Shortbow out and strung, arrow pulled taut and ready, the Elven Hunter peers into the darkness beyond the door from around Khan's broad back. Motioning the others to wait, he steps forward to back up Peebo and give his Low Light vision a minute to adjust. He then scans the room and the walls to see what he
can find, if nothing jumps out to attack.
Without turning, he stage whispers to the rest: "Perhaps light behind Peebo and I might be useful.... Please be careful to stay
So in my previous post you see that I had a lot of lofty ideals that I had planned for last adventure....did they happen? Well...not exactly.
Before I even begin I fell prey to the "Underestimating the Players" rule that every dm stumbles on every once a blue moon. I knew, as I planned last adventure that even as I was going to kill my party that they'd come back....BUT...they didn't know this..so they fought tooth and nail, used everything in their power to stay alive,
I have a small question (actually a series of questions) about 4e combat and weapons but didn't think it warranted it's own thread because it's so specific. So I'll post it here. If you happen to play or DM 4e, I would appreciate your input. So my character uses a Javelin as a ranged weapon. If my character were to use the same Javelin as a melee weapon, would it fall under the weapon category of Spear, Javelin, or is it an improvised weapon (since it's intended purpose is as a thrown weapon)? Basically
Updated 04-07-2009 at 10:58 PM by kirksmithicus
So our cleric begs us to go back to town. Begs, begs, begs.
We decide, got nothing better to do (we did, but ahh well), and decided to go back to town. A whole session later, we go to a pig farm, buy a pig, and the cleric announces he is going to train him into a warpig.
With that he slams down this pewter pig mini.
In short, we went through this whole ordeal just so he could make use out of his fancy new mini.
Like I said last
Long have the Gods of the unnamed world been absent. Self-absorbed in the pursuit of distraction they have neglected that which they created. Once more the God of creation turns his all seeing and knowing eye back to the world that he created to intercede in the affairs of men.
I have taken an interest in my the world that I was working on last year, after a near six or seven month break. The world has no name, I simply call it the Prometheus Project. You may have seen the link at the