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14 February 2007 @ 05:54 pm
Testing sdflkasjkf
18 November 2006 @ 04:08 am
28 pantheon members later... It is complete.
28 October 2006 @ 11:40 pm
Okay, boys and girls!

Last night due to some suggestions a friend or two gave me, I was able to find this neat little program called "OpenRPG".

This program can be downloaded for no cost to the user, takes up around a little less then 20mb hard drive space to install and run on your computer. (About the 2times the amount of space that AIM triton takes)

This program is a program to play D&D online with friends. In this program you can make a private chat room, roll dice in the room (this program also allows for adding or subtracting of modifiers, which will be automatically calculated when you roll), assign status of player&/or DM, the person/persons alloted DM status can draw draw on a whiteboard that is part of the chat.

If you would like to check out the download, or the site that the download is located on, please continue on to this site: http://www.openrpg.com/index.php?page=install

That site will take you directly to the downloading steps and information. I know personally on step 2, I put Seattle as my closest location, I do not know if that will be an issue or not if you choose a different location.


The other possibility, we run the game in a big AIM chat room (Since I think everyone has that) and roll our dice all on the web site that I listed in my previous post. The only problems with this option are the facts that A) I'm not 100% sure that everyone has AIM, 2) The die rolling website is & will be used by other people, not just us. (It doesn't seem to get a lot of use from other groups, but our rolls would be mixed in with theirs all the same.)

What do you all think?