DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK   Posted by Dungeon Master.Group: 0
Marek Kreegan
 player, 97 posts
Wed 23 Sep 2015
at 19:20
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
I did notice they lost fat boy!  I was ready to give him a whoopin!
Wang
 player, 111 posts
Thu 24 Sep 2015
at 00:11
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
You're doing an awesome job Jason. this game is a blast!
<<Thanks!  10 points>>

This message was last edited by the GM at 00:12, Thu 24 Sept 2015.

Fletcher Green
 player, 198 posts
Sat 26 Sep 2015
at 21:13
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Well done Streeter. I have a feeling we haven't seen the last of Grelm but he better just let bygones be bygones if he knows what's good for him. It's all just water under the bridge.
<<Thanks!  10 points>>

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Wang
 player, 120 posts
Sat 26 Sep 2015
at 21:16
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
It's all water under the bridge... lmao
Marek Kreegan
 player, 116 posts
Mon 28 Sep 2015
at 06:18
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
YO GM!

Very nice job!

Would you have a handy inventory of all the stuff we hauled out of this inn/manor/motel?  Minus what Fletcher has already pocketed for himself, of course! Hehehe....

We can divy up and put on our character sheets, if you had that handy.

If not, we'll live.  I'll just have to shake the rest of them down one at a time!
<<Thanks!  10 points>>

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Dungeon Master
 GM, 277 posts
Mon 28 Sep 2015
at 10:46
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Dungeon Master:
The goblin is wearing a traveler's outfit, a black hooded cloak, a spell component pouch, and leather armor.  He is also wearing a ring.  He has two small daggers and a small masterwork rapier.  In his pouch are six silver pieces.

The elf is wearing a courtierís outfit, banded mail, a spell component pouch, and a wooden holy symbol of Urgathoa.  She has three javelins and a masterwork scythe.  She has two flasks of a clear liquid, a healer's kit, 50 foot of silk rope, and a black banner emblazoned with symbol of Urgathoa.  In her pouch she has a small spinel, six gold pieces, and four silver pieces.

Searching the building, not much of value is found.

Marek Kreegan
 player, 117 posts
Mon 28 Sep 2015
at 10:49
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Sorry....must have skipped over the 'not much valuable in the building' line!
Fletcher Green
 player, 211 posts
Mon 28 Sep 2015
at 12:20
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
There should be 15 gc each after adding up the gc and sp. Fletcher found 53 gc in the other room. I think all he is carrying out is the goblin ring, the spinel, a dagger from the other room, and some papers or parchment that was on the desk. We can sell off the extras and divvy it up when we get to civilization.

Oh, and a wood sculpture of a Satyr. I don't know if it is worth anything but it was small so it went in the pocket.

Oh, and excellent work Streeter. Very fun game. We make a lot of posts. If you ever don't have much time or energy to post, don't worry about it. We want it to stay fun and not be a chore for anyone. If you have time to post, great. If not, no biggie. We can always listen to Wang point out everyone's shortcomings while waiting for the DM.
<<Thanks!  10 points>>

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Fletcher Green
 player, 230 posts
Fri 2 Oct 2015
at 03:43
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
It is quite liberating being in wild places where normal social conventions carry little sway...

LOL
<<Thanks!  10 points>>

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Wang
 player, 146 posts
Fri 2 Oct 2015
at 03:51
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Yeah that made me laugh too.
<<Thanks!  10 points>>

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Marek Kreegan
 player, 130 posts
Sat 3 Oct 2015
at 06:35
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Got a question.....does the base attack modifier combine with the meelee/weapon modifier?

For instance, Marek has a +1 base attack and +4 with the crossbow....is this +5?
Marek Kreegan
 player, 130 posts
Sat 3 Oct 2015
at 06:35
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Got a question.....does the base attack modifier combine with the meelee/weapon modifier?

For instance, Marek has a +1 base attack and +4 with the crossbow....is this +5?
Dungeon Master
 GM, 293 posts
Sat 3 Oct 2015
at 10:39
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
His weapon modifier is the addition of his base attack modifier plus his dexterity modifier plus any modifiers granted from feats.  At level 2 a fighter's base attack increases from +1 to +2.  So if Marek had a +4 with crossbows at level one he would have +5 at level two.

Now that is for crossbow which is ranged.  For melee weapons, you use your strength modifier instead of dexterity.

This message was last edited by the GM at 10:43, Sat 03 Oct 2015.

Marek Kreegan
 player, 133 posts
Mon 5 Oct 2015
at 03:42
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
In reply to Dungeon Master (msg # 44):

I should be all up to date now
Dungeon Master
 GM, 295 posts
Mon 5 Oct 2015
at 03:43
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Marek Kreegan:
In reply to Dungeon Master (msg # 44):

I should be all up to date now


Great.  Thanks.
Fletcher Green
 player, 244 posts
Wed 7 Oct 2015
at 00:00
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Daily logs, very nice. Good work Dungeon Master!
Dungeon Master
 GM, 304 posts
Wed 7 Oct 2015
at 17:31
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Thanks.  I thought it would help keep things straight in our heads.  10 points.
Nod
 player, 300 posts
Wed 4 Nov 2015
at 21:57
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
This game had been a very special experience for me. I think about it so often throughout the day. For years our contact was spotty, but I have always known we are friends no matter what is happening in the world. This game has brought us back together is such a great way. Thank you Jason, for putting it together, and thank you for keeping it a constant draw.

Well done, Sir!

<<Thank You!  Thanks Jeff for jumping right in and getting the ball rolling.  I realize this has been a learning curve for everyone, and your prelude helped everyone else see what they were getting in to.  Being able to play with four old friends that I haven't seen in years has been awesome to say the least.  I'm really glad you guys are enjoying it.  Hopefully the best is yet to come!  10 points.>>

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Fletcher Green
 player, 333 posts
Wed 4 Nov 2015
at 23:25
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
I agree with all that. I've found that this online game is superior to a traditional rpg in many ways. I believe the characters are more developed, and the storyline probably becomes more detailed as well. I like it. Thanks again Streeter. BTW - have you ever played online like this before or are we all rookies?

<<The pace is definitely different.  We've been playing for what?  Two or three months?  In game only a week.  It's a lot more like writing a book I feel.  To me there is a little more realism.  Anyways I played on this site several years ago and ran a game for a short time.  I actually played in a GURPS in Forgotten Realms.  I had no idea how to play gurps, but the DM took care of the mechanics for me.  I just said what I say and try to do and he handled the results.  It was a blast.  Then I lost track of the site.  I think it went down for some time.  I randomly came across it in the spring some time and got in a game.  I'm currently playing in two games in addition to this.  As for Pathfinder, a friend of mine got me into it.  It's basically the next logical step in the progression from D&D 3.5 since 4th edition was retarded.  5th edition looks interesting to me, but I think for this format the complexity of Pathfinder is actually better since we don't have to flip through the book in the middle of a table top game.  I hope the NPC's seem alive to you.  I try and give them all unique personalities.  Using a module helps so I don't have to worry about what happens next, just how it happens.  Anyways, enough rambling.  10 POINTS!>>

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Wang
 player, 239 posts
Thu 5 Nov 2015
at 00:55
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
I enjoy both styles of play but these are definitely some of the best characters I've ever gotten to play with. You've done a great job keeping the story flowing Jason and thanks for putting up with us noobs.

<<Wang is the best!  He cracks me up, but he has a depth of character that makes him so endearing.  I never know what to expect from Wang.  He's as likely to run from a goblin as jump on a dragon's head.  Although he seems more lawful good than lawful neutral.  He definitely strikes me as the hero type.  Play him how you like, but if he keeps this up he may wake up one morning with a different alignment.  Of course you are welcome, I do my best!  10 points!>>

This message was last edited by the GM at 01:03, Thu 05 Nov 2015.

Marek Kreegan
 player, 221 posts
Thu 5 Nov 2015
at 06:19
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Dudes, I am hooked.  What a better way to get into an old hobby.  It's just too bad we can't all actually be in the same room, cause I like all you guys!  Some more than others...(nudge, nudge, wink, wink, know what I mean?  j/k!)

But I agree that it's more like writing a book and god knows there is the a whole genre of fantasy fiction devoted to just this.  Only you substitute our low level characters with EPIC FANTASY characters (i.e. Drzzt D'urden, ect...Warhammer, I think.), throw in a few armies and big bad guys and you have a series of novels.

If no one objects, I just might use some of this someday.  Marek was sprung for an old character I had many moons ago.  I wrote an entire saga around him.  My character isn't quite like him except physically.  I might incorporate a scene or something from here.  Maybe not...just don't sue me later, eh? Hehehhehe

Ultimately, a very awesome job, my friend.  It gets me away from the daily life of living with an autistic boy, even if for 10 minutes a night!

KUDOS

<<You won't be sued by me!  LOL  Although I'm sure the module is copyrighted.  Thanks man.  I didn't know about your son.  Wow, that must be a challenge.  I'm glad our game gives you a little escape!  10 points.>>

This message was last edited by the GM at 11:47, Thu 05 Nov 2015.

Fletcher Green
 player, 337 posts
Thu 5 Nov 2015
at 06:43
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Marek seems kind of like the Ted Nugent of the group, which is pretty entertaining.

Wang has some issues. Fletcher is starting to assume that Wang is representative of what all Tianese are like, not knowing that Wang also rubbed most of his fellow Tianese the wrong way.

Nod is pretty even keeled and dependable, kind of what you expect from someone whose lifespan is several hundred years, but for an elf he is a bit on the insane side, marching into combat with his wooden shield. Other elves probably think he is a lunatic.

This message was last edited by the player at 06:45, Thu 05 Nov 2015.

Wang
 player, 359 posts
Thu 25 Feb 2016
at 05:37
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
I love this game! Your doing a great job Jason. Thanks for not killing us yet:)

<<10 points>>

This message was last edited by the GM at 13:03, Thu 25 Feb 2016.

Dungeon Master
 GM, 545 posts
Thu 25 Feb 2016
at 13:01
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
Lol! You're welcome! Don't you love the fragility of second level? Well thanks. I appreciate the feedback as we go along so I know it's still fun for you guys.
Nod
 player, 408 posts
Thu 25 Feb 2016
at 14:47
Re: DUNGEON MASTER FEEDBACK
D&D hard mode (2nd lvl and broke) The ultimate struggle. You always remember the tough times. At least we have all of our limbs.