Or, my gaming adventures and mis-adventures. Things at least remotely related to gaming in general.
Friday was a quiet game of mostly Dungeons & Accountants. We got out of the dark and forbidding lands and back into civilization.
We had some decent role play and walked unmolested to the coast. I guess we are big scary adventurers now. Bandits run the other way.
It's been two game years since the campaign started. Raphael, my character is now 12th level as are most of the others. Raphael doesn't see himself as an intimidating person. It just does not occur
It's the busy weekend. Gaming this evening at OU, a MDLUG meeting tomorrow and my own game after that. So I'll be thin on the ground here at PnP for the weekend.
I expect that tonight's game will be a soft one, lots of role-playing. Last week will killed a dragon, and this week we get back to civilization. For months we have not seen the sun. I play to enjoy every minute. Our pockets are full of loot and we managed to not get anyone killed. We even came out a character ahead.
Well the Friday game session is finished again.
Due to a change in work schedule my Son (Matthew) was able to join the Friday group. To our buffet of side dishes (As he named it) he added a straight up fighter. I didn't know you could do those any more.
Ian -- Erisvet (sp) female Elf Ranger-Monk-Sorcerer (The last from a Chaos card)
Ben -- Funkin, male Gnome Bard-Magician-Meister
Jan -- Miles, male Half Dragon (chaos card again) Monk-Tattooed
We have a new member of the group, Ben is up from Alabama and finds us agreeable. I look forward to seeing more of him.
The adventure for the night started in the Townhouse kitchen. Now this kitchen is a modern addition to the ancient hearth and hard work model that is under it. In the process of installing this kitchen, literally bolted on top of the old one the cellar stairs got blocked. The Scowler had no use for the basement. Unlike the upper floors he didn't bother
I don't like this narrow window. Can we at least get one as wide as the regular posts?
Yes, the Thindacarulle Game has started a new cycle of characters. I have spent the last two weeks madly flailing at the keyboard getting the game ready to rock in a serious way. Some enthusiasm from me I hope will jar the jaded old players back into a semblance of enthusiasm as well. After 33 years you need to switch things up once in a while to get the juices going again.