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Quarterly reports 2001:

Milestones and Deliverables

Q1 -- S.E.A.D.S. Welcomes our affiliate The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale

We have sponsored many games hosted on the campus of The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. This year was a busy one with numerous games sponsored by our affiliate The A.I.R.P.G.A.

Some games hosted include:

  • Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 2nd Edition rules.
  • Advanced Dungeons and Dragons 3rd Edition rules.
  • White Wolf Vampire the Masquerade. (Table top)
  • Minds Eye Theater Vampire the Masquerade. (L.A.R.P.)
  • R.P.G.A. Living city sanctioned games.
  • Battle Tech.
  • Advanced Dungeons and Dragons Gold box series Multiplayer game Dark Queen of Krynn.
  • Seven Seas.
  • Magic the Gathering
  • Diablo based Home brew game.
  • B.A.R. Living city campaigns.

Q2 -- A.I.R.P.G.A. Expansions.

We hosted a fund raiser to help the club get started with adding books and supplies to there organization. Created several web based affiliates to merge with The A.I.R.P.G.A. and our parent company S.E.A.D.S. Services.

Q3 -- S.E.A.D.S. Entering the ConEvents

  • Sends members of The A.I.R.P.G.A. to Necronomicon 2001 and Hosts several games their.  We also helped staff the convention as well as offered discount room rates to members of The A.I.R.P.G.A.
  • S.E.A.D.S. participates at TropiCon by hosting a table and offering discount rates to its members and affiliates.
  • S.E.A.D.S. Sends members of the A.I.R.P.G.A. to ConQuest 2001 for more gaming events locally for all of its members and affiliates.

   For further details please contact the webmaster.

Q4 -- Live Action Role Playing games.

  • With our newest affiliate we have been able to expand our Role Playing experience into L.A.R.P.s Though Table top gaming is still our primary focus we have had allot of interest and participation Co Sponsoring many L.A.R.P. Style games. This will probably be a strong focus in the year to come and you may see many more L.A.R.P. Gaming resources on out pages but for now we wish to direct you to our Vampire Pages for further info on this new and exciting gaming event. 
  • Welcome to Tampa Asylum We have sent members to participate in a L.A.R.P. Held in the Tampa area. It seems to be a very large L.A.R.P. and our users of this web site are encouraged to participate if they are interested in Live Action Role-playing games.
  • Onlinegamers.seads.org will be our newest focus and this site should be up and running soon. This will be our Multiplayer online gaming services to follow the release of Never Winter Nights some time in 2002. Please visit the site for further information.

If you have ideas of other areas we should expand to Please Contact The Captain and give him your Suggestions. We hope to make 2002 our biggest year.


Below is a Reprint of our monthly news and events for 2001

December 2001

S.E.A.D.S. Role Players will be changing our gaming schedule this winter. For more info on Events we are participating in please visit our Scheduling page to see the most up to date list of games we host and or participate in.

  • L.A.R.P. Is taking off please visit our Vampire page for details Vampire the Masquarade.

  • The Living City game hosted by B.A.R. is running every other Sunday (Dec. 16, Dec. 30, Jan 13) Please Visit Yahoo Groups B.A.R. for further information

  • D&D 2nd Edition Campaign Sundays B.A.R. Does not meet.

  • Other games T.B.A.

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November 2001

  S.E.A.D.S. Role Players and The A.I.R.P.G.A. entered in our first official Broward Area Role Players tournament Sunday November 11, 2001. We sponsored a group of 8 players in there Living City Campaign hosted at The Lost Realms of Boca Raton. If you would be interested in joining us the games are hosted every other Sunday with the acceptation of Sunday November 24,2001 as this week end has been moved to December 2, 2001 for the Thanks Giving weekend. For further information please contact Director of gaming.

        We are presently looking for players for a new game that will be run on Tuesdays. The game is Seven Seas and it shall be a new campaign hosted at The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, Main Building room 435, 1:00pm - 6:00pm or Possibly Saturdays Main Building room 434, 1:00pm - 7:00pm. For further info on this game please contact the Director of Operations.

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October 2001

Our Necro Convention was a great hit contact Director of Operations for more info. also view Necro

Vampire the Masquerade is still open to players please contact the DMG for more info

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     September 2001

                   Our Sunday gaming sessions have now expanded to 10 players this is the max we have had in all of our gaming sessions. We are still looking for now gamers and new DMs to host games but the Sunday campaign may be closed to new players until our numbers lower a few. We do have openings on occasion as not all 10 players attend every session but you will need to contact the DM to see if we have an open slot to work you in. S.E.A.D.S. RPG Pages wil lbe happy to add more gaming sessions in the need arises.

        S.E.A.D.S. RPG pages are entering our first ever gaming conventions. We have members of the A.I.R.P.G.A. traveling to Tampa Florida to enter in to the Necronomicon convention. This is an open convention and any one interested if participating is encouraged to contact the Director of Operations to see if we can help get you a slot to run a game or participate in a game. The convention runs around the clock through the weekend of Oct 27, 28, and 29. Member price to A.I.R.P.G.A. members is $100.00 per person which includes, hotel, transportation, registrations and food at the convention. If you are in the Tri county area of Broward, Dade and Palm Beach you are welcome to join our caravan to the conventions. Or fees due by Oct 20 please contact our Director of Operations for more info. moveball.gif (2196 bytes)

      August 2001

          Welcome ye weary traveler, Our affiliated club the A.I.R.P.G.A. is gaming twice a week. The organization is running a 3rd edition Advanced Dungeons and Dragons campaign of Thursdays from 12:00noon until 5:00pm Every Thursday in Room 321 of the Main Building. The Club holds there weekly meeting from 5:00pm till 6:00pm. The Second Game is hosted by The Captain DMG and is using 2nd edition rules. That gaming session is held on Saturdays Room 434 Main Building from 12:00noon until  7:00pm and has been topping 6th level. Members and non members are welcome to participate. Please contact the DMG via email at:

airpga@bellsouth.net

The Club is now taking members to sign up for a Vampire Campaign that shall begin this term as well as all Magic The Gathering players, Battle Tech, and War Hammer campaigns begin in September. Interested gamers please contact the DMG at:  airpga@bellsouth.net for further information.

 Alternaty Gamers. The AIRPGA is considering beginning anAlternity Campaign this term or for the fall term. Please contact the DMG if you are interested airpga@bellsouth.net 


  July 2001

If ye are having troubles accessing certain files this is due to the following.

        Hail the and well met the true gamers that venture to these pages. S.E.A.D.S. RPG Pages have recently been contacted by an individual claiming to represent Wizards of the Coast and it seems he is not happy with the intricate works of this site as we have incorporated several items that are now the property of Hasbro formerly Wizards of the Coast Formally TSR. It seems Hasbro does not have enough money owning the largest gaming publisher in the hobby to the best of my knowledge. It seems the certain individual whom Identifies himself as  David Wise, RPG Clubs and Subsidiary Rights Director for Wizards of the Coast. Due to this in connivance we are in the process of revamping our web site. All Gaming items that were previously downloadable from this site are temporarily being moved to a privet section on our site that will only be accusable via authorized DMs and associates of S.E.A.D.S. RPG Pages. Once the issue is resolved we shall attempt to direct our web guests to the proper channels in order to access the aforementioned items. E-commerce site and other sources where they may purchase our products if they like, I personally am very disappointed with this decision of Wizards of the Coast but they are in business to make money . Free downloads are still available at:

http://www.wizards.com/dnd/DnDDownloads_classics.asp

    Wizards of the Coast does offer a electronic download area where Wizards of the Coast can charge a fee for the products they do not wish to continue production of for there own reasons. I personal will no longer support Wizards of the Coast and will not be purchasing any more of their products in the upcoming campaign I run. This is my decision but I feel I would like to encourage the same amongst our web guests. We as a group and as hobbyists should let our feelings be known to this above mentioned individual and the corporation who believes limiting access to their products is the why to keep there business on top. Personally I know of dozens of other gaming sources that are free to the general public and supported by the general public. TSR in their hey day were a highly talented and creative group but once Wizards of the Coast purchased the rights to TSR the quality of products being released dwindled as Wizards seemed  more concerned with there Magic cards which have falling in popularity over the past few years. Next Wizards created Poke Mon cards and went with this product line. Now with the release of 3rd edition gaming systems to their Advanced Dungeons and Dragons line Wizards is attempting to limit our access to the older system we have used for years and promoting there newest gaming system the d20 line. I believe this will be just another nail in Wizards coffin but only time will tell. I have played 3rd Edition games and the gaming system is a bit easier once you spend hours relearning how to game but all previous products are very difficult to convert to 3rd edition rules and a gamer using 3rd edition rules must repurchase all of the books and modals in order to continue with the 3rd edition gaming. I personally have probably over $3000.00 worth of 2nd edition products and the yare all virtually useless in a 3rd edition campaign If you would like to voice your opinion to David Wise he may be contacted at: wiseguy@wizards.com

    All information in this post is the opinion of Myself the webmaster and do not necessarily include the ownership and management of S.E.A.D.S. Services. All TSR products formerly available on this server shall be accessible via Authorized DMGs only. You need a password and login to access these items this service will be open to DMGs in S.E.A.D.S. Sponsored campaigns only. WE apologize for the in Convenience please direct your hate mail to  Wiseguy above. 

  • Future access to the above mentioned information will be available via other channels Please visit herefor future information.

    Our Server here at S.E.A.D.S. has a huge section dedicated to TSR's Advanced Dungeons and Dragons. There are many different worlds one may wish to play in but we here at S.E.A.D.S. have dedicated this sight (for now) to Dragonlance and The Forgotten realms. If there are any gamers out there that would like to add to our pages for these ore even to start a new section dedicated to Gray Hawke, Plainscape, Alternity, or any of the other adventure/sci-fi gamming worlds please contact our Webmaster  The Captain as he will be pleased to add your material to this sight. Thanks and please feel free to offer suggestions, ideas, or any other input about this sight to our Webmaster.  Thanks and have a great day.

Feel free to visit the news groups:

news://news.seads.com/seads.dm

news://news.mia.bellsouth.net/rec.games.frp.dnd

news://news.mia.bellsouth.net/alt.games.frp.util

many items may be downloaded via this newsgroup all one must do is request the item they are interested in. If you are not familiar with news group access please contact your ISP.

 

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May 2001 

S.E.A.D.S. RPG Pages is now expanding to The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. We are forming a new club for the students of the college. We are in negations with the Dean and President of the college to attempt a partnership with a college and forming a new club on campus with gamming competitions and events co-hosted by S.E.A.D.S. RPG Pages and the newly forming A.I.R.P.G.A. on campus. For further information contact The DMG for the club on campus Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesdays from noon to 1:00pm You may also contact the S.G.A. on campus as well as Joel of Student activities on the first flour of the main building. The details of the club are still being put together but you can review a tentative Bi-Laws here: A.I.R.P.D.A. Bi-Laws You may also download a Word Document flyer to share with your friends.

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February 2001

  • Well the new year is already on the move. We have not added anything new  to our Role Player pages as of yet but we at S.E.A.D.S. are always looking for new additions to the sight. please contact our webmaster to pass on any ideas you might have or something you as the guest might like to see posted on our sight. 
  • All games are continuing as
  • We would like to add a Gray Hawke section to our gamming sessions. If you would be interested in this new addition please contact the events director Captain Howdy
  • Alternity is another world that holds an interest to some of our gamers. If you would be interested in gamming in the Alternity gamming world please contact our Events director Captain Howdy.
  • Ravenloft is another gamming world we are looking into. Please contact our Events Director Captain Howdy for further info or suggestions.

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January 2001 

  • Welcome to the new year here with us at S.E.A.D.S. We have changed our line up a bit to suite the requests  from our Gamers. we have juggled some of our gamming days around. Please note this schedule change.
  •  The Savage North group will now meet on Sundays and 2:00pm in the main gamming room.
  • The Baldur's Gate game will now be held on Fridays starting at 5:30pm On the Internet.
  • The Dragonlance sessions will now be on Saturdays at 6:00pm Main gaming room.
  • The new campaign run by our latest DM Mr. JJ will be on Saturdays at 2:00pm in the main gaming room

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