The PCs become mercenaries, literally killing things for Coin.
A spooktacular finale for the heroes’ jaunt into the Halloween pocket plane!
Halloween hijinks for our happy heroes!
In trying to find a place to sleep, our PCs find bonkers adventures on the high seas!
Orcs, a chase and grossness!
We’re blessed to find a letter from our Bard to his wife, detailing his story, situation and his unique perspective of the world.
Last session we had three characters walk from a decrepit mine into a room full of cats. That’s the kind of stuff that will be commonplace for this group. And now there’s two new characters in the mix!
Our regular GM is taking a break from it while the Christmas season approaches. We needed a campaign to tide us over until then, so I volunteered. I’ll post updates after every session, and will eventually make all the content available for those who want to run it themselves. That’ll be later, though, because I don’t want to spoil things for my players and my notes need work to get them into a state digestible by others.
I’ll recount things from my perspective, which might be spoilery in terms of players’ memory or my explanations on the night. Some mixture of the intent and the execution, basically. But information they clearly missed or misinterpreted will be recounted as-is.
Our gaming group plays Pathfinder. We just finished the fourth module of Rise of the Runelords. Fortunately and unfortunately our regular GM runs a successful toy store and he needed to concentrate on the upcoming Christmas rush amongst other things, so we were putting Runelords on hold. We needed a GM so I stepped up to the plate. (Click here to read the rest of this entry)
Dust to dust… if the men with machine guns don’t get you, the zombies must!
We finished our months-long Delta Green (X-Files meets Cthulhu meets “guns, lots of guns”) campaign, run by Dave. I won’t be able to recount the entire story in detail, but the ending is marvellous and horrifying in a Game of Thrones-style way. Spoilers for Delta Green: Dead Letter. (Click here to read the rest of this entry)