There is a kingdom in my upcoming Pathfinder game called Gildred. What do you call people who are from Gildred? What adjective denotes something or someone that has roots in Gildred?
-Gildrish (Gildrish muthafucka, do you speak it?!)
-Gildrecian (Pronounced gil-dreesh-en)
-Gilder (Maybe the language or the people only?)
I've been asking my players, but I also ask you, fellow bloggers.
Pathfinder is supposed to start Friday. I do not feel ready, though I cannot put my finger on why, exactly. This was actually a recurring thing with d20; I never felt like I knew the system *well* enough. I was never completely comfortable winging it or changing it like I was when I ran 2nd Edition in high school...or hell, when I've run B/X, Cyclopedic, or AD&D1 as recently as last year.
PF is much crunchier than I like my games. However, I'm keeping it core rules only for now, and I think my wife and friends deserve to play something they really like. I was pretty much the only one who was really soured on d20, but since I was the DM...well... you know how it goes. After letting my own gaming preferences rule the roost for so long, it's time to be a team player.
...besides, I still have my Stars Without Number game to satisfy my need for simple, easily tweaked games.