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For the past few weeks, a group of friends and I have been playing a pen and paper/tabletop RPG based on the Dresden Filesseries of books. The game is known boringly as The Dresden Files RPG; so we call it Dungeons and Dresdens. The game uses the FATE system as its backbone, focusing more on story than on gameplay/combat. This makes having a good GM (game master, or if you are more familiar with DnD, the DM) very important.
I have been talking with my GM about writing up a summary for our current campaign when we finish tomorrow (we meet on Fridays). He has been keeping short notes on the story, and has agreed to help me write a coherent story for you guys. Onward from this weekend/early next week, we will posting a summary of each session, and at the end of each campaign the summaries will be put together and embellished to make a servicable narrative.
I hope that I can bring a little bit of the fun I have been having to you, albiet in a condensed fashion. If you have any questions about the campaign or the universe of the gameworld, which I will try to explain as I go, feel free to ask.
Until next time cadets.
For any of you who still eagerly await for a new blog post from FunRat, well here it is. You have probably noticed that I haven't been around for a little more than two months. It started with a new game MineCraft (one of the best games ever), but I still stayed away, and it boiled down to a few things.
1) I was spending more time on GS than playing video games. This is a problem I know a few of you have had. Taking a break from GS usually fixed that for you. It just didn't work for me.
2) GS is incredibly biased.I joined for news and game reviews. I am usually content with the news, they do fine. But any Nintendo fan knows that GS writers seem to have a thing against Nintendo, and really any game that isn't an FPS. Basicly GS, in the terms of movies, only likes big summer blockbusters.
3) I only used GS for the unions/community.This one is hard to write. I had a great time in my unions, especially the NCC, and wish that I didn't have to leave them along with GS. But the core (see what I did there NCC members) reason I joined isn't living up to expectations.
So I am leaving. I might be back every once in while, so I won't quit one or two unions, but I would like the leaders in the unions that I am more than a recruit in todemote me. Good-bye everyone, live-long and prosper.
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