GammaBear
 member, 819 posts
 Gaymer
Sat 14 Apr 2018
at 06:33
Tier 2 D&D 5e game.
Anyone know if one is looking for players, or maybe a willing DM has been contemplating starting one?
GammaBear
 member, 821 posts
 Gaymer
Fri 27 Apr 2018
at 20:18
Tier 2 D&D 5e game.
Bump
GammaBear
 member, 822 posts
 Gaymer
Tue 8 May 2018
at 01:23
Tier 2 D&D 5e game.
Le bump.
engine
 member, 597 posts
Tue 8 May 2018
at 14:35
Tier 2 D&D 5e game.
Can I ask what a "tier 2" game is? Thanks, and good luck.
lordblackk
 member, 38 posts
Tue 8 May 2018
at 15:12
Tier 2 D&D 5e game.
I believe tier 2 means levels 5-10.
rgrnwood
 member, 72 posts
Tue 8 May 2018
at 19:48
Tier 2 D&D 5e game.
I'd be game. I've thought about starting at 5th or 6th level. Any preferences for topic, tone, genre, or digital pizza toppings to bring to the virtual session? Oh, wait, pbp isn't virtual table top, lol.
GammaBear
 member, 823 posts
 Gaymer
Thu 10 May 2018
at 20:26
Tier 2 D&D 5e game.
In reply to rgrnwood (msg # 6):

I'm open for anything, really. I would ideally love something centered around the characters, but even if it's just slogging through a module or hardcover I'd be happy.
What's His Face
 member, 75 posts
Fri 11 May 2018
at 05:18
Tier 2 D&D 5e game.
In reply to GammaBear (msg # 7):

So, I changed my username from rgrnwood to some thing a little easier to read. But I had a few ideas kicking around my head. Anything sound particularly interesting?

1) Legend of Zelda: BOTW. Players fight various enemies during the 100 years after Link dies but before he is resurrected.

2) Sci-Fi aliens invade a medieval fantasy world. You are on the fantasy team.

3) Renaissance pirates/privateers saving kidnapped people, hunting for treasure and having ship battles.

4) Trapped inside a city trying to stop a magical plague and terrorists. Combat and mystery.

5) Help defend a city during a siege. Fighting in tunnels and collapsing them, running around naval barricades, surgical strikes against enemy artillery, raiding supply lines, evacuating villages, etc. You're involved in all the random missions that are interesting rather than standing on a wall and slogging through meat-grinder combat.

6) Lost Mines of Phandelver. I've never had a chance to finish it.

Oh, and I like to let people use Unearthed Arcana, homebrew, third party stuff, etc. Within reason at least; no crazy overpowered stuff.
GammaBear
 member, 826 posts
 Gaymer
Sun 13 May 2018
at 19:37
Tier 2 D&D 5e game.
In reply to What's His Face (msg # 8):

Of those options, 3, 4 and 5 sounds best. In order of preference.
elephant1123
 member, 2 posts
Mon 14 May 2018
at 14:52
Tier 2 D&D 5e game.
Hi, guys - I'm new here, and I'm looking to get into a game. Most of these options look interesting; I especially like the idea of starting in tier II, since the early levels sometimes feel a bit boring. I should warn that my activity will be low, but I should be able to play if the pace isn't super fast.
What's His Face
 member, 79 posts
Thu 17 May 2018
at 08:17
Tier 2 D&D 5e game
I'll get some thing going and post links. This week is crazy busy in RL so it may be Monday before I pick up speed.