In between the beta testing raids last night, Teckkie was talking about the main characters in the first section of what call ‘getting your garrison’ quest in Warlords of Draenor. I was interested in the amount of lore that exists within the game – something which I had never really bothered with – I rarely…
The mission – if you choose to accept it, is to collect all the ‘i’s to have a complete collection!
In order to support you with this, I have created a downloadable PDF which you can ‘stick’ your stickers on as you collect them! This PDF is completely FREE!
Currently, you can see both the ‘normal i’ and the ‘i of the beholder’ in the store! The latter to celebrate everything to do with role-playing!
Adventure Summary After the recent ‘encounters’ from the last session, some of the party members seek advice from each other before purchasing certain ‘presents’ to ensure that their intentions are clear. They soon realise that commerce skills are more important than what they original thought. Maybe, Gully needs somewhere to stash his treasures and Hasra…
It’s time for day 16 in my new and exciting shop keeper series! I get some new items after a rush on gloves and boots – I also start to invest and sell Shurikens! Ninjas beware!
Stealing the famous quote from Martin Luther-King I would like you all to know that I have this dream. It’s not a big dream or even one which encompasses world peace. It is in fact quite a small dream and one which, when compared to Martin Luther-King’s quote, I feel quite inadequate actually quoting him. When I started along my journey in Radio Land I knew that I wanted to present but I also had another aim in mind. With the station becoming more established this aim has rose to the surface and, during the last week, I have been working hard to start to make the dream become a reality – what is it that dream? I want you to become part of the team!
I remember playing role playing games for some years. Although I have had some attempts at playing I mainly reside on the table side of the DM screen and creating the adventures and spending hours reading and re-reading rule books. I’ve recognised numerous changes across the years. From games being played round a table on a bank holiday or Friday night, through the use of letters (as in snail mail) to the new use of Roll20 and/or Skype to bring the players together. Although the game has changed I’ve also noticed a change in players. When I refer to players I’m not being they have grown older, although they probably have, but more of the characters they choose to play and, when considering this in more detail, I started to realise that the characters people play follow some sort of pattern.