Monday, May 18, 2015
(After playing Superworld Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. with Kyle Matheson, Nissa Campbell, and Aaron Scott.)
Arclight had returned to Charlotte from California on Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014. His flight had landed that afternoon. His agent had gotten him a lead on a small walk-on part in the Arrow television show and it was in negotiation. There was talk of Dr. Light being on the show, just a cameo, with the possibility of it leading to something
The man who came out of one of the shelters looked like a Neanderthal. He was of very thick build with shorter limbs and a barrel-shaped chest. He had a reduced chin, a large, thick nose, and a thick-looking forehead. The man had long hair and a rough beard and mustache that was growing wild. He wore jeans, a plaid shirt, and a blue-jean jacket. His eyes were dark and empty.
“Hey! There he is,” Edward said.
The man crouched down and grunted at them like an ape.
I've been giving it some thought lately as the GM bug has once again struck me. I'd probably run either a Pathfinder or HEW (hollow earth expedition) game as those two I enjoy playing the most.
I'll have to see how things pan out. I might get lucky after all.
Monday, March 23, 2015
(After playing the original Superworld scenarios “The Lost Boy” and “Dr. Murder’s Mayhem” Sunday from 12:20 p.m. to 5 p.m. with Nissa Campbell, James Brown, James Dixon, Aaron Scott, and Bo Lewis.)
The strange dreams of the young boy trapped in the coffin of ice continued for the heroes of Charlotte.
* * *
Absolem’s Riddle had been having trouble in her secret identity, Alice Souza, at work.
* * *
Everyone met again at the Charlotte Take-Out at 1 p.m.
“You people again!?!” Mrs. Wang said when she saw them.
“We really like the food,” Chillrend said.
“It’s good food,” she admitted.
“It’s good food,” he said.
They took the same booth and they got their orders and their drinks. There were two orders of Mongolian beef for Edward.
“You brought your komodo dragon again?”