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21st August 2004

bandersnitch11:42am: Community Comics anyone?
lee_in_limbo introduced me to a commuity called tag_team_comic

I read the community as each member takes their turn creating the next frame in the comic.

This is a variation on a little game we played back in our college days (ok, they were in college) called Community Comics.

I am thinking of starting a community comic lj community, and wondered if anyone would be interested in participating. People would be welcome to lurk and watch the comic evolve, but approved members would be required to take turns filling in their spot. The comic evolves as each member adds their bit.

Should we get a lot of response, multiple comics may be generated at the same time by smaller groups within the community. (different themes/styles etc)

I figured I would post some basic rules to give you an idea about what would be required.

You can only control one character in the comic, and it must be of your own design.

You can only draw your own character. You can draw backgrounds and props and other scenery.

You cannot make someone else's character do or say anything. Just your own.

Each person would be required to print the current comic, add their part, scan it, and repost for the next player. (or digitally import their scanned portion or digitally created element to the page if they dont have the hardware)

Obviously there are some hardware requirements.

So? Is this something anyone thinks they would have fun with?

Reply here if you have any questions, or if you are into something like this!

Xposted like yo momma!
Current Mood: curious

29th July 2004

bandersnitch12:16am: LinkMedia to produce an Adventure Module for WorldWorks Games
One of the projects I have been working on is nearly complete.

http://www.WorldWorksGames.com ™ has announced that I will be writing the first ever adventure module to be used with their Chunky Dungeons™ model set.

For those who do not know what WorldWorks Games is, allow me to explain. WorldWorks produces inexpensive paper folded models that you download and print at home to create fully textured and detailed 3D models to be used to enhance your gaming experience.

The adventure module, titled "The Eye of Capallesis" is designed for three to six, 3rd-5th level characters, and is compatible with Dungeons & Dragons d20 v3.5. The adventure will come in full colour, complete with the full first chapter in the Capallesis Rising Triology, 6 optional pregenerated characters, and bonus printable models to be used in the adventure. The game will also be playable with your own characters, and is created for no specific campaign setting as to fit into any fantasy game using the D&D 3.5 system.

Take your game farther with the first adventure module created to use with the WorldWorks™ models.

Check out other WorldWorks™ products at http://www.worldworksgames.com

Check out LinkMedia's Games at http://www.linkmedia.ca
Current Mood: ecstatic

14th March 2004

bandersnitch10:53pm: Final Fantasy X2
Ok so here is my delema.

I finished Final Fantasy X a few weeks ago. I was emotionally drained to see that finally come to an end. I spent close to a month on near fanatical marathons of playing. It is an awesome game.

A week ago I bought Final Fantasy X2. Not so much into it. Infact the combat system is so very different that I am not the least bit interested in playing this.

Not to say that this is a bad game, and I am sure someone out there might like it.

I am selling it.

Make me an offer. I will consider anything.

29th February 2004

bandersnitch2:49am: How Roleplaying Pure is your Fiance`
Ok, granted she is devoid of GM Experience, but this is how my Fiance rates.
(super hot gaming girl)

Ultimate Roleplaying Purity Score
CategoryYour ScoreAverage
Enjoys the occasional head-lopping
Sensitive Roleplaying86.08%
Occasionally remembers to name their PC
GM Experience100%
The power of the GM's screen compels you!
Systems Knowledge98.16%
Played in a couple of campaigns
Livin' La Vida Dorka88.51%
Nobody at work would ever suspect
You are 91.45% pure
Average Score: 68.5%
Current Mood: content

28th February 2004

bandersnitch11:31pm: This is how Geeky I am
Ultimate Roleplaying Purity Score
CategoryYour ScoreAverage
Has conversations in between massacres
Sensitive Roleplaying26.58%
All the game's your stage
GM Experience23.19%
Closer to a novel than to a campaign
Systems Knowledge73.45%
Local rules guru
Livin' La Vida Dorka32.18%
Carries dice in pocket 'just in case'
You are 42.35% pure
Average Score: 68.5%
Current Mood: geeky

11th February 2004

wavemotiongun6:43pm: Whoredom
Grah, I hate to say this...But this is when you promote the community. I know, I know...It'll make you whores...but I'll love you.

Being a whore isn't that bad.

6th January 2004

unseenanimosity11:12pm: Hello!?!??!?!?!?!?!?!
Is anyone in here??? Or am I the only hot geek who LARP's....
Current Mood: curious
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