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Bradfords Company
« on: July 31, 2010, 04:15:10 PM »
AIM.
      I am aiming for a nice simple game consisting of a series of tasks. The game is aimed at those who are new to PbP or D&D and wish to as it where lose their newbie status. The objective is to learn the ropes along with others doing the same without feeling the odd one out alongside more experienced players.

Introduction.

            James Bradford gently polished the brass plaque outside his door. It proudly proclaimed Bradford's. Your problems sorted and he had put it up with such high hopes.

            It had seemed such a good idea and would prove to his father that he could run a business. People came to him with problems and he found the people to sort them out and took a reasonable commission. Simple was it not but contacts where everything in the city of Thasink. And truth is told he did not have them in the right places.

            Yes he had the commissions, nothing major of course but they would come when his reputation grew. No the problem was finding the people, the mercenaries, those willing to hire out where not interested in working for him. What had one called him, "A fracking new guy who did not know his arse from his elbow." Whilst James might have objected to that, the fact that the speaker was a 6 foot 6 barbarian with a fearsome reputation in combat held his tongue.

            But Elise his girlfriend had given him an idea, he was starting out why not look for those starting out, ones who the established hirers would not touch. He had posted flyers and now all that remained who to see who turned up. Finishing his polishing he headed inside for a nice cup of herbal tea to soothe his nerves whilst he waited.