Odd thoughts, random musings, and irreverent commentary. Oh, and that roleplaying stuff, too~
I hate moving.
Like, a lot.
And yet, I seem to do it every other frickin' year. It's like the Olympics - just when you forget, it pops up again two years later. Argh.
This move didn't even have to happen, either; we leave California, find a nice little house within walking distance of the campus, and hope to Spongebob we'd be there til we're both done with our respective schooling.
Naturally, the owner of the house decides
Interlude: Tomorrow's Shadow
This session had half as many players - just the one, Anthony's - as the first, so we played out a lot of the investigative legwork.
Last time, our protagonists found themselves in the Carter family mausoleum, from a tip by local ectomancer Juno Shadix. A zombie-and-weird-spirit-thing fight left them with a few leads to follow. But which to pursue first? And how much information should be shared, in investigating the violation of the Fifth
Updated 05-08-2009 at 04:14 PM by Sascha
Episode 1: "Three Times a Corpse"
"Dark magicks skitter across the Seattle cityscape, stirring the dead to return to the world of the living ..."
It was a dark, not-so-stormy night. Suddenly, a shot rang out!
... Or would have, had Saresh not been taking precautions in the hit contracted by Uncle Enzo. As the Assamite left the hotel building via the fire stairs, a child appeared in the hallways, asking about his lost kitten. Saresh,
Updated 05-08-2009 at 04:15 PM by Sascha
The paladin wishes this was fiction <evilgrin>
Feels good to get to drawing again, though :P
The Seattle scene in the early 21st Century holds many secrets best kept hidden: Vampires stalk the nightlife. Shapeshifters prowl the wilds and, occasionally city streets themselves. Conflicts between the Faerie courts spill into the mortal realm. The dead themselves return to the living world on unfinished business. And otherwise normal people Awaken to power undreamed of in their everyday existences.
Relations between the various factions are stressed at best, largely due to a Pact