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Posted by: Darge on Jul 13, 2012 at 08:26:41 PM
So tomorrow the campaign continues. A new member is joing us. Our Ranger's, Tyrion's, younger brother will enter with his first ever character. His name, race, and stats are unknown to me but I do know he is a Roque.
To help you visualize our group we have:
A level 6 Half-Elf Druid (who died but was rezzed and should actually be level 7). Thats me.
A level 8 Half-Elf Sorcerer.
A level 8 Human Cleric.
A level 5 Human Ranger.
A level 2/3 _____ Barbarian. I dont remember his race at the moment.
A level 4 Half-Elf Sorcerer.
A level 4 Human Fighter.
And now our new Rogue.
Lets see how tomorrow blesses us. =]
Posted by: Kiel667 on Jul 10, 2012 at 10:15:25 PM
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Posted by: ThorneRose on Jul 7, 2012 at 12:26:54 AM
Outside the Caves of Chaos
Caera felt the power in the crystal pitcher reaching for her, begging like a lover locked out in the rain to be let in, to fulfill her every wish. It took more strength then she thought possible, took a strength she couldn’t realize she possessed until that moment, and even then the temptation was so strong. Fighting against it’s pull she began the long road back, her heart aching as much as her head, the need of the pitcher a constant whine digging into her resolve like a dwarven drill.
And that was just the vessel she was touching. The others were like noisy children in the back of her mind, clamoring for some of the attention as she doted on the precious pitcher and its wealth of power. Amidst the chaos of her thoughts and the constant need...
Posted by: Daethon on Jun 6, 2012 at 09:38:54 PM
So this week, our party consisted of a drow warlock (me), a half-orc slayer, eladrin wizard, eladrin ? sorceress, and an elf thief. I didn't heal up to full so the warpriest could heal me and the few healing surges I had left would be stretched out a little, but alas, he was not here this week. Thus the first hit in the game drops me to 4 hp! The encounter wasn't that bad, though. We were in a crypt and the drow leader activated a mist to animate the dead. We were allowed to spend actions every round to make an Arcane check to delay the mist. We managed to successfully delay the mist every round until the DM decided it was dissipated, as the battle was over. There were a few drow archers, but they didn't amount to much. All and all,...
Posted by: Kauldron on Jun 5, 2012 at 10:47:08 PM
Well, it has been one of those back to the grindstone kind of days. Now that the testing of Assassin's of Ordenell is complete, it is time to finish up Mordakai's Madness. to which I must say the feedback we got from Assassin's had a lot of influence in the edits we have done.
Now I have to ask a questions, but first the reason for this question. I like to write, I enjoy coming up with stories. When I make my home campaigns I try to make it flow like a story or movie. With that said, I want to know what Players and DMs feeling are on storylines. I generally start with the storyline and add a little with each encounter. I use the story to give the PCs something to imagine, but try not to overwhelm them. the first 2 or 3 pages are story line ...
Posted by: Kauldron on Jun 3, 2012 at 06:35:37 PM
Well, finished the last session of Assassin's of Ordenell, I took it to the extreme and made the assassins all minion, but there was a catch. The minion exploded when they were killed. It made the players think and caused a lot of second guessing until they decided to just smash through them.
We got great feedback from everyone that participated and a great deal of thanks goes out to everyone. For those that particpated send me a message with your name so we can give you credit for all that you have done.
Keep a watch, I am going to start testing Mordakai's Madness in a few weeks and it will be on an odd schedule due to my odd schedule. There will also be a marathon session with it as well.
Posted by: Kauldron on Jun 3, 2012 at 02:58:48 PM
Wow, just finished up session 4 and starting the final session. The encounter almost decimated the PCs which told me the encounter was too powerful, and need some adjusting. Got great feedback and a big thanks to all that participated.
Posted by: Kauldron on Jun 2, 2012 at 11:50:48 AM
Well, session three was a wash, unfortunately it was because a few players who joined the table didn't show up. Thanks to Azurel and Justinbass for showing up on the VT.
Now for my rant, why would you join a table and then not show up. That takes a spce away from someone that might want to play and is rude. If you don't think you're gonna make it then withdraw or let the DM know of a conflict, something might be worked out.
It irkes me more, because i live in an area that doesn't have very many gamers if any at all, so the only place I can actually play is on the VT. So when someone decides to join, I expect them to show up, or let me know if they are going to be late. It is just common curteousy.
I am done, and getting off my soap box. I still have...
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