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Phylotus wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Another TPK tonight. The pregen paladin and the ninja/sorcerer didn't run from the big evil. And then the eidolons got maneuvered to be blocking the way to the stairs. Acrobatics DC29 to escape was unachievable.

Ok, not only did the ninja/sorcerer not run away from the big evil, he actively ran TOWARDS it. The party being split was also a mainstay in this campaign, which contributed to our ultimate demise.

On a related note, I will say that I really enjoyed this scenario, and I feel doing ones like this teach me how to become a better player, and I have learned some very important lessons, the most important being explore everything thoroughly, and right next to it being DON'T SPLIT THE PARTY. Unfortunately, because my half of the party didn't explore my character didn't find the chalkboard room, I was too distracted with a cauldron...

I would definitely say that Don't Split the Party is a huge thing to learn. ;)


Okay here is my thought (This is Shanna BTW)...

I'd actually prefer to play the House game/Shackled City since I won't be available the next weekend (August 4th/5th) and that way you can finish out First Steps without having to figure out how to add a new player part way through. I know it seemed to be something of a concern.

As long as we are gaming here, I'm fine with keeping it on Saturday's the group just needs to decide if they want to get together morning's or afternoons.

I'd be fine with games running from say 11-3 (3:30) or we could start them later like 1- 5(ish). Basically we are available for play any time during the time block between 11-6. We don't have kids, so really, just let us know what time(s) work best for you and your families.

Additionally, if Friday nights are better, I would be OK with that. But we wouldn't be able to start until later in the evening probably between 6:30-7. Since I won't get off work in Houston till 3:30-4 and I'll be driving home. We would play until 10-11ish.

Just let us know, what works best. We are also okay for alternating since we have a Sunday game in Austin on every other Sunday.


Kirth Gersen wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:


Shaleh - You know that in warfare there's great opportunity for profiteering, so you casually made your way into South Province (technically across enemy lines) and into the Marquis' capital of Sovalles. There, it quickly becomes apparent that the Marquis' castle is deserted and ripe for robbery... which is how you find yourself silently observing as a group of people whom you recognize dispel some kind of magical alarms and make their way into the cellar just ahead of you...

Afterall warfare is great in dealing with my favorite currency.... information rather than all that heavy gold stuff.


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