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    Any NYC based Birthrighters?

    Hey everyone,

    I just moved to New York City (from California) -- and of course I brought the wife and kids along, but I didn't have room in the moving truck for my two D&D players (I would have to find them jobs... and besides I don't know if their significant others would have agreed!)

    Are any of you based in the tri-state area? I can DM or play -- either way, and I got most books (gosh, I don't have 4th edition yet though)

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    If anyone is in the area, then I'd thoroughly recommend giving this a go. I hugely enjoyed Rjurik Winds, from start to finish. =)

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    Good luck with the move Charles, is the time difference to Europe going to be any better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewTall View Post
    Good luck with the move Charles, is the time difference to Europe going to be any better?
    Yes, time difference should be awesome now; and I'm also doing some travel accross the pond for work that I can extend for pleasure. Was in your neck of the woods (Manchester actually) back in January. I have to open boxes still and find my headset that I might join in some online virtual games: Larry (from San Diego) said he'd run one with part BR but mostly adventuring and that we needed headsets... so I have to follow-up with him on that, because here it looks like players are few and far between (people play more video games to pen-and-paper's demise!)

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    Well, it's only three hours' difference between California and New York, but that might be all you need

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    Hmm, Newcastle isn't <quite> my neck of the woods, but feel free to crash any time you are in London.

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