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  1. Kevins Game-Savage Tide Part 4

    My wife was sick so arrived late for the game just as the party was finishing off some crazy bats. Apparently the party was tasked at gaining allies with the Olmans to fight off the impeding crimson fleet. It was revealed that the Olman Bat god was angered by it's idol being stolen and the volcano rumbling in anger. I had mentioned the lack of any rumbling why it tooks us weeks to cross the island but there you go...

    It just so happens we had found a bat idol on a dinky island where ...

    Updated 03-27-2009 at 01:32 AM by wizarddog

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  2. The Horpyroot Elementary School of Smurfs

    “Welcome! Welcome to Horpyroot Elementary School! I hope you all have found your classes with ease today. My name is Ms. Wormwas,” the teacher announced. She surveyed her new students over the rim of her glasses as they shuffled to their chairs. A plump smurf with a brown beard opened the door, humming a tune and leading a first grader to a chair. He wore a pointy hat of hay, tattering about the rim, a white t-shirt, and brown overalls. He waddled around, noticed the raised brow of Mrs. Wormwas, ...
    Chapter 2
  3. Orclands Session 1: Feb 15, 2009

    by , 03-20-2009 at 12:58 AM (Inside lives a goblin that feeds on indecision.)
    (Yes, this log is horribly late. I hope to catch up before next session.)

    The Story So Far


    All the People of the Ashen Hand have a duty to stand watch at the borders of their lands. Saddle the shaman and Thinks Much the scholar, as residents of Green Plains Village, spent their mandatory two weeks standing watch at a camp near the Swiftwater River, within sight of the Over-Sea-Folk settlement on the other side.

    Across the river, ...
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  4. First 4e game: Further Comments (3/20/09)

    I'll start off by eating some crow. I had the chance to briefly look through the PHB2. I must admit that I was blown away by some of the material, some really good stuff. My group plays at one of the local game shops and by the time we finished the game I had made up my mind to purchase the book. Unfortunately our game ran late and they had already closed the register by the time we finished up. So I'll have to wait until tomorrow or Saturday to pick it up.

    As with all games, there ...

    Updated 04-02-2009 at 12:28 AM by kirksmithicus

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  5. More on the game.

    I don't like this narrow window. Can we at least get one as wide as the regular posts?


    Yes, the Thindacarulle Game has started a new cycle of characters. I have spent the last two weeks madly flailing at the keyboard getting the game ready to rock in a serious way. Some enthusiasm from me I hope will jar the jaded old players back into a semblance of enthusiasm as well. After 33 years you need to switch things up once in a while to get the juices going again. ...