MadCast: VoShay

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  1. I believe our lodge/campus gets that for free vis a vis the stronghold guide. I may be wrong.
  2. Welcome to the General Roleplay Thread for Living D&D! As discussed elsewhere, the purpose of this thread is to give characters the chance to interact with each other, build on character arcs, and otherwise have meaningful or just plain fun moments with each other that are difficult to pull off in 5+ character games on a clock. Additionally, having it occur in this thread as oppose to DMs, PMs, etc. lets all of us stay up on the 'Days of Our Lives' involving the various characters. The purpose of this thread is for friendly role-play between characters anywhere within the city or the HQ, therefore the following rules apply- Roleplay should be about characters having a scene together focused on learning character details or developing characters; scenes should have nothing to do with advancing mechanical goals or changing things about the city or its people at large. Think of it as a scene in a movie or TV show where two characters talk about something that happened recently, or themselves, and learn or develop. Roleplay should focus on the characters involved; any NPCs in these scenes should be nameless (where possible) performing mundane, reasonable actions for a few moments. Roleplay should never devolve into skill or attack rolls. You can post calling someone out (@Forumname) or post just looking for someone to find you (Open). Have Fun Roleplaying!
  3. Would be interested in A. Gotta meet this Enigmatic mannfred everyone talks about.
  4. Might be good to start by listing what things people want most, to see if we have any consensus on stuff- I want a garden, chapel, meditation room, and topiary garden!
  5. People can always work together to develop characters, with or without a 'DM' present. I suggest a roleplay thread, though, for a couple reasons- A. Everyone can still see the story developing if they want to (so its not a complete surprise so and so are friends or rivals now or have had a character arc) B. I think for a lot of people a meaningful part of playing these characters is to see them interact with each other, and if its a roleplay thread allows anyone interested to see the parts of the story in between the climatic big bits. Since we've seen some interest, I'll go ahead and post it up later today.
  6. One minor issue I've noticed thus far in LD&D is that we don't seem to have an overabundance of time for character conversations and moments. Trying to squeeze an entire experience into three hours with 6 or sometimes 8 to 12 players is already trying, before making space for people to talk to each other without moving the main plot of the experience forward (or only moving it forward slowly). I think it would behoove us to set up a thread (or a thread per chapter) to allow us to have conversations as downtime, or between sessions, so characters can get the chance to really learn about each other. What say you all? would you use a thread for character roleplay between sessions?
  7. I’m still kinda lost on how money went last session. Titian donates everything he receives to the building effort or local charities if they exist. I’ll talk to munsa about numbers and options and post when it’s figured out. If we are making space for everything, Titian would want a small temple to eldo-death designed to operate as a place of reflection (not sermonizing) and soup kitchen/charity for those in need. Perhaps an unassuming temple with attached kitchen and some benches in a zen garden.
  8. Date of Purchase (Posting): 1/21/20 Gold Before Purchase: 454 gold, 6 silver, 12 copper Gold After Purchase: 303 gp, 9 sp, 5 cp Ball bearings (bag of 1,000) 1 gp Bell 1 gp — Blanket 5 sp 3 lb. Bottle, glass 2 gp 2 lb. Caltrops (bag of 20) 1 gp 2 lb. Candle 1 cp — Chain (10 feet) 5 gp 10 lb. Chalk (1 piece) 1 cp — Crowbar 2 gp 5 lb. Fishing tackle 1 gp 4 lb. Flask 2 cp 1 lb. Grappling hook 2 gp 4 lb. Hammer 1 gp 3 lb. Ink (1 ounce bottle) 10 gp — Ink pen 2 cp — Jug 2 cp 4 lb. Lantern, bullseye 10 gp 2 lb. Manacles 2 gp 6 lb. Oil (flask) 1 sp 1 lb. Pick, miner’s 2 gp 10 lb. Piton 5 cp 1/4 lb. Pot, iron 2 gp 10 lb. 2 Potion of Healing 100 gp 1/2 lb. Pouch 5 sp 1 lb. Sack 1 cp 1/2 lb. Shovel 2 gp 5 lb. Signal whistle 5 cp — Soap 2 cp — Spikes, iron (10) 1 gp 5 lb. Tinderbox 5 sp 1 lb. Vial 1 gp — Whetstone 1 cp 1 lb.
  9. Always nice to see you about. Hope you're still finding some leisure time outside work.
  10. I would like to piggyback this to specify that I think Support is deserving of the Jack of All Trades badge for his consistent openness to both necessary and voluntary actions (no matter the box they belong in) to make MadCast a better place for people, even if it only benefited one person.
  11. I've gotten an incredible amount of games I've enjoyed from this bundle, as well as found some fun timesinks in the margins. You get 6 or more games every month, with one or two being big/well-known games people have definitely heard of at the very least. Last month I got Surviving Mars and Kingdom Come: Deliverance, plus 6 more games. At 12 bucks a month, you'll pretty much always get your monies worth just from the 6-12 month old major/popular releases they include in the bundle, not to mention the indie titles that might be perfect for you. Counting games I already owned (and therefore gifted out to friends, another wonderful benefit) I've gotten Tomb Raider 1 and 2, Sleeping Dogs, Total War: Warhammer, Hellblade, COD:BO3, Red Faction Gurellia, Assassins Creed: Origins, Vermentide 2, Yakuza 0, the Division, Metal Gear Solid 5, Dead Island, Darksiders 2, Dead Rising 4, Kerbal Space Program... the list goes on and on and on. I've saved a ton of money passing on a lot of games at release with the (usually correct) expectation that they will come out on Humble Bundle within the year. It's like waiting to redbox theater movies to save money, except you get to own a forever copy through Steam or GoG (when available) or directly through humble bundle's website (if the developer allows direct download). If you are a gamer who isn't dedicated 90%+ to a single game experience at a time (and if so, keep enjoying that mmo/moba/shooter/etc.) this is literally the best possible deal that has ever existed on this Earth, bar none. In other words,