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  1. gothmog26 said: From what I see there a thousands of ways to "grimmify" the Oz of the books. but this one is my favorite: OZ is a dictatorship under the absolute control of Ozma, who monitors the populace via a sinister magic mirror from her tower in the Emerald city. She is served by a group of close friends, who put down dissent efficiently and quickly Everyone is immortal, and so dissenters are merely mindwiped, giving new identities, and released back into the general populace, giving them new individuals to meet and talk to. The Great desert and the Great Glass Wall prevents anyone from leaving or entering. The populace is forbidden from performing magic, except for the aristocrats, who consists mainly of Ozma's friends. Those not under Ozma's control are instead enslaved through mystical means by one of the many malevolent magic users who abound in Oz. (this mostly stuff taken from the books, believe it or not.) We just started an Oz section of our campaign! I am not sure where our GM is going with it, but it seems pretty neat thus far. He had us each write down a couple of stories/fairy tales that we would like to see incorporated into the campaign and he has it all mapped out. The Land of Oz has worked out very well thus far.
  2. I think Grimm would be a great way to start. I am new to RPG's and it is the first game I have ever played, and I found it very easy to understand. My boyfriend and our group of friends play a bunch of them but none of them really interested me till we found Grimm...and I love it! I am sad that we can't play it very often.
  3. I am in Lafayette, IN and we've got 4 people here who play. Anyone nearby?
  4. I just got my hands on a collection for short stories, but I haven't gotten too far into it. It has 16 different ones though, so she could probably choose what interests her. I also watched a movie called "The Call of Cthulhu" which a friend of mine told me followed the story almost perfectly I am a girl, and I thought it was really interesting It was filmed recently, but is filmed as a silent film and let me tell you, the "special" effects make it entertaining no matter if you are into Lovecraft or not!
  5. I just bought the ancient horrors pack today. However, I checked the website for the store I bought it at and can't seem to find anything for Call of Cthulhu
  6. ooooh True Blood is AMAZING! I am not a huge fan of vampires...but I really enjoy that show. Fringe is amazing as well. It never ceases to blow my mind.
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