Re: [dnd-6] DM/GM's come forth and be counted!

From: Eric B.
Sent on: Friday, April 30, 2010 10:53 AM
My answer would be - a very long time ago.. in a galaxy.. far, far away :p
 
I'd love to play shadowrun, dnd 4e, or whatever - just not run a game (used to do that and my skills are rusty).
 
The weekends would be best for the day-long stuff, but probably only one day - just depends.


From: Michael <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Fri, April 30,[masked]:18:34 AM
Subject: [dnd-6] DM/GM's come forth and be counted!

DM's/GM's ask yourself this:

When was the last time you got to run a game for more than a few hours?

When was the last time you got to run a game two days in a row?

And when was the last time got to run a game two days in a row all day and most of the night long if you wanted to?

If you said recently to all three, please email me right away, I am signing up to play in your game!

If you said, holy shit never, OMG one but a long time ago, or fuck yea two but a long time ago....

then what are you waiting for! I have messages posted at the top of the message board to sign up or talk about it, so please speak up.

You pick the game

You pick the starting level

You pick the starting time(s)

You pick the day(s)

You pick the starting pre-gen characters you bring or discuss with players ahead of time what they can have



We have a venue that we can use for the whole day and night if you want both days.




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