[Meta] How many story hours do you read?

How many Story Hours Do You Read Regularly?

  • 8 or more

    Votes: 5 7.1%
  • 5 to 7

    Votes: 11 15.7%
  • 2 to 4

    Votes: 13 18.6%
  • Just one

    Votes: 2 2.9%
  • One, But I browse several others

    Votes: 9 12.9%
  • None, I only browse

    Votes: 1 1.4%
  • 2 to 4, but I browse a handful more

    Votes: 24 34.3%
  • 5 or more, but I browse a handful more

    Votes: 5 7.1%
  • I only post to my own, and don't pay attention to any others

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • None at all

    Votes: 0 0.0%

el-remmen

Moderator Emeritus
Hey all!

I thought I'd put the new poll function to good use here in the Story Hour Forum and see how many story hours people tend to read. . .

So answer the poll above and then post which ones you do read and how often and maybe why. . .
 

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el-remmen

Moderator Emeritus
So, I guess I'll start. . .

I read Old One's Faded Glory regularly
Along with Sagiro's Story Hour, of course.

I browse, Samnell's "Meepo's Story Hour", Pirate Cat's Story Hour and (cntxt)'s "Liberation of Tenh" (I used to read this last one regularly - but the long hiatus got me lost and I did not have the energy to go back and re-read the whole thing - perhaps one day I will).

I also read "The Story of Ratchis" - which is the background for one the chracters in my own campaign - but I love re-reading in serial form. . esp. since Roy batty (who posts it) is getting to the part I have not read yet. I hope he transfers it over to the new boards soon.
 
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Dr Midnight

Explorer
I read the Unusual Heroes, and yes, I'm a player in that campaign so it doesn't count... but I only browse others. I poke through Pcat's and Zombie Toddlers now and then. I browse around.
 

Old One

First Post
Way too many...

I read, in no particular order, the following:

  • [*] Old One's Faded Glory Story Hour (of course:D)
    [*] Rel's Faded Glory Story Hour
    [*] Piratecat's Collected Story Hour
    [*] Contact's Liberators of Tehn and Risen Goddess Story Hours
    [*] Sagiro's Story Hour
    [*] Nemmerle's Out of the Frying Pan
    [*] Dr. Midnight's Knights of the Silver Quill
    [*] Plane Sailing's The Kyri Chronicles
    [*] Oghma's Posy's Diary
    [*] Byzantium on the Shannon
    [*] Wulf's Collected Story Hour
    [*] Samnell's Meepo's Story Hour


I browse:
  • Kid Charlamagne's Story Hour
  • RangerWickett's Savannah Knights and Tide of Homeland Story Hours
  • Broccli Head's Heroes of the Vilhon Reach Story Hour

I miss both Ancalagon and Tor Bladebearer's Story Hours!

Old One
 

Hi,
I read Dr Midnight's, Wulf's and the Unusual Heros. I used to read some others but I didnt have enough time. Still maybe it is a good time to start reading some more. Anyone got any suggestions on what to read?
Cya:D
 

Lazybones

Adventurer
Greetings,
I only discovered this board a few months ago, so I'm still catching up on some of the "classic" story hours. I've read Wulf's threads, KotSQ, Posy's Diary, and I'm currently almost current with Kid Charlemagne's.

Other threads I've looked at and will probably read at some point are the Old One's campaign, the Unusual Heroes, Sagiro, Piratecat, Undermountain, and the Heroes of the Vilhon Reach.

Now that I'm writing my own story, I have less time to browse, but it's a great way to kill that dead time at work... :)

Thanks to all the great authors who have brought their campaigns to the board! I hope that everyone who contributes will find readers and have a good time.
 

Cor Azer

First Post
I mostly just read PirateCat's and Sagiro's Story Hours, but I've browsed Tor Bladebearer's (on the old boards), and the two RangerWickett has been involved in.
 

Talindra

First Post
Well, I read three of the storyhours for the games I play in, so they don't really count, I suppose, but they are:

Journals of the Five: A Forgotten Realms Tale
Hidden Monkey, Severed Head... An Oriental Adventure
Tokiwong's Story Hour... aka Big trouble in little Cormyr

I also read:

Travels through the Wild West: a Forgotten Realms Story
Enforcer's Wheel of Time Story Hour [NEW!]

All of these I check on a daily basis, even if SOME people are a little slower posting than others *cough* (Tokiwong)
 

Sayburr

First Post
I have to admit, I only post mine incase someone wants to see how the Kalamar modules go and I only read Bill Clark's which is another Kalamar campaign. I sure wish I had more time to read others, though, because I do enjoy them when I get the time to go browsing.
 

Tuerny

First Post
I read the following ones regularly:




  • Kid Charlagmane's Story Hour
  • Piratecat's Story Hour
  • Sagiro's Story Hour
  • Runic Story Hour

All of them share an interesting, imaginative setting, compelling charachters and an interesting plot.

I browse the Out of a Frying Pan campaign but so far it has failed to grab me as much as those four.
 

As is required by the terms of use policy for the EN World boards, I read Sagiro and Piratecat's storyhours regularly, but get frustrated that everyone keeps posting bumps for it. I think by now he knows that people want him to post the next chapter, so stop getting my hopes up whenever I see a new post.

A long time ago, I read the first few chapters of Wulf's Forge of Fury storyhour, and a lot of others that I forgot, but I have recently begun reading a chapter of Old One's storyhour each day. Also, I took a look at one storyhour where the party was offered a deal from some mysterious skeleton, offering to let them draw from the infamous Deck of Many Things. It was nicely written, but I forgot which storyhour it was. Could someone tell me which one it is so I can take another look at it?
 

MasterOfHeaven

First Post
The Story Hours I follow closely are:

Wulf Ratbanes Story Hour.
Lazybones Story Hour.
Kid Charlemagnes Story Hour.
Dr Midnights Story Hour.


I browse a few others once in a while, and I'm considering adding Broccli Heads story hour to my "must read" list. For now, though, the above four are the only ones I regularly check.
 

Ancalagon

Dusty Dragon
I read :

Piratecat's
Sagiro's
Nemm's
Old one'
Byzanthium on the Shanon
Cntx (both)
Wulf
Rangerwicket
Solidsnake

I used to read Shmoe's return to the temple of elemental evil, the logs of patric logopolis and Rangerwicket's Savana nights (wich is being reposted, I recomend it) but all those stories are "done".

I also recently started reading a story by the title of "another bastard of tolkien" or something similar.

Old one: Well, you seemed to be one of the few fans. That, combined with web problems (the webmaster can't load new files) demoralized the logwriter (who wasn't me) sadly. Wich is too bad realy, some realy good stuff happened later on! :(

edit: forgot ratchis! sorry if I forgot some others as well.

Ancalagon
 
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I regularly read:

Nemm's

Old One's

Sagiro's

Piratecat's

Paka's

The Story of Ratchis (Roy, please update - we love it!)

Oooh, I just saw that Sepulchrave has finally bowed to the hue and cry of King Mob and started a story hour. I'm in on that one too!




I browse (and will probably regularly follow if they keep posting):

The new Planescape story hour (the name of the poster escapes me)

The new WoT story hour (again, the poster's name escapes me, but it looks good so far)

Wulf's "Lazy Days"



Stories I would read if they didn't have spoilers for modules I may play through soon:

Wulf's original story hour

The Knights of the Silver Quill

Meepo's



Story I would read if it was still around:

Tor Bladebearer's
 
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Metus

First Post
I read:

Wulf's
Nemm's
Dr Midnight's
Old One's
Sagiro's

and I'm trying to keep up with Cntx's The Liberation of Tenh, but the updates are infrequent so it's hard.


RangerWickett said:
Also, I took a look at one storyhour where the party was offered a deal from some mysterious skeleton, offering to let them draw from the infamous Deck of Many Things. It was nicely written, but I forgot which storyhour it was. Could someone tell me which one it is so I can take another look at it?
That would be Doc's Knights of the Silver Quill.
 

(contact)

Explorer
This is the point in our program where I plug Paka's story hour and AngryMonkey's story hour. I've enjoyed both of them quite a bit.

The Drunken Southern Girls With Guns Story Hour is *much* more fun than drunken Southern girls with guns really are, and I read that one as well.
 

Ziggy

First Post
Re: Way too many...

I've got an almost perfect match with OldOne:

I read, in no particular order, the following:

  • [*] Old One's Faded Glory Story Hour
    [*] Rel's Faded Glory Story Hour
    [*] Piratecat's Collected Story Hour
    [*] Contact's Liberators of Tehn Story Hour
    [*] Sagiro's Story Hour
    [*] Nemmerle's Out of the Frying Pan
    [*] Dr. Midnight's Knights of the Silver Quill
    [*] Oghma's Posy's Diary
    [*] Byzantium on the Shannon
    [*] Wulf's Collected Story Hour
    [*] Samnell's Meepo's Story Hour
    [*] The Drunken Southern Girls With Guns Story Hour

I browse:
  • Kid Charlamagne's Story Hour
  • RangerWickett's Tide of Homeland Story Hours
  • Broccli Head's Heroes of the Vilhon Reach Story Hour


.Ziggy
 


Galfridus

First Post
Counting time

Hm, have to post a count before I answer the poll...

I read regularly:
  • Piratecat's Story Hour
  • Sagiro's Story Hour
  • (contact)'s Liberators of Tenh Story Hour
  • The Original Wulf's Story Hour
  • (contact)'s The Risen Goddess Story Hour
  • My story hour (someone has to!)
I browse:
  • Old One's Faded Glory Story Hour
  • Others as strike my fancy
 

Carnifex

First Post
I'm an avid reader of Piratecats and Sagiros story hours, and occasionally browse others when the opportunity presents itself.
 

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