Woman 1: I finally found my soul mate.
Woman 2: Isn’t that what you said the last two times.
Woman 1: This is it though.
Woman 2: … until your next soul mate arrives.
Played the first game of old school D&D with my son today. He changed Crazy the fighter’s name to Spidey the fighter.
Pretty straightforward..the village elders asked him to clear out an old house outside of town that had been overrun with kobolds. All in all, Spidey beat 20 kobolds, one…
So, I started writing out a basic idea for an adventure in Rifts. A basic premise and three pages of notes as well of what the adventure consists of. It’s been a long while since I ran Rifts and don’t know when, or if, I will get the chance to do so.
I’m seriously thinking of making it into a scenario to be run at Cangames, since it does seem to have such a huge “endgame” feel to it. Though, the last time I had ran Rifts the group at the time wasn’t into the whole time-shifting world altering drama with one of the players stating it felt “Star Trekish with the time shifts and paradoxes” though I took it as a compliment since I was into Star Trek: Voyager as well.