Under the Baron's 'Turn the page' thread in the Gardens of Stone group, I posted the first part of the first week's review for my '04 12th Annual Running of Ravenloft. Here I will continue the story of what was one of my favorite Ravenloft groups. For convenience I will again introduce the members of the band:
Cast of Characters:
Angus Shadowborn - Human paladin from the Great Kingdom of Avonleigh closely related to Kateri and Alexi Shadowborn
Gohan - Half-elf fighter/druid
Sleepy rejoins the crew after spending time on lookout duty. Jimmy the Cod and slick fill him in on all that he has missed.
Gambling was in the air, and Jimmy the Cod returns to the addiction, but this time he's a player and gets into a real game - not Larkin Alley, but Beeway's Laundry. Its a back room game run by Ran Beeway and her friend Mr. Wilcut. There is a few house games, and some individuals that play for higfher stakes. He just takes on the house games and about breaks even.
Attached is the note taken from the one of the half-orcs that was carrying the children bound in webbing.
So as my Sandbox game was going the news hit the street that 3.0 was coming out. I heard a lot about the changes coming and thought this would be great as I had a large number of multi-classed demi-humans, especially Half-Elf Fighter/Clerics. I also liked the dropping of the class kits and specialty priest. So I was set for the new rules. Little did I know how wrong I was.
At the time of the release I was working for Games Workshop in one of their retail stores, thus the majority of
Well, it never ends. I sit here, wringing my hands and gnashing my teeth (well, figuratively anyway), worrying about who will be able to make it to tomorrow nights game. I hate not knowing how many people will show up. The games designed around this and to be more fun with less drama... but i still have a problem letting go. I still WANT to put a lot of effort into it, and i can't help it.
the expectations have been set and yet i always seem to expect a higher bar. Its weird to think