Thank you, Maddok. I've never had too much fun dming in real life, but online, it's a different story. The players are courteous and they don't trash my apartment. :3 Or have temper tantrums when they get hit.
I only have four problem players IRL, but I think that's still a lot.
Much of it, but not the whole thing. I read straight through the murder-play then skipped around just to see character interactions.
I can't remember exactly where I left off in the straight-reading of the thing, though.
Gah! Dungeon crawling, my old arch-enemy!
When I started out, the dm was obsessed with them; he considered them the height of role playing adventures...
We never did finish his 40 levels epic dungeon he was always going on about, I think we managed to get down to lv 10 or something.
Maddok certainly had a Conan like effect on the women of that particular celebration.
Probably didn't hurt that his character was wearing revealing armor and was all oiled up.
Normally it is the BARD who get's carried away at celebrations like that heh.