Dude I love RPG's! I had a great time and met some fun, dorky people like myself. It's very satisfying when other people get your moronic jokes.
The game is bi-weekly and on Thursday nights, which is perfect. The wife and kid survived, I dare say, even had a good time without me. Just so you know, I wore the blue warlord.
It's good to be back regardless of the game system or edition. It's the people at the table that make the game what it is.
Updated 03-20-2009 at 12:48 AM by kirksmithicus
Yesterday I finally found a group playing a 4e D&D game. They play every Thursday, so later this evening I'll be playing my first ever game of the new 4e. I'm so excited, I feel like a 16 year old girl going to her first prom. "Should I wear the blue warlord or the pink rogue, I JUST CAN'T MAKE UP MY MIND!" "...okay maybe that's not the greatest analogy. Seriously though I'm interested to see how the game really works instead of just reading the rules and trying to picture
Updated 01-27-2009 at 01:24 PM by kirksmithicus
Maybe i misspoke or spoke too soon about all my notes.I forgot that most are them are handwritten and damned few made it to the digital age. In fact going digital was one thing that killed the campaign. So its a labor intensive process to put most of my notes on line. Is there a place around this site that accepts pdfs? I can scan notes to that in a heart beat.
Meanwhile i dug out some early digital notes - written on the write program in the old Windows 3.0 days- and saved to floppy
Updated 01-21-2009 at 12:57 PM by jerrykimbro
Session two started with the party learning the hard way they should probably do some scouting before running into an enemy lair. The encounter started off not too bad. A few kobolds, only 2:1 odds, easy day. Then the armored kobolds showed up, and the spell caster, and Irontooth (a rather beefy goblin). First the paladin fell, then got back up and fell again. Next the ranger (melee) joined the land of the unconsious. Then the unbelievable happened. The warlock and cleric managed to kill
Christmas and the New Year
I hope everyone had a good Christmas and is having a good new year.
As for me my son Nathan (17 mo. old) spent Christmas in the hospital due to his chronic illness but we made the best of it and had a happy holiday. I went home, disassembled the Christmas tree transported it to the hospital and reassembled it so that we could have something to put all of Nate’s presents under on Christmas Eve. We hung the stocking on the iv
Updated 01-20-2009 at 02:56 PM by kirksmithicus