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Parker Fitzgerald, Dwarven Cleric
This is... overwhelming
Sun Feb 11, 2018 13:47
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Parker had talked to Gary and mentioned that he had found the paper and was interested in being a cleric, which apparently meant a priest of sorts. Parker had remembered watching Lord of the Rings, so he remembered what Dwarves looked like at least.

When Gary asked what gender he wanted to be, Parker had paused. Parker had assumed it would just be his own gender. He quickly chose male, just cause he was uncertain what would happen if he chose female. Would he have to dress up like his character? Parker didn't really want to put on any dresses, or wear wigs.

He was also confused about what DnD consisted of. He'd heard people talk about it, but they were not overly nice in their descriptions usually and many of them equated it to acting out a video game. So Parker decided to arrive early to the first event to ask a few questions.

Entering the library seemed different this year, last year it seemed so big and intimidating, this year it didn't seem confusing or big. In fact, it seemed to have shrunk ever so slightly Parker thought upon entering. He saw Gary in the corner sitting behind a low screen.

Parker liked Gary. Gary was a bird-fish too and Parker felt comforted by the fact that he wasn't the only student who didn't know magic coming in. Gary though seemed a lot better at getting the hang of this magic. Also Gary seemed to really get Transfiguration, so Parker had taken to sitting near him in the hopes it would rub off. It hadn't. Yet.

Parker walked up to the table looking at all of the stuff.

"So what exactly is it that we're going to be doing? Is this more like Ticket to Ride but acting out what we do or more like a video game I might have played?" Parker asked as he slid his bag from his shoulder and squatted down looking at the little figures. He found one that was short, squat with a beard and giant hammer of some sort.

Picking it up Parker asked, "Is this me?"

OOC: I realize that you probably have created most of the characters in depth, but seeing as the character is a Dwarven Cleric I assumed he was probably a follower of Moradin thus the war hammer.

  • Setup and IntroductionsGary Harper, Dungeon Master, Sun Feb 11 13:03
    Gary entered the library with his arms full, and backpack bulging on his back. He smiled and nodded to the Librarian and then found his way over to the group project table in the corner that they had ... more
    • This is... overwhelming — Parker Fitzgerald, Dwarven Cleric, Sun Feb 11 13:47
      • It's not to bad... eventually...Gary Harper, Dungeon Master, Sun Feb 11 14:51
        Gary looked up from his notes as Parker came up to the table, he gave his classmate a grin. He was the one student in the group that was in his class, all of the others were older and therefore much... more
        • Arrival of Amber the ValorousZevalyn Ives, Sun Feb 11 15:25
          Zevalyn arrived in the library a bit early, intending to grab some books for her DADA supplemental reading to close that last little bit of gap between where she was and where she was supposed to be... more
          • Hope Eventually arrives soonParker, Mon Feb 12 14:08
            When the older girl walked up to the table Parker swallowed a bit. He'd hoped it hadn't been loud. He knew from talking with Gary that Gary had collected quite the array of students to play, for some ... more
            • Gary had watched as Zevalyn approached. Out of all of the people who had grabbed the invitation sheets, she was by far the most intimidating. He was about to respond with some level of uncertainty to ... more
              • Smiting helps thoughZevalyn/Amber the Valorous, Tue Feb 13 07:06
                "Hullo, Dwarf," Zevalyn told the newbie player when he finished introducing himself, as much as he could without having picked a name. "I'll appreciate the heals. Figure I'll be the front line and be ... more
                • I... play music?Kir, Wed Feb 14 08:27
                  Kir had been a bit uncertain after taking the invitation for D&D. He wasn’t really sure what he was getting himself in for, and he was kind of self-conscious that the game was being run by a second... more
                  • Is it supposed to do that? Lily Spencer, Wed Feb 14 19:16
                    Lily was running late because she’d almost forgotten about the adventure game she’d decided to join. It sounded like a fun thing to be a part of, albeit much more organised than what she was used to. ... more
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