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How I Use the DragonStike Boards

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Re: How I Use the DragonStike Boards

Postby bruenor » Wednesday March 6th, 2013 4:02pm

That whole set up is superb!!!

Love the story and the character interaction, gives the heroes something to do inbetween quests.


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Re: How I Use the DragonStike Boards

Postby Daedalus » Wednesday March 6th, 2013 5:20pm

You're making me want to buy Dragonstrike. This is very cool. Do the design bars below your NPC pictures have any special significance?
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Re: How I Use the DragonStike Boards

Postby shy-design » Wednesday March 6th, 2013 7:28pm

Daedalus wrote:You're making me want to buy Dragonstrike. This is very cool. Do the design bars below your NPC pictures have any special significance?


you should, it goes for really cheap on ebay.. I think I got my copy which was mint and 100% for $16 US. and then I bought an extra set of boards for $10
and the VHS is almost worth the purchase alone. :lol:

the design lines below the portraits are just for fun... no significance.


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Re: How I Use the DragonStike Boards

Postby Sjeng » Thursday March 7th, 2013 1:35pm

The town is written, and will be published tomorrow on the blog :)

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Re: How I Use the DragonStike Boards

Postby torilen » Thursday March 7th, 2013 7:28pm

You have really managed to turn HQ into a real rpg - I would LOVE to come play at your house.

I love your ideas for the jail too...turns in jail for spilling drink or snacks on the table...too funny.

Good job. You have convinced me to try and pick up these dragonstrike boards, as well.
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Re: How I Use the DragonStike Boards

Postby shy-design » Thursday March 7th, 2013 8:12pm

let us continue shall we....

*OwlFang has just left the Sloppy Ogre tavern and has decided to head south, as he is drawn in by the large fountain in the center of town.*

You make your way closer to the great fountain which seems to be located at the center of town. You take a closer look as see that this structure is more of a monument... to a once great, fierce warrior.. a Barbarian. There is no placard to be found to tell you his name but it is hard not to notice the great sword that is held firmly in the statue's hands, and the fact that it is made of a precious metal... gold perhaps. You decided not to risk being seen by climbing up to take a closer look and make for the nearest building continuing your tour about town.
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Re: How I Use the DragonStike Boards

Postby shy-design » Thursday March 7th, 2013 8:29pm

The sign above this door reads "The Weary Traveler Inn". There is an image of a bed painted on the sign just below the lettering. It is obvious now that the sun has set and the prospect of a warm bed is more than inviting to you at this point... all this adventuring can make one weary from time time, perhaps a well deserved rest is just what you need. The door is unlocked and as you push it inwards you are immediately greeted not by a voice, but by a delicious aroma of cooked meat and freshly baked bread. A portly man stands behind a counter in the opposite corner of the room and bids you welcome. This must be the Innkeeper, the man the little girl told you about in the stable... her father.
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Re: How I Use the DragonStike Boards

Postby shy-design » Thursday March 7th, 2013 8:40pm

You take a few steps in towards the front desk. The man behind it finishes wiping an ale mug clean and gives you a welcome. He states that you look tired and what you need is a warm bed for the night. You give him no argument and ask his price.

*so in game...* sleeping in the inn is another way to recover lost Body points between quests. You pay one flat rate and stay as long as you want. You recover I BP for every turn spent in the bed.
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Re: How I Use the DragonStike Boards

Postby Sjeng » Friday March 8th, 2013 8:04am

Amazing! I love that baking oven! I've posted this one on the blog as well, planned it for monday. Part one is live right now! ;)

I hope to see those roofs soon. They look amazing, you really have some great drawing talent! It reminds me of a certain 70's children's book illustration style... it looks very typical.

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Re: How I Use the DragonStike Boards

Postby el_flesh » Friday March 8th, 2013 8:47am

That's really super good Shy. I hope to hell you get alot of gaming done with that setup. It's udderly amazing.
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