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gerloffmk
04-24-2009, 04:58 PM
Hello everyone! I was excited to find this website! Cheers!

ravells
04-24-2009, 05:17 PM
That's great! Welcome to the Guild! Tell us a bit more about yourself and your love for mapping!

NeonKnight
04-24-2009, 05:42 PM
Welcome to the guild!

NymTevlyn
04-24-2009, 05:47 PM
Holy poodoo! A real live Alternity player?! I thought they all went nearly extinct and I was one of the last.

Steel General
04-24-2009, 05:57 PM
Welcome Aboard!

gerloffmk
04-24-2009, 08:17 PM
Hi all, and thanks for the warm welcome! I started D&D with 1st ed when it came out (I was in 4th grade). Currently, after taking about 7 years off - having kids, moving etc, I am getting back in to it! I currently play D&D online using Skype and Maptools with friends and nephews in Los Angeles, Idaho, Utah, California and South Korea.

I am going to start up again with Alternity in a couple weeks with the same group. I am just finishing up the maps for the adventure. I found this website while I was tring to find a cool door image to use.

If anyone is interested I'll post the maps for the Alternity adventure when I am finished. They are the maps from the "Of Ghosts & Goblins" adventure that came out in the Action Check online magazine a while ago.

I have been amazed how well D&D has been going using Skype. Almost like being at the table! Almost...

industrygothica
04-25-2009, 10:15 AM
Hi all, and thanks for the warm welcome! I started D&D with 1st ed when it came out (I was in 4th grade). Currently, after taking about 7 years off - having kids, moving etc, I am getting back in to it! I currently play D&D online using Skype and Maptools with friends and nephews in Los Angeles, Idaho, Utah, California and South Korea.

I am going to start up again with Alternity in a couple weeks with the same group. I am just finishing up the maps for the adventure. I found this website while I was tring to find a cool door image to use.

If anyone is interested I'll post the maps for the Alternity adventure when I am finished. They are the maps from the "Of Ghosts & Goblins" adventure that came out in the Action Check online magazine a while ago.

I have been amazed how well D&D has been going using Skype. Almost like being at the table! Almost...

Absolutely, we'd love to see your maps. You don't even have to wait until they're finished - we love to see works as they progress through completion (and might even be able to offer some advice along the way!).

Check out the WIP forums and show us something.


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