Scott complains that my characterization of the group currently in the Spice Islands as the “Rambling Bumblers” is harsh. Well, it may be harsh, but the epithet isn’t mine: “Rambling Bumblers” is what Wendy’s been calling the group since the fiasco in the “Pandora’s Box” dimension. If the group would like to pick an official name for that campaign, I’m open to suggestions.
Tell me I’m going to hell – James Jadwin, requesting a bit of roleplaying on the part of the working girl at the local cathouse, whom he’s first had dress in a nun’s habit…
Jou are goin’ to hell, jou know – Sor. Theresa’s favorite phrase
Demons always operate without a permit – Sor. Theresa
Freakin’ Benjamin Franklin shit! – Paul
You’ll find me at the bar, engaged in a round of “Scrub the poop-deck, you drunken Darbi” – Zobar
Touch my substance! – Magmar
The trunk is booby-trapped, and despite my nimbleness, I appear to be a booby. – “Fingers”
You can have some Raspberry Death Twist – Rachel
We should let evil people do what they want – Doug
Yes, but I can’t steal, so someone else will have to take these things – Sor. Theresa
I want to offer those sailors my services – Amos the Greater
As the only person in this room likely to actually invent a time machine… – Scott
This is the 4th or 5th time tonight that the phrase “Everybody did” or “Everybody does” can be translated as “Doug did” – Scott
Well, generally there’s violence involved…and then some sailing – Seth the Lesser
I actual have a 4 in camping skill, so bite my ass! – Rachel
I currently have several campaigns set in Neng, although they have varying degrees of frequency.
Russell has a two characters Carlys eal Tharstorr and Salaomer ein Ringoral (who drop in on the other campaigns when he’s available generally once or twice a year); when one of us visits the other, we usually get in a solo adventure for one of them.
The Rose Tower campaign is the one that my Sunday group played for about two years, before we decided to put in on hiatus. One of our players (Rob Barrett) left, and three new ones joined (Scott Oser, Rachel Hartmann, and Mike DeSanto) and there seemed to me to be a real divide between the characters who had been adventuring together all along and the new characters; the campaign was big on politics and continuity with past events, and the newer characters tended to not have the ties that the others did and the players tended not to know what was going on unless someone stopped and explained it to them frequently. I thought it would be best to start everyone with new characters, at least until the new players got “caught up” enough on world events and developed enough of a backstory not to be put in the shade by the established characters.
The Rambling Bumblers campaign was the result of the decision I mentioned; the characters all started as students attending the same boarding school in Neng, although they were free to leave and adventure after that. The Rambling Bumblers was the name the group gave to itself after its first couple of adventures in alternate dimensions led to horrible, horrible things happening in those dimensions. I had meant for the dimension hopping to be a short diversion, and give all the players an equal footing as far as knowing the history of the place; in retrospect, it was a mistake, and afterwards they never really fit into the Neng setting, plus they developed a bad habit of running away from any trouble they stirred up–generally to a new dimension. They are currently semi-stranded in the Spice Islands, far to the south of Neng proper, and since Rachel and Scott are leaving for Canada at the end of the summer, if we continue with Neng we may revert to the Rose Tower campaign.
|The Rose Tower||FUDGE||Joshua||Hiatus|
|The Sun Also Rises||Exalted||Paul||Current|
|Camelot 1999||Nobilis||Rob||Never Got Started|
|Hack Em Up!||Hackmaster||Joshua||Defunct|
Welcome to BlogRiPpinG, a blog to record comments and info about our Sunday RPG group’s activities. I’m hoping this will encourage people to do a little more writing up about the campaign goings-on, as well as providing a more permanent home for the notable quotes that currently end up only the back of people’s character sheets. I plan to give editing rights to everybody in the group, as soon as I can figure out how….