Tomorrow I'm going to get to do some gaming! Woo Hoo!
For Father's Day some gamer friends and I are going to get together, have a cookout and play D&D all day!! My buddy Clint has resurrected our old D&D Campaign we Co-DMed a few years back and is going to test our mettle against the Legendary Woodking! It will be 3.5 since that is what the bulk of the players coming are familiar with, but I'm pretty excited! Just finished rolling up my character; Righteous Rude; The Lion of Kord (Human, Favored Soul). Should be alot of fun. Rumour has it there will be some of those "Girly Man" elves in the party! LOL
I hope everyone has a great weekend and a Happy Father's Day!
Sunday, June 10, 2012
Here's the blurb about it;
"Welcome to scenic Pitford: Gateway to the Ruins! This is your last stop before undertaking a dig in the nearby Great Ruins. Why not enjoy some of the fine services offered in this enclosed town? There are brothels, bars, massage parlors, shops, a casino and even a gladiatorial arena, all here for your delight. After all, this may be your last night in this twisted world, why not make it one to remember?
Pitford is like a great immobile tank, stuck on the battle scarred, hostile plains in the shadow of the Great Ruins. This scrap metal enclosure is more than a home base for excavators; it is a dynamic adventure site, where opportunity, riches, espionage, crime, and debauchery await. Herein, game sessions are as challenging and deadly as anything found outside of its junk and concrete shell. The fortress-town stands as a frontier bastion for a hard pressed humanity, providing a retreat from the harsh sand storms and flesh eating mutated beasts of the wilds. With one road leading in at the south and another at the north, it is stopping place for travelers, outlaws, savages, scavs, runaways and most of all, excavators. For over eighty years this fort has served as a base camp for dig teams who loot the boundless ruinscape beyond, where the lucky make it back alive with artifacts of enormous wealth and power.
This book is both a game master reference resource, as well as a guide for players whose characters are visiting the bustling, old west style boom town. Included are 56 shops and businesses, 33 streets and alleys, access points to the topside roof, and stairwells to the notorious basement level. In addition, fortress defenses, gatehouses, and town watch details are included, along with a robust section on the municipal jail with encounters for those incarcerated within. Also included are series of adventure hooks, appendices, map collections, the governing Association of Business Owners and the Freehold Scouts. Situated in the north east corner of the Crossroads Region, Pitford figures heavily in upcoming adventures published for The Mutant Epoch role-playing game. While having this book isn’t necessary, it would enhance game play and provide details on resources adventurers need to recover, resupply, and recruit new excavators.
● 200 pages ● 108 illustrations ● 5 Maps ● 122 Locations ● Encounter Tables ● Random Rumors ● Adventure Hooks and much more!
Print version $24.99PDF 10.99"
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
on board and donate some $$ to make this happen!!!
Sunday, June 3, 2012
+4 on all Climbing related checks due to their climbing claws.
PC Reptoids must have at least a 14 strength attribute.
Reptoids cannot be psychics. In fact, Reptoids are particularly susceptible to Psychic influence and manipulation; they get a -2 penalty to any saving throws to resist telepathic attacks or scans. For this reason powerful Telepaths (like the alien Slavers in particular) often use them as bodyguards and such.
Reptoids are a very primitive species and are not comfortable using advanced weapons or technology (to a Reptoid a crossbow is an advanced weapon). Some rare more intelligent specimens have been trained to use low tech weapons (swords, axes etc.), but most prefer to use their natural attacks to get the job done.