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"It is our choices that show what we truly are" [May. 6th, 2005|01:31 pm]
No question about it anymore. Just had a talk with the parents, and I'll definitely be in Evanston this summer. Looking for a job to fill the time, and maybe doing a little volunteerig while I'm at it.
What this means is that I want to know who is going to be in Chicagoland that wants to be kewl and hang out at some point: I don't exactly have other friends around. Let me know, and hopefully the summer can be filled with awesomeness.

From: padrecsj
2005-05-06 11:43 am (UTC)
Going back to our dinering conversation, I would love to do some roleplaying over the summer. I must confess I am a stick in the mud and prefer D&D or Ars Magica (for something more obscure) to most other systems. This is simply because I like them, I have good memories of them, and I know them. I am only slightly opposed to learning new systems, but most of that is cause I am lazy.
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[User Picture]From: nathan_lounge
2005-05-06 12:01 pm (UTC)
Oh man, props for remembering Ars Magica.

That's the system where you take damage for using magic (or something like that), right?
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[User Picture]From: abmann
2005-05-06 12:07 pm (UTC)
Lots of systems have damage associated with using magic.
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[User Picture]From: nathan_lounge
2005-05-06 12:57 pm (UTC)
Not as old as ars magica though.
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From: padrecsj
2005-05-06 09:02 pm (UTC)
Magic in general wears you out, fatigue levels. Losing fatigue levels gives you minues. There is a flaw that makes you lose body levels instead, which would be actually injury.
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[User Picture]From: darkskywatcher
2005-05-06 02:51 pm (UTC)
Don't worry about it too much. I doubt I'll go to heavy on the systemizing for anything I end up running anyway, unless its something that you already know. Or an adaptation thereof.
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