Yes, I'm still babbling on about the adventures I put the party through. Take heart stalwart reader, this is the last post I have on that topic. Then I'll find something else to ramble on about. My party had already broken away from the full story I had written by this point. They decided some time ago that Deskyr was not to be trusted and saw too it that his plan could not come to pass. They still agreed to rescuing the paladin, so they were doing one last job for him. They had no intentions
First off let me say I am sorry this was supposed to become a bimonthly thing, but then I broke gamer code and got a job! But I have finally gotten settled into the grove and found time to start this experiment again.
Leadership, this is the topic this week. What makes a leader? Are leaders born? Can you train some one? I am not asking what makes a good leader or a great leader just what makes a person a leader? It not that complicated to be a leader, all you must do is point in a direction
As promised previously, here are the characters for Tsojcanth: Search for the Drow.
Weslocke: Elf mage 9 / fighter 6. He is the party's leader.
Flemin: Dwarf fighter 7. Although next to the shortest member, he is the physically strongest.
Arocken: Human ranger 7. She is the party's guide through the wilderness.
Benedict: Human cleric 7. He has been the all around cleric; healing and fighting/support.
Hockerbrecht: Half Elf
With some of the profile features back I decided to give the blogs another look. I still see no way to edit the blogs once posted.
I don't have much to add right now. Gaming tomorrow. Last session got canceled due to people being sick or the weather being awful. I am jonesing for a game at this point.
Blog edited. Thank you Farcaster.
Updated 02-20-2011 at 12:01 PM by tesral
(Because I can)
Continuing on with the story I used for the campaign. One of the things I tried to do with the adventure was give the players clues about what the merchant, Deskyr, was using. As I said he was not meant to be an evil person, just naive and overconfident; but the items he was using were extremely evil. I wanted to see how the players would react to this, if they would simply accept the jobs and trust Deskyr, or if they would decide that no good could come of using such things and put a stop to