Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby shintokamikaze » Thu Mar 02, 2017 1:32 pm

Dupont wrote:I think I will be able to buy a ticket next weekend. ( I just got 'permission' to spend more money) :mrgreen:

Sweet, I just did not ask for permission :lol:
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Dupont » Thu Mar 02, 2017 1:38 pm

Haha I love it.

( I've already bought some bits and pieces this week she doesn't know about so i thought I better ask :P )
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Gareus » Mon Mar 06, 2017 1:21 pm

Ruffnut wrote:
shintokamikaze wrote:Got my ticket just now :P And it's the first ticket no 001, I love it :lol: :lol:


Gareus also said he go ticket number 1...

Gareus always claims number one... even when he doesnt even have a ticket :x

I live on the other side of the world so cant make it ARRRRGGGGHHHHHHHH
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Lorian » Mon Mar 06, 2017 2:52 pm

Ticket 001:
The lost ticket...
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Slloyd14 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 4:20 pm

I'd like to run a game. Who's up for one?

Also, what time would you like it?

Also, which adventure would you like?

My adventures are:

A short Stellar Adventures adventure I played at Fighting Fantasy Fest (with Ruffnut and Lorian!)

Moria: Explore the randomly created dungeon as AFF2 goes roguelike!

Curse of Meraki: A curse has descended on the village of Meraki. A local woman has been accused of witchcraft and will be executed if the heroes cannot prove her innocence.

Holy order: A priestess is kidnapped by a mysterious stranger in a flying ship. Can the heroes save her? (I ran this last year at Dragonmeet and it is in Fighting Fantazine 16)

Mystic Well: Dungeon crawl based on the the most famous Atari ST cover disk shareware RPG ever.

Dungeon of the Orc Warlord: Randomly generated orc based dungeon

Shadow over Anvil: An annual harvest festival has been cursed by black magic. Can the heroes find the perpetrator (I ran this at Fighting Fantasy Fest 2014)

I have others, but they are longer and we would probably end up playing them all day.

There is a small possibility I could write a brand new adventure for the fest itself.
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Lorian » Tue Aug 08, 2017 5:22 pm

I'm at FFf2 and I'm all up for the moria adventure! It will be fun to thief around in that!
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Ruffnut » Tue Aug 08, 2017 5:23 pm

Slloyd14 wrote:I'd like to run a game. Who's up for one?

Also, what time would you like it?

Also, which adventure would you like?

My adventures are:

A short Stellar Adventures adventure I played at Fighting Fantasy Fest (with Ruffnut and Lorian!)

Moria: Explore the randomly created dungeon as AFF2 goes roguelike!

Curse of Meraki: A curse has descended on the village of Meraki. A local woman has been accused of witchcraft and will be executed if the heroes cannot prove her innocence.

Holy order: A priestess is kidnapped by a mysterious stranger in a flying ship. Can the heroes save her? (I ran this last year at Dragonmeet and it is in Fighting Fantazine 16)

Mystic Well: Dungeon crawl based on the the most famous Atari ST cover disk shareware RPG ever.

Dungeon of the Orc Warlord: Randomly generated orc based dungeon

Shadow over Anvil: An annual harvest festival has been cursed by black magic. Can the heroes find the perpetrator (I ran this at Fighting Fantasy Fest 2014)

I have others, but they are longer and we would probably end up playing them all day.

There is a small possibility I could write a brand new adventure for the fest itself.


Im at FFF2 and I think Moria because even if you know the adventure then with moria you can still be surprised because of it's random generation.
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Slloyd14 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 7:33 pm

Ruffnut wrote:
Slloyd14 wrote:I'd like to run a game. Who's up for one?

Also, what time would you like it?

Also, which adventure would you like?

My adventures are:

A short Stellar Adventures adventure I played at Fighting Fantasy Fest (with Ruffnut and Lorian!)

Moria: Explore the randomly created dungeon as AFF2 goes roguelike!

Curse of Meraki: A curse has descended on the village of Meraki. A local woman has been accused of witchcraft and will be executed if the heroes cannot prove her innocence.

Holy order: A priestess is kidnapped by a mysterious stranger in a flying ship. Can the heroes save her? (I ran this last year at Dragonmeet and it is in Fighting Fantazine 16)

Mystic Well: Dungeon crawl based on the the most famous Atari ST cover disk shareware RPG ever.

Dungeon of the Orc Warlord: Randomly generated orc based dungeon

Shadow over Anvil: An annual harvest festival has been cursed by black magic. Can the heroes find the perpetrator (I ran this at Fighting Fantasy Fest 2014)

I have others, but they are longer and we would probably end up playing them all day.

There is a small possibility I could write a brand new adventure for the fest itself.


Im at FFF2 and I think Moria because even if you know the adventure then with moria you can still be surprised because of it's random generation.


Good idea. I can generate some rooms in advance to save time.
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Slloyd14 » Tue Aug 08, 2017 7:36 pm

Slloyd14 wrote:
Ruffnut wrote:
Slloyd14 wrote:I'd like to run a game. Who's up for one?

Also, what time would you like it?

Also, which adventure would you like?

My adventures are:

A short Stellar Adventures adventure I played at Fighting Fantasy Fest (with Ruffnut and Lorian!)

Moria: Explore the randomly created dungeon as AFF2 goes roguelike!

Curse of Meraki: A curse has descended on the village of Meraki. A local woman has been accused of witchcraft and will be executed if the heroes cannot prove her innocence.

Holy order: A priestess is kidnapped by a mysterious stranger in a flying ship. Can the heroes save her? (I ran this last year at Dragonmeet and it is in Fighting Fantazine 16)

Mystic Well: Dungeon crawl based on the the most famous Atari ST cover disk shareware RPG ever.

Dungeon of the Orc Warlord: Randomly generated orc based dungeon

Shadow over Anvil: An annual harvest festival has been cursed by black magic. Can the heroes find the perpetrator (I ran this at Fighting Fantasy Fest 2014)

I have others, but they are longer and we would probably end up playing them all day.

There is a small possibility I could write a brand new adventure for the fest itself.


Im at FFF2 and I think Moria because even if you know the adventure then with moria you can still be surprised because of it's random generation.


Good idea. I can generate some rooms in advance to save time.

I can also change a few things to fit the updated new rules.
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Ruffnut » Tue Aug 08, 2017 7:43 pm

Cool
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Nuvole! » Tue Aug 08, 2017 9:31 pm

This year I'll be an ocean too far to be there, but if I was there I'd like to play the announced follow up of The Holy Order 8)
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby bottg » Wed Aug 09, 2017 11:45 am

I am also down to give a half hour talk on what we have released so far and what is in the pipeline!
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Dupont » Wed Aug 09, 2017 11:52 am

Slloyd14 wrote:I'd like to run a game. Who's up for one?

Also, what time would you like it?

Also, which adventure would you like?

My adventures are:

A short Stellar Adventures adventure I played at Fighting Fantasy Fest (with Ruffnut and Lorian!)

Moria: Explore the randomly created dungeon as AFF2 goes roguelike!

Curse of Meraki: A curse has descended on the village of Meraki. A local woman has been accused of witchcraft and will be executed if the heroes cannot prove her innocence.

Holy order: A priestess is kidnapped by a mysterious stranger in a flying ship. Can the heroes save her? (I ran this last year at Dragonmeet and it is in Fighting Fantazine 16)

Mystic Well: Dungeon crawl based on the the most famous Atari ST cover disk shareware RPG ever.

Dungeon of the Orc Warlord: Randomly generated orc based dungeon

Shadow over Anvil: An annual harvest festival has been cursed by black magic. Can the heroes find the perpetrator (I ran this at Fighting Fantasy Fest 2014)

I have others, but they are longer and we would probably end up playing them all day.

There is a small possibility I could write a brand new adventure for the fest itself.



This sounds brilliant, I have just got the all clear from she who must be obeyed so I am about to buy my ticket. I would love to play some/all of these, if theres still space? In fact it makes me wonder why there isnt and AFF mini con once a year like there is for say the Warhammer guys ( which I am also going to!)

Mystic Well sounds interesting, Moria too, frankly I would happily play any and for as long as possible. It will be a breath of fresh air to play round a table again, its been a long long time.
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Nuvole! » Thu Aug 10, 2017 4:42 am

Did you think about running The Gates of Hellwinter https://hellwinter.blogspot.mx/2016/02/the-gates-of-hellwinter-revised.html?
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Re: Fighting Fantasy fest 2017

Postby Lorian » Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:43 pm

Dupont wrote:
Slloyd14 wrote:I'd like to run a game. Who's up for one?

Also, what time would you like it?

Also, which adventure would you like?

My adventures are:

A short Stellar Adventures adventure I played at Fighting Fantasy Fest (with Ruffnut and Lorian!)

Moria: Explore the randomly created dungeon as AFF2 goes roguelike!

Curse of Meraki: A curse has descended on the village of Meraki. A local woman has been accused of witchcraft and will be executed if the heroes cannot prove her innocence.

Holy order: A priestess is kidnapped by a mysterious stranger in a flying ship. Can the heroes save her? (I ran this last year at Dragonmeet and it is in Fighting Fantazine 16)

Mystic Well: Dungeon crawl based on the the most famous Atari ST cover disk shareware RPG ever.

Dungeon of the Orc Warlord: Randomly generated orc based dungeon

Shadow over Anvil: An annual harvest festival has been cursed by black magic. Can the heroes find the perpetrator (I ran this at Fighting Fantasy Fest 2014)

I have others, but they are longer and we would probably end up playing them all day.

There is a small possibility I could write a brand new adventure for the fest itself.



This sounds brilliant, I have just got the all clear from she who must be obeyed so I am about to buy my ticket. I would love to play some/all of these, if theres still space? In fact it makes me wonder why there isnt and AFF mini con once a year like there is for say the Warhammer guys ( which I am also going to!)

Mystic Well sounds interesting, Moria too, frankly I would happily play any and for as long as possible. It will be a breath of fresh air to play round a table again, its been a long long time.


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