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hello everyone
#1
okay so hi name's tony I like righting reading directing and dungeons and dragons and am almost certainly the youngest person here and am looking for more friends and would love to talk to anyone who wants to talk to my about anything. oh and I live in Minnesota. 
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#2
Welcome aboard orange. This site can be a beautiful place if you let it.

So, writing AND directing? you wouldn't happen to be a film student by any chance would you?

I like dnd too. Playing it that is. I tried DM-ing once, that did not end well. A lot more work went into it that i expected, i mean you are essentially required to design an entire experience for the players. I studied game design and so know how involved, yet fun, that process may be. Big Grin
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#3
Welcome to the site Tony. Smile
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(06-03-2019, 12:33 PM)Phantimos Wrote: Welcome aboard orange. This site can be a beautiful place if you let it.

So, writing AND directing? you wouldn't happen to be a film student by any chance would you?

I like dnd too. Playing it that is. I tried DM-ing once, that did not end well. A lot more work went into it that i expected, i mean you are essentially required to design an entire experience for the players. I studied game design and so know how involved, yet fun, that process may be. Big Grin

oh I always thought the best part of it was DMing but yeah it's a lot of work. In my opinion it usually pays off anyway um no I am not a film student I direct more unprofessionally.

(06-03-2019, 12:33 PM)Phantimos Wrote: Welcome aboard orange. This site can be a beautiful place if you let it.

So, writing AND directing? you wouldn't happen to be a film student by any chance would you?

I like dnd too. Playing it that is. I tried DM-ing once, that did not end well. A lot more work went into it that i expected, i mean you are essentially required to design an entire experience for the players. I studied game design and so know how involved, yet fun, that process may be. Big Grin

oh I always thought the best part of it was DMing but yeah it's a lot of work. In my opinion it usually pays off anyway um no I am not a film student I direct more unprofessionally.

(06-03-2019, 12:33 PM)Phantimos Wrote: Welcome aboard orange. This site can be a beautiful place if you let it.

So, writing AND directing? you wouldn't happen to be a film student by any chance would you?

I like dnd too. Playing it that is. I tried DM-ing once, that did not end well. A lot more work went into it that i expected, i mean you are essentially required to design an entire experience for the players. I studied game design and so know how involved, yet fun, that process may be. Big Grin

oh I always thought the best part of it was DMing but yeah it's a lot of work. In my opinion it usually pays off anyway um no I am not a film student I direct more unprofessionally.
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#5
Howdy! I’m Toast and I’m working in MN this summer!
We could be heroes, me and you...
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#6
I don't know if you should join this forum for giving advices to people. Anyway, welcome
All your anger and your hurt
Doesn't matter in the end
Those days go by
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(06-04-2019, 01:20 AM)Unix Wrote: I don't know if you should join this forum for giving advices to people. Anyway, welcome

Did he say anything in his post to that effect?. or am i missing something?
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#8
I've always felt like D&D was something I was supposed to get into but never got exposed to in person.
This above all: to thine ownself be true.
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man.

Sometimes the things that may or may not be true are the things a person needs to believe in the most. That people are basically good; honor, courage, and virtue mean everything; money and power mean nothing; that good always triumphs over evil. You remember that. Doesn't matter if it's true or not. A man should believe in those things, because those are the things worth believing in.





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#9
welcome!
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