Are we having fun yet?

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Are you having fun yet?

1. This is the BEST GAME EVER
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2. I'm enjoying this game.
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70%
3. It's Alright, but when do I get to kill something?
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10%
4. It's Alright.
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10%
5. Too dull.
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No votes
6. Can't wait till I die.
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7. Count me out - let someone else have my spot.
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No votes
8. I'm still in but we need a major overhaul - and perhaps a restart.
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9. Let's get on with the game already!
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No votes
10. Other. see post.
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10%
 
Total votes: 10

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Are we having fun yet?

Post by Sunbolt » Fri Jan 27, 2006 6:52 pm

The vote here is to see if you're enjoying the game so far. It's new, and I'll ask again later. If you think something needs to be changed - let me and the rest know.

The speed of the game will improve as you are now all together again.

Also, the next few "scenes" will require you to kind of "go with the flow". They will not be indicitive of what will happen "most of the time. "

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Post by Icthius » Fri Jan 27, 2006 6:54 pm

I like it. My only complaint is that it's going a bit slow, but considering that there are 9 players, it's going at a perfectly reasonable rate. Bravo.

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Post by steeladept » Fri Jan 27, 2006 9:41 pm

Icthius wrote:I like it. My only complaint is that it's going a bit slow, but considering that there are 9 players, it's going at a perfectly reasonable rate. Bravo.
I agree...The only problem I noticed is that it seems to have slowed down. As long as it picks up again as you suggest, I am happy with it.
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Post by klakxor » Fri Jan 27, 2006 10:53 pm

I am enjoying but it seems a little slow. I think, though, that it will pick up. I don't know about the rest of you, but this is the first game I have played this way. Maybe I need to switch gears because I am way to used to being right in front of everybody. Plus I think the game should get moving along more once we get used to playing this way.

Not to mention that I have always found it difficult to play with people I have never played with before. Have to give props to Sunbolt for stepping up to DM a group of players he may never meet in real life.

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Post by xenos007 » Fri Jan 27, 2006 11:02 pm

I agree, this has got to be alot of work, but at least we are not totally constrained by having to setup a day to sit around the table. This should get flowing smoothly now that were are for the most part on the same page.
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Post by Lickitys Plit » Sat Jan 28, 2006 9:40 am

This is a new experience for me. I also am used to being in a group of people. So learning to play on line is a fun experience. It so different. I believe we will have to learn a whole new way to play. It may be that others have already developed ways to play. But I have not heard of them, and I think it will be a lot of fun to develope them.
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Post by Sunbolt » Sat Jan 28, 2006 5:14 pm

Lickitys Plit wrote:This is a new experience for me. I also am used to being in a group of people. So learning to play on line is a fun experience. It so different. I believe we will have to learn a whole new way to play. It may be that others have already developed ways to play. But I have not heard of them, and I think it will be a lot of fun to develope them.
Thanks for the input. I'll endeavor to keep the game moving. The only down side is that sometimes people will miss a validation. I can't be on EVERYDAY, but I probably won't miss more than a day at any given time. We'll still plan on no less than one validation for the whole group every 48 hours - but I'll try to continue little mini updates more often.

We still have to see how combats work in the forums.

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Post by guysorrow » Sat Jan 28, 2006 6:19 pm

so far i think this has been a good start. i think this format is new to most of us. i'm already looking at this as a lengthy process and not expecting it to be like group gaming. so i'm really enjoying it.
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