This thread is very useful for references- I'm hoping it will stay active.
Yes - I will do my best to make sure. Thanks for reminder and the bump.
Originally Posted by MoonCat
Just an idea, if you feel like doing the extra work...
You could use the information from here to show the smilies for each thread.
Interesting... maybe I should, though I'd have to get permission from the OP first.
Anyway, updated to add discussion threads #781, #782, #783, #784, #785, #786, and #787!
Surprisingly, I've run out of space in the first post! I didn't expect to hit the character limit in this thread, but it appears I've done just that! For now, I'll be continuing the links in the thread's third post. I may end up making a new thread at a later time so things can be organized more nicely. We'll see how it ends up.
When I first started reading the forums I found myself enjoying seeing other people's reactions to the events that happened and reading discussions that popped up. Then I started thinking that it would have been nice to see all that for the early comics that were posted before I found the Playground, but I didn't know how to find them. Then one day at the end of last year, I saw this thread (I guess after one of the "bumps"), and it was exactly what I was looking for. Although, right now, I'm not sure if I should thank you or curse you for this. I just spent the majority of my free time for the past several months catching up on these. But I love the comic, and these threads were quite entertaining, so I will go with saying "Thanks."
(Anyone else ever get the feeling that there is some sort of subliminal message in the comics to turn us all into crazed OotS fanatics?)
Although, right now, I'm not sure if I should thank you or curse you for this. I just spent the majority of my free time for the past several months catching up on these. But I love the comic, and these threads were quite entertaining, so I will go with saying "Thanks."
It is very useful. Especially when arguments seem to rehash what was already discussed at the original posting......
78% of all DM's start their first campaign in a tavern. If you're among the 22% who didn't, copy and paste this into your signature and tell us where you DID begin.The players were attacked individually on the road on the way to town by werewolves. To survive, they had to team up then and there without knowing anything about eachother (literally -- all character sheets were completed without other players' knowledge).
Lira, I especially want to thank you for this thread since it made looking up the post count totals so much more convenient. This thread is a great resource for everyone, and I thank you for keeping it up.