Stick Plans For The Future

“When I was looking at job boards,” Stick told me last night, “I found a perfect job for Evil Incarnate.” Evil Incarnate is an ex-boyfriend, the one who bears striking resemblance to my love-hate struggles with Mandarin. I suppose the name says it all.

“Send it along,” I said, “He’s not that all happy where he’s working now.”

“No, the job’s down in NC.” Stick said. (EI lives in Mass.) “Although if he moves down here, we’d have another player for a D&D run!”

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0 Responses to Stick Plans For The Future

  1. Gabrielle says:

    If you ever come to Columbia, South Carolina on a Saturday around 2 pm, we’d love to have a guest join our circle. We only need like one more girl and we will have majority rule. Hehe!

  2. Meg says:

    You’re a D&D girl too? AWESOME! I’ve only rarely played with other girls (that sounded filthy!). We just bought 4th ed, did you? What did you think? Jury’s still out for me, I’m not interested in dragonborn + those new elfie things, but it looks like combat might be simpler + faster.

  3. Gabrielle says:

    I’m still stuck in the dark ages playing 2nd ed. We don’t play strict 2nd ed, though. We’ve tweaked the rules here and there to make the game play more well, playable. I tried playing 3.5 ed, but I just didn’t like it very much. It may have had something to do with my DM. I’ve been playing DnD since 2000. In the beginning, I was the token female, but over the years, more girls have joined our circle. Some stay longer than others. Right now we have three girls and three guys – including our DM. One day we had 4 girls – it was crazy.

    Our world is all custom made, too, and huge. We’ve got this great big binder called the Universe on it. It’s got all of the cities, maps, and important figures, as well as some history, religion, and basic rules. I typed it up once. It took months.

    Alright, I’ve gone into dork mode. Better make myself shut up. 🙂

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