23/06/2019 at 12:14 #116828warwellParticipant
Once again, nicely done!
Looks like a typo in the last panel. Think it should be “the dog . . . “
23/06/2019 at 12:28 #116831greg954Participant
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Hells teeth! Erland really knows how to get into trouble.
He’s going to have it in for that sorcerer when he catches up with her. She’ll need more then just a few skeletons up her sleeve when he does.
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Book Keeping time.
Erlands 3 stats are 11 combined.
This means that for every 11 points of foes vitality he defeats he gets 1 XP.
(So killing 6 bandits that are P2,W1,V2, would result in 12 points, 6 times their V2)
This can be converted to 1 XP with 1 point left over.
Looking at the past Chronicles I see he has defeated 57 points of enemy Vitality, so this is 5 XP (1 XP per 11 points) and 2 points left over.
Erland has been in 4 Chronicles now and we also get 1 Legend Point for every 2 Chronicles, so he as 2 Legend Points.
I swap the 4XP to buy an ability, I choose Fearless (he has learnt the dead can indeed be killed) so this makes sense.
Legend Points are quite handy and I feel they may come in handy quite soon…23/06/2019 at 15:58 #116851Gone FishingParticipant
You really do an awfully good job on these. It’s great fun seeing your excellent paint and modelling work “in action”, and the episodes always read well, having loads of the atmosphere one wants in the genre. Two quick questions: do you play these games solo? What make are the skellies?
Thank you!23/06/2019 at 16:01 #11685224/06/2019 at 13:58 #116888
Looks like the first nemesis is the sorceress.
These had been a fun read.
Tired is enough.24/06/2019 at 17:55 #116898
Really enjoyed the latest chapter, especially the use of “thewed”! A very classic read. But now our hero has 3 different things going on, and I can’t wait to see what he does next!
"I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."05/01/2020 at 00:09 #128946
Wow, 6 months since my last game report.
I am wondering if I should just post up normal game reports without the comic book styling?
I could probably do 5 times as many if they were less fancy.
But would they be as cool to look at/read?05/01/2020 at 02:23 #128947Thorsten FrankParticipant
Pfffffhhhh. I really like the comic style format. And, tbh, I think doing it that way myself and search for techniques doing it – if and when I get my bandwith problems under control.
I really started wondering why you didn´t post updates anymore. But I understand that´s a lot of work every single time. And considering all the things happening over the last months…. And, what I´ve always wondered about, how the die rolls were in some situations.
OTH, those comic style AAR´s are a really great way to promote the rules and the minis on your website. It´s something different and a real unique selling point on your site. You should consider this.
"In strange grammar this one writes" - Master Yoda05/01/2020 at 03:57 #128948Wouter WolputParticipant
I also like these comic book style reports, they’re different from the usual battle reports out there and also suit the world really well. However, it might be a nice idea to do one in novel style (like Conan) but that me even more work05/01/2020 at 07:12 #128949shelldrakeParticipant
Very cool, and a great example of the magic system in the rules too06/01/2020 at 16:52 #129056
Personally, I like to read game reports. The comic style is certainly eye catching and cool, but I don’t think you need to do that every time you want to share, especially if it is time intensive. You can always go back later and stage shots,etc, and recreate it in the comic format for marketing and bling bling.
SO please do post up your games, comic style or not!
"I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."09/02/2020 at 16:10 #13132809/02/2020 at 16:46 #131329
Nice! I was wondering where the dog came from.
Tired is enough.09/02/2020 at 17:44 #131331
Nice! I was wondering where the dog came from.
Not sure if you were or are, but if you are, it was from here:
Can’t recall which flavour though.09/02/2020 at 18:06 #131333
I meant in your game I didn’t see the dog with the slavers or Erland, then Yel Ata appears.
Tired is enough.09/02/2020 at 18:09 #13133409/02/2020 at 19:48 #131339Wouter WolputParticipant
A good story, a lot of room for exaggeration when they boast about it at an inn too.09/02/2020 at 19:51 #13134009/02/2020 at 21:15 #131342kyoteblueParticipant
I have that dog and it killed two Orcs in the game I ran for my new Grandkids last night.10/02/2020 at 15:22 #131369
Great game, and the legend of Erland will for sure grow even larger with the freed slaves telling!
I really like the muted colors you’ve used on all of your tents so far, really look great.
"I saw this in a cartoon once, but I'm pretty sure I can do it..."10/02/2020 at 15:54 #131372Gone FishingParticipant
You do such a good job on these. Hugely inspiring!11/02/2020 at 13:35 #131450greg954Participant
Nice! I do like these little fabled chronicles of Erland.12/02/2020 at 14:01 #131495
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