The big day had finally arrived. The characters, assembling at the town gate along with Robert, Wallace and two fine looking equines, were ready to embark on a journey into the unknown. A last minute check was made, verifying if everything was in order. “Sorry,” I said, “you need to fill out a few more things on your character sheets first.” You could almost hear a collective moan from the group. I apologetically explained that it would be better to get their weapon stats written down now, before any combat commenced, so as not to interrupt the flow of the game. Ha! What “flow of the game”? The characters haven’t even stepped foot outside the city walls. Continue reading
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Why is it when I chose to spend the afternoon indoors, the weather is perfect? I should be outside doing yard work today! Well, duty calls, and the game must go on…er…that is, rather, the game needs to get started.
However, the characters were not yet complete. (See my previous post on creating characters.) I had major changes to suggest and implement. Fortunately the players all agreed to my suggestions. All that was needed now was to finalize the details, things like names, appearance (height, weight, age, hair, eyes, skin). Oh, and the small detail regarding equipping the party. Continue reading →