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meadwarrior
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Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by meadwarrior » 1-Dec-18 21:19

Like you, I love the oldschool style of dungeoncrawl RPGs.
That's why I'd like to develop my own. Dungeon Strikes Back is my weapon of choice.

And that's the story of why I joined this forum.
The end ;)

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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by Ameena » 2-Dec-18 10:00

Cool, welcome to the forum :). Feel free to reminisce about fun time playing DM/CSB and/or generally chat about gamey-stuff :D.
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meadwarrior
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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by meadwarrior » 2-Dec-18 19:53

Hello! Thanks for the warm welcome!
I play DM every few years or so, and it's always a good time :)

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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by Gambit37 » 3-Dec-18 10:07

Hello! Nice to see someone else using DSB. It's a great engine, really flexible and lots of fun. I'm no expert, but have been tinkering with DSB for a while, so I'll try and help you out if you post questions on the DSB forum. I hope you enjoy your stay here. :)

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meadwarrior
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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by meadwarrior » 3-Dec-18 14:05

Hello Gambit, and thank you!
I've already seen you being very active in the forums a lot. I'm looking forward to my time here.

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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by Mindstone » 5-Dec-18 08:54

I raise a reasonably-sized tankard of mead in welcome, meadwarrior!

We need more mead round these parts, and certainly more warriors.

I daresay you have fulfilled both of these needs in one :D
For the Horn and the Hall!

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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by Chaos-Shaman » 5-Dec-18 15:50

Cheers to all fellow dungeon masters
keep your gor coin handy

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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by Saumun » 5-Dec-18 22:40

Must have missed the op, so a belated hello to meadwarrior... and welcome to the forum.
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meadwarrior
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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by meadwarrior » 7-Dec-18 21:40

Hello, Mindstone, Chaos-Shaman and Saumun!
Thanks for the warm welcome, and skål! Let's drink together and have a fun time :)

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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by Chaos-Shaman » 8-Dec-18 13:43

Whatever was in that grog last night sure did get me but I'll muster the energy up and I raise my cup to our new member, skoal meadwarrior. May the spirits guide you on your next journey.
keep your gor coin handy

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meadwarrior
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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by meadwarrior » 9-Dec-18 01:11

The 'spirits', eh? ;) You too!

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Re: Hail, fellow dungeoneers!

Post by Chaos-Shaman » 9-Dec-18 15:47

Yeah, spirits. It's not a made up thing or anything. Go to the booze shop and make sure you glance at the store title. Most of the time it will indicate that it provides spirits. Abracadabra. It is not only a mineral, lol, I can say most people do not look at the store sign or even pay attention to what might influence their behavior. I talked to my son last night, he passed away not long ago but we still had a chat, his spirit exists, thanks to the booze shop I can still reach him with my feelings. I raise a cup to everyone, may we enjoy life while we have it. Welcome meadwarrior ;) What dungeon are you going to tackle first? There are some pretty cool ones out there.
keep your gor coin handy

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