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Re: OAD&D Dragonlance Test of High Sorcery issues

MJ, I've never run Dragonlance before, but I've read a book or two, I own the AD&D Dragonlance hardcover campaign book (or whatever it's called), I have two
Michael Garcia
4:23 PM
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Re: OAD&D Dragonlance Test of High Sorcery issues

That is, indeed, a tough challenge. I am not at all familiar with the rulesets or settings you're using, so this advice may be of dubious value. I think I'd
Bryan Ray
11:24 AM
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Re: OAD&D Dragonlance Test of High Sorcery issues

Margaret Weis and Don Perrin's _The Soulforge_ has a pretty complete account of Raistlin's test. Obviously, fiction involving a specific character only
Ronald Oakes
11:11 AM
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OAD&D Dragonlance Test of High Sorcery issues

I never do these, but I've been pounding my head against several walls on this, and was about to join some Dragonlance forum somewhere when it occurred to me
tiras1
10:31 AM
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33035

Re: Problems with Organized Role Play Organizations

I'm a bit floored. I've been involved in organized play for 10 years, helped run a region for Living Greyhawk, and run a little unofficial region for 13th Age
cooneypete
Mar 23
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Re: Problems with Organized Role Play Organizations

I'm working right now at GameStorm as the Organized Play coordinator for the ConCom. We have four streams, Living Arcanis, D&D Adventures League, Pathfinder
Rodney Barnes
Mar 22
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Re: Problems with Organized Role Play Organizations

Every Con I've gone to for PFS they try to have low level scenarios for newer players every slot. They're also making at least one scenario a season just for
E. S. Clingenpeel
Mar 21
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Re: Problems with Organized Role Play Organizations

I can only speak for 5e @ 2012 pax prime, there were 4 types of games offered 3 of which had pregens. Only the tournament game didn't offer pregens, so I would
Peter Hyvonen
Mar 21
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Problems with Organized Role Play Organizations

Well my disdain for organized gameplay like Pathfinder Society and Living Forgotten Realms and the new D&D 5E Adventure league got a boost recently. People
we4dempseys
Mar 21
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33030

Re: Media and Self-powering fulfillment.

Hi, Rod. I don't know if I agree with some of the points in your paragraph, but I think your last sentence went right to the heart of that matter and nailed it
Michael Garcia
Mar 20
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Re: Media and Self-powering fulfillment.

It comes down to the definition of sin.  Sin is defined as falling short of God's character.  Harmatio, to miss the mark.  The Law's job is to bring death.
Rodney Barnes
Mar 20
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Re: Media and Self-powering fulfillment.

I know a lot of Christians who believe that tithing is required. That is, many Christians have been taught a grossly simplified version of Judaic law in the
Calix Lewis Reneau
Mar 20
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Re: Media and Self-powering fulfillment.

When you say it is not natural for us, I am a little confused. The bible says that all men fall short of the glory of God and that human nature is sin. Another
Matthew Force
Mar 20
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Re: Media and Self-powering fulfillment.

Matthew wrote, "there really are rules that [C]hristians are expected to follow to the best of their abilities...." I think there is an inherent flaw in this
tiras1
Mar 20
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Re: Media and Self-powering fulfillment.

Exactly. "If you love me, keep my commandments."  The way to follow the first and great commandment to love the Lord is to keep his commandments. It's our
Christian Haven
Mar 19
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