Salamanthar’s Campaign – An Eberron Adventure! (Part 3)
998-999 YK, 3rd Sul of Aryth.
A skycoach high above the streets of Fairhaven, capital city of the nation of Aundair
The late autumn air russled through Salamanthar's red hair as he whipped across the Fairhaven sky in the back seat of an open air skycoach. The landscape of the city was much more impressive when seen from above but still Slamanathar was not much more impressed. He sat on the edge of his seat both literally
Updated 02-10-2010 at 07:31 PM by cigamnogard
I have returned from a year long void. Maybe some people will remember me but I'm sure most won't. Well, anyway, It's good to be back.
Hmm, might have to make a trip up to Punxitawny (spelling?) and make stew out of Phil so that he stops seeing his shadow. Our tabletop group was supposed to get together last Saturday for a game session, but Mother Nature decided to drop the big snow storm out here. Many of the members had power outages, not to mention the problem with all that snow on the roads. If the weather cooperates, we are going to try for this Saturday, Feb. 13th. If we do get to game, I will get Belsar's journal entry updated
Well, this is a random rant I don't know many of you will want to read but I just have to get it off of my chest.
This has to do with the general subject of romance in role playing. Most of the role playing I've done has had a bit of romance in it and some innocent flirting which is fine. Though it never was the primary focus, it gave an interesting twist to the plot and me being a romantic, I had a blast with it.
There have been games where there has been a whorish type
Which is essentially what a DM does.
There were a couple of sessions I didn't blog about because they were kinda short. But the group brokered a treaty between some kobolds and dwarves and now war has broken out. So the group is heading to the Confederation of Kingdoms to convince them to ally with Borellon and Callan, because otherwise the relative evenness of the two sides forces would result in a long, bloody, war (not counting the humanoid tribes involved.) The group: