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Jorvik: A Land of Snow & Ice

Game Master DSXMachina

A dark mystery in the ancient city of York.

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Female Humanish Very little class but on the level


Treppa wrote:


Light bulb! :)

Evil GM

That was a brilliant post Treppa, have a Fate point.

Well deserved!

(Yes. I peeked. I always fail my will roll vs Hidden stuff. Sorry. ) :)

Female Humanish Very little class but on the level

You can peek. It's really to keep the post from being ridiculously long as well as separate internal/external life.

Poor ghoul. He was looking forward to some baked ham.



THAT was so bad, it was good!

Leave the PUNS to the professionals! You can hurt yourself with those things!


Treppa wrote:
Sorry Tilnar, kinda jammed Kenneth & Molly up with that shot. :(

No worries --- Kenneth's pretty durable -- and I have at least 2 spare sisters after this one. ;)

I will say that severes are pretty rough -- you might be better off with a moderate and 2 stress. Stress goes away at end of scene, and moderates don't persist the way severes do. (Also, a severe is beyond Kenneth's magic to heal)

And, Rags -- you could lose your stress with a mild. Then again, not having something taggable is often a goodly sort of thing.

Female Humanish Very little class but on the level

Molly might object to being considered expendable...

Hmm. I was kinda going with the description of the bone snapping and that being a severe in the book. I didn't realize about the duration of severe. Of course, that leaves only my severe open in case something worse happens. Yeah, worse. I said it!

DSX, is a moderate and 2 physical OK with you?

Oh, not good to hear that the post monster may be back. We haven't had eaten posts for a while now. Thought the tech gurus had that bug fixed.

yeah I was just pondering that in the game thread. (I must remember to ponder aloud in THIS thread) ;P

I'm thinking I'm going to go ahead and take a minor BATTERED AND BRUISED, just because Danny has so FEW squares to start off with!

If he survives the next few seconds, he can always (try) to mitigate any tag on his condition with fast talking and singing! :)

So,... the last post I made was what I had been thinking of when we prepared for the meeting earlier. Is that ok? It is in line with what we discussed, is not too powerful, but is in character for Danny thinking he's always ready for those who could otherwise eat him for lunch. (Or dinner) And it sounds like something could 'realistically' (in a fantasy world anyway) be done. :)

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