Well it's official. My players want to go back to 3.5. I don't blame them. I was struggling with 4e and this campaign for a while and prefer to finish up this one and start my Brooding City campaign.
The Brooding City D&D 3.5
4e is not bad, but the was just that-simple.
So now I am revamping Dark City
My co-DM kevin is running a 3.5 of Savage Tide
This next session was full of "Pick on Mikos". I became the target for much of the combats though (at leats after we killed a bunch of dinos really easily). Mikos got the classic "spot the Dire Tiger just before it leaps on you and thrashes you unconciousness. I was taken down by 1 pounce. So much for that spot check.
In second major
I have been playin D&D since the mid 80's, have DM'd most of my time and like to play as well. I have many books from 1st ED to 3.0 but don't see spending more money without havin a chance to play. I usually created my own worlds and can adapt to almost all play. I prefer to role-play wirh some fighting. I have not done much in the fact of On-line or PbP...these are new to me.
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 05:46 PM by Webhead