Session Date: February 7th, 2009
The Players: Alucinor (The 'elven' Rogue), SpiffyBananaFoot (Tim the Eladrin Wizard), Corii (Snow the elven Ranger), Aidan (Red the Dragonborn Warlord), JonDOT (Mason, a human fighter), Krackmonkey (Jonas, Dragonborn Swordmage)
On the Other Side
Having regrouped from their tribulations with the manticore and the unstable bridge, the party makes haste along their journey. As they make some distance between themselves and the bridge,
So, this past weekend I began my first Savage Worlds campaign set in the "dark fantasy" setting called Sundered Skies. For those who don't know, the world of Sundered Skies is a very non-traditional one. Long ago in an age long-forgotten, the world was devastated by a great cataclysm and was torn into little pieces and scattered across the void. Those that survived the destruction were faced with a new world beyond belief. Now, the hundreds of disjointed floating islands drift through
Updated 02-19-2009 at 06:46 PM by Webhead
[FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=3]I’ll start with some background since some of my posts become less about the campaign substance and more about the game system.[/SIZE][/FONT]
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[SIZE=3][FONT=Times New Roman]The town and keep of Sodor (yes, I ripped that off – my son is a Thomas the train fan) was experiencing some trouble with a blue dragon and local kobold tribes. The player characters, all strangers at first, were arriving in the town of Sodor
Three Oaks - The main story location. Governed by the local Council of Five. This is a highly spiritual town, obedient to the tenets of their city god, Amaal Arnisth. One of these is a prohibition against the possession or crafting of metal. It is believed that the influence of refined metal harms one's spirit, separating it from the flow of nature. Goods exchange is conducted mainly through barter or using marble chits.
Kalia - A city on
Updated 04-26-2009 at 06:06 PM by GoddessGood
I’ve found a couple more that I don’t like the look of, but seem to be okay.
The plural of bus can be buses or busses, but to me, busses means kisses.
Chord has an anatomical meaning, so I guess that “vocal chords” is acceptable.
I’ll start this batch off with another mathematical quibble.
DIVIDING BY FRACTIONS
You may recall from your grade school days that when dividing by a fraction, you “invert and multiply.” So, if you say “divide
Updated 02-18-2009 at 12:43 AM by TAROT