Shinoskay
 member, 65 posts
Sun 19 Jan 2020
at 23:51
Dnd 3.5
Any gms for a dnd 3.5 game, other than rez?
Nincompoop
 member, 1 post
Mon 20 Jan 2020
at 00:14
Dnd 3.5
I am a fool for even speaking up. I have no experience in this forum, have never gm'd online, and basically haven't touched d&d 3.5 in over a year. All that being said however, I do know the basics of D&D, and am actually working on a campaign I needed to share with somebody. But, That's why I named myself Nincompoop. Of Course, Don't want me? No problem at all.
Lord Caladin
 member, 340 posts
 It all about the journey
Mon 20 Jan 2020
at 00:16
Dnd 3.5
I'm up for it if there are enough players.
Shinoskay
 member, 66 posts
Mon 20 Jan 2020
at 04:57
Dnd 3.5
well, if either of you are willing to run a forgotten realms game then we already have 2 gms (one can become a player).

I know a few other dudes I can probably tag to join.

and for nincompoop, if you gm then we can just do a sandbox game. You dont need to know what to do if you are just going without any direction, its all in the book with potential to explore whatever.

I'd even help you.
Lord Caladin
 member, 341 posts
 It all about the journey
Mon 20 Jan 2020
at 15:26
Dnd 3.5
In reply to Shinoskay (msg # 4):

As GM my goto setting is Kingdoms of Kalamar
I have a homebrew set up which basically incorporates Forgotten Realms into the setting.

BUT the adventures takes place in the world of Tellene.

Let me know I have added a like to the material I have been working on for many years.

https://sites.google.com/site/kokrpg/
wolfecubb
 member, 111 posts
 Absolute power corrupts
 absolutely
Tue 21 Jan 2020
at 11:07
Dnd 3.5
Am in a game I'm enjoying, but wouldn't mind playing in a 2nd if one were setup.

Am also considering GMing my own (in addition to, not instead of) but haven't quite got it all worked out. Not sure if I want to go with a "standard" game, a mythical Europe style game set during the expansion of a vast militaristic and expansionist power (was thinking akin to Roman, but could easily have Greek, Persian or the Huns).
Or a colony style game where each player has a number of characters of different levels as well as a primary, higher level character who doesn't usually participate in quests (retired / advisor) but who makes decisions for the colony. Game zooms in to particular quests as and when needed and players use selected characters while other quests are decided randomly.

Not sure which so am juggling ideas at the moment rather than putting anything concrete down.