I feel like this week, I am doing this journal a disservice. Colorado has plenty of Geology around it, but by the time I got around to writing this, it was already dark and I was unable to take some pictures of my own. Poor planning strikes again.
To make a long story short, I’ve quit my job.
I ran another session of Icewind Dale. I had 1 of my previous 5 gone, and had another 4 to take their place.
So on Wednesday, I ran my first actual live session of Rime of the Frost Maiden.
I’ve fallen in love with the new WotC adventure.
Nearly four years ago, when I moved to Colorado, I started a game of D&D for my family. When helping my sister (17yo) build a character, she asked “Can I play a Leaf Princess?” I did not have a good answer for her, so I said “D&D says no.” (well, it actually says ‘not without […]
Man, I hate Vision in D&D. Other RPGs don’t talk about it as much, or maybe I just don’t play them as much, but I hate going to describe something as being dark, and then I remember “Oh, yeah, darkvision.” I hate how there aren’t rules for trying to sneak through caves with torches or […]
I start a lot of campaigns the same way, because I love the village of Nightstone.
I am an advocate of Change in RPGs. I clamor for the new, if it’s not just trying to make a buck. I love seeing new rules, new ways to play, new options. And my joy at new things moves into one of my solid unwritten house rules: I am okay with you changing your […]
You’ll be seeing some articles about Batman and his world in the near future, and before it’s asked, I want to answer: “Why am I including the Batman in my quest to become more cultured?” The Goal of Culture quest Part of the answer lies in the mission statement of CultureQuest. It’s not my goal […]