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Fingersome
March 30th, 2021, 05:49
Explore subterranean labyrinths! Plunder hoards of treasure! Battle legendary monsters!
(A Beginner Adventure for Levels 1-5)

The Lost Mine of Phandelver from the Dungeons & Dragons Starter is the perfect introduction to the world’s greatest roleplaying game. Journey to the Forgotten Realms to the town of Phandelver and rediscover the ancient mine lost thousands of years ago...



Campaign Type: Episodic
Campaign Length: Indefinite
Game Frequency: Weekly
Primary Language: English
Camera Needed: No
Audio: Yes (headset recommended, push to talk preferable)

Player Experience Level: Beginner
GM Experience Level: High
GM Fantasy Grounds Knowledge: High
Roleplaying Level: Medium
Combat Level: Medium
Puzzle Level: Low
Mature Content (18+): No

OTHER GAME DETAILS
Starting Level: 1
Ending Level: 5
Character Restrictions: Forgotten Realms setting (no eberron or ravnica content, etc)

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This game will require payment to participate. Fantasy Grounds is not responsible for any payment transactions and cannot enforce any private arrangements.

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Each session will be 4 hours long with a short 15 minute break after 2 hours.
There are two payment options for the adventure's I run:

• £12.50 for a single session
• £38 for a rolling monthly subscription

All payments are to be made via my website over at http://sewercrewgaming.com before the start of the session in question. Please send a private message to confirm your payment with your Paypal email address so that I can verify your payment has gone through. After payment is confirmed I'll send you an invite to the Discord server I use to coordinate voice-comms, and we can get started!

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If you cannot attend a session for any reason, let me know in advance and then we can discuss with the group if the others want to reschedule; if necessary I will arrange a refund. If you do not tell me in advance, I may choose to withhold the payment indefinitely. Please be considerate to the other members of the party and respect the time investment that I put into the campaign.

dean666
April 3rd, 2021, 17:39
[QUOTE=Fingersome;590631]Explore subterranean labyrinths! Plunder hoards of treasure! Battle legendary monsters!
(A Beginner Adventure for Levels 1-5)

The Lost Mine of Phandelver from the Dungeons & Dragons Starter is the perfect introduction to the world’s greatest roleplaying game. Journey to the Forgotten Realms to the town of Phandelver and rediscover the ancient mine lost thousands of years ago...


Me - when is the game? In Eastern Time? TY.
A pal of mine and I are trying online games. We've played multiple FGU games at low level now.
The first game, run by pal, is a weary boring combat that never ends but never has interesting details. DM is a pushover.
We tried a pay2play online game, but almost no combat and then never has interesting details. DM is a pushover.
We want to be challenged. To have an interesting combat map, with sightlines, vision limits, with light/heavy concealment and cover, with
tactical movement. We both WoD LARPed so can roleplay. We also like a kinda 'battletech' feel in combat, with tight play needed.
Sound like something you can offer?

Fingersome
April 5th, 2021, 03:50
Me - when is the game? In Eastern Time?

Game start would be about 19:00 Eastern Time I believe, if BST is to be believed.


We want to be challenged. To have an interesting combat map, with sightlines, vision limits, with light/heavy concealment and cover, with tactical movement. We both WoD LARPed so can roleplay. We also like a kinda 'battletech' feel in combat, with tight play needed. Sound like something you can offer?

If that's what you guys are looking for, I will do my best to accommodate your needs. Since this campaign is usually more for beginners, we can roll with that and I can tune it to be more challenging, or try something else that actually has teeth.
These are the kind of questions I would usually cover during session 0;

- what kind of game do you want? should the focus be on story, combat, puzzles?
- how attached are you going to be to your characters (should I take it easy, or crank up the challenge?)
- do you prefer heavy roleplay first-person kind of experience, or a more third-person kind of storytelling

etc, etc

It sounds like you want something that is perhaps grittier, low-fantasy with less of a margin for error; something analytical like a top-down strategy wargame...? Am I on the right track?