Played an other day of D&D. Brought Immeral my level 0 Wizard to play. I have played him in many Forgotten Realms Dungeon Delves but never have used him in Living Forgotten Realms (LFR) regular organized play. I did not plan to play him all day but that is the way it ended up. I play with my son Gabe and after playing with my character Kildrak yesterday and taking him up to level 7, I will not be able to play many level 4 to 7 modules with him before Kildrik beats the level ceiling.
I have two other low level characters”The Mutilator” and Lazam. ”The Mutilator” is my level two Warforged Fighter. I have run him with Gabe's Changeling Psion, Earl, and do not want to level him up. Both characters are the same level at times and others just one level apart. Also, ”The Mutilator” and Gabe's fifth level character, a Minotaur Fighter, are the same class. I look for different class to compliment Gabe's character to add to the party. Lazam was my choice then since he was level 2, a Sorcerer, a different class then fighter, that and could have probably made 5.
In the morning I played, The Scorge of Scornubel, the convention level 1-4 special, with Immeral, my zero level Wizzard. Playing Lazam did not work out since the table had two strikers and one controller. Strangely, both were avengers and both had similar names, only two letters off. One was Jeff Ensor's who I played with the day before when he ran his warden.
In the afternoon and evening, Immeral played the Living Forgotten Realms Battle Interactive, The Paladin's Plague. Again, I played with Jeff and joined a group of four gamers from Columbus Ohio. The Columbus players named the party, “The Jolly Fats Wehawken Temp' Agency.” They were very good and we would normally take reinforcements and help other groups in trouble. Once in the afternoon and once in the evening part of the module there were large bosses to take out. In both parts we removed two.
The modules also had great rewards. The reward for the low level DDXP convention special module is any level 3 or lower neck slot, implement, weapon or armor from any legal source. The second reward from the battle interactive was an item from any legal source from the character's ending level or two higher.
I was going to see the Dark Sun sneak peek but skipped it. After playing the Living Forgotten Realms Battle Interactive, I wanted to play it again. I am glad I did.