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Raellus 11-22-2021 06:52 PM

T2k Campaign WANT ADS
 
If you build it, they will come. There are lots of online T2k games going on out there on the interwebs (PbP, PBEM, live chat games, etc.), but they're not always easy to find. Hopefully, we can help.

Are you a player seeking a Ref? If so, this is a place to let them know. If they're looking for players and have an opening, they can PM you an invitation to join.

Are you a Ref seeking players? If so, advertise your campaign here and get ready for the RTJ's to come rolling in.

Heck, maybe you're looking to Ref or play in an in-person game of T2k. It's a small word- you just might find someone here that happens to reside in your neck of the woods IRL to game with FtF.

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sitrep 11-22-2021 10:44 PM

First, I’m looking for a game taking players. If I get no nibbles, guess I might be willing to referee one.

sitrep 11-22-2021 10:45 PM

Can a PbP game be played on this forum?

Raellus 11-24-2021 11:47 AM

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Originally Posted by sitrep (Post 89341)
Can a PbP game be played on this forum?

It's possible, but the forum really isn't optimized for that sort of thing. I used to Ref campaigns on RPOL (rpol.net). It's free to join. I highly recommend it for PbP. If you do a search on the site, there are couple of active T2k games. If you PM the campaign Refs, they might have an opening.

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ChalkLine 11-25-2021 09:23 AM

Another possibility is simply run your game on Discord but first source players elsewhere. Discord has several dicebots (Diceparser is a good one) and you can create multiple channels to keep things sorted.

RPOL however has a more mature characters handling system and it's easier to hide threads from various players if you want to break up the group which can be quite fun (some of my group almost used a grenade launcher on the rest of the team once!). It can be done in Discord but it's fiddly.
Finally RPOL allows for more text options, something I as a GM consider important.

If you've never run a text game before I have a list of standard rules, expected behaviour and text conventions I can give you.

sitrep 11-25-2021 06:02 PM

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Originally Posted by ChalkLine (Post 89362)
Another possibility is simply run your game on Discord but first source players elsewhere. Discord has several dicebots (Diceparser is a good one) and you can create multiple channels to keep things sorted.

RPOL however has a more mature characters handling system and it's easier to hide threads from various players if you want to break up the group which can be quite fun (some of my group almost used a grenade launcher on the rest of the team once!). It can be done in Discord but it's fiddly.
Finally RPOL allows for more text options, something I as a GM consider important.

If you've never run a text game before I have a list of standard rules, expected behaviour and text conventions I can give you.

Thank you, I would like to see your list.

Mahatatain 01-14-2022 11:30 AM

Looking for an additional player for my campaign
 
Hi there. I am recruiting an additional player for my Twilight 2000 campaign “The Long Way Home” using the Free League 4th edition rules and Roll20 as a VTT. It is a story driven, military based campaign where the PCs are members of 4/12 Cavalry, currently stuck behind enemy lines in Poland, trying to return to friendly lines.

We play on alternate Thursday evenings from 19:30 to 21:30 GMT and our next session is scheduled for Thursday 27th Jan. We also stream the game live on YouTube so players need to be comfortable with streaming. You can see our latest session (our second) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZI0QKYsG1w

If you are interested in finding out more then please send me a PM and we can discuss further.

Thanks for reading.


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