Greetings to All,
I am happy to have discovered this hidden gem.
In this age when fresh ideas from the established sources seem to have all but dried up and blown away, it will no doubt be a refreshing source.
Me> Started with chainmail and through those growing pains up to 2e I DM'd for nearly 20yrs.
Then the realities of the "real" world and the constant regurgitation TSR / WOC went thru caused me to depart the realm.
Now at the request if my former PCs ( and truely missing the game I grew to love) I have returned.
But it seems that the only constant was WOC need to change and repackage...... up to 4e now as I understand it ... lol
and doesnt seem like its recieving a warm welcome. save from those that dont know any better. I must say much of what I have seen of 4e is not the game I left .... so will have to concider what my campaigns best course may be.
So, in closing dear members I am happy to have found you and hope to find that middle ground to jumpstart my campaign once again.
Glad you found us, Dark_Lord_Galen. Feel free to stay a while.
If you like 3.5, I suggest you look into Pathfinder. I still DM 3.5 because I have the books and really don't want to invest in another entire set, but I'm a player in a Pathfinder campaign and I must say that it is everything good about 3.5 with improvements.
Glad that you 'found' us and decided to join in the fun.
You've no doubt already started looking around. Feel free to 'jump into' any conversation you like. We only ask that you be mindful of when the thread was last responded too. You are certainly welcome to resurrect any post you'd like, just be mindful that you don't respond as though the conversation took place 'yesterday,' unless it did of course!
And be sure to check out the Greyhawk wiki, located in the top left hand corner of the Front Page. Canonfire! alumni Robbastard and Rasgon have devoted much time and effort to produce the wiki for the fans. Tons of information can be found there.
We all look forward to your comments, opinions and thoughts on the various aspects of the game, as well as your contributions and participation.
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