So we finished off the 1st level D&D game we started a few weeks ago. Happy 40th D&D! It was an insane night of critical hits, critical fumbles, Hobgoblins, Zombies, Goblins and a Manticore! I can’t believe they got through it. Dave called in via Skype and Dicelog. His elf was a pretty cool addition to the group. I used a modified version of Dyson’s Delve (up to level 4 only). It was a challenge and not all the retainers made it. The crossbowmen were taken out by falling rocks. Still, the treasure was pretty darn awesome at the end.
A Conversation That Happened A Long Time Ago
- GM to Don: Why you so late?
- Don: My aunt is in town for a few days and staying at the house. When I told my folks I was going out to play some AD&D my aunt pulled a Jack Chick on me.
- GM: Huh?
- Don: You know those little comics you find at bus stops, dining tables. That Dark Dungeons guy.
- GM: I gotcha now.
Today’s Project: D&D4e. Haven’t ran an adventure with these books yet since at first I was too old school to think about even adapting to a new system. I’m going to be adapting an old scenario I’d written some 30+ years ago to 4e and hopeful to get to run it one of these days.
Yo Dawg, I heard you like attack of opportunity. So we put an attack of opportunity in your attack of opportunity when you are doing an attack of opportunity!
Well, hey, I didn’t spend all those years playing Dungeons and Dragons and not learn a little something about courage.