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Endgame - Forum
Dungeons & Dragons 3.5e
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Should the world ever recover, 1321 will be known as the year that three states of a world were gone.
No; not moved, not destroyed, taken, erased....Gone.
Attempts to describe the nations provide confused epitaphs (for that is all they can be described as) filled with ramblings and stuttering. It is as if a dream plays on the edge of wakefulness and wants to be remembered. Journey's toward the states by those who seek to fulfill the dream thought are forgotten long before the destination is reached. Divination spells reveal a haze of foggy information- followed by a sharp recoil of pain and a desire never to investigate the dream again.
But your dreams? Your dreams are filled with detail. Specific detail. Vivid...recollections? of unknown horrors taking place within the three gone states. You hear the murmurs around you, but you can't understand them. It's as if you are walking through a crowd of blindfolded people with your eyes uncovered. You see purpose- purpose that lies in the South. You see a reason to lend your influential sway to this odd and paranormal grasp that has taken the world. But for some reason, you've withheld. You've not travelled South. Some form of concern was nibbling at the edge of your mind as if to warn you.
Something was amiss.
Please see ALL threads within the main thread group- if only to understand what and where you should be doing your thing.
I require from you;
Who am I?
My name be Matt, mateys. /endpirateintroduction
I'm actually new to DM'ing but am loving it so much in RL with my current campaign that I thought I would run one on the weave as well. I've been following y'all here for some time now and you seem like a good bunch of eggs. I have a grand sense of humor until someone pushes my patience too far. I don't like know it alls or rules lawyers- I'm entitled to "slip" occasionally- if I do a heads up PM is acceptable but calling it out in a thread is not. I am helpful but also like to be given help, I like to nurture a character idea if its a solid concept even if it means stepping on some rules a little.
Will this work?
I am confident in a Level 20 campaign because I intend to only accept people with a high post count, dedication to their current games and an eye for good grammar and punctuation. There's a lot of leg work in a Level 20 campaign so I'm sorry to exclude anyone below 500 posts- I really need to see you're sticking in there for the semi long haul at least.
Last edited by Epicosity; Nov 11 '12 at 12:35pm..