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Anyone interested in Roll20, Saturdays 9pm cst?

Anyone interested in Roll20, Saturdays 9pm cst?

Postby umbraldragon » Wed Jul 15, 2015 12:53 am

I am interested in starting at least a one off adventure on Roll20. I would like to do saturdays, 9 ish cst. I am open to suggestions and would like to hear from anyone interested. Also, I am in Houston, TX so CST is my timzone. I would also like to use the Shores of Koranthia or Taskan Empire supplement since I would like to use Thennla as the setting. Anyone can GM or we can work out a rotating schedule.
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Re: Anyone interested in Roll20, Saturdays 9pm cst?

Postby Belgath » Wed Jul 15, 2015 10:20 am

9pm CST is a bit late for me but I would be happy to join you a couple times. I love Koranthia I have some maps that included the book of quest city's if you would like.
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Re: Anyone interested in Roll20, Saturdays 9pm cst?

Postby umbraldragon » Thu Jul 16, 2015 10:16 am

I could change the time to maybe 8 possibly. The city maps sound cool. I have the Korantia expansion as well as Task an empire. I wanted to play a barbarian or sorcerer type character.
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