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  1. Border War Campaign

    I've been running this campaign for a few months now. Unfortunately I didn't begin writing summaries until the 5th session. Prior to this, the characters of Wataru, Nine Willows in Autumn and Gaias Valerias arrived somewhat separately in the city of Three Oaks. Wataru is a Night Caste, Nine a Twilight Caste and Gaias is a Dawn. Nine hired Wataru to act as a body guard after being accosted by "toll-takers" and is in town operating as a scholar and physician. Gaias came in search of a man ...

    Updated 02-23-2009 at 12:02 PM by GoddessGood

    Campaign Logs , Campaign Logs
  2. The Damned II (Session I) - The Shelves of Despond

    Session Date: November 22nd, 2008

    This is the first session of a new D&D 4th edition campaign. I recommend you read the introduction to the campaign here:

    The players are:

    • Aidan (Playing Red, a Dragonborn Warlord)
    • Alucinor (Playing the here-forth unnamed 'elven' Rogue)
    • SpiffyBananaFoot (Some call me, Tim? Playing the Eladrin wizard.)
    • Corii (Playing Snow the elven Ranger)
    • JonDOT (Playing
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  3. E-Mo blog

    Oh, I'm so blogging depressed, and my life is so blogging pathetic, you must read my blog to make me feel like I'm spechul, my very life depends on it. Boo hoo, boo hoo hoo...

    Sometimes I hate the internet and miss the 80's.
  4. "The Damned II" Introduction

    I've decided to try my hand at something I have never done before by writing up a campaign log for my currently running campaign. This campaign originally began in January 2008, but the story (and the characters) became a little mangled in our attempt to switch from D&D 3.5e to 4e. So, we decided to hard-reset the game and start from the beginning on a fresh 4th edition slate. Although the introduction remains the same, however, this will not be the same story that the players embarked on ...
  5. WotC and the Amazon Kindle

    Perhaps I just missed the big announcement, but it looks like Wizards of the Coast quietly slipped a toe in to test the waters with publishing on the Amazon Kindle. The other night, I was browsing for suggested books on my Kindle, when what to my wandering eyes would appear? Four Forgotten Realms books by R.A. Salvatore available since October this year: The Pirate King, The Orc King, Road of the Patriarch, and Promise of the Witch King.

    This is great news for Forgotten-Realms-reading ...