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TOPIC: Nimble's Thread of Accolades

Re: Nimble's Thread of Accolades 5 years 6 months ago #13

Druegar wrote:

Matthew Hayward wrote: I swear there was a space heater blowing hot air from around one of the lava pools - or am I just suggestible?

Those are not mutually exclusive. :P

But yes, there was a hot air blower (the mechanical kind, not a politician) in the storyscape near the lava. :)


I remember when we were setting those heaters up on Wednesday... I think a lot of us on the install crew were questioning the sanity about making that hall even hotter. I have to admit it worked out quite nicely once the AC in the hall was on though.

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Re: Nimble's Thread of Accolades 5 years 6 months ago #14

Matthew Hayward wrote:


How did I forget to put that on my list? That was definitely awesome!

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Re: Nimble's Thread of Accolades 5 years 6 months ago #15

Nimble wrote: 6) The XP cards are a stroke of genius. Not only do they let us register our XP on our own time to keep things moving in the dungeon areas, but they encourage newer players to check out the website and get involved in the community.


I also loved the XP cards but would request one small change.

PLEASE mark on the card WHICH RUN IT'S FROM!

I hosted 3 different runs and had a pack of 30 XP cards at the end of the weekend with no way to differentiate between them so I ended up wasting about 8 getting the XP onto the core 4 players in my group.

Maybe as simple as starting or ending the codes with 01c/01p/02c/02p would work :)

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Re: Nimble's Thread of Accolades 5 years 6 months ago #16

The four different adventures were marked by codes starting with A, B, C, and D this year. It was completely consistent, except for one run, where I assume we were handed cards from the wrong stack. (Ultimately, not a problem, though.)

Still, I agree that they should be marked more distinctively than A, B, C, and D. My wife and I got our cards mixed together from several runs and it was a puzzle to figure out which was which.

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Re: Nimble's Thread of Accolades 5 years 6 months ago #17

Jason Brown wrote: The four different adventures were marked by codes starting with A, B, C, and D this year. It was completely consistent, except for one run, where I assume we were handed cards from the wrong stack. (Ultimately, not a problem, though.)

Still, I agree that they should be marked more distinctively than A, B, C, and D. My wife and I got our cards mixed together from several runs and it was a puzzle to figure out which was which.


Hmm, that did not appear to be the case with the XP cards from my runs :(

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Re: Nimble's Thread of Accolades 5 years 6 months ago #18

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Arcanist Kolixela wrote:

Jason Brown wrote: The four different adventures were marked by codes starting with A, B, C, and D this year. It was completely consistent, except for one run, where I assume we were handed cards from the wrong stack. (Ultimately, not a problem, though.)

Still, I agree that they should be marked more distinctively than A, B, C, and D. My wife and I got our cards mixed together from several runs and it was a puzzle to figure out which was which.


Hmm, that did not appear to be the case with the XP cards from my runs :(


Mine followed the pattern of the first character:
A = Underdark Combat
B = Underdark Puzzle
C = Sable Combat
D = Sable Puzzle
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