Archives for December 2007

Ultimate Roleplaying Purity Test

Your
Ultimate Roleplaying Purity Score
Category Your Score Average
Hacklust 80.19%
Warrior needs guts… Badly!
53.5%
Sensitive Roleplaying 68.35%
Will talk after everyone important's been killed
54.7%
GM Experience 71.74%
Ran a module once or twice
69.3%
Systems Knowledge 89.41%
Played in a couple of campaigns
90.4%
Livin' La Vida Dorka 59.77%
Has interesting conversations in public
63.3%
You are 75.55% pure
Average Score: 68.8%

 Dang, I'm geeky.

Worship Enki!

My friend is so weird. I mean that in the very best sense of the word. Here's an EN World post of his: http://www.enworld.org/showpost.php?p=3926451&postcount=49

Folk songs

 We started a new D&D campaign Saturday, with Scott DMing. One of my characters is a bard/beguiler, and playing a bard always reawakens my interest in folk music. To top it off, a  bandit leader of whom we've heard is called  Black Jack Davy. Naturally I had to dig out our Steeleye Span CDs and play that song this morning.

I'm currently on a search for sheet music. According to a helpful site on (Mostly) English Folk Music, all the Steeleye Span song books are out of print. Sigh. I have found a couple of very useful sites about English folk music. One is at the ever-useful Sacred Texts site, giving the complete text of the Child Ballads and the other is the Roud Folksong Index.