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  1. So, here's where you put up info on your character. I'd like stat blocks in people's signatures so we can all reference easily, so this space is more for what is known about your character in Thedas. Please mark anything that you want to share here that is not public knowledge and give an indication of what kind of people might know. Say if you're a Orlesian minor noble that has a penchant for illicit lyrium laced mushrooms, probably only your dealer and select foodie friends know about it. Certainly not your devout Chantry-following companions. For now. I'll also place NPCs of note here.
  2. Character Sheet Template (Thanks Dave!) Name: Concept: Class: Abilities (Focuses) # Communication # Constitution # Cunning # Dexterity # Magic # Perception # Strength # Willpower Combat Ratings- Speed: / Health: / Defense: / Armor Rating: (Type of Armor) Attacks- Weapon / Attack Roll / Damage / Range Powers- Spellpower: Mana Points: Talents: Weapon Groups: Spells: Equipment: Coins: Silver, Copper
  3. Character creation: you can do random rolling per the base rules in the book with me in Discord and you'll get some bennies from me on top of that for rolling with whatever you get. Elsewise, you can follow the point-buy system in the book, as well as picking your background bonuses, but no extra bennies. Other than that, everyone is a first level character. If someone wants to start as a Grey Warden, that is possible but needs a discussion with me about the character since they will be beginning with stat boosts.
  4. ....well, you would be in the game.....but I don't think you would like the party's intentions...... I will say at this point that I'm going to go with the Inquisition as the character's at least suggested point of contact. While I'm fine with some characters being new to the organization, Skyhold (the Inquisition's headquarters) is going to be the base of operations for the group. You can be a for-hire mercenary, an ardent supporter of the Inquisition, someone seeking shelter within the Inquisition from other woes, or a person assigned from another organization (Wardens, various monarchies, or a more nefarious criminal organization) to work with the Inquisition. For those that don't know the setting, I'll be putting up a lexicon and brief history guide as soon as I can. For now, the Inquisition is a politically neutral military organization that sprang up after a magical calamity occurred that threatened the world. The calamity has been ended, but as the description of the game says, Thedas is in pretty shit shape still and the Inquisitor (head of the Inquisition) is moving the focus of the Inquisition from saving the world from evil to saving the world from itself.
  5. Okay, so apparently we have five new people, maybe six, coming to the site to play the Dragon Age game. YAY! In that light, I'm going to make it a free for all for number of players, and make groups for GM-run storylines. It'd be wonderful to have such a large influx of new players, so I'm going to alter the game to "GM storylines with an area for sandbox socializing around the plots". So.....demi-semi-open world?
  6. Hey guys! I'm getting this set up, though it'll be a bit of a slow process. What's everyone thinking of playing? There's only three classes, so don't worry so much about the mechanics/classes as about backgrounds and rp stuff. For those new to the Dragon Age setting, I'll have a thread on setting when I get a chance to write it up around the kids (or c/p from the wiki ). Feel free to talk!
  7. "I do run every day," she said more sharply than she intended. She sighed and reigned her tone back in, but did add, "And school has been out for weeks. I just needed to be out of the house - away from my parents and Lona. She's just so...." She motioned with her hands, as if trying to wave away her aggravation with the other teen. "Crazy Lona, at this point." "Also, if Monsanto or whoever owns them now was just looking for slaves, at least the farmers would have something to do. Instead, they get pushed out and the agribussiness bus in underpaid works and use drones to keep an eye on the crops. And don't get me started on the genemodding - it's criminally negligent and stupidly dangerous and...." She put her hands over her face to stop the rant. "Sorry, Papa's a geneticist and not a greedy corporate schill, so he gets wound up on the issue. He's been hired to do wildlife and crop studies several times. Once you're done with the puff piece on the fair, he'd probably be willing to do an interview." She glanced down at her salad, poking at it without much appetite, then admitted softly. "I'm bored."
  8. Sorry, tired brain is tired late at night. And 9 p.m. is now late at night for me, good God I'm old. Nina - Will do! Sorry if I was causing stress.
  9. Clara Wright - Vitakinetic if that's still available. Otherwise....I'll have to look about more. The original idea for her was quantikinetic. ETA: I think I can do Electrokinesis just fine, too. So, if Vivi's doing Vita, I can do Electro.
  10. Yeah, sorry, I've been going off the prompts in the book and it just isn't translating well from a book written for tabletop and a PBP. I'll look over the next plot point and figure out if I want to try to continue and "translate" or if doing that is going to end up being as much/more work than running something homebrew.
  11. Sorry, been in pain and then sick. Is no one going to talk to Lacy at all? I can just go ahead and start the next plot point, but the game is going to be fairly thin if we just jump from combat to combat.
  12. The creatures (the ones left) seemed to finally understand that the Hellbore was not the easy meal they had hoped for. They slithered out of the cavern through a small opening at the base of one of the walls; the sound of their many many legs clicking along the stone as they retreated. Doc Haggerty waves from inside the Hellbore, but doesn't even exit the machine before motioning for the group to head back to camp and firing up the infernal device again. Miners that had fled drift back from the campfire, either gathering up the insect bits to burn or patching the wall up to make sure no more come back for a second try. The sound of the Hellbore drilling through the stone begins again and the Wasatch crew settles back into work. Charley Bill and his posse return as well; most go straight to bed, while a few are limped over to the sawbones in the camp. Hellstromme's guards take up their position at the caboose again. Lacy manages to catch one of the miners on burn duty, making quick sketches of the creatures before they're cremated. Once done, he brings a last pot of hot coffee around to the gunslingers, his notepad in hand. "So, that was exciting. What exactly happened?"
  13. I am sick, so it'll likely be a day or two before I feel up to moving the game along. Sorry for the delay.
  14. Honestly, I added a few more in to make the combat last more than one round. *shrugs* You guys can crush these things pretty easily, so it's a chance to show off and throw out witty one-liners.
  15. The miners in the main camp relaxed as they listened to Claire's words of inspiration; some went so far as to grab dinner and some wine while they waited for the two different groups at either end of the tunnel to finish up with their respective bad guys. A very few sat around Claire like children at Sunday school, hanging on her words and occasionally crossing themselves. Near the Hellbore, some of the bugs turned on the shooters, though several more still tapped impatiently on the metal.
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