Monthly Archives: January 2008

Decisions, Straight to the heart of the problem, January 30

  Despite Snow mostly convincing the party to return to the ranch and try to track down survivors, Leaf pressed for a more rapid resolution. He wanted to know how Dolmen could be sure that it was possible to track … Continue reading

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World Maps

Testing my SkyDrive. I’ve uploaded a really crappy world map and one from Elwood. But at least they are in color!I’ll be bringing printouts to the game tonight if anyone wants one.Better ones to come from a friend of mine, … Continue reading

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Decisions, In the Raided Village, January 23

  This session was very, very, very short because we remade characters using a variation of my rules mixed with the Star Wars Saga rules. After the discovery of the creature in the basement of the Inn there was a … Continue reading

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Decisions, Out of Storm Hold January 16

  After the old voice told the party to fuck off, two women giggled and agreed with him. Realizing what was going on, the party mostly backed away to wait. Leaf, loudly sat on the steps of the tracker’s house. … Continue reading

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Decisions Cont’d and Storm Hold, Jan 9

  In a not particularly dramatic turnaround, the group decided to continue debating the wisdom of visiting the oracle and tracking down the pixies. The journey to the Lake itself was surprisingly dangerous despite the short distance involved, and they … Continue reading

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Specific Dragons

The lizardmen are aware of more dragons than any other race, but even they know that they do not know all of them. Only five regularly have dealings with the lizardmen (Kash’aa Ree, Sahas’ralee, Dral’Lor, Liraszzsh, Tyla’im), the rest either … Continue reading

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Decisions – Elwood – Jan 2

Technically, "to the inn" was an overstatement. The party flew down from the spot where the "forest in a cloud" vanished, and returned to the attacked hamlet. The locals had scattered leaving only their dead behind. Presumably they went to … Continue reading

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