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  1. I've used a few of these sites before, Donjon is really awesome. Another good one is http://inkarnate.com/ Which is still in beta but can be used to make some nice looking maps. Speaking of which, I've finally finished up my D&D map! I'll be posting it here in a few days after I introduce it in the game, but I'm pretty happy with it.
  2. I like the Dwarf Fortress music, I may be able to find a place for it in my game. When we wait in the lobby for the game to start, I always play This WoW music. I've never played WoW but I like its music and it fits very well for that ready to begin style of music. Also, Pavane by Gabriel Faure is what I consider the perfect travel/adventure music for this sort of game. It may be from the 1800's but it really sounds like the kind of music that would play in a SNES RPG overworld, like Dragon Quest. In other news, I'm preparing a zelda style dungeon for my second group, check it out: Obviously, it's sand/earth themed. I was hoping to find a really good song to use, preferably a cover of a Zelda dungeon song for it. I found a good Stone Tower Temple remix but was also hoping to find a good Skyward Sword earth temple remix, but no one seems to have remixed it in a classical style.
  3. Finding time to play is one of the hardest things to do as adults haha. Dude this website is awesome! I'm for sure going to check this out. I always just use an editable PDF in a separate window for my character but everyone else in my group wants their info online, so I will show this to them. This will allow me to see their info at all times too if I need to
  4. That sounds cool, I'd watch that short film. Last night I ran a game for a second group of people who I am starting on the opposite, southern end of the island. I'm trying to give them connecting story threads but different adventures, so when the two groups meet up, they will each have different stories to tell and have answers for each other's questions. Currently I am preparing a zelda style dungeon for the second group, complete with locked doors and keys, puzzles, minibosses and a sand theme throughout the dungeon. Should be fun!
  5. Well there is actually a really good virtual tabletop called Roll20. It's free, and you can use tokens, roll dice, have maps and even play music and use fog of war features. It's what I've been using for my D&D, and it even can do voice/video chat through the website!
  6. ^ These are both some really cool suggestions. I like the idea of his character having dark intentions/worshiping a different god, and the idea that maybe the god isn't good. I feel a large part of it is more that it's how he as a player likes to play (grabbing everything and having a trophy of every enemy they fight), and he was a bit frustrated when I told him that his behaviour (wanting to steal and kill people to get their stuff) is not becoming of a good aligned character. It would still annoy me but to a lesser extent if he was playing a thief, for example. Then again, the concept of a terribly greedy character needing to learn to resist his urges makes for an interesting character, but maybe not a very fun character to play. I'm not sure. Overall I'm keeping the game simple. I know he wants to have lots of crafting and resource collecting, but I strongly dislike that element in video games and I'm not prepared to include it in a meaningful way, so I've been keeping it simple. I haven't even been making them keep track of how many arrows they fire, for example. Maybe one day I can have intense political intrigue, warring nations, crafting, etc but for now I'm still just learning. Also, an OCR game would be cool, I bet there could be some really cool games run by people on here!
  7. That is a good point. I'm still also new to DM'ing so it's taking practice for me to learn what works and what doesn't. I did have another reasoning for why his god would be unhappy though, which is more of a "human" (in the sense that greek gods and such had "human" goals and desires) reason. His god, Njord, is a god of treasure and tasked his cleric with finding his lost treasure for him, in exchange he would be blessed with treasure and adventure. Recently, they explored a temple filled with monsters, and in a fit of rage, the player had his character eviscerate a monster, splattering its blood and guts all over the floor and walls. This was the same temple where he tried to break and shatter jade statues so he could take some with him. I figured that Njord would watch that and think "Do I really trust this guy with finding my lost temple of treasure, if he will defile a temple like this without a second thought?"
  8. That's awesome, I actually watched a bunch of Counter Monkey before I ever played D&D. I feel it helped prepare me and got me in the mindset. I've already spent several hundred bucks on collecting books and stuff for the game haha. And maps are super useful, especially grid maps of dungeons and caves! This is super cool, I hope to have a game that becomes that broad and awesome someday! Creating such an epic and engrossing story with others sounds really satisfying and engaging. You should totally see if you guys can play again on Roll20, which is a really handy virtual table top to play on. Also fun fact, apparently the Dragonlance books actually are official D&D books! I've been finding that a lot of things are part of the D&D world and I never knew (Baldur's Gate, Dragonlance, Neverwinter Nights to name a few) Adulting is really tough. This week I've been putting in 13 hour work days at the studio. Love my job but maaaaan. How does competitive D&D work? do you pit your characters against other characters, or is it like a race to get through a dungeon against another team? Both sound pretty fun haha. Oh thanks, yeah I will for sure check out enworld.org. I think I've actually come across some of their pages several times when looking for advice. I've got a player in my group playing a Chaotic Good Cleric, but he's greedy beyond belief. This player tries to take everything that isn't nailed down, skin and harvest every monster we fight and even break statues in temples so he can take pieces with him. He even took a sword and spear which were coated in evil magic out of greed and took both treasures at the end of the dungeon (I intended one for him and one for the other player, but he was instantly like "Hey you don't mind if I take both, right?") so I thought hard about it and realizedthat a good aligned god he serves would become upset with his actions (especially carrying around evil weapons for no reason outside of greed), and so his god revoked his magic powers. It baffled him beyond belief and it wasn't until the next game that he thought to actually ask his god what's going on haha.
  9. "The sound of stone scraping stone echoes through the dark corridors as you push open the secret door in the backroom of the ruined castle tower. The stench of decay and a burst of warm air erupts from the passage, and you see a stone staircase descending into darkness, flanked by walls adorned with intricate designs of tentacled creatures, armoured soldiers and treasures. You've found king Bairn's hidden catacombs. What do you do?" I recently (as in, around 6 months back) got to play my first D&D game, and it was awesome. I fell in love with the game, particularly 5e, and have since begun running my own game for a small group of friends. I've been looking for a website with a forum where I could talk to other players and DM's for advice on running my game, and then I realized there are probably some players on OCRemix. Were my assumptions correct? Are there other D&D players on these forums who would like to discuss their games and experiences and ask for advice? Also, just for fun, here's a WIP version of the map for my campaign:
  10. Hey, it's just good to know that you're still out and about!

  11. Hey! Whoa I haven't been on this site in a long time...

  12. Personally, I think the Miiverse is the best feature of the Wii U. If you don't use it, you're doing yourself a disservice. Also, my NinID is GameBird. I believe I have everyone added, but if not send me a friend request! n_n
  13. I would have thought people in Europe would prefer the 50hz version since that's the version they would have played when they were younger. It's like if you grew up with Super Mario Bros on NES, and then one day found out you had been playing a version that was faster than it was supposed to be. Would you want to play the slower version you've never played, or the way you originally experienced it?
  14. Oh yeah this E3 will be awesome. We're confirmed to see the next 3D Mario, Mario Kart Wii U, Smash Bros and Wind Waker will definitely be there. Gonna be good. Also, good article on the Virtual Console service. I agree with pretty much everything here. http://ca.ign.com/articles/2013/01/26/5-reasons-wii-us-virtual-console-is-totally-fair
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