Caldazar will be flying out of Malaysia and back into Australia on 28th September and will be visiting family for a couple of weeks through to the 15th of October. While I should still be able to check in periodically it will likely cause a few interruptions and my posts may involve a little more brevity than usual.
If needed at any point feel free to keep things moving with a DMPC :)
Pfft - I'm at one hp... a well aimed insult from the front row would probably knock me over at present. Either that or the blowback from my stupid morningstar that seems to just be having fun bouncing ineffectually off the rubbery skin of the lemures.
So for those of you wondering why I've slowed down part of it is that I simply have quite a bit to do and a lot of work in reality to do as well.
So I've more or less resolved to go at a slower pace to keep things from fallin completley out of control. The pirates will pick back up again as I think I may have found a way to speed through the tedium of constant fortitude saves against fatigue. I think the players already have a good sense that the work here is hard and tedious and the punishments for laziness are harsh and cruel. So I'll get around that.
Currently I'm trying to finish the first part of a small setting book called Dragonholme. Essentially the setting is a planar trade city ruled by dragons of all colors (except coppers and whites). With all the interesting bits this entails.
Caldazar still treasures the silver necklace that Merax gifted him back in the sewer. It was a sweet moment, the jewels having just been rescued from a pile of rat corpses and we were covered with slime and the scent of roasted torbles in the air... brings a mist to the eyes with the remembrance.
"Unmake your inhibitions Merax, give in to the carnal thoughts that I know gnaw at the prison in which you hold your emotions" drawing the Rovagugian close in and urging "Give me your Rough Beast"
If anyone here is interested in running a campaign, I am in a Serpent's Skull campaign with pretty good players. We were about 3 weeks in and then the DM just switched the campaign to inactive and said he did not want to deal with the issues. Issues that we have all seen a dozen times on PbP. If anyone is interested, or know someone who wants to DM a Serpent's Skull campaign, please let me know.
Here is the OOC thread for the now inactive campaign.
We have a mwangi elf wizard (me), a vanara ranger, a human cleric, and a human bard(archeologist). If someone wants to take over, we can play with 4 players, this group is decently balanced I think, or pick up 1-2 more.
As I said, we had only played for about a month, so very little has happened and we could easily restart if necessary.
Right skipping the labor stuff. You guys have a good understanding how horrid it is to work on an old timey ship. Particularly since I know at least one of you works on a new timey ship.
SO. I think I'll still call for daytime/nighttime actions and deal with some of the rolls myself to save time. Also I think it's time Scourge and Plugg amped up the love. The love of you being in pain that is.
Petronicus Crispin wrote:
If you are going to recruit another player then i'd be willing to make a character to toss into the ring. I'm even open to creating a class that the party needs.
Shhh, you are only a figment.
Mind you the ship could use a good figment or two.
I'd guess we need a divine caster most. We have a wizard, a rogue, a fighter/rogue (the swashbuckler) and a gunslinger (me).
PS I would like to echo the missing Kess idea. I mean, who else will Mugwort eventually fall in love with and make terrible, terrible goblin love to? And what about the children? The abominable children... Half-gnome/half-goblin monstrosities...
Mugwort the Goblin wrote:
I mean, who else will Mugwort eventually fall in love with and make terrible, terrible goblin love to? And what about the children? The abominable children... Half-gnome/half-goblin monstrosities...
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To elaborate Abit, I used to be able to go home for a few hours during work layovers do I had more time to kill. My old employer decided to go out of business without much notice beyond rumors. Our union placed us at another company with same pay/benefits (thankfully) but a tad too far to go home on a daily basis so I have Abit less time to post.
I like the Feversea crew, lots of potential in that group and thanks so much for liking Kess, I'm still trying to find footing with her and the group beyond the Mugwort "relationship". :) It's been fun to see it play out so far.
There's always an adjustment period at a new company, I'm thinking things will level out into a routine flow soon, then ill have more time for sure. I just don't want to hold up the game for everyone else.