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Just bought the PDF for S/Lay with Me after reading suggestions on this sub and other sites for two-player RPGs. I'm trying to wrap my head. From what little I can find, I get some fantasy and erotic vibes from this game (and the awkward title), but what is it really? Is it a kinky RPG for. Available at last! 28 page PDF: screen-view + print-ready. S/Lay w/Me PDF Ron Edwards. $ custom-speeches.com

This is probably the key thing to understand. It can seem counter-intuitive compared to more traditional RPGs that you say how your action went and then roll the dice. The rolls only say how well things go for you at the very end. Thanks for the breakdown and the PbP example link! I think I understand the general way of things now. Nothing left to do but try it for myself.

I'm glad I could help.

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Do not submit posts looking for players, groups or games. Active members may link out to promote content once per week. I really enjoy Katie Mac Alister books. She writes with a witty, funny, smart, style that incorporates romance and mystery in one story.

Her female main characters are usually strong women with a sense of self and that can be self-deprecating. This is an Aisling Grey, Guardian, novel. This is the first book in the Aisling Grey series.

Poor Aisling is trying to get her life back together after her divorce. Her Uncle Damian gives her a job as a courier. Her first job is to deliver a package to a woman in Paris, France. She arrives in France and she settles into her hotel and is delivering the package at the appointed time to the address she was given.

Before she realizes it she is embroiled in a murder and in trying to clear her name seems to get herself into stickier situations. There were times when I was laughing out loud at what was transpiring. A good story. When she arrives at the buyers house, she finds a dead body and a rather hot guy who steals the statue and leaves her to deal with the police. The following week finds Aisling trying to get the statue back, convince everyone she's not a killer and getting to grips with the fact that otherworldly creatures really exist.

Everyone also seems to think that she is a Aisling Grey has just started working as a courier for her uncle and her first job takes her to Paris to deliver a small dragon statue. Everyone also seems to think that she is a "Guardian", so finding out what that actually means is high on her to-do-list. There's also a dragon who decides that she's his mate, which poses another problem as she really doesn't want to be anyones mate, and any real help from her acquired sidekick Jim doesn't seem to be on the cards either, seeing that he is a powerless demon.

This was a fun and quick read, that had me laughing out loud a lot. I will certainly keep on going with the series. It was an easy, light read full of supernatural elements and alpha males of varying species ; view spoiler [ Definitely some parallels to Stephanie Plum early thirties, kind of a spaz, dubious employment which may have been what drew me to it in the first place. Unlike other novels I've read, she is in denial about her true self for quite a time.

I did find it annoying that she had no idea she was a guardian, yet ju I really didn't expect to like this book at all, but I ended up loving it! I did find it annoying that she had no idea she was a guardian, yet just happened to have all this background knowledge anyway. I think this could have been played more 'oh the pieces are all falling into place now!

They were great accompaniments on her journey through the Otherworld and in giving her a bit of a helping hand or just plain saving her butt! This time I gave it a little longer and finally things kinda picked up. The more I read, the more it sounded like something I had read before: the funny animal sidekick very Rachel Morgan , the hot, yet annoying love interest very Betsy Taylor , the ditzy heroine also very Betsy Taylor. The fact that dragons were involved was new, but the rest of Actual rating: 2.

The fact that dragons were involved was new, but the rest of the story felt very familiar. I only finished it because I needed a Y for an A-Z challenge. If I was to make a comparison, she's a little annoying in the way MacKayla was in the first Fever book, but without the benefit of being young on her side.

Outside of being frustrated half the time, I did think there were good aspects to the Aisling is a courier who falls into a world of supernatural beings. Outside of being frustrated half the time, I did think there were good aspects to the book. The world building and background info when questions are finally answered is actually really interesting. We've got guardian, dragons, witches, and more fun stuff.

Drake is a sexy love interest, and things do get a little steamy between him and Aisling. The demon dog The story is quite predictable, but amusing nonetheless.

Aisling's first job and she's praying not to get fired from it. Aisling's trip to Paris is a first and going according to plan so far. She arrives at the correct address and at the appointed time except finds a dead body for her troubles. The police believe Aisling is responsible for the death despite her claiming her innocence to the crime.

Aisling meets Drake Vireo, a dragon, who steals her courier case all the while calling Aisling a Guardia Aisling Grey works as courier for her Uncle Damien. Aisling meets Drake Vireo, a dragon, who steals her courier case all the while calling Aisling a Guardian. Aisling doesn't know what a Guardian is or what they do.

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Aisling sets about proving her innocence while trying to retrieve her courier case from Drake. Drake is determined that Aisling will be his mate. Can Aisling prove her innocence? Is Aisling really Drake's mate? Who is the real killer? Your answers await you in You Slay Me.

I love sassy, bossy, dry-wit female characters. But I can't stand it when the author makes these fabulous creatures act stupid just to try to feed the book or bring in more useless plot.

It has had me laughing pretty much from the beginning. Gave me a pretty good hot flash for Drake, too. I was afraid the dragon theme would be weird, but hey, if I can swallow vampires, werewolves, fae, oh I decided to read this book cause i was in need of a little humor.

I was afraid the dragon theme would be weird, but hey, if I can swallow vampires, werewolves, fae, oh my and more - why not dragons. I'm glad I went with this book cause it has been a lot of fun and a great humor relief. I had went on a little serious streak and was in need of silly, sexy fun. Great story, fun characters - this book is DEF for me. The demon dog is funny. Rene is cool, although the idea of a cabbie giving up so much free and work time over and over is totally absurd.

And he and another person risk their lives for this girl they just met? Drake is sexy but completely stereotypical. I even liked the police inspector. Most if all, I just didn't really care one way or the other about Ashling. Chicklit doesn't have to mean dumb characters, or treating readers like they're dumb.

I kept waiting for explanations I like the wingmen. I kept waiting for explanations for why Rene was so generous, why Ashling just happened to make a hobby of ancient demonology and remember tons of info that she didn't think was true, etc. A really predictible plot and banter that worked for the dog but not the humans. I'm very underwhelmed. Aisling Grey is a great character who refuses to believe her fate as a Guardian and mate.

This book is funny, sexy, and just a great read. Drake is a great love interest who might I add seems like a very sexy guy. Jim is another great character in this book. He's funny and tends to annoy Aisling throughout the whole book which is quite hilarious.

The mystery tied into this book is something that intrigued me as well.

I love a good myste This was my first adult romance novel and it got me hooked. I love a good mystery. Another thing is the dragons. I love dragons. It's very rare that I find a good dragon book these days but this one was a great one. If you're looking for a good book with dragons this is it. I definitely blew through this book fast. This will always be one of my favorite books.

I do like the parallel work Ms MacAlister has created for her Dragons series, and appears to continue on in her Dark Ones I haven't read enough of them to confirm it, give me time! If you enjoy a bossy, independent - though far from perfect and precise - heroine and a hot and steamy hero, you should enjoy this.

And no, I'm not just saying this, or liking this series, because This wasn't the first time I've read 'You Slay me' and it was just as enjoyable, humorous and 'naughty in places' as ever. And no, I'm not just saying this, or liking this series, because I refer to my children as demonic hordes or because I'm married to a big and hairy half Canadian called Jim.

Annoying heroine. Didn't like her. I know it was all supposed to be funny but I didn't find it to be. The humor felt forced and fell flat. The romance was a dud - Drake was underused and when he was around the only thing they did was bone. There was no emotional connection. The story was frustrating as you don't know what the hell is going on or what anything means because Ais Nope. The story was frustrating as you don't know what the hell is going on or what anything means because Aisling never asks the important questions because she doesn't want to look stupid - so she just stumbles around getting herself into more and more trouble because she is stupid lol.

However, who or what greets her is not the customer but her corpse. In the ensuing panic, she is greeted by a handsome man who claims to be a dragon and who then runs away with her artifact. And Aisling ends up scouring the streets of Paris for the murderer all the while encountering demons and dragons. This book wasn't half so bad. I would have probably rated it higher if I didn't feel so The story follows as the MC, Aisling Grey, goes on a business trip to Paris to deliver an ancient artifact.

I would have probably rated it higher if I didn't feel so overdosed on books. So maybe I'll read this one again in a year or two, possibly at a time when I don't feel asphyxiated by books.

Once she's there, she discovers the owner of the artifact dead, and winds up the prime suspect. She discovers that she is a guardian, and a dragons mate.

In the process of finding out who the real killer is, trouble keeps finding Aisling and her adorable demon dog Jim. Aisling is quirky, ditzy, totally clueless and I totally loved her. Drake is tall, dark, handsome and totally swoon-worthy. Normally non stop humor in a book anno Aisling is hired by her Uncle to take a valuable artifact to Paris. Normally non stop humor in a book annoys me, but it just worked with this book.

I can't wait to read the rest of this series.

I really wish you could give half ratings, because this is more of 4. You Slay Me cracked me up. Poor Aisling was just a naive courier sent to pick up and artifact for her uncle. But when she arrived in Paris to acquire the item, the owner was dead.

She meets Drake who she suspects is the killer. Having one of the most eye opening weeks in her life, she found out there are dragons, demons, witches and oh yeah she is the guardian of a portal and Drake's mate. Jim a sarcastic demon dog with no powers was summoned by Aisling to do her bidding. However he Loved this! However he has his own agenda to eat and pee all over everything. Her new sidekick comes through for her and I really enjoyed this story and can't wait to read the next one.

They say characters are only as intelligent as the author, it does not bode well for Mrs MacAlister. There is almost no interaction between the two main characters, so I have no idea of who Drake is, beside a cardboard outline.

The only thing that gives this book the second star is the demon dog, which paired with a more intelligent main character would have come across as annoying, but since half the time was insulting Aisling as I wanted to do myself, I came to lik Gods above Aisling's stupid.

The only thing that gives this book the second star is the demon dog, which paired with a more intelligent main character would have come across as annoying, but since half the time was insulting Aisling as I wanted to do myself, I came to like Jim most of all.

I really enjoy the playfulness and humor, even though some of it is forced and unrealistic. I think the characters and entire world she has created is interesting and fun. I liked learning more about the different dragons, guardians and other otherworldly creatures running around Europe, although at times it seemed like she was giving a lecture on the history of.

A fun read-good pool-side or beach reading. She also becomes the demon lord to a low-level demon, Jim. Fantastic read with a sassy heroine who rolls well with the punches. She and Drake have great chemistry, and the plot rolls smoothly. Perfect reading.

I had read the silver dragons series first but wanted to find out what happened between Aisling and Drake.

I was originally not sure if I would enjoy it as I have read the next series but I was completely hooked. Reading this book has made me love the characters more cannot wait to continue to the next book to find out what happens next.

I read book 4 first. This did not ruin it for me, I plan to read the next two as well. Hot damn that dragon is yummmmmmy!

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Not as sarcastic banter funny as her vamp series but I still enjoyed her sarcasm in the face of danger attitude along with her inability to filter her thoughts in scary situations. Looking forward to the second book in the series. I made it through one disc and quit.

Part of it was the reader was all wrong, she sounded too old for the character and may have made her sound more idiotic than MacAlister.

I may try this one again in book form. Find, have, hold, and use it. Once it appears, I use it as well, as with anything else. Ending the Match The Match ends at the end of my Go when my column has as many dice as my Monster score, which I reveal at this time.

Alternately, before that point, at the beginning of your Go, if you are losing, you may topple my column.

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This forces me to re-roll all my dice for a new total and ends the Match. The climx Play continues in Goes after the Match. We have seen the totals and the Goal is now nearly resolved: But perhaps one chance remains, as well as many other things to be resolved. We stay engaged with the imagined situation for it is still in motion.

During the Climax, Goes especially need not be rushed. Much can be introduced and much can happen during the closing-out of everything which is required. Find your Good Dice. They are the ones whose values are higher than my lowest die value. For every two Good Dice, you may accomplish one of the following of your choice. Mark them so we both know: Achieve the Goal I Otherwise, it fails mind this option only if you lost the Match; winning the Match means you achieve the Goal for free Ward off, avoid, or recover from the harm the Monster does to you I Otherwise, the Monster hurts you severely and if it does so when you don't achieve the Goal, you die!

Kill or permanently imprison the Monster J Otherwise, the Monster lives, although you escape presuming that you live Save someone in danger, including the Lover if the Lover is indeed at risk I Otherwise, this person dies Accomplish something else I Otherwise, it fails Whatever you do not choose, the contrary must happen. Your Goes demonstrate these decisions, and mine provide reactions and resulting events.

Make sure that the Lover's fate is accounted for by choosing any one of the same parameters as the Lover dice during the Match, to repeat: Abandon him or her to a grim fate J Bring him or her with you when you leave J Leave alone gracefully J Stay there with him or her Your decision about the Lover during the Climax is wholly unconstrained by dice outcome or previous events, but you must choose one of the listed options.

Many Good Dice options and Lover options are more compatible than they seem, even if the Monster and Lover are the same character. They include responses, such as whether the Monster grunts with pain or seems to ignore a wound, or how the Lover reacts verbally and emotionally. They include physical consequences, such as t2r ' whether you easily fend off a blow and press forward, as opposed to being slammed into the canyon, tumbling over and over, but eventually rising and struggling on to challenge the foe again.

Tune it Playing too tight means that you describe things about what you do and say, bringing in aspects of physical locations, objects, and timing only with my permission, and describing other characters' actions and presence only with my permission. It also means that although I have authority over everything else, I provide a little bit of chat about you at most, subject to your veto.

You and I may play fairly tight, with our respective roles only brushing in one another's contributions, but too tight won't work. Among other things, Goes will be too limited in content. Playing it loose means we both have authority over one another's respective domains during our Goes, such that you "borrow" my Monster during your Go, for instance, and I accept your contribution as collaboration with an equal.

We can both invent characters and have full authority over physical space and time. Along with brushing in each other's work, we also lay our hands upon it where the other left off, and extend it. We should go as loose as we want, but not more. When we switch back, you'll return to your hero. If more than two people are playing, the adventures go around and around, with the person just ahead of you being "I" when you are " " you.

If you kill or permanently imprison a Monster, then you gain prestige and capabilities. Add a brief sentence about what you can do to your description.

If you achieve a Goal, then you gain prestige and social power. Add a brief sentence about what you accomplish to your description. If you were harmed by a Monster, you are badly scarred or otherwise irreversibly marked by the experience. Add a brief sentence to your story to describe the effect. Also, I get to roll and add one free die in my column at the beginning of our Matches as long as the effect persists. Removing the effects of a Monster may be stated as part of a later Goal.

Revise your ro-word description as you like before your next adventure. If you begin an adventure in the company of a Lover, you get to roll and add one free die in your column at the beginning of our Match if that Lover is present.

The adventure will include two Lovers, the old and the new, but it must end with either one or none. I get to roll and add one free die in my column Jt the beginning of Matches against this Monster.

An adventure Jnly includes one Monster. Make up a new hero and continue to play J Continue 1 1 "I" so e y as What are we doing here? Over time, as adventures proceed, I try to make you choose to stay.

V jgjt sane webs: Me is a game played by two people at a time. More may participate but only two will be active at once. Enjoying the game requires enthusiastic creativity concerning lovers and monsters. Lay has become my go-to 'let's play a game! Loved it.Thank you! Oh and the demon following her around, cmon thats just donkey off Shrek but way less hilarious I laughed a lot while reading You Slay Me and I have to say that isn't always easy to do. I kept waiting for explanations I like the wingmen.

I did find it annoying that she had no idea she was a guardian, yet ju I really didn't expect to like this book at all, but I ended up loving it!

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