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Old 03-29-2011, 07:55 PM
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Default Looking for PB* info for Newbs.

all right, I've only played FtF with about every game of any type I've played, and I am seriously in need of a game to *play* rather than the off and on game I am trying to run FtF. But, I know nothing of how folks do the various forms of playing by email/post. Would anyone care to fill in this hapless soul?
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Old 03-29-2011, 08:06 PM
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I'd say first stop should be rpol.net
Thousands of online games to choose from and about half a dozen or so are even T2k.
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It really doesn't matter what site you use; I'm running three PBEMs right now on yahoo groups. Sure its slow posting, but we have the time to think out our replies. The real key is for the GM to have a set day of the week to have replies in. I usually use Sunday afternoons to post new turns and reply to player posts.
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I'm borrowing this from an old AD&D site. Candlekeep.com

It's a pretty well written article though; thought it might help.

http://www.candlekeep.com/downloads/pbem_guide.zip
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