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Old 08-24-2019, 07:49 PM
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Hey all,
I just established a Discord channel for Twilight 2000. It is a pretty good IM program that's designed for gaming including P and P rpgs!

Invite is here: https://discord.gg/WEPBkf
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Old 08-24-2019, 10:05 PM
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Seems to be a big move towards Discord recently, or perhaps that's just my impression.... :/
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Seems to be a big move towards Discord recently, or perhaps that's just my impression.... :/
I still prefer forums for a lot of things. Discord doesn't hold files like Facebook does and is hard to review topics like Forums are.

However the chat facet is very low impact and can be used while runnibg a lot of other things. This makes it good for running the role playing part of games while using a virtual tabletop program like Roll20 or fantasy grounds
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I still prefer forums for a lot of things. Discord doesn't hold files like Facebook does and is hard to review topics like Forums are.

However the chat facet is very low impact and can be used while runnibg a lot of other things. This makes it good for running the role playing part of games while using a virtual tabletop program like Roll20 or fantasy grounds
I used Discord, Google Maps and Google Drive to host and run a game for a few months. With an imported DiceBot to Discord it went pretty damn smooth.
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Discord is my new go-to medium since Google+ shut down and I don't use Facebook. It can store files by pinning them or by creating a specific area for them.
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What is the name of this channel as I can't find it and the invite is old.
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And I have played in a one-shot on it and it worked great. It was PbP and you just had to have clearly defined channels for topics/actions.
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What is the name of this channel as I can't find it and the invite is old.
This link shouldn't expire.
https://discord.gg/JDZYvjT
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