Saturday, January 14, 2012

A Question

Unfortunately, it has been far longer between Ptolus sessions than I intended.  I apologize for that, I didn't want to tease you guys with a campaign and not deliver.  Hopefully my health situation will be better under control soon and we can get around to resuming the game.

Which brings me to my question.  Since it has been so long ago since we started the Ptolus campaign, it seems to me that we have a problem, or an opportunity... depending on your point of view.  It strikes me that some of you may have forgotten the who, what, when, where, and why of the campaign, since we started playing.  Some of you may have come up with a different character idea, a new hook, whatever and may not be excited about going back to your previous character.  I think you see where this is going...

In short, I want to give you the opportunity for a reboot.  Now don't get me wrong.  I am neither pushing for this, nor lobbying against it.  I just realize it might be easier for everyone (and perhaps more fun) if we just started over from scratch.  So..., I'm leaving up to the group, as a group, to decide.  Do you want to continue the campaign we started, or do you want a Ptolus reboot?

Discuss.


4 comments:

Lummox said...

I for one welcome our new insect overlords.
In other words, I'll go with either.

Degolar said...

I think a reboot makes sense at this point, even if we do it with the same characters and just let the interactions and role-playing dynamics start fresh. With the option for different characters, if desired.

Hadrian said...

One neutral, one reboot. For the moment the reboot's have it. Of course, if we do reboot, you can change your character or go with the same concept as last time-- that's up to everyone individually. And if you do, we could always pass off your memories as delusion or premonition, or what have you....

Aerin said...

Bah, I read this just before I went out of town and then forgot to reply when I got home.

I think a reboot is fine, its been enough time that people's emotions and mental places may have changed enough that they want a different character or can't get back to how they connected to the original one, especially since we didn't have a great deal of time with them.

Not sure which way I'd personally go, I could probably reconnect with my cleric after rereading my back story.