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    Today, 12:38 AM
    In my current 3.5 campaign, one of the PCs (the gnome) has an uncle who brews potions. He's known for frequently taking shortcuts, which often results in much cheaper potions that have some drastic side effects. One such batch of potions of cure light wounds tasted so nasty you needed to make a successful DC 12 Fortitude save to actually drink it down (failure resulted in balking that round,...
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    Today, 12:15 AM
    ...except on episodes of "The Bionic Woman," where she was occasionally having to fight the "fembots." Johnathan
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 01:33 AM
    As for my personal reading, I started The Empty Chair by Jeffery Deaver the other day. I was really, really hoping it would be good, as I took a chance and bought eight of his novels (and one short story collection) at a library book sale based on the fact that the back cover blurbs seemed interesting. (I'd never heard of him before and had never read anything of his.) So if this first book of...
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    Sunday, 14th July, 2019, 01:27 PM
    ADVENTURE 52: BLOOD AND TEARS PC Roster: Daleth Stormsea, elf wizard 15 Galen Thorne, human paladin 16 Kaspar Hardstrike, elf monk 16 Orion Nightsky, halfling rogue 16 Syngaard, human fighter 16 Game Session Date: 3 July 2019
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    Saturday, 13th July, 2019, 02:21 AM
    I just discovered a French psychedelic guitar band called "Stoned Century." I'm currently listening to their latest album, "Slaves of the Fall." Johnathan
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    Saturday, 13th July, 2019, 02:17 AM
    Despite my 12-year-old nephew's ability to read 500+ page books on his own, he still likes it when I read to him at bedtime. So we just finished Edgar Rice Burroughs' A Princess of Mars - the first in the John Carter of Mars / "Barsoom" series - and have moved on to The Gods of Mars. We read one chapter a night. Johnathan
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    Wednesday, 10th July, 2019, 01:18 AM
    3.5 in three different campaigns: one that I DM, one that my son DMs, and a new summer campaign I DM for the purpose of introducing a family of six to D&D: a mother, father, grandmother, and three kids (plus my 12-year-old nephew who enjoyed being the player with the only prior experience). I have so much 3.5 material that I don't envision ever needing to upgrade to another version and our...
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    Sunday, 7th July, 2019, 02:23 PM
    I just started reading this Story Hour the other day and it's been very entertaining. I'm only as far as the pit fight with "Big D" against the Apple King but I decided to skim ahead and see if you'd gotten any feedback yet - and it looks like I'm the first. (That's a common downside to these Story Hours: you don't always get a whole lot of input from the readers.) But well done! This is an...
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    Saturday, 6th July, 2019, 01:56 PM
    ADVENTURE 51: DUTY CALLS PC Roster: Daleth Stormsea, elf wizard 14 Galen Thorne, human paladin 16 Kaspar Hardstrike, elf monk 16 Orion Nightsky, halfling rogue 15 Syngaard, human fighter 16 Game Session Date: 3 July 2019
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    Saturday, 6th July, 2019, 01:10 PM
    Nothing quite so involved with my players, but my son once ran a human wizard with a parrot familiar. His magic missiles took the shape of the parrot's claws striking the wizard's enemies. Johnathan
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    Saturday, 6th July, 2019, 01:03 PM
    I got a lot of reading done this week. First of all, I finished Stone of Tymora merely out of sheer, rugged determination; it had a marginally interesting plot but the main character was very much a Mary Sue (he's 12-14 years old over the course of the book yet holds his own in fights with practiced swordsmen and it's amazing how no matter where he goes there are people there - usually who he's...
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    Tuesday, 2nd July, 2019, 12:58 AM
    ADVENTURE 50: BEHIND THE PLANE DOOR PC Roster: Daleth Stormsea, elf wizard 14 Galen Thorne, human paladin 15 Kaspar Hardstrike, elf monk 15 Orion Nightsky, halfling rogue 15 Syngaard, human fighter 15 Game Session Date: 26 June 2019
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    Saturday, 29th June, 2019, 05:04 PM
    Gamer and designer Lee Garvin passed away. https://www.facebook.com/lee.garvin.3 https://www.patreon.com/LeeGarvin https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/334884471/killing-lee-garvin
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    Saturday, 29th June, 2019, 02:14 PM
    Technically, none - the first time I played D&D, my cousins (who had been playing for a year or so) brought pregenerated characters and we chose from a group of potential PCs. The thing is, their stats all pretty much sucked. Later, I found out they had generated the ability scores by having a computer randomly generate a number between 3 and 18, so the results weren't on a bell curve. That...
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    Thursday, 27th June, 2019, 01:32 PM
    I like using the half-dragon template (I play 3.5 - I'm not sure what edition you're playing or if they even have templates in that edition) to create henchmen/trusted lieutenants who guard the dragon's lair. In the past, I've created a group of six half-red dragon lizardfolk (with various levels: a couple of fighters, a couple of barbarians, a sorcerer, and a monk) guarding a red dragon, as...
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    Wednesday, 26th June, 2019, 12:42 AM
    My last campaign: 100 gaming sessions of 4-6 hours each over the course of 9 years. My current campaign: 80 scheduled gaming sessions of 4-6 hours each, anticipated to last 5 years or so. My next campaign: 100 scheduled gaming sessions (we've done 63 so far) of 4-6 hours each. My son's campaign (in which I am a player): 49 gaming sessions over almost 3 years thus far, with probably...
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    Monday, 24th June, 2019, 10:39 PM
    ADVENTURE 63: NIGHTWINGS PC Roster: Binkadink Dundernoggin, gnome fighter 17 Darrien, half-elf ranger 17 Finoula Cloudshadow, elf ranger 17 Gilbert Fung, human wizard 17 Hagan, half-orc sorcerer 17 NPC Roster: Malrin Ivenheart, elf druid 11 MARCI, humanoid construct
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    Sunday, 23rd June, 2019, 01:16 PM
    ADVENTURE 49: BRAIN TRAUMA PC Roster: Daleth Stormsea, elf wizard 14 Galen Thorne, human paladin 15 Kaspar Hardstrike, elf monk 15 Orion Nightsky, halfling rogue 15 Syngaard, human fighter 15 Game Session Date: 19 June 2019
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technical writer and family man. Grown children. Non gaming but tolerant wife. I game mostly with miniature wargamers, but am primarily a roleplayer. I study many game systems. True20 is my go to skill based system, Savage Worlds is my go to action system. I am currently fond of Ganesha Games.
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Wednesday, 3rd October, 2018

  • 07:35 PM - CleverNickName mentioned Imhotepthewise in post 2018 IRON DM Tournament
    ... the story I had chosen to write needed 2,000 words to properly link all of those ingredients together, it was too late to go back. I cut a lot of important exposition about the nature of Purgatory, mortals' souls, and the raise dead spell...I had to abbreviate the negotiations with Beezelbub, cut his escape story and his motives entirely...I was forced to use a pre-packaged monster (Coloxus) instead of the "Timekeepers" I had created (fly-like minions of Beezelbub)...and even still, I barely made it beneath the limit. It boils down to poor planning on my part: I should have chosen a better concept, one that would require fewer words to glue everything together. I'll tighten it up in my next entry. Even so, I will probably come back and refine "A Soul's Ransom" into a bone-fide adventure for my gaming group...and throw that infernal word count out the window. :D They are only 1st and 2nd level right now, so there's no pressing deadline to get it done quickly. Good game, Imhotepthewise! I'm dying to know: why were the mom and baby turning invisible? What sorcery is this?! EDIT: Rune asked me to copy this in from the other thread for posterity. I wrote this right after I posted my entry, while steam was still coming out of my ears and stars were still circling my head. With so many time-related ingredients, my first instinct was to write a time-travel adventure, or some kind of modern adventure in a corporate bureaucracy setting. I decided to go with planar travel instead, and embraced one of the oldest bureaucracies I could think of--religion! But whatever. The real challenge wasn't the ingredients; it was that 750 word count limit. Brutal. I had to cut away so much exposition...super-important stuff too, like the background info that ties the Bible passage I quoted to the demon, and the reason why the demon was holding the soul of that character. (The gist of it was that no raise dead spells work anymore because Beezelbub had been released.) Alas...
  • 07:05 PM - Rune mentioned Imhotepthewise in post The EN World IRON DM 2018 Tournament Scheduling Thread
    Imhotepthewise and CleverNickName, judgement for your match has been posted.

Monday, 1st October, 2018

  • 01:53 AM - CleverNickName mentioned Imhotepthewise in post 2018 IRON DM Tournament
    Best of luck to you as well, Imhotepthewise!
  • 01:05 AM - Rune mentioned Imhotepthewise in post The EN World IRON DM 2018 Tournament Scheduling Thread
    Imhotepthewise and CleverNickName, your ingredients have been posted.
  • 01:01 AM - Rune mentioned Imhotepthewise in post Round 1, Match 3: Imhotepthewise vs. CleverNickName
    Imhotepthewise and CleverNickName, you have 24 hours to post your entries to this thread. Please limit your entry to a title, a list of the ingredients used and 750 additional words. Please include your list of ingredients at the beginning of the entry and please do not edit your post once it is submitted. Please refrain from reading your opponent's entry until after you have posted your own. You are on your honor to do so. Entries that are between 1 and 59 minutes late will have their word-limits reduced to 675. Later entries that are at less than 1 day late will have their word-limits reduced to 525. Entries that are at least 1 day late will have their word-limits reduced to 375. In addition, entries that are at least 2 days late may be disqualified at the discretion of the judge with consent from the match's opposing competitor. Entries that exceed their word-limits will be considered to end once they reach that limit; I will ignore everything after. Your ingredients are: Pressing Deadl...

Sunday, 30th September, 2018

  • 09:46 PM - Rune mentioned Imhotepthewise in post The EN World IRON DM 2018 Tournament Scheduling Thread
    Sorry I’ve been incommunicado, folk. Unexpected visitors (hmmm. That would make a good ingredient). Anyway, if Imhotepthewise and CleverNickName are good for an 8:00 PM Eastern start (about 3 and a quarter hours from now), please confirm. If both contestants are good with that, ingredients will be posted around that time.

Saturday, 29th September, 2018


Wednesday, 26th September, 2018

  • 02:12 AM - Rune mentioned Imhotepthewise in post The EN World IRON DM 2018 Tournament Scheduling Thread
    Groovy! Gradine tglassy Imhotepthewise CleverNickName LongGoneWrier MortalPlague Mister-Kent hawkeyefan Please post time frames (days and approximate start times) in which you would best be able to compete for the first round. Ideally, we will have completed all four matches within a week.

Thursday, 7th December, 2017

  • 06:48 PM - Rune mentioned Imhotepthewise in post Scheduling for the IRON DM 2017 Tournament
    Perhaps some former contestants, judges, and/or alternates from the last few tournaments might want to get in on the fun? GuardianLurker Imhotepthewise Iron Sky Leopold LongGoneWrier LucasC Lwaxy MortalPlague PnPgamer Radiating Gnome Slit518 steeldragons UselessTriviaMan Waylander the Slayer Wicht Wik

Sunday, 16th October, 2016

  • 03:31 PM - Rune mentioned Imhotepthewise in post Iron DM 2016 (The Complete Game Thread!)
    I guess I had better go ahead and post this before getting into my next match. If I seem particularly critical of my entry, there's s reason for that. I really was not expecting to win the match when I posted it. Less so after I read Imhotepthewise's (though the first section below was written before I did). I had forgotten what it feels like to run out of time. No time for a typo-check. No time to rework the formatting. No time to check multiple word-counts (had to rely on the one built into the writing app). No time to clean up transitions. No time to clarify system expectations and jargon. Why? Because I spent too much time working those ingredients together into an adventure that seemed fun without glaringly obvious holes, that's why. I hope it was worth it. I blame "Triple Agent." From the moment knew I didn't want to do a spy thriller, I knew I was going to have to make this ingredient the lynchpin of the adventure. If I could create a character that represented the interests of three competing entities, I could have an interesting character that could sometimes be ally and sometimes adversary. That seemed interesting to me. But it required the invention of three other NPCs, whom PCs would never meet, and, yet, needed ...

Saturday, 15th October, 2016

  • 09:29 PM - Rune mentioned Imhotepthewise in post Iron DM 2016 (The Complete Game Thread!)
    Just curious if Lwaxy still intends to post a judgement for R2M2. I've got commentary and analysis on my entry written before judgements, as well as some after the first two. I was going to incorporate commentary based on all three, but if that third one is not happening, I can just go ahead and post. I mean, I get why it might feel like a waste of Lwaxy's time, but I don't personally think any thoughtful and constructive critique of an entry is ever wasteful. A lot of the learning that IRON DM fosters is through direct experience, sure, but a lot comes from that outside perspective. Of course, I understand Lwaxy has been sick and busy, as well. I'm not trying to be pushy, or anything. I'm just saying that I (and probably also Imhotepthewise, if not others) am still interested in what our third judge has to say.

Sunday, 9th October, 2016


Saturday, 8th October, 2016


Monday, 3rd October, 2016


Sunday, 2nd October, 2016

  • 07:58 PM - Wicht mentioned Imhotepthewise in post Iron DM 2016 (The Complete Game Thread!)
    ... 48 hour time-limit. This match will use eight ingredients, all of which are to be used in each entry. Entries in this match will have a 2000 word limit (not including the title and ingredients list--any descriptions or definitions of ingredients will count against the limit!). The contestant who wins this match will become the IRON DM 2016! Addendum: By entering Iron DM, you acknoweldge that your ideas are subject to being used by others, as this is a public contest and the entries will be posted publically. This does not preclude you from making whatever use you want of the material you produce on your own website, for your own campaign, or even professionally. We do ask that following the contest, you leave your entry as is, for posterity and that your entry may be added to our growing anthology of entries. This Year's Competitors! 1. Deuce Traveler 2. Rune 3. Gradine 4. Imhotepthewise 5. GuardianLurker 6. steeldragons 7. LongGoneWrier 8. LucasC This Year's Judges! Wicht, Iron Sky, Lwaxy Round 1 Match 1: LucasC vs. LongGone Wrier; Judgment Match 2: Steeldragons vs. Rune; Judgment Match 3: Guardian Lurker vs. Imhotepthewise; Judgment Match 4: Gradine vs. Deuce Traveler; Judgment Round 2 Match 1: LongGoneWrier vs. Deuce Traveler Match 2: Imhotepthewise vs. Rune Round 3 Final Match: Deuce Traveler vs. Rune


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Sunday, 30th September, 2018


Friday, 14th October, 2016

  • 07:05 PM - Rune quoted Imhotepthewise in post Iron DM 2016 (The Complete Game Thread!)
    My self-esteem in shreads, I slink off to my cave to await next year's game. Congratulations to Rune, and an excellent primer on how Dungeon World should work. Thank you to the judges for their time and meaty critiques. Thanks to all the other participants, as well. You've done yourself proud, I think. I honestly didn't expect to win this round, even before I read your entry. After reading it, I was less confident. I'll go into more depth later. For now, though...good show!
  • 06:49 PM - LongGoneWriter quoted Imhotepthewise in post Iron DM 2016 (The Complete Game Thread!)
    My self-esteem in shreads, I slink off to my cave to await next year's game. You and me both, brother. We'll get 'em next year and have a showdown at the finals.

Saturday, 8th October, 2016

  • 06:45 PM - Iron Sky quoted Imhotepthewise in post Iron DM 2016 (The Complete Game Thread!)
    So, I can’t apologize for giving the PCs free rein. Good NPCs make good adventures, and this entry has plenty of options for good roleplaying, combat, stealth, or magic use. The way I see it, if you are the sort of GM looking to "give players free reign" you're probably not going to be drawn to pre-made adventures, more setting books that give you ideas that you can plunk your PCs down in and run with. I absolutely think that your adventure makes a great setting, but if I was a new GM who bought it expecting to read it an hour before the game started and be able to run it, I would be sorely disappointed. You gave histories, geography, some motives, and a hook, then said "have fun!" Ironically, I've never actually bought or run a pre-made adventure (I actually didn't know they existed until the first time I entered IronDM), but I get why people would buy them. You want neat situations, interesting scenes to present, detailed environments to interact with, tough choices to throw at your players, and...

Wednesday, 28th September, 2016


Sunday, 27th September, 2015

  • 03:00 AM - Rune quoted Imhotepthewise in post IRON DM 2015 Tournament
    Thank you. As far as critiques on my writing, I have a very thick skin. Despite the defeat, I suspect this scenario will be saved by our audience in their arsenal of adventures, in part or in whole cloth. I've crashed and burned in the first round three times now. I know eventually I will get a set of ingredients that clicks. Thanks to Iron Sky for a great match and good luck in the next rounds. Don't feel bad about crushing me on my birthday. Hey, I'm a genuine kind of guy. When I say that I think you're pretty close to crossing over into "feared competitor" territory, I mean it. You've got solid vision, and that's a wonderful place to be able to start from. Also, in case you were serious about the birthday: happy birthday.

Tuesday, 22nd September, 2015

  • 03:18 PM - Rune quoted Imhotepthewise in post Scheduling for IRON DM 2015
    I will be back online tonite around 4 pm EST. I can start after that. I am offline from 6am to 4 pm. I wouldn't be able to start a match for you before 10 or 10:30 PM EST (likely no internet till then). If that doesn't work for you, please let me know.

Monday, 16th February, 2015


Monday, 12th January, 2015

  • 01:31 AM - Rune quoted Imhotepthewise in post IRON DM 2014 Tournament
    From the scheduling thread: Sorry it’s taken me some time to respond. I went with my son to see The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies and then home to watch the nailbiter between the Ravens and the Patriots. Go Pats! Dwarven Tragedian. Since I consciously shied away from any theatrical tack, I developed the woeful path of Dunstan. He would have been a greater part of the scheme if I could have made him so, but it just didn’t come to me. The tragedy you built around him was superb and had the potential to carry the the whole adventure, if only you had followed through with making the character central. And if you hadn't had so much of the action occur before the adventure started. He gave me a great vehicle to show Hogmin’s erratic nature, and to resolve the use of Chicken Dance without plugging in “Dancing Chickens”, which I mistakenly thought would tank me as too obvious. It also made someone the point of blame for Heglat’s wrath. Chicken Dance. As I said, I thought it was Kryp...
  • 01:07 AM - Wicht quoted Imhotepthewise in post IRON DM 2014 Tournament
    I suspect Wicht and others have a couple of templates handy to paste into to make their entries pop. You would in this case be mostly wrong... While I do have some templates for creatures and magic items and such and they are very helpful, for adventures themselves, there is no pre-saved plug and play template I use. What I do, however is arrange my writing in the format used by Paizo and others with an introduction, adventure summary, hook, etc. The introduction is used for background. The adventure summary provides a rough outline of the expected chain of events in the adventure. The hook, of course, is to detail why the PCs should be involved. While alterations to the presentation can be made, these three parts should be more or less standard. Remembering to break it up this way also provides a visual reminder of just how much back-story to adventure you actually are providing in your entry. It turned out to an adventure I’d really like to run. In the end, I think that is a good th...

Sunday, 11th January, 2015

  • 11:34 PM - Wicht quoted Imhotepthewise in post Scheduling Thread for IRON DM 2014
    I suspect Wicht and others have a couple of templates handy to paste into to make their entries pop. You would in this case be mostly wrong... While I do have some templates for creatures and magic items and such and they are very helpful, for adventures themselves, there is no pre-saved plug and play template I use. What I do, however is arrange my writing in the format used by Paizo and others with an introduction, adventure summary, hook, etc. The introduction is used for background. The adventure summary provides a rough outline of the expected chain of events in the adventure. The hook, of course, is to detail why the PCs should be involved. While alterations to the presentation can be made, these three parts should be more or less standard. Remembering to break it up this way also provides a visual reminder of just how much back-story to adventure you actually are providing in your entry. It turned out to an adventure I’d really like to run. In the end, I think that is a good th...

Saturday, 10th January, 2015

  • 04:43 PM - Rune quoted Imhotepthewise in post Scheduling Thread for IRON DM 2014
    Thank you for the opportunity to compete. I really liked the ingredients. The opportunity to complete against Wicht was great. Great Game Wicht! My entry reflects my gaming style, which is driven by the Gygax paraphrase "Don't let the rules interfere with the fun of the game" and the Piratecat "say yes instead of no". One thing is proven true, in that interesting NPCs make the most memorable adventures, and Wicht's were better than mine. I look forward to the next Iron DM! Cool. Glad toy had fun with them! If it makes you feel better, I always had trouble competing against Wicht's NPC characterization, too. It was one thing that he was just flat-out better at than me. (Also, all of our commentary in this thread will quickly get lost amidst the scheduling--and vise versa--so everyone is encouraged to take non-scheduling IRON DM discussion over to the other thread.)
  • 03:30 PM - Wicht quoted Imhotepthewise in post Scheduling Thread for IRON DM 2014
    Thank you for the opportunity to compete. I really liked the ingredients. The opportunity to complete against Wicht was great. Great Game Wicht! My entry reflects my gaming style, which is driven by the Gygax paraphrase "Don't let the rules interfere with the fun of the game" and the Piratecat "say yes instead of no". One thing is proven true, in that interesting NPCs make the most memorable adventures, and Wicht's were better than mine. I look forward to the next Iron DM! I enjoyed those ingredients as well and they certainly lent themselves to a slightly less serious style of adventure. Thanks for the competition. :)

Thursday, 8th January, 2015


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Wednesday, 3rd July, 2013

  • 01:03 PM - Rune quoted Imhotepthewise in post IRON DM 2013--Entries, Judgements, Commentary, & Trash-Talk
    Rune, I appreciate the time you take with this and your honest and fair judgement. I hope to make it in again next time. I hope so, too. I get the sense you'll do much better next time. By the way, Graz'zt is on the phone for both of you. Oh good. I'm glad you didn't take it too hard! :)

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