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Here is a list of games I've run online.

The 5e Nentir Vale Campaign - though the main postings and trackings are at Epic Words.
Monday Night Kingdoms of Kalamar
Monday Night FR Mere of Dead Men
Sunday Forgotten Realms
Sunday DragonLance (Threads seem to be gone to the aether. :( )
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3 out of 5 ain't bad considering I went 4 years without gaming ...

I'd forgotten about the DS game back then. Now that I reread the thread, and remembered the ant lion and my lack luster performance, I remember why I for got about it! ;)
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Lurker wrote:3 out of 5 ain't bad considering I went 4 years without gaming ...

I'd forgotten about the DS game back then. Now that I reread the thread, and remembered the ant lion and my lack luster performance, I remember why I for got about it! ;)
That was a fun little game. I may have to look at another DS one shot.

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Rigon wrote:
Lurker wrote:3 out of 5 ain't bad considering I went 4 years without gaming ...

I'd forgotten about the DS game back then. Now that I reread the thread, and remembered the ant lion and my lack luster performance, I remember why I for got about it! ;)
That was a fun little game. I may have to look at another DS one shot.

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My thri-kreen dove down that ant lion burrow and pulled him right back out. ( After all, Lurker was my back up food source, and Dark Sun is a barren world, and a 7' thri kreen does get hungry from time to time. ;) )

Between that, and Rhuvein micturating freely on tavern tables, we had that world on the run :lol:

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I missed out on the DS game, and would LOVE to revisit the DL game and play my Minotaur Knight.
Since its 20,000 I suggest "Captain Nemo" as his title. Beyond the obvious connection, he is one who sails on his own terms and ignores those he doesn't agree with...confident in his journey and goals.
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Treebore wrote:I missed out on the DS game, and would LOVE to revisit the DL game and play my Minotaur Knight.
I'd love to be able to recover the thread. And the DS game was a filler for a time when you where unable to run your game for a couple of weeks. I think we played 2 or 3 sessions.

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Do you still have the maptools campaign file? IF you do, all the character sheets should be on there, etc... Or was the game when we were still using one of the other VTT's?
Since its 20,000 I suggest "Captain Nemo" as his title. Beyond the obvious connection, he is one who sails on his own terms and ignores those he doesn't agree with...confident in his journey and goals.
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Treebore wrote:Do you still have the maptools campaign file? IF you do, all the character sheets should be on there, etc... Or was the game when we were still using one of the other VTT's?
I have it, but for some reason, MT won't open it.

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Rigon wrote:
Treebore wrote:Do you still have the maptools campaign file? IF you do, all the character sheets should be on there, etc... Or was the game when we were still using one of the other VTT's?
I have it, but for some reason, MT won't open it.

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Wrong version maybe? If you copy the maptool campaign to a scratch directory, unzip it, and look at properties.xml it should have an entry with the maptool version you used.
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Rigon wrote:
Treebore wrote:Do you still have the maptools campaign file? IF you do, all the character sheets should be on there, etc... Or was the game when we were still using one of the other VTT's?
I have it, but for some reason, MT won't open it.

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Wrong version maybe? If you copy the maptool campaign to a scratch directory, unzip it, and look at properties.xml it should have an entry with the maptool version you used.
I figured it was the difference between MT versions, but I tried to open it with a newer version and it froze MT.

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I discovered that it was MT 1.3.28 (tells you how long ago it was), but when I downloaded .28, it wouldn't register it. I'll try again with a new version of MT going up from .28.

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Rigon wrote:I discovered that it was MT 1.3.28 (tells you how long ago it was), but when I downloaded .28, it wouldn't register it. I'll try again with a new version of MT going up from .28.

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maybe the older versions of maptools will have trouble running under a fully updated java, as well

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Aramis wrote:
Rigon wrote:I discovered that it was MT 1.3.28 (tells you how long ago it was), but when I downloaded .28, it wouldn't register it. I'll try again with a new version of MT going up from .28.

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maybe the older versions of maptools will have trouble running under a fully updated java, as well
MT seemed to run alright, but it would read the campaign file. I'll monkey with it some more when I get a chance.

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