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      Topic: The Tower of Azal'Lan
    bugsy

    Replies: 11
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    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sat Jun 22, 2013 4:31 pm   Subject: Wow!
    I have to add my two cents...

    This adventure is amazing! I am so impressed - it's like the good old days! It has everything I look for in a module, esp. the background info!

    If you're not buil ...
      Topic: Castle Greyhawk: the Comic Strip
    bugsy

    Replies: 61
    Views: 37513

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 5:17 pm   Subject: Castle Greyhawk: the Comic Strip
    Castle Greyhawk reminds me (in feel, in design) of my first D&D experiences. I just want to thank you two again, and encourage you to keep at it!
      Topic: Sandworms and the Suel
    bugsy

    Replies: 7
    Views: 5560

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed May 29, 2013 4:28 pm   Subject: Sandworms and the Suel
    Rasgon,

    You'll learn, if you continue the Dune series that the 'worms have a huge meaning and significance to Arrakis.

    My players only ever made it to the Sea of Dust once in my old campaign, ...
      Topic: Grimm
    bugsy

    Replies: 32
    Views: 24249

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Tue May 21, 2013 7:20 pm   Subject: Grimm
    I saw part of the last episode.
    Apparently there are these guys that can turn into monster-thingies!
    (I hope that wasn't a spoiler!)
    Wink
      Topic: Game of Thrones
    bugsy

    Replies: 135
    Views: 95784

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Tue May 21, 2013 2:10 am   Subject: Game of Thrones
    I have not yet read the newest book. I have debated whether I want to continue the emotional investment.

    But I probably will....

    And I do agree with you about the ending of Da Road!
      Topic: Game of Thrones
    bugsy

    Replies: 135
    Views: 95784

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Sun May 19, 2013 6:28 pm   Subject: Game of Thrones
    Just wondering: will this series cover the most recent book?

    I've been avoiding the series as I found the books pretty depressing, and a very pessimstic view of man. History has enough of that - I ...
      Topic: The Borgias
    bugsy

    Replies: 4
    Views: 6958

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Sun May 19, 2013 6:07 pm   Subject: The Borgias
    I've been following this show along with DaVinci's Demons with some interest. Fun watching, if one isn't a stickler for historical details. Although I'd give The Borgias a higher rating in that cate ...
      Topic: Castle Greyhawk: the Comic Strip
    bugsy

    Replies: 61
    Views: 37513

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon May 13, 2013 10:45 pm   Subject: Castle Greyhawk: the Comic Strip
    Would it be redundant to mention just how much I love that comic? It's been hilarious lately too.
    Keep up the great work guys!
      Topic: Called Shots and Critical Hits
    bugsy

    Replies: 6
    Views: 9104

    PostForum: Greyhawk- D&D 3.0e/3.5e/d20/Pathfinder   Posted: Sat May 11, 2013 3:38 am   Subject: Called Shots and Critical Hits
    Dark Herald

    Please take a look at Torn Asunder. I do not remember the publisher at this moment. This book is devoted to critical hits.

    I have been tossing around the idea of critical hit rul ...
      Topic: New DND Movie.... YAY?!?
    bugsy

    Replies: 9
    Views: 6329

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Thu May 09, 2013 4:54 pm   Subject: Chaimail!
    Chainmail - in it's original little silvery book version was one of myb favorite games wayyyy back when. I can't even tell you how many battles were waged between Minifigs Elves, Minifigs (snout-nose ...
      Topic: 900 monsters in one book
    bugsy

    Replies: 2
    Views: 5454

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Thu May 09, 2013 5:27 am   Subject: 900 monsters in one book
    That's an exciting project!
    I really hope you get to finish this!
    Count me in (as soon as I can free up some funds - currently broke Cry )
      Topic: New DND Movie.... YAY?!?
    bugsy

    Replies: 9
    Views: 6329

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed May 08, 2013 11:35 pm   Subject: New DND Movie.... YAY?!?
    srry - double-posted
      Topic: New DND Movie.... YAY?!?
    bugsy

    Replies: 9
    Views: 6329

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed May 08, 2013 11:35 pm   Subject: New DND Movie.... YAY?!?
    It troubles me that the same producers will be on board that produced the horrible Jeremy Irons ham-fest. But the script being based on Chainmail? I must know more!!!

    Having watched all the D& ...
      Topic: Dragon's Eye Tower??? Vesve/Wayestil Lake
    bugsy

    Replies: 10
    Views: 6026

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed May 08, 2013 11:33 am   Subject: Dragon's Eye Tower??? Vesve/Wayestil Lake
    Did you check the Oerth Journal?
    http://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5851594/Downloads_Section/Oerth_Journal/OJ_14.pdf
    If you didn't, there's some outstanding stuff there...
      Topic: Rain of Colorless Fire = Nukes?
    bugsy

    Replies: 26
    Views: 20186

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Thu May 02, 2013 5:22 pm   Subject: Rain of Colorless Fire = Nukes?
    As a few of you know, I'm an Herbalist and a Pagan, so I get to meet all kinds of interesting people with all kinds of interesting philospohies and theologies.

    While I am not a serious student, I ...
      Topic: Rain of Colorless Fire = Nukes?
    bugsy

    Replies: 26
    Views: 20186

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 6:40 pm   Subject: Rain of Colorless Fire = Nukes?
    The Twin Cataclysms were envisioned as a fantasy equivalent to a real world nuclear war followed by a nuclear winter. However, I don't believe EGG ever intended for the truth to be that the space/tim ...
      Topic: Scarlet Brotherhood + Tharizdun
    bugsy

    Replies: 31
    Views: 16187

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 5:42 pm   Subject: Scarlet Brotherhood + Tharizdun
    A tip of the hat, and a "well said!" to both vestcoat and El Scholar Mystico!

    I've been pulling my hair out trying to remember where I saw this, but it's a few ideas for Tharizdun cultists here:
    ...
      Topic: Scarlet Brotherhood + Tharizdun
    bugsy

    Replies: 31
    Views: 16187

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Apr 22, 2013 2:38 pm   Subject: Scarlet Brotherhood + Tharizdun
    The goals and theology of a Black Brotherhood that follows Tharizdun would reflect that of the god, don't you think? And what is Tharizdun's goal?
    The complete and utter destruction of everything; ...
      Topic: Pronunciations
    bugsy

    Replies: 8
    Views: 4811

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 10:58 am   Subject: Pronunciations
    In my Bandit Kingdoms campaign I'm having a lot of fun introducing my players to Stoink's Chicago-ese accent. I figure if EGG equated Stoink with my hometown, I'd chew the scenery a little.
    (Lotsa ...
      Topic: Scarlet Brotherhood + Tharizdun
    bugsy

    Replies: 31
    Views: 16187

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 10:50 am   Subject: Scarlet Brotherhood + Tharizdun
    Not that it's canon or anything, but I've been reading the Onnwal Project's most excellent sourcebook, and.....

    According to the authors, the reason Mordenkaiden, Bigby, et al. didn't step in - or ...
      Topic: Postfest Village Project- Think Tank Edition
    bugsy

    Replies: 127
    Views: 82875

    PostForum: Postfest Forum & Archive   Posted: Sun Apr 21, 2013 5:05 am   Subject: Postfest Village Project- Think Tank Edition
    Congrats on levelling up Cebrion! IMC you'd need to visit a trainer now! Wink
    Are you considering a Prestige Class? Maybe Spaminator? I think you qualify with all those Skill Points in Knowledg ...
      Topic: Deadly Caves?
    bugsy

    Replies: 27
    Views: 22906

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Tue Apr 16, 2013 12:56 pm   Subject: Deadly Caves?
    Those are some amazing pics - thanks for posting them! I am a big fan of spelunking, although I've only seen the more 'touristy' caves open to the public...so far. They are beautiful, in every case. ...
      Topic: HBO's Vikings
    bugsy

    Replies: 25
    Views: 22343

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Tue Apr 16, 2013 12:50 pm   Subject: HBO's Vikings
    That's a great series Sir X! I got hooked on Mr. Cornwell's Sharpe series. (That was also my introduction to Mr. Sean Bean, one of my favorite actors, as well as the famed 95th Rifles) Every Cornwel ...
      Topic: Nature Spirits?
    bugsy

    Replies: 9
    Views: 5507

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Tue Apr 16, 2013 12:17 pm   Subject: Nature Spirits?
    I'm looking for some ideas...
    The network of Standing Stones that Druids of the Old Faith use to travel are supposed to be guarded by 'Nature Spirits" from what I remember. Does anyone know the natu ...
      Topic: Sieges of the Flanaess
    bugsy

    Replies: 22
    Views: 11107

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed Apr 10, 2013 5:08 pm   Subject: Sieges of the Flanaess
    Isn't Scant in Onnwal considered under seige in the 590's?
      Topic: Some of my D&D artwork (image heavy)
    bugsy

    Replies: 14
    Views: 15984

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:34 pm   Subject: Some of my D&D artwork (image heavy)
    (I hate to keep being a me-too poster, but;)

    I love your work! I really dig that style - esp. the troll, bugbear, and nereid. Has your work seen print? If not, why not?
      Topic: Who are you? PC version
    bugsy

    Replies: 90
    Views: 52405

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Tue Apr 02, 2013 2:28 pm   Subject: Who are you? PC version


    Of course, this will also explain why our "village" (being discussed in another thread) could use the services of a trained mason. Everyone in the village is not going to know how to build a chim ...
      Topic: Who are you? PC version
    bugsy

    Replies: 90
    Views: 52405

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 12:14 pm   Subject: Who are you? PC version
    Neutral Good Human Druid, Lvl 6

    How boring...but kind of close...I wonder what answers I'd need to be a mage? And here I thought I was all chaotic.

    Thanks for bringing this thread back to life. ...
      Topic: White Plume Mountain map
    bugsy

    Replies: 17
    Views: 6915

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 11:37 am   Subject: White Plume Mountain map
    Now that was funny!
    Thanks for sharing that - it brought back some great memories!
      Topic: New Greyhawk Campaign
    bugsy

    Replies: 7
    Views: 18474

    PostForum: Campaign Journals & General Online Play   Posted: Mon Apr 01, 2013 9:00 am   Subject: New Greyhawk Campaign
    I have to agree with you Sir X. I think D&D reached the peak of playability with 3.5e.
    But opinions certainly differ! (Esp. here!)
      Topic: Celbits and Jebli
    bugsy

    Replies: 21
    Views: 11643

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Thu Mar 28, 2013 5:11 pm   Subject: Celbits and Jebli


    Drow were mentioned in the 1st edition Monster Manual I. "The drow, or black elves, are only legend..." That book was published in 1977; the G series was published in 1978.



    Just wondering: ...
      Topic: HBO's Vikings
    bugsy

    Replies: 25
    Views: 22343

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Thu Mar 28, 2013 5:08 pm   Subject: HBO's Vikings
    I certainly hope that my opinion did not imply a devaluation of your opinion. That was never intended. I hope we can swap opinions here without giving offense.
    As a Pagan, I am the last person to d ...
      Topic: HBO's Vikings
    bugsy

    Replies: 25
    Views: 22343

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 11:50 am   Subject: HBO's Vikings
    Wow. All human are descended from 3 men...of different races? Interesting theory.
    So many of this planet's problems come from adherance to and fundamentalist following of the three versions of th ...
      Topic: Gnomish Migrations
    bugsy

    Replies: 10
    Views: 3767

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 11:34 am   Subject: Gnomish Migrations
    Yes indeed. Good point. Rock gnomes would have been herding...pet rocks...
      Topic: Celbits and Jebli
    bugsy

    Replies: 21
    Views: 11643

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 11:32 am   Subject: Celbits and Jebli
    I am SO grateful the MToscan brought this up. I had this question a few months ago, but could find only no explanation as to what a "celbit' orc was! Mr. Sargeant cast confusion with this one.

    So ...
      Topic: New Greyhawk Campaign
    bugsy

    Replies: 7
    Views: 18474

    PostForum: Campaign Journals & General Online Play   Posted: Wed Mar 27, 2013 11:27 am   Subject: New Greyhawk Campaign
    Hey amigo, we roll 3.5e, where anybody can be anything! (jk)
    I know 3.5 is often abused my the min/max crowd, but I never did see the logic of having neither hobniz clerics nor half-euroz fighters ...
      Topic: Hyborean Greyhawk
    bugsy

    Replies: 12
    Views: 4516

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Mar 25, 2013 11:20 am   Subject: Hyborean Greyhawk
    That's some exciting stuff. I would love to see how that works out in actual play.
    How come there are no DMs like him in my area?
      Topic: New Greyhawk Campaign
    bugsy

    Replies: 7
    Views: 18474

    PostForum: Campaign Journals & General Online Play   Posted: Mon Mar 25, 2013 7:10 am   Subject: New Greyhawk Campaign
    Hi Folks,

    I have discovered rpol.net a few months ago and am currently starting a new Greyhawk 3.5e campaign. I'm pretty low-tech, so don't expect state of the art mapping, but if you enjoy good r ...
      Topic: HBO's Vikings
    bugsy

    Replies: 25
    Views: 22343

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 3:32 pm   Subject: HBO's Vikings
    It's TV, M.S! Ya can't expect anything great. I don't. But I enjoy it when they give history a try. When they present anything past a Kirk Douglas-type show about the Northmen, I figure it's worth ...
      Topic: Happy Ostara/Vernal Equinox!
    bugsy

    Replies: 0
    Views: 3945

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 12:50 am   Subject: Happy Ostara/Vernal Equinox!
    I want to wish each of my new CF friends a very happy Ostara and a merry Equinox!
    It's finally Spring!
    I'm so happy that I'm willing to overlook the fact that it's currently 15 F here!
    http://pragm ...
      Topic: Rhennee Corporal Punishments
    bugsy

    Replies: 10
    Views: 4272

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 12:44 am   Subject: Rhennee Corporal Punishments
    Just a side not: Keelhauling was usually fatal, due to the process, but also due to the razor-sharp barnacles that encrusted most ships of the day.

    And congrats DLG!!!
      Topic: PC Background in Ket
    bugsy

    Replies: 4
    Views: 3624

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Thu Mar 21, 2013 12:41 am   Subject: PC Background in Ket
    In my campaign, Ket recently got a new Beygraf. The old one was implicated in the fiascos of Ket during the Greyhawk Wars and was assassinated. Th new Beygraf has his hands full trying to make the M ...
      Topic: Greyhawk regions in a few words
    bugsy

    Replies: 12
    Views: 5256

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed Mar 20, 2013 10:50 am   Subject: Greyhawk regions in a few words
    Greyhawk City:Three Hands for Every Pocket
      Topic: Happy St Paddy's Day
    bugsy

    Replies: 3
    Views: 5285

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Sun Mar 17, 2013 6:34 pm   Subject: Happy St Paddy's Day
    ...while we pagani prepare to celebrate the Vernal Equinox with the planting of seed and the spreading of compost!

    Blessed be!
      Topic: How does the clergy of Zilchus handle disciplinary issues?
    bugsy

    Replies: 20
    Views: 10065

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Thu Mar 14, 2013 3:14 pm   Subject: How does the clergy of Zilchus handle disciplinary issues?
    In my campaign, the temple of Zilchus is enormously powerful, especially in secular, financial matters, internationally. Crossing the temple intentionally results in grave financial penalties.
    No me ...
      Topic: Why do you love Greyhawk?
    bugsy

    Replies: 22
    Views: 14993

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 7:22 pm   Subject: Why do you love Greyhawk?
    I didn't know what was going on with TSR, et al. politically, etc. but it broke my heart a little bit when I saw the Bandit Kingdoms and Blackmoor being neglected and almost abandoned. They were a b ...
      Topic: Castle Greyhawk: the Comic Strip
    bugsy

    Replies: 61
    Views: 37513

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 7:04 pm   Subject: Castle Greyhawk: the Comic Strip
    Will we get to see this in print someday? I'd surely buy a copy. Ya know, this would be a perfect fit for a certain new magazine...
    (just sayin)
      Topic: HBO's Vikings
    bugsy

    Replies: 25
    Views: 22343

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 2:47 pm   Subject: HBO's Vikings
    I've been watching and enjoying Vikings .
    Like anything on the "history" channel, I'm always pleasantly surprised when they actually get any of the history right.
    I watched a little of The Bible as ...
      Topic: Rokugan vs. Nippon?
    bugsy

    Replies: 21
    Views: 11495

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2013 2:37 pm   Subject: Rokugan vs. Nippon?
    I'm just impressed that anyone's players have gotten that far afield from the Flanaess. In three plus decades of DMing the Greyhawk setting, my players never got farther than the Sea of Dust! And the ...
      Topic: Good map of Greyhawk City?
    bugsy

    Replies: 7
    Views: 3307

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Thu Mar 07, 2013 4:52 pm   Subject: Good map of Greyhawk City?
    While I'm sure Maldin, Mons, and MS's map is a work of art par excellance I can't use it on my ancient laptop. All I see is blankness. I just updtaed my Java, but that's the limit of my computer pro ...
      Topic: Good map of Greyhawk City?
    bugsy

    Replies: 7
    Views: 3307

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2013 10:34 pm   Subject: Good map of Greyhawk City?
    I am attempting a little PbP campaign set in Greyhawk City circa 591 CY on rpol.com. I am trying to set a good, readable map for the PCs to use. The fact that it has to fit on a little screen is pro ...
      Topic: Faerie Mysteries
    bugsy

    Replies: 18
    Views: 11428

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Tue Mar 05, 2013 7:35 pm   Subject: Faerie Mysteries
    It sounds like a bit of modern Paganism's "Great Rite" attributed to the Fae.
    Interesting...
      Topic: Faerie Mysteries
    bugsy

    Replies: 18
    Views: 11428

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2013 9:55 pm   Subject: Faerie Mysteries
    I'm afraid I am linkless with these suggestions, but have you considered the Shakespearian Fae court for inspiration?
    Also, I've come across some amazing stuff in my pagan researches on the way the F ...
      Topic: Baalphegor as Long-Term Villain
    bugsy

    Replies: 7
    Views: 6387

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2013 9:48 pm   Subject: Baalphegor as Long-Term Villain
    In a past campaign (in Greyhawk City) I had a similar villain. He was a human, however, who was a devotee of Syrul. I made him a pied piper sort, who lured orphans and the disillusioned of the Wars ...
      Topic: Celene
    bugsy

    Replies: 26
    Views: 15205

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sun Mar 03, 2013 9:41 pm   Subject: Celene
    I was honestly surprised when Isilme didn't sprout a dozen arrows and a few fireball scars. But I was also very gratified to see restraint shown. She had acted very honorably before "unveiling". B ...
      Topic: Greychrondex
    bugsy

    Replies: 3
    Views: 2393

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Thu Feb 28, 2013 7:13 pm   Subject: Greychrondex
    I had a Greychrondex once, but the wristband broke and I couldn't replace it.
      Topic: The Temple of Elemental Evil (Ragnar's PBeM)
    bugsy

    Replies: 75
    Views: 97953

    PostForum: Campaign Journals & General Online Play   Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:57 pm   Subject: The Temple of Elemental Evil (Ragnar's PBeM)
    Some of the best fun I've had DMing came from roleplaying intelligent weapons. They can be great foils (pun intended) and great ways to move the plot forward, or open up choices fro the players that ...
      Topic: The Temple of Elemental Evil (Ragnar's PBeM)
    bugsy

    Replies: 75
    Views: 97953

    PostForum: Campaign Journals & General Online Play   Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:20 pm   Subject: The Temple of Elemental Evil (Ragnar's PBeM)
    Some amazing adventuring here Ragnar! That's quite a party!
    Also, kudos to you for taking the time to share this with the GH community. It's much appreciated!
      Topic: New Dyvers Campaign
    bugsy

    Replies: 30
    Views: 50146

    PostForum: Campaign Journals & General Online Play   Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:09 pm   Subject: New Dyvers Campaign
    Warlock, I am very eager to follow your new campaign! You've combined three themes that I LOVE:
    1)Thieves!
    b)Dyvers
    III) 591 CY

    I don't know where you're from, but I'm loading my pack-horse rig ...
      Topic: Gygax Magazine
    bugsy

    Replies: 1
    Views: 5803

    PostForum: Published Material Reviews & Discussion   Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:02 pm   Subject: Gygax Magazine
    (I dunno if this is the right place for this...

    I just downloaded the new Gygax Magazine over at drivethrurpg. Of course, there's nothing directly Greyhawk-related. But I think that if you enjoye ...
      Topic: Cheat-Sheet for Players
    bugsy

    Replies: 9
    Views: 5568

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 4:55 pm   Subject: Cheat-Sheet for Players
    I just found a A Guide to World of Greyhawk, it isn't the same thing. It doesn't have everything you're looking for, but there's a summary of the human races, a birthplace chart, a description of the ...
      Topic: Banks
    bugsy

    Replies: 15
    Views: 7271

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Tue Feb 26, 2013 4:41 pm   Subject: Banks
    In my campaigns, there were three official places in Greyhawk to bank. First there was the ubiquitous Temples of Zilchus, which payed a better rate of interest to members (of course). The High Priest ...
      Topic: Wizards Art Contest Submission
    bugsy

    Replies: 48
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    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:26 am   Subject: Wizards Art Contest Submission
    Big congrats to all you winners! (I can't draw anything but flies myself) I did vote, and the person I voted for won, so I feel ever so validated for having a facespace account.
    Isn't it wonderful ...
      Topic: All Dragon Magazines and Polyhedron online for free
    bugsy

    Replies: 8
    Views: 4800

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:19 am   Subject: All Dragon Magazines and Polyhedron online for free
    I would think that since paizo still changes for the mags, this stuff isn't legal.
      Topic: Fungi of Greyhawk
    bugsy

    Replies: 15
    Views: 9463

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sun Feb 24, 2013 11:17 am   Subject: Fungi of Greyhawk
    I just noticed this thread, and had to pipe up. I am 1/2 Bohemian, 1/2 Polish, so fungi are my heritage! We even have a Houby Day parade in Berwyn, IL, near where I grew up. We hunted mushrooms eve ...
      Topic: Fantasy vs. Realism
    bugsy

    Replies: 28
    Views: 12462

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:16 pm   Subject: Fantasy vs. Realism
    I am studying Herbalism in a Masters course, with a pretty well-known mentor. We study a lot of methods and theories of healing, most of which have been abandoned by the Western Medical Establishment ...
      Topic: Why do you love Greyhawk?
    bugsy

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    Views: 14993

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Fri Feb 22, 2013 10:47 pm   Subject: Why do you love Greyhawk?
    What a great topic. And just about everyone so far has mentioned a reason or three for loving Greyhawk.
    Why do I love Greyhawk, foesaking all others for it? Well, he was my first. GH gave me just ...
      Topic: Cheat-Sheet for Players
    bugsy

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    Views: 5568

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Fri Feb 22, 2013 10:27 pm   Subject: Cheat-Sheet for Players
    I would humbly add :::

    THE GREYHAWK PLAYERS GUIDE of '98

    (I'm sure somebody can supply linky...)

    I mean, that's what it was made for, no?
      Topic: alcohol at your games
    bugsy

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    Views: 33113

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:49 pm   Subject: alcohol at your games
    wow..thanks to you both. At this point is just a fact like being right-handed. I make my meetings and life continues to get better every day.
      Topic: New to the Forums, not to GH
    bugsy

    Replies: 9
    Views: 11471

    PostForum: Welcome to Greyhawk!   Posted: Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:33 pm   Subject: New to the Forums, not to GH
    Welcome! I was a lurker here for a long time, and only recently rejoined in an active way. Everyone here has been very welcoming and great.
    As for resources - I don't think you'll find any that are ...
      Topic: Anna's Atlas of the Flanaess
    bugsy

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    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 8:43 pm   Subject: Anna's Atlas of the Flanaess
    Holy Cats Anna!

    I finally made it to this thread, then to your website...I am just amazed! You are so very talented! Speaking as someone who can only draw flies, I am just plain impressed!

    And ...
      Topic: alcohol at your games
    bugsy

    Replies: 45
    Views: 33113

    PostForum: The Backalley   Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 3:28 pm   Subject: alcohol at your games
    Just noticed this thread. It's a topic I have some experience with...

    First, a disclaimer: I am an alcoholic/drug addict. Not bragging, but also, not ashamed of it. I am clean and sober an ...
      Topic: Castle Greyhawk: the Comic Strip
    bugsy

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    Views: 37513

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 10:12 pm   Subject: Castle Greyhawk: the Comic Strip
    How am I just learning about this now?! What a cool project! The art is great! Kudos to Mortellan and Scott!!!
    Aaand...It's about Tenser! I luvs me some Tenser!
    (Otto and Tenser have sponsored/c ...
      Topic: The "Introduce Yourself" Thread
    bugsy

    Replies: 400
    Views: 232648

    PostForum: Welcome to Greyhawk!   Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 10:30 pm   Subject: The "Introduce Yourself" Thread
    Ragnar, I sense a disturbance in the time flow! How did you get intro'd after me?
    Shocked
    Chronomancy!
      Topic: Fantasy vs. Realism
    bugsy

    Replies: 28
    Views: 12462

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 10:45 am   Subject: Fantasy vs. Realism
    Using our real world as an example, I just don't see clerics being very forthcoming with healing for those who cannot pay. From ancient times until now, organized religions have been VERY tightfisted ...
      Topic: What Proficiencies Do I Have?
    bugsy

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    Views: 14610

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 10:33 am   Subject: What Proficiencies Do I Have?
    Ok this looks like fun...let's see...

    That was the point for which I was hoping! Wink


    Weapon Proficiency (rubber band gun)

    Laughing GREAT!!! How did you pick that up?

    -Lanthorn

    ...
      Topic: What Proficiencies Do I Have?
    bugsy

    Replies: 25
    Views: 14610

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2013 10:29 pm   Subject: What Proficiencies Do I Have?
    Ok this looks like fun...let's see...

    Agriculture (organic)
    Ancient History (my major)
    Appraisal (comic books)
    Artistic Ability (painting miniatures)
    Canoeing
    Cooking (double proficiency maybe ...
      Topic: Of Badges, Amulets, Talisman & Phlactery
    bugsy

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    Views: 3320

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2013 1:31 pm   Subject: wow
    That's an incredibly ambitious project! I can't wait to see it if/when you post it. That's the kind of reference I find incredibly useful.

    I just now found a very old copy printed on old dot-matr ...
      Topic: How long before my article appears on Canonfire
    bugsy

    Replies: 10
    Views: 11308

    PostForum: Canonfire! & GreyTalk Help and Feedback   Posted: Wed Feb 13, 2013 5:14 am   Subject: How long before my article appears on Canonfire
    I am eagerly looking forward to reading it!
    My perspectives on Greyhawk seem to be expanding daily here!
      Topic: Tabletop emulator
    bugsy

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    PostForum: Greyhawk- D&D 3.0e/3.5e/d20/Pathfinder   Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:04 pm   Subject: Tabletop emulator
    Oh yes! And my 1st d20...I still had it until the late 90s...it had no corners, it was worn entirely smooth....I wonder if they still make that kind of plastic? Or maybe it was made of mercury, lead ...
      Topic: Oerth's Gutenberg?
    bugsy

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    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:00 pm   Subject: Oerth's Gutenberg?
    Perhaps my take on Greyhawk influenced my decisions...I see the Gem of the Flanaess to be more about the Merchant class than the Nobility.
    I can see a feudal noble class absolutely stomping on incr ...
      Topic: Tabletop emulator
    bugsy

    Replies: 14
    Views: 15655

    PostForum: Greyhawk- D&D 3.0e/3.5e/d20/Pathfinder   Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 9:53 pm   Subject: yow!
    Holy cats!

    I am both impressed and amazed!
    When I started gaming we had no minis, even. Character sheets were years in the future. We had...graph paper!
    How gaming has grown!
      Topic: Oerth's Gutenberg?
    bugsy

    Replies: 18
    Views: 10182

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 8:42 pm   Subject: Oerth's Gutenberg?
    (I hope this is the proper area for this query)

    In my campaigns I have had the printing press as a recent invention; wildly popular in places like Greyhawk and Dyvers, etc., forbidden in place ...
      Topic: Fantasy vs. Realism
    bugsy

    Replies: 28
    Views: 12462

    PostForum: World of Greyhawk Discussion   Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2013 10:02 am   Subject: Fantasy vs. Realism
    When I DM I want my players to be challenged and to have a good time. And over the years I've found that storytelling is the key to good DMing. That said;
    Combat and magic - ya just can't be realis ...
      Topic: The "Introduce Yourself" Thread
    bugsy

    Replies: 400
    Views: 232648

    PostForum: Welcome to Greyhawk!   Posted: Tue Feb 05, 2013 9:32 am   Subject: The "Introduce Yourself" Thread
    I would love an answer to that query myself...since this is a new account...
    I've submitted a query in Feedback.
    I'm not especially evil, I don't think, but I do love old Frazetta art. And I liked ...
      Topic: The "Introduce Yourself" Thread
    bugsy

    Replies: 400
    Views: 232648

    PostForum: Welcome to Greyhawk!   Posted: Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:18 pm   Subject: Ten Thousand Greetings!
    Hi folks!
    It's been an age since I was on this site, and I lost all my login information, so I just gave up, and made a new profile!

    I've been playing D&D since 1977, and DMing since a week ...
      Topic: Ten Thousand Gretings!
    bugsy

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    Views: 4430

    PostForum: Welcome to Greyhawk!   Posted: Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:14 pm   Subject: Ten Thousand Gretings!
    Hi folks!
    It's been an age since I was on this site, and I lost all my login information, so I just gave up, and made a new profile!

    I've been playing D&D since 1977, and DMing since a week ...
      Topic: 10,000 Greetings!
    bugsy

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    Views: 4731

    PostForum: Welcome to Greyhawk!   Posted: Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:13 pm   Subject: 10,000 Greetings!
    Hi folks!
    It's been an age since I was on this site, and I lost all my login information, so I just gave up, and made a new profile!

    I've been playing D&D since 1977, and DMing since a week ...
      Topic: 10,000 Greetings!
    bugsy

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    Views: 4761

    PostForum: Welcome to Greyhawk!   Posted: Mon Feb 04, 2013 11:11 pm   Subject: 10,000 Greetings!
    Hi folks!
    It's been an age since I was on this site, and I lost all my login information, so I just gave up, and made a new profile!

    I've been playing D&D since 1977, and DMing since a week ...
     
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