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Anyone out there in paper and pen RPG land that is looking for a means to play Dragon Age by Green Ronin, and doesn't have buds to sit around a table, I highly recommend Obsidian Portal!
For all you junkies that like dice, and not just play by post email style, they even have dice built in.
Happy RPG running!
Ozena Lyn (talk) 10:24, December 13, 2010 (UTC)Read more >
We have moved the game from Blogspot to Obsidian Portal. Anyone that was following the game in the old location is welcome to sign up for a free account on Obsidian and then email me. I am happy to friend you so that you can read our game at the new location. I'm easy to find on Obsidian, I use the same gamer tag there as I do here.
Ozena Lyn (talk) 18:53, November 21, 2010 (UTC)Read more >
Our little Play by Post game is very active, generally running 1 post per day, often running several posts per day. Many story threads are created as "pre-written" stories cooperatively among players and posted as a whole. It can be very time consuming.
When there is a discrepency between Green Ronin and this Wiki (and there are many), we defer to this wiki as proper lore.
This is a dark fantasy game and contains adult content. As adventure 2 nears, I will open the party to new members. Any interested parties can leave me a message on my Talk Page and I will get back with you.
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Well cool! Here's what I'm thinking...I'll start a new blogspot, similar to what I put up for the kids, and post the link here and we'll see who all is interested. After reading the lovely Wikipedia article my SIL sent me, I'm thinking something along the lines of message board style (living on a blog)...roll playing story without the use of dice and modifiers and play by play email, but more of an agreed format to describe encounters taking turns posting on the blog.
I guess since I've done part 1 with the kids, I've at least tinkered my way through that already. Let me see what I can work on today and I'll put up a new link.
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