Sandovhal, Farold and Hap all meet back up in Braddon Bog to review the last few months of relative 'quiet' and discover many of their former companions dead. Enemies and events have transpired against them in a large way. Aruna has arrived from House Malor, at first seemingly to get more details on Morgent's death, bit it becomes apparent to all that she has come to take his place. Having no alternative and in desperate need of a magi's skills, she is accepted into the group. After much debate
Updated 05-25-2009 at 05:17 PM by templeorder
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So on Saturday WotC sponsored the D&D game day. I went again, after attending the last game day, where I had a pretty good time. So this time I was a little more prepared with what to expect. So, overall the adventure was pretty good and the characters were easier to run, being that they were lower level. They used figs from the new Heroes line of miniatures. The use of old figs being a complaint of mine last time. So that was cool. This time I played an Eladrin Wizard, neither the race or class
No gaming reports? Wonder why?
We are painting the bedroom and repairing the damaged plaster work this week. Sue is home form work. We started Monday, and have yet to touch paint.
Rip out the damaged plaster and remove the bottom window trim. Two slight nicks to the right hand. Par for the course in demo work. That went simply enough.
Big Issue, the window sill is split, warped and rotting. Must be replaced. Custom cut hunk of wood made by some long
Well, this is the second day I've been sick and stayed home with a tension migraine and now... well, unmentionable bowels. Normally the Thug Life crew would meet, and we got 2 new characters coming in, a second story man and a bouncer from the brothels. Everyone was jazzed and who gets sick!? At least i have a CT scan tomorrow and may know more. If I'm dying, i swear my last act will be to roll some dice while kissing my wife! (OK, that last part was a joke, and a sad one... no judging!)
Ahhh...the good old days.
It was on my 8th birthday when I received a gift that influenced the rest of my life: the red-box D&D Basic Set.
I remember staring at the cover of the box, the dragon, the gold, the heroic figure ready to do battle, and getting a chill up my spine. For the next several years, I delved in dungeons, explored castles, wandered forests and accumulated wealth, magic, followers, lands, and experience.
I negotiated with the Lord of the Keep on the Borderlands