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Totoro wrote:Hi. I've never played RPGs online, but I would join a PBP, if someone is still looking for players.
Ser Iggy wrote:P.S. It would be great to get Carriker involved
coldwind wrote:Yeah, I didn't think that Persuasion: Bargain roll would work either...
jaypinjp wrote:For the most part I'm accessible everyday, though I don't work a job in which I'm always in front of a computer. I do however also have a smartphone and will be able to join in daily.
Chiyo glances over the side of the barge, checking that the river hasn't changed from his observations the previous few days. Investigation (35)
Hunting to identify the type of fish in the area, and if the fishing is good, if the weather is good, etc. (22) [[Goal being to see if the 'fishermen' really do know anything about local fishing if we talk to them.]]
It's been not even a week since the tense conflicts that lead to an equally tense court visit with Seppun Keiten, but a couple of days with the serenity of the river boat has been enough to clear Chiyo's dark mood. He is back to his usual gregarious self, chatting easily with his comrades. He doesn't opine on the Vivek's suggestion - he hasn't made up his own mind yet on whether a friendly hand or a stern one would serve best. "I wonder more if they are trying to do something illegal without being noticed, Vivek-san." He says plainly, still explaining the obvious to the outsider, unsure what would be obvious to someone like the Vivek.
"Captain," he asks to the sailor in charge. "The man we are pursuing would have went by this way on a barge like this one less than a week ago. Would that have been noteworthy to local fishermen like these? And is there a reason for them to dock their boats together like that?" He wants to know, wondering if there is a non-suspicious reason that might be overlooked.
The Vivek isn't thrilled by the idea of the human's atrocious idea of wine but his companions were pleasant enough company. He puzzled over the Rokugani double entendre before finally sniffing out its meaning but ignored it. It was surely Yuisho's business. "I'd be delighted to accompany you all to the sake house."
Mamoulian wrote:I'm new to the forums, the system in large part and have very little experience with PbP. I think the only way I could be less qualified is if I were a mop. All that said, if there is ever room for a curious neophyte to join your campaign I promise you'd regret admission only slightly.
Alternately (and more likely given the time that has passed), if I could peek just to learn I'd be grateful and maybe I'll be ready if another rosy apple comes along.
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