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crafting classes?

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 6:26 am
by heather
was wondering if there might of been any crafting classes similar to rote/ace meetings in avliss but here on arkaz.... or maybe any interest if not? ^^;

Re: crafting classes?

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 2:14 pm
by Akai
There were, when a DM was sponsoring, but not lately. I'd be interested, for one :)

Re: crafting classes?

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 3:59 pm
by Commander Morgan
If someone really wants to put up with an Old Goblin, and there's anything at all he could teach, I'd be happy to try and help.

If you see old Bivrip on line at any time (providing he's not too far underground) feel free to poke him if he can do anything.

Re: crafting classes?

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 5:32 pm
by Shiba_Ujimitsu
I'd be interested in in attending classes, or teaching what limited things Geln├Ądil knows.

Re: crafting classes?

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 12:05 pm
by Zerub
What are some times that you all could do this? I would try, but I have trouble really setting things up too much in advance.

Zerub could always teach you something if he is on, but I am guessing it would be more fun to have a bit of DM love in it for everyone.

Just let me know some general times. These are not definitie. Just want to know what play times are usually.

Scott

Re: crafting classes?

Posted: Fri Jan 18, 2019 2:54 pm
by Akai
Monday or Tuesday afternoon or evening (EST) for me, usually.

Re: crafting classes?

Posted: Sat Jan 19, 2019 6:11 am
by heather
i'm pacific time so i'm the oddest one I think ^^;

i'd be happy to try whenever as long as i'm not passed out asleep x.x; but I think it might be best to avoid using a time slot that the regularly scheduled avlis classes/events are scheduled so people don't have to struggle on choosing?

I know rote does noon to 3pm pacific (-8) on tuesdays, and ace usually does one on thursdays noon to 2pm pacific (-8)
and there's usually a pubcrawl at midnight on mondays until around 2am or 3am tuesday pacific (-8)
deider runs stuff on that starts on Tuesday and Wednesday 11pm until around 1am pacific (-8)
also he has another on Thursday it looks at from noon to 2pm pacific (-8)

I think besides those it's kind of random, though archibald mentioned trying to start a class session too...


not sure if this helped, but hoping it gives some ideas for a time/day ^^; unless it's different each time

Re: crafting classes?

Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 10:53 am
by heather
what about something like a 'day' class and a 'night' class? one can fit for a usa hours zone and the other could fit for the 'offtime' ?

kind of wanted to avoid saying a european and usa originally since not sure where the bulk of interest is for time zones ^^;


or just something on separate days instead of all in one day?

Re: crafting classes?

Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 4:12 pm
by Chris_Robin
I used to run "Crafting Classes" as a DM several years ago. I picked a Saturday morning (around 11am ET) which could accommodate many of our European friends and some of our West Coast folks if they didn't mind getting up about 8am PT or so. I would post on the forums in advance so folks knew when it was and they were always held in the Crafting Hall (assuming it's still there).

They were documented in my DM reports for any DM's interested.

Re: crafting classes?

Posted: Fri Jan 25, 2019 4:54 pm
by Shiba_Ujimitsu
I'm in Texas (CST) and work a standard day. So most weekends are good for me, or after 6pm usually.

Chris's response of running at 11 am (EST) on Saturday would work for me, and I'd like to include some of the Euro people which I don't get to see much. :D


@Heather
I get to miss all of these... :(
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I know rote does noon to 3pm pacific (-8) on tuesdays, and ace usually does one on thursdays noon to 2pm pacific (-8)
and there's usually a pubcrawl at midnight on mondays until around 2am or 3am tuesday pacific (-8)
deider runs stuff on that starts on Tuesday and Wednesday 11pm until around 1am pacific (-8)
also he has another on Thursday it looks at from noon to 2pm pacific (-8)

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