This is a bit off topic from my usual subject matter, but I thought there might be a few folks out there that would be interested in this. WARNING: GEEK CONTENT ABOUT TO REACH CRITICAL LEVELS.
Wednesday nights are our game nights. My husband is a walking Dungeons and Dragons encyclopedia, as well as a talented storyteller/DM. Recently, he started a site where he and a couple other DM’s are running, among other things, a text-based Ebberon DnD campaign at www.kerlathis.com.
If you’re not terribly familiar with the Ebberon setting, there’s a Wiki built into the site to quickly look up anything, as well as an automatic dice roller, character sheets, and anything else you might need. If you want any character creation tips or site orientation, we’re happy to help in any way.
The nice thing about an online based game is that playtime isn’t limited to just the set times and places. There’s usually a couple people hanging out in the tavern or throughout the ‘city’ roleplaying their characters just going about their normal day. Smashing things and taking their stuff is a blast, but it’s also nice to get lost in a character while keeping my writing and storytelling skills sharp.
As of now, we have a set gametime of Wednesday nights at 8pm eastern time, with more sessions to be added. Impromptu adventures are also known to occur randomly.
If you’ve got an itch to roll some dice, come on by tonight!
(If you’re looking for me, I’m the halfling cleric/sous-chef.)