Re: Character Creation.
- Thanks, Marcus.
Honestly, I felt it was time. Bri' went out with a bang, big-time,
and it was a hero's demise. I kind of needed the time & space to get
Bri' out of my head, as RP'ing a characer like that for so long, it
was hard for me to wrap my brain around a new hero, much less another
S*D storyline without hearkening back to those good times.
Even though the story isn't as active as it was in its hey-day, like
any other good, if not great, story, the characters continue on, as
Mig (Mike) has been perioidically updating along the way.
I hope someday to return to Alternity (or some other RPG) and put
my/our stamp on it, but for now, it remains a cool and very fond
While you're here, feel free to peruse our contributions to the
Alternity game (some of which was reprinted in the 'zine, "The Last
Resort", which I allegedly am Editor-in-chief. You can find those on
Alternityrpg.net without too terribly much difficulty. If you find
something that you can use in your own on-line or table-top game
(beyond giving us proper credit), drop a line and let us know how it
worked out for you. We'd love to hear the feedback!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Marcus Wagner <isenax@...>
> Thank you. My condolances on your loss. Seemed like a good game.
- Will do. Thanks very much. Glad it was such a great game. *L* I know what it feels like. there have been characters in games that I've played for years. they're always there, lutking in the background. *L*
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