I'd guess around 2 - 3 hours.Every other week sounds like a good pace.
For working out schedules, how long would a round usually go?
Not that I know of, but I don't demand to see people's character sheets, so you are fine just printing one out and having it on the table in front of you.Does roll20 use online character sheets, and where would we get them?
Not strict at all. The system we use in my games at home are roll 4d6, re-roll 1s, then drop the lowest die. Roll all your stats first, then place them where you want them. That way, you can use the really good scores where you need them.How strict are you on character gen rolls?
It appears to have built-in video conferencing, but I haven't tried it out yet.Does this system use IM chat for talking, or would we use skype?
yeah it's a placeholder. It wouldn't let me put just the date, so I put in 7PM just 'cause. Once we have more of a consensus on time I'll modify it appropriately.Cool, so I noticed you set the date for Friday, the 26th, at 4 pm (don't know if that's a placeholder, or whether it's EST or PST).
I can do Fridays, but 4:00 PM PST is too early, for, you know, work reasons. I can't do earlier than 6:00 PM PST/9:00 PM EST on Fridays.
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