Most of the stories I write or articles I post are serious and to the point but today I just want to have fun. With dice. Yup, I’m one of those people that collects dice like they are precious gems. I bought a special bag for my dice on Etsy and I haven’t stopped collecting since. I even have a monthly subscription for dice from Critical Dice. So let me take you with me into my obsession.
The party came together in the afternoon back at the Yawning Portal. With a mission at hand, they headed out to the Seaward to investigate the mystery of the missing Floon. On their way towards the Skewered Dragon, where Floon was seen last, they passed the sight of a terrible crime scene. There were dead bodies on the street. Blood was splattered on the smooth city stone.
1. Match up all your parts before gluing to avoid building a miniature with switched arms or legs. I haven’t made that mistake but it has been close. Build it without glue first then line them up separately in order of how you want to put them together.
The group was enjoying some ale after fighting the trolls that had come up from the Underdark to rampage when a well dressed man approached them. He introduced himself as Volothamp Geddarm. He was a famous adventurer in Waterdeep, making his fortune off the monsters he took on. Now he was retired and his book on strange creatures was his form of making a living. It still sold well even after all these years.
balanced with fights and dungeons crawls was the best way. And it is, for me. It wasn’t until a ran my first game that I understood what my husband, our regular DM, had been trying to explain.
The Hand of Destiny was eating at their table within the bustling tavern, enjoying the music flowing over the crowd. There were people everywhere drinking, singing, speaking in crowds. Some unsavory characters lurked in the shadows of the bar waiting for willing victims to stumble across them. Durnan, the bartender, was handing out mugs of ale and cups of wine with the dexterity of a well trained expert.
The entire trip from Novos, across the ocean to the outskirts of Waterdeep, took about two weeks at full speed. The ship was meant to cross the water at faster speeds than most. Since they smuggled goods back and forth quite often, it benefited Captain Coppertree to move faster on the open seas. They made it to land shortly after sending the stowaway Doppelganger safely away from them.
There are two types of gameplay for Dungeons and Dragons, really all tabletop games. You can go old fashioned pen and paper, calculating everything in your head or with the trusty calculator at your side. The other option is to do everything on a tablet, computer or even a phone. There are ups and downs to both of those options.
Our group woke up on day four of Hammer with the intention of finding work and lining our pockets with gold. They picked up a quest and, after a hearty breakfast, they headed out to the town of Deep Harbor. There, they planned on chartering passage on a boat to investigate some strange attacks happening off the coast.
After getting our delivery, the party set off for the guild hall and came across a clearing. In the center was a satyr. He was playing a beautiful melody with a gorgeous silver flute. Milo started to go into the clearing and after a few steps began to join in with the music. Aleera, seeing that her party was close to being trapped by few magic, began to sing a countercharm.