I'd be willing to run this. An ideal party would be 4 - 6 people.Cool, that's good to hear.
For all you DnD vets, any of you up for DM'ing, and how big would an ideal party be?
I was thinking that GM updates can occur on a regular schedule, like once a day at a time when everyone's had a chance to respond. That way scheduling won't get in the way for people. It might mean an overall slower pace, but should at least keep things moving steady.Cool, and I told you that I already picked up the first edition handbook, right?
Also, I'm willing to wake up earlier on the weekends for this, so, we'll see what time works for people.
You didn't misread - that's what it does. There are quite a few sites out there right now that do it, but Roll20 is considered to be one of the better ones.Maybe I misread what Roll20 did, but I thought they essentially created a virtual table to do the games over a video conference.
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