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Krynn is part of the Dragonlance setting. That link I sent you should have a number of those books listed as well. I really liked their Dragons series of a few years back.

The Icewind Dale trilogy is lighter than the Dark Elf trilogy, a bit more like an RPG written down, but it's quite entertaining and introduces a lot of characters and plots from other books in Faerun.


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That sounds great Dweller. I'm kind of excited to get reading something new again.


Which specific Dragon books in Dragonlance were you talking about? I saw at least 6 or 7 books with Dragon in the title.


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well, the pretty standard dragon series are the seasonal ones... Dragons of Spring Dawning, Autumn Twilight, etc.


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Thanks again for the recommendations and Dweller, thanks to you I have the Dark Elf Trilogy sitting on my nightstand.

I very much look forward to reading it.


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Yay! Let me know what you think. It's been a few years since I last read those.


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Dweller, do you own Complete Mage?


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Nope. It seemed to have a lot of wasted pages. I do have access to a copy of it, though. Why, something in there that looked good for your fire-guy? (I'm still working on that, by the way, if you'd like to see what I've found so far)


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I was curious if there was anything in it that would help with Pork Chop.


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There are a few things. The Elemental Savant (pg. 32) looks most helpful. I think I mentioned them upthread. They have quite a few nifty abilities, including becoming an "elemental" at the last level, making you immune to charm person spells and other similar effects.


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World D&D Day tomorrow!

Local comic shop is having the guys from The Gamers movie there signing. So nothing fancy, considering I went to school with half of them. I think we're just gonna start drinking around 3:00, make a bunch of characters, boost 'em up to level 20, and have drunken duels Big Grin


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I ran Changeling game!
it was awesome!!!

today we found out what happens when you mix hyperactive pirate raccoons and skiball machines

also we all got eaten by a plastic-and-metal chimera with glowing green eyes in the middle of a pinball-machine jungle
pizza figured in majorly too

it totally wasn't even my idea to go to Chucky Cheese's either. My players were the awesomest. Big Grin


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Roleplaying the Lord of the Rings.

Narrator: You want to go shopping? Your quest has only just begun!
Aragorn: Have you seen my starting equipment? All I have is this broken sword!


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Big Grin


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*Facepalm* Damn you, Anime! DAMN YOU!


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Oh man...The name alone is frightening. I can only imagine what some of the gamers I know would do in a game where their young female character has to survive against "...the adversity of otherworldly demons, shadowy agents and the Japanese educational system." Way too many gamers go straight for the hentai and would emphasize the otherworldly demons angle...


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I just want to hear some of the players defend their choice of campaign.


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I just want to hear some of the players defend their choice of campaign.


And I thought I was scared before when a gamer said "I saw this in an anime"!


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I just want to hear some of the players defend their choice of campaign.

And I thought I was scared before when a gamer said "I saw this in an anime"!

Indeed. It's getting to the point where you can't even trust, "I saw this on Vampire Hunter D."


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Roleplaying the Lord of the Rings.


I read through these, and this one was my favorite. I've encountered this several times. I've found that one must be very careful while GM-ing games with Tongter as a player...


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1. Your link no worky right; you're linking to the wrong picture.
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