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what with 4th ed just come out i am eager to run it. So am offering to DM a 4th ed LO dnd campaign. My only requirement for players is you have access to a PHB.
Time permitting for all players, i would be very interested. I am sure I can get my hands on the PHB somehow so i am not too worried about that.
Cleric here, for sure.
What program would we use?
yeah, how would this work?
I would also be willing to do one though I might not be able to get my hands on one for a week or so(I co-own the 4.0 books with a friend)
I'm planning on using battlegrounds and msn to run.
Ideally I'd like to run wednesday evening GMT, but this is negotiable.
I'll be using the point buy system for generating stats (method 2) and players will begin at level 1.
Ive obtained the PHB.
Learning the 4e system (which is a simple read since apparently its quite easy to understand)
I'll pump out a character sheet when I have time.
Wed. nights are good for me as I usually work days or have it off.
Feel free to PM me as usual
Wednesday nights are good for me as well.. but the time? GMT is what -.. if its my time yeah!
if its -/+ i probably wont be able
like i am -5 so if its London england time, i wont be able to play till 8 engrish time
Wednesday night works for me too though I assume we would need to get our own copy of a character sheet and make a character before the first session?
how would we show you our char sheet?
You can try the mythweavers website. It has the character sheet on the website and the Gm can view it via a link.
Also, invisible castle has a good site for an online dice roller.
These two are used a lot by most of the play by post community I am involved with.
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