GM AbyssDancer's 'Ire of the Storm'

Game Master AbyssDancer

Drawn by tales of long-lost temples and the abandoned riches of long-dead heretical cults, the PCs are not the first treasure-hunters, fortune-seekers, or troubled souls hoping for a fresh start at the frontier town of Pridon's Hearth. But dark threatening stormclouds are gathering beyond the horizon, for both the colonists and for the wider region. It is far from certain that this mixed group of heroes and chancers will survive to make their fortune, and in so doing shield the growing colony from raging tempests and hostile monsters. Dare they brave the Ire of the Storm?

Initiative block:

[dice=Aza] 1d20 + 8[/dice]
[dice=Iradyiel] 1d20 + 4[/dice]
[dice=ChestThumper] 1d20 + 1[/dice]
[dice=Francis] 1d20 + 3[/dice]
[dice=Vedic] 1d20 + 1[/dice]
[dice=Pious] 1d20 + 3[/dice]

Perception block:

[dice=Aza] 1d20 + 3[/dice]
[dice=Iradyiel] 1d20 + 9[/dice]
[dice=ChestThumper] 1d20 + 12[/dice]
[dice=Vedic] 1d20 + 8[/dice]
[dice=Francis] 1d20 + 1[/dice]
[dice=Pious] 1d20 + 9[/dice]

History Of Pridon's Hearth
Pridon's Hearth Locations


Turn posts
As we all agreed in recruitment, I expect a post from everyone every day, and once at the weekend.

When you post, consider providing a physical description of your PC and fleshing out mannerism, quirks, fears, personality, etc. We’d all love to read a name and immediately have a strong picture in our minds of who this name belongs to.

I expect the vast part of your responses in character; if it is not then please use [ooc] for any comment, question, etc. Also, please consider including your character’s internal thought process, using italics [i]. This is an excellent touch to games and will strongly help define your character. There will be times when I or a fellow player might take over your character (if you are away for example) so a well-defined character is to everyone's benefit.

It is strongly encouraged to involve other PCs and NPCs in your responses to regular turns (sometimes even combat turns) by ‘tagging’ them (asking them questions, requesting them to do something, etc.); this gets our roleplaying juices flowing and makes for a much better game.

The Golden Rule

General play
I want to adapt to what you all like, so things may change. I strongly encourage you to ask questions, send comments, and suggestions. I need to know what you like and what you don't like so we might adjust accordingly.