In November of 1995 (as far as we can best remember!), long time friends and former D&D groupies Dan and Charlie formed a new gaming group. This group consisted of the DM Ed, Dan, Charlie, their sons Brett and Eddie (respectively), Dave C., Matt, Rick, and Joe. If that wasn't big enough, Bill joined a short time later. We played a mid-level, high-magic campaign in Ed's version of the Forgotten Realms 2nd Ed. We still meet from 7-11pm every Friday night, with few exceptions. Over the years Matt, Rick, and Joe moved on, Ed (the only one who enjoyed being a DM more than a player) moved out of state, a friend named Mike played for a year or so, and finally Dave C. moved out of state for a few years. Since Ed's departure we've had several game masters (mostly Dan, but also Dave C., Brett, Mike, and even Bill tried!) and played a couple systems (generic AD&D 2nd ed., Vampire: The Masquerade & Dark Ages, Starfrontiers, and MERC- a home brewed gaming system). Current members Pat, Tom, Dave M., and Jason have all joined our group within the last couple years (along with a stint from Erin, Laura, and Eddie's return for a time after a long absence). Brett & Mike attended GenCon '98, then Brett returned with Pat and Bill for GenCon 2000 and 2001. As 2000 came to a close, Dan was running a campaign set in the world of Khoras, and we decided to stick with 2nd Ed. until the summer of 2001 when Brett would have all of the Third Edition books thus far released (most importantly the Forgotten Realms 3e). Plans changed in October 2000 when Dan, our longest-running DM since Ed, lifetime friend of Charlie, and Brett's father, passed away unexpectedly due to massive heart failure. Knowing that he would not want the group to stop playing on his behalf, Brett again took up the reigns as DM and started a 3rd Ed. learning campaign. The learning campaign ran from December 2000 until September 2001. With that, we've instituted a round-robin GM setup with Brett's Forgotten Realms Luruar campaign as the backbone. In between legs of the Luruar campaign, other members of the group will run their own campaigns.
|Dave C.||Darth Chronis||Vampire: The Masquerade||AIM|
|Pat Matthies||Nailz||DBZ d20||AIM|
|Jason||Silvrlef||D&D Dungeon Crawl||AIM|
The webmaster for thyle.net is Brett Lambrix. Thyle is the name of my first D&D character, and has since been my screen name on just about everything. This is version 2.0 of the DALMGG site. Version 2.0 is a major step up for me in a coding sense... v1.0 was created with a combination of Netscape and Notepad, and as such was very sloppy HTML. This rendition of the site is much cleaner, using style sheets for more control, and is all done in a text editor. Version 2.0 also marks the opening of the site to the public.
The weekly summary is written by one of the group members, as recorded in the summary's header. It is then sent to Brett, who does a little editing work and posts it on the site. Each summary is then linked to the calander pages to show when each week's gameplay takes place in the world of the Forgotten Realms. Their work is a huge help to assisting us recap the night, and is greatly appreciated!
You can email Brett with any questions you may have. I'll try to answer them as best as I can, but I'm still learning Third Edition and DMing myself! You can always send any questions to The Sage at Dragon Magazine, the premier D&D magazine published by none other than the Wizards of the Coast!
They read "Daniel A Lambrix Memorial Gaming Group" in the old Thorass font from Forgotten Realms 2e.
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