It’s Saturday and you know what that means! Game Night.
I had a player who would tear up his character sheet if everyone fell under a sleep spell. No matter what the situation was; he just presumed his character was coud de grace. He didn’t like having his equipment taken away and awaken in prison or on a slave ship. He just tore up his character sheet to the annoyance of others and spent the rest of the night making a new character.
It got to the point where the other players didn’t want to play with him anymore.
Our heroes venture down an alleyway to discover a group of Wererats who’ve just raided a temple of knowledge.
Last night was a rag-tag motley crew of an adventure since three of my regular players were away from the table (due to unforeseeable events, a family gathering, etc…) Which left one regular player, and a new old player had moved home for the summer rejoined the group, I also added a new new player the group as wel (he hadn’t play a role playing game and really, really wanted to play one).
I couldn’t continue on with the Witchfire adventure so I threw in a little side trek quest. It went pretty well.
Playing D&D 3e tonight. Recruited a fresh face for the table: Mike.
A Dungeons & Dragons 3E Adventure
Cast of Characters:
Our adventure begins in Fellig, where cousins, Lehtias and Oswin are roaming through the city streets, shopping for clothes and items, buying food from vendors and enjoying the archaic designs of stone buildings. Having being raised in a small farming community this is the first time they visited a city. Here they encounter, Georgia Buttons a halfling scampering about the marketsquare, she’s lost and doesn’t know where her friends have gone off too. Oswin and Lehtias offer to assist her look for her friends, but to no avail. The inn that Georgia and friends were staying at, the innkeeper hands Georgia a note from her friends stating they are heading off to Corvis to partake in the festivities and have left by coach line this morning and that you should be able to join them at the Hammerhead Inn there.
… that and also I’ve been watching a ton of Doctor Who episodes as well. When I was working on a Dark Conspiracy scenario and I had an inkling of an idea and jotted it down. Then, I proceed to expand on it and then whammo a full fledged adventure was born. All thanks to The Doctor! My players wouldn’t even know what hit ‘em.
Found some old gaming material while looking through some storage boxes and found an incomplete map of a fantasy world I decided to call Myst. As you can see one of my young kids had scribbled over it when I had left it open on the table many, many moons ago.