TOO MUCH (AND NO SURPRISE)   Posted by Grandfather.Group: 0
Grandfather
 GM, 144 posts
Sat 2 Sep 2017
at 20:33
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As I'm sure it's become painfully obvious, I have not been able to make it online much to update. First GenCon, and then the hurricane in Houston. (Those of you who don't know me, I am an insurance adjuster. lots of claims means lots of busy.)
I didn't realize how much running a game online would be from running f2f, so I bit off much more than I could chew with this. I am sure the veteran online gamers among you realized this a while ago.
I am very sorry updates are so rare. I am learning how to work this whole online thing (conversations are bad, as pointed out to me by Ledge's Family.) I will try very hard to reorganize and reaffirm the way we are doing this; please bear with me as I experiment a bit with what I'm doing here. It's a steeper learning curve than I originally thought. In the meantime, please let me know if you decide you are unwilling to continue. I expect to update heavily tomorrow; I appreciate your patience.
Ledge
 Ledge, 21 posts
Sat 2 Sep 2017
at 23:05
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Not a problem, take your time, we're not going anywhere.
Crowchild
 Crowchild, 25 posts
Sat 2 Sep 2017
at 23:08
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Yeah we will be around. Sometimes there is just a learning curve. As for the  dialogue comment that was just in regards to pacing. Slower updates means we should really focus on the meat and potatoes of the roleplay.
D-Fens
 D-Fens, 33 posts
Sun 3 Sep 2017
at 02:26
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In reply to Grandfather (msg # 1):

What those folks said.  :)
Haza
 Haza, 32 posts
Sun 3 Sep 2017
at 02:32
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In reply to Grandfather (msg # 1):

Not going anywhere.
Hearse
 Hearse, 27 posts
 Beware the quiet ones
 We are fluent in silence
Sun 3 Sep 2017
at 02:46
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Still here, don't worry :)
Requiem
 Requiem, 45 posts
Sun 3 Sep 2017
at 02:47
TOO MUCH (AND NO SURPRISE)
I agree with all of the above. You know I'm here for good. Here for good meaning here for you for good.
Spike
 Spike, 17 posts
 Scanner
Sun 3 Sep 2017
at 13:43
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No worries.