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    This forum seems to be very quiet today. In fact, it seems to be like this most sundays. I counted only six posts all day and two of those were mine!

    Hmm, I might have to find something for people to dicuss then...
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    maybe if one of the chapeters are "finished" we can throw it into the public scene?
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    Maybe chapter two once Duane finishes working my edits and comments, that would certainly give everyone something to talk about for weeks. Then again it might take him a month to get through the edits.
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    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Raesene Andu" <brnetboard@TUARHIEVEL.ORG>
    Sent: Sunday, October 06, 2002 10:54 AM

    > This forum seems to be very quiet today. In fact, it seems to be
    > like this most sundays. I counted only six posts all day and two of
    > those were mine!

    I like to imagine that on the weekends the list is so quiet because everyone
    is playing BR rather than talking about it.

    Kenneth Gauck
    kgauck@mchsi.com

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    At 05:54 PM 10/6/2002 +0200, Raesene Andu wrote:

    >This forum seems to be very quiet today. In fact, it seems to be like this
    >most sundays. I counted only six posts all day and two of those were mine!
    >
    >Hmm, I might have to find something for people to dicuss then...

    Friday through Sunday tend to be slower than Monday through Thursday for
    some reason. Not just on birthright-l/birthright.net, but on several of
    the lists/boards that are gaming related. I use Eudora which has a cute
    little statistical page you can look at to check out your email usage
    information, and the "average" curve on the "received email" chart notably
    curves down at either end of the week illustrating that tendency quite
    well. I`d like to think that`s for the same reason Kenneth Gauck
    mentioned--because people are actually playing--but I suspect it`s really
    because many people get at the Internet from work or school while they are
    _supposed_ to be doing something else.... There are, of course, several
    "weekenders" in any community of large enough size, but most folks seem to
    prefer participating on the weekdays.

    From a practical standpoint, however, I`ve found introducing new topics on
    Sunday or Monday tends to get the most participation, so if you want a
    topic to get discussed your best shot it to post it earlier in the week.

    On that note, how many folks keep a campaign journal for their BR
    campaigns? More to the point how many of those journals are complete
    enough that folks would feel comfortable sending them to the BR
    community? It might be useful to other BR aficionados to see how other
    folks are actually playing the campaign, what kinds of PCs they use, the
    encounters they have, etc. Any interest in that sort of thing?

    Gary

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    Gary wrote:
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    > At 05:54 PM 10/6/2002 +0200, Raesene Andu wrote:
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    > On that note, how many folks keep a campaign journal for their BR
    > campaigns? More to the point how many of those journals are complete
    > enough that folks would feel comfortable sending them to the BR
    > community? It might be useful to other BR aficionados to see how other
    > folks are actually playing the campaign, what kinds of PCs they use, the
    > encounters they have, etc. Any interest in that sort of thing?

    I would be very interested in that sort of thing. I might even be able
    to dig up some of the journals from my old dead campaign :)

    >
    > Gary
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    Cobos

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    At 10:25 PM 10/6/2002 +0200, Cobos wrote:

    >I would be very interested in that sort of thing. I might even be able to
    >dig up some of the journals from my old dead campaign :)

    Old or new doesn`t make a difference, I guess. Serve it up!

    Gary

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    Well if you want to take a look a the newspaper from my old campaign, they are still online at http://www.geocities.com/TimesSquare/Realm...aper/index.html

    On the matter of posts, I had already assume something like that (although for me your friday-sunday corresponds to my saturday-sunday). Personally, I am mainly online over the weekends. During the week I work, and don't really get access to e-mail, but on the weekends I can stay online all day if I want, but there rarely seems to be anything to post about :P
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    In a message dated 10/6/02 4:16:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
    geeman@SOFTHOME.NET writes:

    << On that note, how many folks keep a campaign journal for their BR
    campaigns? More to the point how many of those journals are complete
    enough that folks would feel comfortable sending them to the BR
    community? It might be useful to other BR aficionados to see how other
    folks are actually playing the campaign, what kinds of PCs they use, the
    encounters they have, etc. Any interest in that sort of thing?
    >>

    I could, with some editing. My game is more of a standard RP game than a
    regent`s game, but I`ve been using that system to keep the outside world
    flowing.

    Lee.

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