I'm not what you call an active member (I have a group in S. Austin that is presently full and running each week), but I would consider footing the bill.
I would simply insist on being able to post openings for NPCs run by visiting players, drop-in opportunities for guests, etc.
Just a thought.
Hope you find someone who can run it regularly that you are all more familiar with.
Bless those who have done it in the past (bless you, you are my hero, sir, and I teach my
second graders who our heroes are - NOT popstars, NOT sports figures, NOT teachers, though we might be good role-models, a very different thing).
Others, like Norm, did a great job keeping things
Keep it going, folks. It's a good idea.
Michael & Jennifer
From: Steve Shapiro <[address removed]>
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Sent: Thursday, September 22,[masked]:36 AM
Subject: [dnd-823] Temporary fix for the Austin D&D meetup group
As I just recently saw my email regarding this group, I decided to keep this group going for three more months. After that, it's up to you guys to figure out who will take over. I'm currently deployed in Iraq, and unfortunately I will not be able to meet you guys until I come back. May your rolls be crits, and let the game continue!
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