Oh, my friends and I have also started Curse of Strahd recently (we hit level 5 last session). I hadn't heard of a Soulknife before, but it sounds great - I like the Rogue class a lot.I’m currently in a tabletop RPG group where we’re playing DND 5E and the current campaign is Curse of Strahd. We started it in September of last year. Because Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything also released right around the time we hit level 3, I picked a subclass from it and am playing a Rogue/Soulknife.
There are a lot of good subclasses in Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything, and a few other fun suggestions. I really like it as a sourcebook.Oh, my friends and I have also started Curse of Strahd recently (we hit level 5 last session). I hadn't heard of a Soulknife before, but it sounds great - I like the Rogue class a lot.
I played FF7 for the first time 10 years after it came out and it still blew my mind. What a masterpiece. The remake that recently came out, though? Yikes.Final Fantasy 7 was the last game I finished. I was still racing Chocobos a month after I had killed Sephiroth. I felt like I had wasted so much time on the game it was the beginning of the end of gaming for me. Also, I lost several friends to EverQuest (EverCrack). I mean, the game took over lives. It ruined relationships, interest in school, sports, going out--it was my first exposure to gaming addiction.
EverQuest dates back to 1999 when I was in high school.Never saw any lives ruined over EverQuest, but I did see a one or two destroyed over WoW.
Of all the solutions to a WoW addiction, I never would've guessed "hobby farm."EverQuest dates back to 1999 when I was in high school.
My uncle might have had a WoW addiction, but then he bought a hobby farm and lost 40lbs doing work outside. He's an accountant by trade.