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Dragon Fighting

Saturday, February 20th, 2010

The latest session report is up, a few months late.
It was a good session, and ended with a dragon fight. It was my first dragon fight, and I learned a few things. First, dragons are complex to run, and it’s easy to forget some of their abilities. Second, dragons should be mobile; [...]

Some thoughts on encounters

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

The most recent session report is up. The encounters in this session got me thinking about ways that you can use encounters.
The first encounter of the session was just a fairly straightforward fight against some gnolls. It was fun, but nothing too out of the ordinary. The second encounter was where things [...]

Solos, pilfering content, and a session report

Sunday, September 13th, 2009

The first session report of the new adventure (the first adventure for 4th Edition written entirely by me, and not adapted from a published adventure) is up. Also, there are some new NPCs and locations on the main page of the campaign wiki.
The recent session got me thinking about some stuff. One fight [...]

When players get organized

Saturday, July 4th, 2009

I just ran another D&D session yesterday (a full session report will be up soon), and I had a few thoughts on it. We’re several sessions into the game, almost done with Keep on the Shadowfell, and the players have had four levels to feel out their characters and swap out abilities to get [...]

D&D Session Nine

Saturday, June 6th, 2009

Hello, all. We recently played another session of the D&D campaign, the report of which is available now. I think you’ll see some areas where I’ve altered the way things work in the Keep on the Shadowfell adventure, and I like the way things are going. I got a chance to use [...]

Character Retcon

Sunday, February 15th, 2009

So, just before our last D&D session (session report here), I allowed my players to do a little re-imagining of their characters. This was mainly because three of them were martial characters (fighter, ranger, and warlord), and characters were made before I owned Martial Power. Everyone jumped at the opportunity (including the paladin, [...]

D&D Day: An Epic Battle

Friday, January 30th, 2009

Last Saturday, I had the guys over for D&D. The session was mainly combat against a bunch of kobolds and a goblin. In 3rd Edition, that probably wouldn’t have been all that interesting; kobolds and goblins are, after all, basically cannon fodder under that system (unless you give them class levels). These [...]

D&D Stuff

Sunday, November 30th, 2008

First of all, the most recent session report is up.
Second, I recently downloaded the beta version of the D&D Character Builder. I have to say, it’s very impressive. The program makes it really easy to make D&D characters, and it’s fantastic how they’ve got content from Dragon and other published products, like the [...]

D&D Session Report

Sunday, November 2nd, 2008

Last weekend was D&D Day, and I’ve finally written a session report for it. It was a great session. There was only a single combat, at the very end, and there was a lot of investigation and role-play. It was a lot of fun, and everyone really seemed to enjoy it. [...]

Zombies and Horse Racing

Thursday, August 21st, 2008

I went out for a marathon gaming session last night, and managed to play four games, two of which I’d played before. In the order that I played them:
Settlers of Catan was the first game I played, and it was the second time I had played it. It was fun. I like [...]


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