Kudos


  • Narfell DM

    New Kudos Thread, due to trimming of forums.



  • Muchos kudos to DM Xanatos Gambit for a truly terrifying finale to the tale of Levi Wendell and Sea of Starry Nights. The abrupt transition from languid lounging to abject horror was fantastic and the sense of urgency only built from there. Well played, all!



  • Huge kudos to DM Lazarus for making the wedding of Nate and Isolde such a festive, beautiful and thoroughly entertaining occasion, and for kind and patient help in the various preparations. I really, really appreciate it! ❀ A big thank you to everyone who showed up to share the moment, and finally to DrD for spicing up the end with an unexpected gift!



  • Kudos to Wy for recent events, livening up a previously pretty dead time zone.



  • Kudos to DM Rust for luring Isolde out into dangerous new territory - and for being considerate of the brief amount of time several of us had to play with. I got a fair portion of excitement in before I had to bail! πŸ™‚



  • I'd like to offer kudos to the active DMs. A few returned, and some are doing regular things at varying hours. It helps keep the world alive. Very much appreciated.



  • Yes, hip hip hooray for the return of the Star Harpy! I dare say a good time was had by all. πŸ˜„



  • Kudos to DrD for the Spelljammer outing. That was fun and creative. A good group and lots of fun.



  • Agreed this was great loved the sharding action. >.>



  • Kudos to DM Bastage for a fun little romp into a dangerous evil lab. Thanks all the others for joining in on the fun, I have missed the rp and adventures and appreciate the US EST zone evening play.


  • Narfell DM

    Kudos to DMs Stuiped and Xanatos Gambit for this evening's fun!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMOd8WADZZM



  • Kudos to Xanatos Gambit and our intrepid team of PCs, boldly braving a moving mansion and all the challenges within! A great event and a fitting finale to an interesting plot! πŸ‘



  • Kudos to DM Xanatos Gambit for stirring the plot pot all week long, serving up heapings of scary, thrilling, intriguing, upsetting, amusing and heart-wrenching plottiness onto the PCs proverbial plates. Bravo!



  • I'm chiming in on the overall kudos - a great and adventurous weekend of playing, for sure, with a lot of quality role playing. I was caught in it all to the point of neglecting to eat dinner on Sunday, resulting in a distinct waning of Isolde's cheer and energy by the latter part of the evening. Minus that miscalculation on my own part, I had a blast!



  • Great kudos to DMs Void and Xanatos Gambit for a whirlwind week of stunning RP and epic adventures. I especially appreciated Shesarai's promotion ceremony, and the personal quest developed for her by DM Void that allowed me to recover a lost level that would otherwise have taken months to restore. I also want to thank all my Narfell friends for their RP, and for joining Shesarai on what were some very scary adventures. You risked all for her, and I really appreciate it.


    AubreyMaturin


  • Narfell DM

    Kudos to Void and our whole party for a thrilling adventure and great roleplay throughout thwarting the Long Night!



  • Kudos to Void for the tower heist event, letting us live out our dreams of being Harry and Marv.



  • Kudos to DMs Xanatos Gambit & Lazarus for keeping me amused, intrigued and ever curious for more! The Silver Host event was great fun and holds promise of new depth to the main plotline from a fresh new angle - and the vampire chronicles' new foam-at-the-mouth orcish henchmen were scary yet hilarious! Can't wait for more, on both fronts. πŸ˜„



  • Kudos to Flom and all involved for the Garibaldi "fan club" and the attempted kidnapping. I just about died laughing.



  • Big kudos to Flom for Francisco Dibel & Co - great and oddly lovable villains that I'm already sad to see go! That ending was heartwrenching on several levels! 😒

    On a more lighthearted note, kudos to Caoimh for the quirky Athkatlan business trio enacting the last will and testament of Mr James T Slurp ("I think it's pronounced SloorpΓ©).