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    Always love to see how other GMs play things. Keep posting and I'll keep reading.
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    Session 5 is up: http://scantabulous.blogspot.com/200...v-deamons.html

    The party actually fought a vampire this session (imagine that, in Ravenloft)! One thing of note, Skype allows your games to go FAR FASTER, and doesn't require me to type everything out. That is great. I highly recommend using a VoIP during Fantasy Grounds sessions.

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    Session 7 is up: http://scantabulous.blogspot.com/200...-vii-dark.html

    I went off-campaign book for this one and made a Grimm-style horror setting for the PCs. Because I figured they deserved a change of pace, that is, from a Gothic-style horror setting.

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    As per usual, tres cool.

    Take a stylepoint.
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    Yessssss! I will use it to boost my save vs. FG-crashing next time I have more than 10 tokens on a single map.

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    I've had a great time reading your sessions - I wish more DMs would do (/were able to do) this kind of thing.

    This is a wonderful thing to show people new to D&D as a whole - it's tough to find a good example of the ingenuity, creativeness, and fun possible in a campaign.

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    Where did you get all the pictures that you use in your sessions?

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    Heh. Cool stuff. You've gone straight off the story as written but I dig your fairy tale insertion. Bit of scary weirdness for Barovia! I'm running this too but in a much more standard, boring way. Nice work.
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    Did he actually type out the gypsy card reading into FG?

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