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Post by Veenkar on Mon May 03, 2010 2:32 am

Hi folks! Very Happy

Well to start with, sorry for not writing for such a long time Very Happy
I just had some learning for my high-school ending exams, etc, etc... (which are beginning tomorrow Very Happy)
I also stopped playing nwn (even that can get boring eventualy). The only reason i could play it again is an NwN RPG session (you know some story game with GM...., if you know about something like that you necessary have to let me know Very Happy)

So, what i'm trying to say is: my longest holidays are comming Very Happy:D yeah!
And I'm starting to become more and more interested in fantasy (mostly medieval- or dark-style but not only).
So, as I know you here are kind of acqiuntant with this branch (to not say you're masters Epic holiday Icon_cool ) would you mind reccommending (reccomending, recommending, reccccccommmmmending?!?!?) me some summer activities? Razz

My current plans include:
-reading some books (some polish stuff, finishing Ravenloft series, starting something from "Forgotten Realms" (I have actually bought something called "Spider Queen's War" and think about the Drizzt series, heard it is good); also that "Interview wit the wampire" caught my atteention recently so maybe ill try it. SOme friends told me 'Conan the barbarian' is a god sword and sorcery story (i like this type). What would YOU recommend to me? (I'd rather prefer one character or a party of characters low/high fantasy epic adventures than the descryption of wars between countries.

-playing comuter games of course!!!!! But what? Nowadays almost all of mmos are wow-clones Sad , which i dont appreciate. If I try somme mmo it will be WOW itself or sth which isnt it's colne or widely popular Metin2. Or some fantasy online but not mmo, or not online medieval fantasy game. The games i enjoyed the most for now are: Final Fantasy V, Golden Sun 1 & 2, NwN 1 of course and some other...
Do you know any NwN style online games? What are your favourites?

- being a GM and a player in D&D 3,0 camaign (do you know any interesting story scripts?)

- listening to the new album of Rhapsody (Tears of Angels) ^^

Thanks a lot for help!!!!!!!


PS. What about my english? YOu know... spelling, grammar, coherence, cohesion, corruption, commandos, condemning...... xDxDxD
Do I make a lot of mistakes? I'm going to take my english exam soon...

Thx one more time

bye Very Happy
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Post by Svair on Mon May 03, 2010 4:08 am

Veenkar! Good to hear from you! Sorry for the short reply, was just checking in on the forums before heading to bed (She Who Cannot Be Denied insists I turn in right this minute).
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Post by daveyeisley on Mon May 03, 2010 10:33 am

Heya Veenkar, good to hear from ya!

Yer English is pretty decent Smile

Though, from what I remember it kinda seems like it was better before you left... (not to say its bad, it isnt, but i remember spelling and word usage was smoother), but I could just be getting old and losing my mind and memory Razz

Im glad you're on holiday, and I have to say the books you have in mind are all excellent. The Conan stuff from Robert Jordan are some of my cherished childhood memories, I also got a big kick our of the Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis before that. And the Drizzt books, are just a staple of fantasy in my opinion. Ed Greenwood's Elminster books were also good fun.

Hope that helps!
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