Im running a game night for some folks from the Space Marine PC game group im a member of. But we havent' got enough to get a full group going.
I need 2 more players for a online game anyone in?
East Coast US evening is when we will be running it.
Here is a link to a video that tells what Deathwatch is all about.
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- Deathwatch - is a roleplaying game in which you take on the role of a member of the Adeptus Astartes - the devout, bio-engineered super-soldiers also known as Space Marines. After many years of exemplary service within your own chapter, you have been singled out and selected to join one of the most unique and specialized collectives of Space Marines - the Deathwatch.
Only the most exceptional candidates from the fighting forces of the Adeptus Astartes are invited to join the mysterious Deathwatch; to take on a new oath to safeguard the Imperium from the darkest of threats. You will now be called into service to hunt down and destroy hostile xenos forces, to seek out and crush the root of heresy and sedition, and to continually fight against the foul daemon menace that crawls forth hungrily from beyond the Warp. You are at the fore of Mankind's war for survival against an extremely hostile universe.
I can provide books for any who need them.
Either way the game will be played via Google+ Hangouts and likely recorded as a web series for folks interested in the game and the rest of the chapter's amusement. You do not need a camera for google+ to work but you can use it if you like. We may also use Roll20 or a similar service to store our character sheets ect. I will let you know when we get ready to play.
I have books if anyone needs anything.
I can also provide pregen characters if you don't wanna roll up a character.
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