Our group finds itself needing some bigger scores, funds is getting low. They've recruited 'Twitch' - a nervous, second-story burglar as part of the crew now and he brings some needed skills, a jittery (though light) touch and good physical and thief skills.
Jimmy the Cod hears of a new game opening up in Larkin Alley and hes been practicing his gambling skills. The group goes and stays for a night in this low class back alley den. Jimmy has incredible luck and walks away with a big
Updated 05-28-2009 at 11:45 AM by templeorder
I found all my old stuff on e-bay. It’s all there, if you can afford it that is. Magic Realm, love the game, long ago lost mine, $75 + to own. Do I love it that much, well no.
The on line realm allows me to reach back in time to the things I once loved, and find I still do. Perhaps we cling to the familiar in life. The same seat in meetings, the same haunts, the same friends. Maybe we feel more comfortable with things we learned to trust over the years and new things are too hard to
Castle Ravenloft Session 1 / Part 2
“Ah my guests…please join me for dinner…after that last encounter with some of the denizens of my castle you must be famished.”
My skeptical group walked into a dining room where strahd sat at the head of a table facing him (Honestly didn’t understand why the book originally sat it up for him to be RIGHT next to them as they entered the door with his back to them…that’s not the Strahd I’m roleplaying anyway). I tried to set this
I thought I'd post this before I forget. Just an idea I had for a game where every PC had some relation to necromancy, necrotic, or undead. Not sure what system would work well for it, but one that would allow the PC's to come from a world based upon the unliving, the rotting, and be nearly completely devoid of actual life.
I don't know where I'm going with this, but I'll bring it up to my group for discussion.
Originally, last Saturday was slated to be another session of the Tsojcanth game. However, myself (the DM), was on my way towards our meeting place when I came across the local fire departments fire engine on the way to a call. I could see that there was only the driver in the truck, and having a medic background, I turned the truck around and followed the fire engine to a house fire.
Worked out good, since I ended up being the first medic on the scene, in case one was needed. Luckily