The Team Swamp and Team Tuesday are in the process of being consolidated.
This will be the future home of Team Swampday.
That was not what I intended by the comment. Please check your email.
Okay, I’ll bite.
I’m sorry you feel that there was any intimation that the campaign has ended. Do you know something about the game that I don’t?
What follows is long-winded, much like that email I sent, so I’ll sum it up:
The campaign has not ended.
I never heard back from everyone about scheduling.
I’m running another game that has no bearing on the campaign.
I sent out an email about a month ago outlining what would be necessary to get the campaign back up and running for both respective groups, and I don’t believe I mentioned anything that could be construed as ending the game prematurely.
When I didn’t get word from either Team about when that Team’s constituents could get together to play, I was pretty disheartened. But I was still faced with a few people who were eager for some gaming and I began working on the Pathfinder campaign mentioned in my email. This was primarily to scratch the gaming itch for myself and those who demonstrated interest and pestered me for particulars. Scheduling was one of the chief issues broached in the social contract for this game in order to try to minimize some of the bugbears that seemed to be stalling previous games and interfering with table time.
As I’m sure you are aware, putting together and hosting games is a whole lot of work for a GM, especially one that get’s as wrapped up in things as I do. But I wouldn’t do it if I didn’t derive enjoyment out of it. I was devoting a lot of my time to prepping for both Teams, and it was always disappointing when that effort felt wasted because a game didn’t happen at the last minute for whatever reason.
The scheduling solution I proposed was an attempt to address this by allowing me to have both adequate preparation time and assurance of who would be in attendance so that prep was tailored to the players who were going to be present. I don’t think this was an unreasonable request, and I received no responses that indicated it was. So the ball remains, as it has for almost a month, in the players’ courts, each player has the means and methods to contact players in their respective parties to decide when a good time would be to convene for gaming, and even in our hermitage Candace and I still manage to see people from time to time. All that remains then is to communicate this to me so that I can schedule and plan accordingly.
I hope this adequately addresses any concerns you may have about the status of the game, if additional clarification is required, please let me know.
Sad to see it end.