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But alas, I am on the wrong coast.
Why doesn't everyone fly out to me one of these weekends?
At least I finally found a D&D group to play with recently. Haven't been able to play in over 12 years now.
But alas, I live on the wrong coast. Why doesn't everyone fly out to me one of these weekends?
At least I found a D&D group to play with recently. Have not been able to play in over 12 years now.
Friends of mine who have moved away have suggested it, but it never has happened. Not by any unwillingness of mine, mind you.
I guess I would have to download Skype and actually learn how to use it...
There's already an online marketplace of sorts for Skype like D&D:
My brother's been running campaigns in it for a couple years now.
It doesn't allow much for free-form storytelling (so much for my Slog-themed game with lots of trolls), but again, with sufficient interest, I suppose any configuration should be technically possible.
I'd be down for a SLOG-sourced game, but again, the first thing we need is someone willing and able to run it; I doubt we'll have any lack of willing players.
And we will expound on Skype D&D tonight if asked, which we did when a friend moved to Vancouver! The short answer, for us: it worked, but only for a while, and the fact that we had established, pre-Skype group chemistry helped.