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Hello Buster. I love Dungeons & Dragons, though I haven't played in years, not since the kids moved to town. Kinda hard to play with just two, especially when computer games are the main competition. Tried playing over the phone but it didn't really work out that well. I still use many of the little background rules in making some of the decisions in my story, such as how long it takes to travel somewhere. That's really a handy little table.
Magic - I totally love playing with different rules and making myself obey them.
I also love magic, supernatural, sophisticated horrors which involved extreme scenes. By the way, i would like to find out from you how far we are supposed to travel while creating worst horrors with extremely graphic scenes, too shocking.
I may not be the one to ask this, but horror is very fast paced. Minutes are what are being counted, so distances would be very short.
Thanks so much, Mariah. I'll have to check out that link. I, of course, write fiction, and I use a lot of D&D information, but I like my weapons to be as accurate as possible.
I looked into the link and didn't find any forums. It was interesting though. The original name for Alaska - I never would have guessed. Lots of awesome history - food for some future story, I'm sure. haha
I've just started to write my novel a few weeks ago so I will most likely have some questions for you because it will have both swords and magic. I think its interesting that you mention the different rules of magic. This is something I've been thinking about with my story. There has to be a limit or consequence to using magic. Hope to be in contact with you, Anna.