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Mist Elf
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ok folks, after a long (and I mean looong) hiatus from AD&D pnp gaming on a regular basis, it appears I've found a couple of players who have invited me into a C&C beginning campaign. So far what I've read and heard about the C&C ruleset seems ok to me. I'll come back in here and give a full review after our first scheduled session on March 15th - the Ides of March!

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Sun Feb 24, 2008 9:21 pm
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Cool! Looking forward to it. Since your new I'll make sure you realize this part of the forum is specifically for Adventure Games Publishing Wilderlands Journal and players line of products.

Now if thats what your using for your campaign, then your in the right forum!

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Howdy blackmote and welcome!!

Btw, are you related to blaquemote over on DF??
Enjoy the game!!
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Mon Feb 25, 2008 1:14 am
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Treebore wrote:
Cool! Looking forward to it. Since your new I'll make sure you realize this part of the forum is specifically for Adventure Games Publishing Wilderlands Journal and players line of products.


ah, my mistake. I didn't look at the description close enough. Sorry about that. if I could get an admin to move this post over to the proper forums...?

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Mon Feb 25, 2008 1:26 am
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Howdy blackmote and welcome!!

Btw, are you related to blaquemote over on DF??
Enjoy the game!!



yes, one and the same. I am simply using the proper English spelling now. I registered over at DF many years ago with my old YIM and gaming version of the name.

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...Btw, are you related to blaquemote over on DF??


fixed.

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