Most of the info here relates to Mike's game, called "The Rass Game" after the family all the characters belong to, or "The Pavis Campaign" after the ancient, mostly ruined, perhaps resurgent desert city they live in. The game is a story now more than a decade old, following the Rass family from its dissolute past, fractured by one brother's scorn of the ancestors, to its dangerous, promising future as the leaders of the city. Along the way the newest members of the house have proven themselves by restoring their father to life, through great deeds in the Other Side and in battles both physical and magical.
In recognition of these victories, Will I Am, a strange proto-man who is at once all races and both sexes, has been recognized by the city priesthood as the Champion of Pavis.

And then sometimes we play pirates or the ignorant thanes of a backwoods clan mostly interested in stealing the neighbors' cattle.

Players wanted

I don't pay a lot of attention to whether we get any traffic here that isn't from the regular players, but it seems worth a shot.

I've got at least one spot open in my Longest Running HQ game. We have been playing since the rules were called Hero Wars, back in late 1999 or 2000. Set in Glorantha, usually in Pavis. The characters are movers and shakers, and if you start a new character, that one would be too. The games take place 99% of the time at my home east of Charlottesville VA, about 45 minutes west of Short Pump.

Glorantha experience not necessary, but a love of actual role playing, a desire to sink your teeth into the game setting, and a habit of taking regular showers is required. Also, since one of the characters is a disgusting trickster, this game is rated R.

Wanting

Blyford

The Pavis Survivors attacked the Lunar garrison at Blyford.

Elves. Elves are lovely, right?

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Who wants to try this with the Hungry Sheep?

Senech helping with manor maintenance

Main Road East out of Hungry Sheep Hollow

Special for Chris

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