Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Shelbyville - Indianapolis
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Drove 191 miles in 3.5 hours.
After the shena****ns of the previous night none of us had the right to feel as good as we did on Saturday morning. We awoke brightly to another day heading for the 100's and kept inside eating leftover pizza and drinking coffee with Charlie as he gave us the grand tour.
Randi came home from work at lunchtime with a ...
About this point in the tour, most of us are worn out, tired, and short tempered. We have been going strong for over thirty shows and are preparing to complete the tour stretch. Today started just like any other, except that it was raining again. the Amphitheater had a descent size stage, but seemed to have some roof issues as the ceiling was dripping on us in various locations.
We had a relatively smooth load in with minimal abrasion from the other departments. The ...
... Trade (115-130), Quick Play Guide (131-133), Suggested Resources (134-142), Index (143), Character Sheets (144-146)
Welcome to the Secret War. Pretty straightforward stuff, a timeline of WW2 from its roots in 1918 through to April 1945. Very limited detail - just an outline, but most players will know more, so it really is just a fluff piece. But well enough done.
... dealing with a galaxy spanning threat to civilisation), Hunters of the Holy (using ancient holy/unholy artifacts in preparation for the End Times).
The Basics of Dramatic Roleplaying. Covers a variety of expanded explanations and more detailed rules to cover this particular style of gaming plus some campaign outlines - Street Justice (Courtroom/Police/Private Detective drama), It Swings (1950's), St Jerome's Hospital ...
... As noted elsewhere above, the above comments are not based on a detailed read through of either book. I have just flicked through the pages and gained an overall impression. IF I get the chance to read them in (greater) detail before I either return to Oz or post them back to Oz in advance of said return, I will update this review and, if you were emailed a link to it and get another link to it, it probably means that I have updated it.