Dragon Age on Tabletop

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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Elfie » Mon Feb 04, 2013 10:22 am

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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Zaki » Thu Feb 14, 2013 11:22 am

Nice conclusion to Dragon Age RPG. Can any of you find the adventure?
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Nikchick » Thu Feb 14, 2013 12:36 pm

The TableTop folks forgot to ask Chris for his adventure in advance and he's been in New York for Toy Fair promoting the game all week, so it won't be available until he gets back. Sorry about that! We'll let you know when it's available.
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby shonuff » Thu Feb 14, 2013 1:54 pm

I'm an American. So I want it now!
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Arimmus » Thu Feb 14, 2013 2:31 pm

Isn't that always Our luck?
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby kronovan » Thu Feb 14, 2013 7:21 pm

Anarchoss81 wrote:I mean Starlite Citadel and Board Game Geek don't show much of anything about this game and I was just wondering how long / hard till I can get my hands on a copy?


It looks like you've already got the info you were looking for, but for future sourcing - you won't find anything RPG on boardgamegeek.com. It's strictly a boardgame site - try its sister site rpggeek.com instead and I you'll find some DAGE info there. If by Starlite Citadel you mean Starlit Citadel, I've discussed carrying DAGE with the staff there, but they dislike the multiple boxsets requirement for a customer to have a complete RPG. They're interested in carrying it once there's consolidated Player and Gamemaster guides available, but who knows when that will be.
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby shonuff » Thu Feb 14, 2013 7:49 pm

kronovan wrote:try its sister site rpggeek.com instead and I you'll find some DAGE info there.


Very very very little. I find rpggeek to be less trafficked than boardgamegeek. I think the more dedication necessary for an RPG tends to keep the players at more dedicated forums. BGG is more like going to a mall from the early '80s -- there's music, an arcade, restaurants, a grocery store, and a gun shop. Anything and everything.
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby kronovan » Thu Feb 14, 2013 11:00 pm

shonuff wrote:
kronovan wrote:try its sister site rpggeek.com instead and I you'll find some DAGE info there.


Very very very little. I find rpggeek to be less trafficked than boardgamegeek. I think the more dedication necessary for an RPG tends to keep the players at more dedicated forums. BGG is more like going to a mall from the early '80s -- there's music, an arcade, restaurants, a grocery store, and a gun shop. Anything and everything.


Oh I agree about rpggeek.com not being a very good site for RPG info. The point I was making is that while at the boardgamegeek.com website, you won't find info on RPG's unless you click the [RPG] tab which takes you to the rpggeek.com sister website. Boardgamegeek is a boardgame website, that despite having a great wealth of game info, doesn't track P'n'P RPGs.
Personally, I use RPG.NET when I want a website covering a broad range of RPG info.
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby shonuff » Fri Feb 15, 2013 4:56 am

Yeah, it's not very intuitive that way. I remember making the same mistake there when I first started using the site. lol
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Vosoros » Sat Feb 16, 2013 1:16 am

It's utter "doody" that tabletop's reached the end of season 1. Still, it couldn't have found a better way to close season 1. I hope we'll see more...and that Wil's dwarf has finally learnt how to swing a mace, not trip over his own feet, and learnt how to open a door. Damn dice rolls!

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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby shonuff » Sat Feb 16, 2013 5:27 am

I think it'd be fun if every season they played closed with a session of DA -- kind of like Wheaton's PAX campaign. I hope they get picked up for a season 2; I saw an interview from early in the season talking about all the numbers they hit. Felicia Day posted on the G&S forum that they're planning on a Tabletop DVD - hopefully it'll have extra footage. I know I was hoping for a set-up video, like was done with Fiasco.
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Zaki » Sat Feb 23, 2013 10:50 am

Anyone know when we will be able to download the adventure Chris Pramas ran on tabletop?
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby shonuff » Sat Feb 23, 2013 7:42 pm

Zaki wrote:Anyone know when we will be able to download the adventure Chris Pramas ran on tabletop?


I was just about to post that! Curses for stealing my thunder!
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Zaki » Sat Feb 23, 2013 8:03 pm

shonuff wrote:
Zaki wrote:Anyone know when we will be able to download the adventure Chris Pramas ran on tabletop?


I was just about to post that! Curses for stealing my thunder!


You wanna fight me!?
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby shonuff » Sat Feb 23, 2013 8:17 pm

Zaki wrote:
shonuff wrote:
Zaki wrote:Anyone know when we will be able to download the adventure Chris Pramas ran on tabletop?


I was just about to post that! Curses for stealing my thunder!


You wanna fight me!?


Sure! My Canadian Internet girlfriend can beat up your Canadian Internet girlfriend. And I'm sure I can bench press more than you, too! Let's go ride bikes!
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Zaki » Sat Feb 23, 2013 8:59 pm

shonuff wrote:
Sure! My Canadian Internet girlfriend can beat up your Canadian Internet girlfriend. And I'm sure I can bench press more than you, too! Let's go ride bikes!


Bench press? What the he** are you talking about?

Whats your attack roll?
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby shonuff » Sun Feb 24, 2013 1:24 am

Uhhhh... I left my character sheet in my other Ferrari. But I got mad strength, a lot of focuses, and stuff like that! What's yours?
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Zaki » Sun Feb 24, 2013 2:16 am

shonuff wrote:Uhhhh... I left my character sheet in my other Ferrari. But I got mad strength, a lot of focuses, and stuff like that! What's yours?


Well Im the gm. So I have a +14 and I do 5d6+20 damage. My AR is 50.
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby shonuff » Sun Feb 24, 2013 3:59 am

lol
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Andferne » Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:30 pm

Tell him you have a +9 GM slaying knife that does penetrating damage.
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby shonuff » Sun Feb 24, 2013 12:50 pm

Is it immune to ret-conning and GM-meddling? They have a tendency to do that when they get outsmarted...
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby Andferne » Sun Feb 24, 2013 4:32 pm

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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby shonuff » Wed Feb 27, 2013 2:21 pm

Has the adventure been released yet? Or am I just missing where it could be...
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

Postby skywalker » Wed Feb 27, 2013 7:06 pm

Nothing yet.
[b]Playing:[/b] Lure of the Expanse (Rogue Trader)
[b]Running:[/b] Unbridled Blade (Atlantis: The Second Age)
[b]Planning:[/b] None
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Re: Dragon Age on Tabletop

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