Roleplaying game luggage.
Posted 08 June 2014 - 08:53 PM
Posted 08 June 2014 - 09:22 PM
I have an older Freitag Messenger Bag (see http://www.freitag.c...a_MessengerBags), but the size I bought is no longer available. Mine is a little smaller than their F13 "Top Cat" model, but not by all that much. Mine also has a different placement of the waist belt -- lower on the bag, and not angled.
But overall, I think these make great gaming bags. I even saw a bag very similar to this at a local store here in Austin, but it turned out that the guy had made it himself years ago, and had lined it nicely, put a metal seat belt buckle on it, and other things that I kind of wish that the Freitag guys had done.
Unless stated otherwise, these are just my personal opinions about how I feel things should work. Even if I quote chapter and verse of a particular rulebook, only the part that's quoted is likely to actually be official. Each GM will have to decide for themselves what rules they will use and which ones they won't, and how they will interpret the rules they do use. That is their right -- and their responsibility.
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Posted 09 June 2014 - 01:22 AM
Just a hiking backpack for me. I like it since I can put whatever books i need and my laptop plus all the other little side and front pockets are great to tuck dice bags and a couple magic decks. I always bring a couple decks no matter what my group decides we're gonna play, never know when you're gonna take a magic break lol.
They've gone plaid!