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(TFT) TFT: Pow Wow

Silas writes . . .

>While I'm still smarting from readinme dang map upside down, I hads me
>an ideer. I am constantly over at Mplayer.com, being a general nuisance.
>Myhaps the members of this list would like to get together in one of
>their chat rooms for a weekly or bi-weekly pow-wow? Just a thought. I
>wouldnt want to take away from the very nice aspect of being able to
>easily save ideas that this forum has a its strength, but a voice chat
>every so oftened would be kinda cool.

   I would /love/ to run a TFT campaign online, but two things would be
required: More time-energy on my part, and a software tool that would allow
players to move around counters on a large (mega)hex map live and chatting
as well.
   A few years ago I ran an online modern-day Champions campaign on AOL for
a year and a half, and later took over a Golden Age Champions campaign from
another GM and ran for about a year.  Great fun!  Online role-playing works
really well, and there's a permanent copy of everything that happens in the
   I'm not so sure about a voice chat session, but a type chat /might/ be

   This spell originally came from Ty's TFT web site (at
http://www.reese.org/tft).  I didn't like the original version ("I failed my
IQ roll, so I'll try again!  And again!  And again!  And again!  Ah, that's
better.") so I rewrote it to my own liking.

HEAL (T): This spell heals physical wounds.  Cost: 5
   ST for every hit healed, but only 4 ST if wizard also
   has the Priest talent, or only 3 ST if wizard is also a
   Theologian ? but only if gods really do exist in the
   GM?s campaign (and the wizard worships a benevolent
   one), otherwise the cost is 5 ST for everyone.  You
   can assume gods /do/ exist if you?re playing solitaire.
   [Andrew Morris]

Dave Seagraves
Seagraves Computers   dseagraves@austin.rr.com   1 (512) 255-2760
"Oh Benson, you are so mercifully devoid of the ravages of intelligence."
"Oh thank you Master, thank you!"
"Don't mention it."

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