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Tue, Jan. 2nd, 2007, 05:23 pm
"A little fear is a healthy thing."

1/1/2007 15:14: "Oh, man. I'm hardly ever this extroverted, offline and online. It's been years since I was this open and friendly. Groovin'!"

1/1/2007 23:01: "Oh god what have I been doing? Undo! Delete! Backspace! I take it all back! Retreaaaaat!"

Yup. It's more of the same. On a lighter note, what would you take with you on an adventure? Think as if you were going camping for a long time, and going far away.

Thu, Jan. 4th, 2007 08:58 pm (UTC)
guido_jacobs: Re: "Undo! Undelete! Undelete!"

Don't forget about different uses of other things, like using tent poles as tools and/or weapons. Anyways, hmm...if I were to start a character in D&D, I would want the items to start out to be...some decent armor, like leather instead of cloth, a good weapon or two (plus a small knife, like a kunai, as a tool), a decent length of rope, food and medical supplies (it could be a long journey just to the next town!), tent, and a map. How is that?

Fri, Jan. 5th, 2007 12:46 am (UTC)
masstreble: Re: "Undo! Undelete! Undelete!"

A map! That's something most people kind of gloss over, where-as in real life, they certainly wouldn't. Navigation is tricky business, especially in the wilds. Another thing that's useful but preactically missing in D&D: the compass.

Fri, Jan. 5th, 2007 06:25 pm (UTC)
guido_jacobs: Re: "Undo! Undelete! Undelete!"

A map, a compass, now all we need is the dungeon item and the big key! :D

Sat, Jan. 6th, 2007 02:14 am (UTC)
masstreble: On the proper navigational methods of Hyrule.

Link has a map and a compass of some sort in the games. Either that or an uncanny sense of direction. Otherwise, what are we doing when we look at those maps in-game? Link's a prepared guy, in fact, he's a one-man adventuring wrecking ball. I wonder what he would be in D&D? A prestige class, I think. Only one person can be the Hero of [thing].

Sun, Jan. 7th, 2007 11:52 am (UTC)
guido_jacobs: Re: On the proper navigational methods of Hyrule.

Maybe an epic Ranger. Yeah, he's definitely a ranger...Heh. "Power druids." Five old wise men in identical outfits, each a different color. I'd like to see them do dorky fake karate.