I'm pretty psyched as I'll be back to regular gaming this coming Saturday via Google+ Hangout. I've never actually gamed via G+ yet (and only used the Hangout feature once), so thankfully I'm a player and not a GM.
At the same time, I'm getting the itch to run a game myself. I guess that kinda explains my afternoon of Virtual Table Top experimentation. I've noticed that "simple" and "full featured" tend not to be in the same product despite the designers' best intentions.
I am most familiar with Fantasy Grounds, but as a player, not a GM. You can hand hold a player, but you can't hand hold the guy running the show. BattleGroundsRPG is something I purchased a while ago, and it's come long way. I think I need to watch the training videos for both of these, as I always learn better watching over reading.
And yes, I'll check out MapTools again, although I was never all that found of it's set up. And Epic Table. And D20Pro. Klooge is so ugly even with the floating licenses I have I'll probably never use it. Oh, and iTableTop (did they drop the Pandoren label now?)
I'm still juggling systems in my head. So much coolness to choose from I probably can't go wrong ;)
Old Stone Ruins - These is another terrain piece from Printable Scenery, cut into two pieces and printed on my Ender 3 at 0.2mm layer height in eSun PLA+. I printed it u...
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