Fantasy Reference OOC Chatter.

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Hotshot007

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Let me just be the first to say how impressed I am by the fact you have bagpipe battle music on hand so fast
 

Andi

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As far as I can see from the description of Frostbite a ranged attack is not needed as the frost forms on the target rather than forms and then fires towards it. So one Goblin gets icy and it failed it's save so has disadvantage next turn to attack and took a couple of HP damage.

Firebolt from Adrian does need a ranged attack. They will be easily in range this turn as they rush in.

Clara's Eldritch blast misses it's target.

I think that was it for ranged attacks as the two groups closed? Just need to clear up the firebolt and then with some of the party and all the Goblins dashing they will meet in the next turn.
 

Blaze

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Sorry guys. Been having a major issues with my internet provider the last week or so. Please just continue on without me for now. I'll be back when I can be.
 

Blaze

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Gonna shamelessly plug my own game here. Please come have a looksee

 

CaelumEtTerra

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Gonna shamelessly plug my own game here. Please come have a looksee

Huh. Looks neat. I’ll check it out later
 

DeusUmbra

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Starting to feel like this is falling apart, since there hasn't been any real activity in a couple weeks
 

DeusUmbra

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Well hey, at least Blaze is starting his own for anyone that wants to go over there it seems, i think im gonna sit it out though since im still unsure about group rps in general, and we've all gotten to know each other a bit through this and seen our different roleplaying styles, so who knows, maybe this will get some of us to do some private rps together, im always open for that. Maybe i'll be like Blaze and try running my own group rp someday, since i did just wrap up an IRL DnD 3.5 campaign after 3 wonderful years so i have some experience with GMing.
 

humon

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These things happen. D&D campaigns online tend to fizzle out quickly. I think the reason usually is that it is very time consuming and exhausting to roll dice for battles round by round, calculate what bonuses apply, keep track of everyone's stats, and not forget everything during the two weeks it takes for all of the players to respond. It's a lot of technical work for very little payoff, since the story only advances six seconds at a time. This is why I don't GM rules-based campaigns anymore. But I keep joining them as a player in hopes that the GM will be one of those rare workaholics who posts frequently and enjoys crunching numbers and rolling dice.

It was fun dipping my toes in 5e, but I think I'll stick to writing prose from now on.
 
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