I heard from a friend that he'd like to play but has no people near him to play with. And since I am currently working on a conversion (actually more of a re-write as the basis sucked) of the "Savage species" supplement from D&D to make the humanoid animals playable in Pathfinder.
And then I got the idea to play using my livestream account. The players all hook together with headsets and watch my channel. There I can draw maps of the dungeon and whatever is necessary for the RP.
I am not that experienced as a GM, but I should be able to make at least a starting adventure for the first levels to show you the rules and explain how everything works.
This way people that are new to the system or RP in general can get to know the system and when they got a grasp of the rules they can start their own group with friends (it is hard to start when nobody knows the rules well).
I dunno how this will all work out. Players would have to be honest with their rolls (unless everybody streams their table with a webcam) and there are many other tidbits that could be a problem when not being face to face. Also the big time differences might make it hard to find a good playtime.
But everybody that would like to get to know Pathfinder (as well as D&D 3.5 in the process) you are welcome. Also more experienced players are welcome of course. I am sure it will be an interesting experience. If there is more of this depends how the players accept it and how well it works.
So... if you are willing to try this, please reply to the journal so I can estimate how much interest there would be for it and I'll see if it is worth the effort. You can also ask questions of course ^^
7 years, 9 months ago
11 Sep 2011 14:12 CEST