My vote
Wed Feb 14, 2018 19:22

is for the same format as Quidditch usually is. I kind of thought it was that way to start with

On the other hand, if there's a six person thread going on, then I don't have to worry about replying quite so often and can do other things.

  • SuggestionsKir, Wed Feb 14 08:03
    At the moment, it's meet and greet which is fairly normal. Once the game gets going, there's a few options and/or things to consider - Posting order: Normally multi person threads are posted in a set ... more
    • My vote — Connor , Wed Feb 14 19:22
      • My non-voteParker, Thu Feb 15 07:13
        I'm game for any of those. As Parker though, just know I'll be traveling for the next week, so it might delay the actual writing of the posts if we go in order.
        • EhGary, Thu Feb 15 19:27
          I hadn't really given to much thought to post order. All I had thought out was to do the overarching thread, then sub-threads for each chunk; introductions, opening scene, encounter 1 to however... more
          • Meh.Lily Spencer, Fri Feb 16 13:57
            I'd previously assumed we'd post Quidditch-style, but I agree with Gary. Experimenting with different posting rules might help us make a decision, though I don't know how to play D&D so I'm not sure... more
            • New Scene upGary Harper, Sun Feb 25 20:34
              There's a new scene up in the library if people want to get the actual game rolling. Shall we try proper posting order for this one?
              • ClarifyingKir, Fri Mar 2 21:06
                Works for me. Just to clarify... As weíre sticking to turn taking order, Iím guessing this likeÖ class and youíre the teacher? So you will intervene if necessary, otherwise itís going in order that... more
                • YupGary, Tue Mar 6 20:08
                  I figured it'd be standard post order, I'll go at my normal turn order again after everyone, unless someone clearly pulls Gary into it.
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