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Re: Hee Hee

New postby Bill » Wed Dec 29, 2004 1:32 pm

Meow Factory wrote:Of course, you were no help with game times


Of course not. As far as I know we're trying to work around your schedule that day. :P


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New postby Meow Factory » Wed Dec 29, 2004 1:56 pm

Uh,

I get off work at 3pm tomorrow, so how about planing to start at
3:30pm +/- 30 minutes. Or I could just catch up :wink:

SAT is more of a problem. I doubt I'll blow off the family new years
lunch, so it would be close to 5pm before I could turn up. Again, you
could start without me, since it takes time to get things rolling.

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New postby Bud » Wed Dec 29, 2004 5:08 pm

So, I wasn't aware we were playing both days, but it's fine w/me if we finalize plans tonight.

I'm currently debating between barbarian or cleric (the new cleric class is pretty good). Of course, I can't get very creative w/o giving Curt an aneurism.

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New postby Bill » Wed Dec 29, 2004 5:43 pm

Bud wrote:So, I wasn't aware we were playing both days
Nor was I. One day/evening will suffice for this adventurer.

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New postby Bud » Thu Dec 30, 2004 4:02 pm

OK, as per our discussion last night. Sat, 1/1/5, 4:00PM (Bob arriving when he can).
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New postby Jeff » Thu Dec 30, 2004 4:51 pm

I GET TO PLAY A CHARACTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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New postby Bill » Sun Jan 02, 2005 11:54 am

Good job, Curt.

Thanks for DMing for us. :)

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fun fun fun

New postby Bob's cat » Sun Jan 02, 2005 2:06 pm

Yes, it was much fun :D THANX!

Cash treasure: (117g, 190s) (7g, 15s) (19g, 24s) (40g, 250s) for a total of (183 gold and 479 silver)

Other treasure:
7 suits of scale mail (we have 1+ armorsmiths avail to clean them up) retail 350 gold total
1 nice great axe retail 20 gold
1 metal shield retail 9 gold
3 nice throwing axes retail 24 gold total
1 masterwork hand axe (a keeper) retail 306 gold
Thats 403+306 (or 709 gold retail) in gear weighing in at 253 pounds.

Magic
1 potion (healing?) -- did we use this on cleric ?

Did caster have anything of note ?

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meow meow meow

New postby Bob's cat » Sun Jan 02, 2005 2:43 pm

Oh, nasty gear not worth dealing with was destroyed and tossed off the cliff with the orc bodies 8)

Animals
We have two pack mules, which are now in the big secret room with arrow slits for air. Allowing
for 3 days return trip, they have 4 days of feed along with anything the Elf was able to forage
for them. So, we have 4 or so days to finish off the rest of the hold and pack it out :P The mules
also have 2 or 3 barrels of water. We should be able to check up on them.

Assuming they live, the mules will be able to pack out roughly 800lbs of treasure and gear 8)
Or, they can drag up to 4600 lbs :oops: They still move at 15, which matches up with all the plate
users :shock:

Supplies packed in (with us or hidden in secret room)
2 sets: Pack saddle, Saddle blanket, Halter
10 "Dwarf Days" supply of Cheese, Nuts, Dried Fruit, Dried meats...
1 Barrel with 10 "Dwarf Days" Supplies (still closed)
1 Six man tent (wit two holes)
6 Blankets
8 sheets of 10x10 canvas (1 used and full of holes)
4 wooden poles 10'
4 waterskins fine wine
4 waterskins water
2 Empty map cases
3 Barrels (now used for mule water)
1 Wooden bucket
10 Sacks
10 Heavy leather coin bags (500 coins each)
10 Torches
2 Shovel
1 Miner's pick
1 Woodsman's axe
1 Fire grate
Small set of pots, pans, tools and some spices for cooking
1 Lantern, hooded
1 Lantern, Bullseye
2 Wooden chest with 10 flask oil (20 total, 3 used)
1 Wooden chest with 10 flask holy water
2 Crowbar
4 lbs soap
4 Backpacks
1 Bedroll
6 Flint & steel
6 Small metal (steel) mirrors
2 boxes of 20 Chalks (each)
2 Quiver of 20 masterwork arrows (40 total, 6 taken)
4 Bolt cases with 10 masterwork bolts (40 total)
1 Healers kit
6 Climbing kits
1 Block and tackle
2 Grappling hooks
2 Hammer
64 Pitons
5 Coils of silk rope, 50' length
3 Coils of silk rope, 100' length
1 Coil of silk rope, 200' length

Of course, this does not include whats on Morak himself (or any other PCs) and I have no idea
what you guys packed. And FYI masterwork arrows/bolts can not be reused.

If your PC did not leave with a full pack of supplies :oops: grab a pack and some supplies from above.
Otherwise, backdate your info :wink:

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New postby Jeff » Sun Jan 02, 2005 3:10 pm

Great Game!!
Bob, once agian thanks for Quartermastering.

Curt great Job.
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Re: fun fun fun

New postby Bud » Mon Jan 03, 2005 2:52 am

Bob's cat wrote:Magic
1 potion (healing?) -- did we use this on cleric ?


Yes
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New postby Bob's fuzzy cat » Tue Jan 04, 2005 12:00 pm

1 potion (healing?) -- did we use this on cleric ?

Yes


Of course we did, the cleric tanked :lol:
Sorry for the stupid question :P

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New postby Bud » Sat Jan 08, 2005 2:02 pm

Who left their spell cards at my house?
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New postby Guest » Sat Jan 08, 2005 4:45 pm

If they are little white cards, we did. I didn't know what they were and brought them over to ask him if they were part of D&D. I will get them from you if/when I come down. Still not confirmed, but sounds like I will be down there WW05 to 08.

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New postby Robert » Wed Jan 10, 2007 7:21 am

Hi,

did your D&D fun looked like this?
http://tapirherde.blogspot.com/2006/10/rollenspieler.html

Robert

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