 member, 6 posts
Thu 19 Jan 2017
at 01:26
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
Still interested in doing this.
L0st S0ul
 member, 171 posts
Sat 21 Jan 2017
at 20:51
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
This sounds fun please include me in on it if it gets going.
M Luwin
 member, 172 posts
 On Loan From
 Westeros
Wed 25 Jan 2017
at 02:24
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
I may be willing  to do this and set the game in Sanctuary, the city of Thieve's World. I have all the D&D 3.5 books for it and we can even use the the rules out of the DMG II for running businesses. This way I see all of you knowing one another and you may adventure in the city or it's environs indiviually or together. Remember just crossing the city at night and some parts in the daytime can be an adventure in and of itself. Cheers
ne68127
 member, 254 posts
 montana
 U of M
Fri 27 Jan 2017
at 05:36
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
I have an opportunity

I need a player or players to run the merchants in my game.
And by merchants I do mean plural

I would list them all but there are quite a few.
Azraile
 member, 584 posts
 AIM: Azraile - Dislexic
 Dont take my text as mean
Thu 9 Feb 2017
at 01:28
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
I've been wanting to play an artificer, that would work quite well in owning a shop.

Artificers work well with more gold to spend, and artificers are good at making things for shops to make gold. lol

So stands to reason an artificer with a shop owner with some good social/management skills could make a lot of money.
Lord_Johnny
 member, 206 posts
Mon 20 Feb 2017
at 19:34
D&D 3.5--I want to be your shopkeeper
Are you (anyone?) Willing to do Pathfinder instead of 3.5? Basic difference is that some skills got rolled together to make a more streamlined approach to Skill checks.

If you (anyone) is willing, send me an Rmail, and I will start set up immediately.