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    Dirty Chai's Avatar Dux Limitis
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    World building just for grins? Sure, count me in (if you'll have me of course)

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    Seems agreeable.


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    Seems agreeable.


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    Excellent.

    I suppose we should start by finding a map, bit hard to build a world with no idea of what that world looks like We could always use Dan's BaW map, if you don't mind @Dan. Alternatively if you guys find or create a cool map, by all means do post it here. Don't count on me for this though, I'm as awful a cartographer as I always have been haha.

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    I dunno if I'd be wholly active around here for that kind of thing, might pop one or two suggestions in. Been meaning to get back into worldbuilding actually :p

    And yeah, @Dan, Ireland was a study abroad. Cheapest option there was, just $2000 more than staying at my home school for the semester, figured it was worth it, and holy hell was it. Absolutely incredible, that country. Whereabouts in Germany are you gonna be going? If you get the chance to go to the north, Niedersachsen and that area, Hamburg is a really exciting city and Lüneburg (half an hour train ride south of Hamburg) has a gorgeous medieval city center. One of the few places to not get bombed in the World Wars.

    On a side note, any of y'all picked up Ultimate General: Civil War on Steam? If you played Ultimate General: Gettysburg, the devs made a follow-up game that's in early access right now, it has a sandbox campaign with army management, down to choosing the weaponry of your brigades like in the old Civil War Generals games. Came out mid-November and has been updated every couple weeks - they just added the battles of Stones River and Chancellorsville a couple days ago. It's tough, too. Makes you work for those victories.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Strider View Post
    I dunno if I'd be wholly active around here for that kind of thing, might pop one or two suggestions in. Been meaning to get back into worldbuilding actually :p

    And yeah, @Dan, Ireland was a study abroad. Cheapest option there was, just $2000 more than staying at my home school for the semester, figured it was worth it, and holy hell was it. Absolutely incredible, that country. Whereabouts in Germany are you gonna be going? If you get the chance to go to the north, Niedersachsen and that area, Hamburg is a really exciting city and Lüneburg (half an hour train ride south of Hamburg) has a gorgeous medieval city center. One of the few places to not get bombed in the World Wars.

    On a side note, any of y'all picked up Ultimate General: Civil War on Steam? If you played Ultimate General: Gettysburg, the devs made a follow-up game that's in early access right now, it has a sandbox campaign with army management, down to choosing the weaponry of your brigades like in the old Civil War Generals games. Came out mid-November and has been updated every couple weeks - they just added the battles of Stones River and Chancellorsville a couple days ago. It's tough, too. Makes you work for those victories.
    I don't think any IHers still around have the time to be wholly active for that sort of thing, the way we were a few years ago. That's exactly why I suggested that we contribute on our own schedules even if that means we go days, weeks or months without posting. I know I probably won't be able to post or update blurbs about a faction/culture/whatever every day, for sure - might not even make it every other day or disappear for a week or two at a time, in extreme cases.

    @Dan Yeah, just for vacation. Don't suppose anyone here has any experience of Bali or any other part of Indonesia?

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    I'm sort of around as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Strider View Post
    And yeah, @Dan, Ireland was a study abroad. Cheapest option there was, just $2000 more than staying at my home school for the semester, figured it was worth it, and holy hell was it. Absolutely incredible, that country. Whereabouts in Germany are you gonna be going? If you get the chance to go to the north, Niedersachsen and that area, Hamburg is a really exciting city and Lüneburg (half an hour train ride south of Hamburg) has a gorgeous medieval city center. One of the few places to not get bombed in the World Wars.
    I will be in Freiburg for an entire academic year, so I'll have plenty of time to visit Germany and probably the rest of the continent. I'll be extremely close to France and Switzerland so I definitely plan on visiting both, and I also have family friends in the UK with whom I am certain I will spend some time. I also hope to get to Italy and maybe Greece and Turkey as long as they're still safe by that point.
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    I see.. avoid Spain why don't ya, Dan.


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    What is a Spain?
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    It's like a Mexico I do believe.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan the Man View Post
    I will be in Freiburg for an entire academic year, so I'll have plenty of time to visit Germany and probably the rest of the continent. I'll be extremely close to France and Switzerland so I definitely plan on visiting both, and I also have family friends in the UK with whom I am certain I will spend some time. I also hope to get to Italy and maybe Greece and Turkey as long as they're still safe by that point.
    That's cool! I know somebody in Freiburg right now on a study abroad trip. And I'll be in Salzburg, Austria for the next five months. Isn't Freiburg close to the border?

    Oh by the way, hey guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pericles of Athens View Post
    It's like a Mexico I do believe.
    Or so Hollywood claims

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    So I'm DMing my first game of D&D on Friday night.

    I like to think that years of IH have prepared me pretty well.
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    Just imagine this,i am a complete newb who writes aars on writers study and loves rpg and roleplaying diplomacy games .But when i arrive here i am unable to know where to start .It is very hard to grasp everything .I need some guidance to start out as most games are outdated and do not show the rules properly .Its all advancin on me like a beast .
    If you liked this writing also check out my other aars and stories .
    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showt...nged-1890-1990 white collar crime story from mad orc .

    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showt...r-with-ww1-mod:My Spain in ww1 aar .

    ..http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showt...-Milano-family :My creative story of the legendary Milano family .


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    plaese pm me.
    If you liked this writing also check out my other aars and stories .
    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showt...nged-1890-1990 white collar crime story from mad orc .

    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showt...r-with-ww1-mod:My Spain in ww1 aar .

    ..http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showt...-Milano-family :My creative story of the legendary Milano family .


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    Welcome to the graveyard of a once bountiful RPG forum. All that is left now are the bones of our great work.

    Naw, but really, we don't do nothing here no more. Dead as dust, as it were.


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    To tell you the truth the play by post rpg forum is not much to my liking as it's filled with fantasy shirt and a dead roman senate .
    If you liked this writing also check out my other aars and stories .
    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showt...nged-1890-1990 white collar crime story from mad orc .

    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showt...r-with-ww1-mod:My Spain in ww1 aar .

    ..http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showt...-Milano-family :My creative story of the legendary Milano family .


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