I've been asked to post results of play test sessions on line. Transparency is the key! I have nothing to hide, other than the embarrassing stream of consciousness format they ended up in. But, i managed to find older adventure materials too... quite a lot of zipped files with old files in old formats - even scanned notes. Ugh. Now begins the work of putting them into readable format. But its also been a good exercise in seeing how the system evolved. Not having kept good decision logs from the
Busy week. My son graduated from 1st grade this week and became a Wolf in the scouts. Spent a good week with the family and these events. My son is 7 and an only. We have a late life family here and we love it.
Seeing a person grow and learn and develop before your eyes is a moving, difficult and rewarding experience. Iím glad I have the opportunity to be a Dad. One of my number one Thanks God in my prayer list.
He is exposed to gaming; we play Lego Star Wars on the PS3. Itís one of
Well, this is the first part of my notes for the campaign Justanewbie is running, see this thread for details.
I had put together some background information and notes on the character I'll be playing and I figured putting it in a convenient spot would be useful. This seemed convenient, particularly since it'll be his notes that will be filling up this space.
Name: Quintus Sibwarra
Height: 3' 6"
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.