Tag Archives: Dungeons and Dragons

Three years ago…

Three years before our tale…   Nerova clutched the rail tightly, his tense frame barely leaning on the rail despite that grip. He muttered a curse under his breath, and glanced over his shoulder to his first mate. The man, a hearty northerner known as Geld, nodded. Everything was still in place, ready. Yet, Nerova, […]

It’s All in the Name

At times I fine I am realizing something slowly. I find a clear problem or a slight imperfection. This is usually followed by few days of trying to figure out an answer, or a way to fix this nagging issue without too much difficulty. However, when I find myself mulling these things over, I am […]

To Sail the Southern Seas: Session 4

Here we have the fourth chapter of this continuing story. With the Astrologer’s Albatross repaired and given a mandate to hunt the rogue Captain, Jalastar of Erryeth, the heroes embark on the next step in their journey. This is also an example of players reacting to a story in ways I did not foresee. As […]

42 Reasons Why The Hobbit Would Make A Miserable D&D Campaign

With the imminent release of The Hobbit, I have been re-reading Tolkien`s classic, and for some reason, I tend to have tabletop RPGs on my mind. Cannot imagine why that is. However, the result is the following, 42 reasons why The Hobbit would make a miserable D&D campaign. Hopefully it provides you with a few […]

To Sail the Southern Seas: Introduction

This is a running narrative of our Pathfinder campaign, entitled “To Sail the Southern Seas”. This is a custom campaign written by me, using the Pathfinder rules. Our group meets every two weeks or so and usually plays for about 5 to 6 hours. As a result posts will come out about a week after […]