|The Evil GM drinks to Victory|
Of course its harder to get a large(ish) group together on a regular basis for a campaign game than it would be for one off sessions. So maybe D&D is a game that gets harder to play as the years roll by than say a wargame that consists of separate and indeterminately spaced wargame days.
We kicked off this game session by reviewing our campaign journal for the game so far. Its been over 8 weeks since we last played and even the GM is having trouble remembering what the hell our characters are doing. Once refreshed both mentally and physically (in the form of Kebab and Alcohol) we launched straight into the action. The action being a broadside of jokes at the Evil GM's expense. Never let it be said we are not brave..or foolhardy.
|First of a trio of Grik|
|Tentacles galore make combat interesting|
We won the fight of course, but not until we had managed to receive a good mauling as usual. The star of the battle though has to be the Mage. Mindaris always distances himself from the rough and tumble of Melee - a sensible policy for a magic user. But on this occasion his isolation only served to make him stand out to the enemy. Not that he was in any real danger but he was most annoyed when he took damage for the first time in ages. His retribution was swift and involved a large explosion.
It was good to see the group together after such a long break and we've already scheduled the next couple of games in as well. Hopefully now that we have started the ball rolling again we can keep up the momentum for the rest of the year. I doubt it, but I live in hope.
Good to hear your group got together and had a good game but kebabs and alcohol...you must be one of those rich groups...last time at posties we got monkey meat and pickle with a cup of tea.ReplyDelete
How the other half games.LOL
Some of the group got alcohol... but as the 'designated driver' I got a soft drink instead. It's probably for the best. I get sleepy when I drink and it would be bad form to start snoring during the GM's lovingly prepared monologue.ReplyDelete
We daren't mix Wargames and alcohol at our little group of nutters, or we'll be carted off to the local police station. Beer + Wargames = Several black eyes and a "Bound to keep the peace", court order!!ReplyDelete