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Literary Inspirations » Robert E. Howard » 5/11/2017 9:48 am

Welleran
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I'm onto Volume 8 of the Wildside Press' Weird Works of Robert E. Howard series.  This has been a good way to reread some favorites and catch ones I missed over the years.

General Discussion (Off-Topic) » What are you reading? » 4/27/2017 6:12 am

Welleran
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I'm working my way through Howard's complete weird stories.  I'm on volume 7 (of 10) at this point.  When that's done, I may shift over to Donald Wandrei, before going back and rereading my complete Clark Ashton Smith series.  (Unrelated, on the side, I always have a World War One book going as part of the 100th anniversary - currently one on Lawrence of Arabia).

Campaign » Foolsgrave Play Journal (spoilers) » 4/07/2017 8:30 am

Welleran
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I've used Twiddla for years (in conjunction with Skype).  It's hardly perfect, but it does have a good grid and is extremely easy to use.  And it's free.

General Discussion » Introduction Thread » 4/05/2017 8:15 am

Welleran
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Ar'Pharazon wrote:

I suppose I should introduce myself as well! 
I'm Michael. We came across AS&SH at Gary Con V and I've been playing in ChrisJ's on and off again campaign since we discovered it. I straight up love the system. Well, mancrushing on it is more like it but I suppose I should really keep that to myself.. http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/blooper.png

Anyways, some on this board should recognize me from playing with me at Gary Con over the years. http://cdn.boardhost.com/emoticons/happy.png

Greetings, Golden One!

General Discussion » Introduction Thread » 4/03/2017 1:50 pm

Welleran
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Sorry, late to the party! 
My name is Keith and, while primarily interested in AD&D, I thoroughly enjoy AS&SH and have played it numerous times.  I'm considering writing an adventure for the system for use in con games, likely Garycon and North Texas next year. 

Literary Inspirations » William Hope Hodgson » 4/03/2017 1:11 pm

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One of my favorite writers.  I still think The Night Land is one of the most powerfully creative pieces of literature of all time (flaws notwithstanding).

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