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1 Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Wed Oct 16, 2013 7:44 pm

Ellow everi'one,

I have been thinking about trying a new game and new system of play. This is also a new style, its rollplaying based, very strong RP (not a lot of combat...maybe even zero).

Read up on the game style and its simple rules before agreeing.

also, in all honesty since im learning the game as we play 3 players would be great. This does not mean I only want 3, but I will still play if only 3 are interested.


The first couple of sessions would be us all learning the rules, building a mood and fleshing out our characters.

Since BESM is still strong and flowing, my guess this will not happen until session 40xx+51.

please post your interest and questions. i will answer to the best of my abilities.

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2 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Thu Oct 17, 2013 4:15 pm

first i would like to say that, i have heard of this game and i heard its a great opportunity to increase your level of RP capability. i need this, so if you would have me i would appreciate it. People i think would be awsome for it Random (yes i know he is a dick but when he is not being chaotic or just saving himself he really brings some unique things to the table) Alan, (when he is not patting out) Lem (for reasons we all know) and the rest of our crew but those 3 should definately be in that campaign.

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3 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Thu Oct 17, 2013 5:09 pm

I was thinking of not inviting Lem; he is our DM. its like inviting the boss to an co-workers party. The jive would be all off.

So, if we have magi, random, Alan and alans Girl (is invited as well) this would be good enough fo'me.

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4 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Thu Oct 17, 2013 6:32 pm

Me and her will look into it. And for the record, I do enjoy pc'ing with the great Lem. It's been a long while.

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5 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Fri Oct 18, 2013 11:04 am

What I like about storytelling is the level of... storytelling. The system wants characters to have actual backgrounds before the game starts, and sessions are more like episodes of a soap opera. Each encounter is a scene in the show and players use their backgrounds and their skills/abilities to progress the story. Experience is given to those who help the telling of the tale not to those that pull a creature kill. i liked reading about the system but knew it would require a level early prep that I didn't have the time for.

I would love to play, just can't anytime soon.


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Every great story seems to begin with a snake.

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6 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Fri Oct 18, 2013 3:12 pm

Soo, all we have is magi? This will be backburnerederedddded for a wilesssss.

There are plenty of Wiki sites pertaining to the Story, there is a lot to read. here is a link to one Wiki, this also describes the game logics.

VtM-Wiki

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7 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Fri Oct 18, 2013 3:19 pm

ty, since i have nothing else to do, cause its really slow today i will read up on it i hope i will become a better

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8 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Fri Oct 18, 2013 3:21 pm

Also, Im willing to do this in conjunction with BESM. This is like exactly playing one more day of the week.

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9 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Fri Oct 18, 2013 3:23 pm

the question is when? i am down cause i want to improve on my RP.

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10 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Fri Oct 18, 2013 3:34 pm

if only you play its a bit too small of a group...or non group. at least 2 more people would be doable.


a week day is fine with me. Figure when and if we do this people can state their desired day.

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11 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Fri Oct 18, 2013 3:53 pm

well I know I cant do any more days then im doing already (one day). so im out. but I do think that you can run this game and have lem step to the side and not really mess up what lem is planning he can continue with what is he doing really easly. But I think that chad really would have to READ the book and know all the rules in it so that he can run a proper BESM game. idk its hard to think about I guess at the end of the day its up to lem and weather he believes chad can run a game properly if he doesn't think he can he wont tell you because hes a pussy and wont say what he really thinks. but again idk its up to lem at the end.

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12 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Fri Oct 18, 2013 6:24 pm

Well as you know i will butcher BESM. out of no were people powers will stop working or i will just ignore yours.

Seriously. I have no desire to DM besm. The game is too unbalanced for my tastes, especially if im DMing it.

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13 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Fri Oct 18, 2013 6:32 pm

I also have read the book several times years ago, I just need to refresh me selves.

there are two time periods this game can be played in.

1st is modern day with a twist of darkness. evil exists but its not public and pulls the string of society. The world is ignorant to the doing of vampires and their like.

2nd is mid-evil times. This era is the reason why the modern day is as it is. Here creatures existed and were real, subtly is not really practiced.


Corporate times has less vamps an ancient has a large amount more.

Guns vs. swords
Modern vs. mid-evil
New world vs. old world

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14 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 2:04 am

Me and Nikki are down if you're running it. We still have to read up on it though.

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15 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 3:40 pm

Ok, soo there are my three. More are welcome to join any time.

Lets figure out what day is best?

Sat, Sun, Tuesday I'm guessing are out of the question. We can rule out Friday as well, but will be willing to consider Sunday, not Saturday or Tuesday in turn. Now this leaves us with:

Monday
Wednesday
Thursday

-and maybe Sunday-

What day should we play?

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16 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 3:48 pm

Well I prefer Friday or Saturday, since I work Mon thru Friday. But of we were to start early enough, Sunday would be a good day as well. But I'd rather not do another work night.

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17 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 3:52 pm

sunday would be my favorite day to do it i dont have much to do on that day. like zavy said another weekday would suck.

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18 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 3:56 pm

Mother fluffer, it's Xavy. Ain't no Z to be had here.

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19 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 4:10 pm

Potato, Potato (or was it Po-tat-oo) it all sounds the same when said.


Ok, so, lets give Sunday a shot.

What time period are we more interested in?

If we play modern it could start in our very own back door...NYC. We can also play in another state or city?

If the latter option we have Europe.

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20 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 4:15 pm

my honest opinion would be nyc but england could be fine.

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21 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 5:02 pm

I would prefer something modern. Or maybe the DM ( or whatever the word is ) can flip a coin.

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22 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 5:18 pm

The GM wants modern always did.


ok, sooo.

In this game a background is VERY important. The only story i want to read is of your living life. Who are you, were you from, family, history. Tell e your desires, dreams and ambitions.

Now this BG is to be at least 4 paragraphs long. the ore detail you give e the better story you will receive.


England is enticing, but NY is were we play.

Modern era to be is still a little bit in the past, lets say between 10-15 years ago. Feel free to add actual Historical references to give life to the story.


you can post your BG he is sent it to me: ChaZwireZ at google mail.

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23 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 5:29 pm

Cool. I'll need a few days for a background. And research.

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24 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 5:36 pm

Also, any chance for a PDF so I can have a look at the book? If not I'll try and Google one later.

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25 Re: Vampire the masquerade 2nd edition on Mon Oct 21, 2013 5:42 pm

Ehh, i had it all in e old comp. this time there is only hard copies. Let e see if I can find something.

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