Yeah, scheduling can be a pain. This group, we've wavered between Thursday and Wednesdays weekly, depending on the teaching schedule of one of the players. Weekends actually seem to be harder; my group there has more trouble meeting.I'm playing in a pathfinder campaign with a couple of friends right now (most likely doomed to fall apart though, due to our shoddy organization and tight/incompatible schedules).
Arf.I don't have any big tales but at our last session the phrase "Run a nature check on that dog! We need to figure out how to kill it!" was shouted.
I always love character names. Dale Earnhardt Jr. sounds like a classic, honestly. We also had an elf ninja in this game earlier (before he got wiped out) whose name was Bobby Wasabi, who talked with a drawl and also would collect body parts for his cajun cooking experiments along the way.(Also one of our players is named Dale Earnhardt Jr. (no relation) and he joined our party after hurtling through a rift in the planes in a flaming "chariot" and is now discovering latent powers of an ancient sorcerer bloodline.)
This group, the ages range from early/mid 30's to early 50's.... I'm the only female and only female character.What are the ages of players in your group Jenny? I'm kind of curious how the "older" (than me) folks are doing rpg.
Do you meet at a neutral spot or in someone's basement in the evenings ?
I might feel inspired to contribute a story here, my last attempt failed miserably, maybe one day.