Campaign Log: 1.20 – The Mad Druid

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dead tree on the way to Blue Bird LakeDue to the lack of a time machine, last Wednesday at Pawn & Pint will be abreviated this week.

The party, having left Gemma’s Cave and the abandoned city (because they didn’t want to release the “World Eater”) decided to head back to civilization and the city of Vantar. On the way, they encountered three Senzar soldiers who were frightened and fleeing a pack of wild animals.

Rowan agreed to accept their surrender and take them back to Vantar. However, as they camped for the night, a couple members of the party (or perhaps just Elrik) decided he would rather kill them and convinced Quai to do the deed. After which, the two of them tried to place the blame on Rowan.

As the two were in the process of placing evidence on Rowan, a group of bears and mountain lions attacked (the two murderers were supposed to be on watch). Soon to join the attack were also some dire wolves. The bears also tore into the Senzar, distrupting the evidence and then started on the party.

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A few updates

libraryThe month of November was busy for me. My wife and I took a 10-day cruise in the Caribbean. We stopped at Aruba, Bonaire, Granada, Martinique, St. Thomas, and Princess Cays.

In Martinique, we stopped at a French bookstore and then after wandering around for a while, stopped at an old library with a lot of old books. (Yup, even on a Caribbean vacation, I will end up where they keep all the books.)

We had a lot of fun, and what’s more, when we booked the cruise, we bought soda packages (basically all the soda we can drink). Of course, I had bought those prior to giving up soda. So the big question is: did I drink the soda or stick to my plan of giving up the soda? The answer is, I am now more than 195 days since I have had a soda.

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Campaign Log: 1.19 – Queen of the Dead

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cruiseLast Wednesday at Pawn & Pint was the first session in three weeks. I was not dead. Nope, for two weeks I was out at sea enjoying ten days away from the internet, the phone, and most of the world. It was really relaxing and I even started seeing dragons in the sky.

In Martinique, we stop in a French bookshop and then stopped at an old library with many fabulous old books and architecture. We also wandered around the port looking at the buildings and snapping a few photos with the phone before heading back to the ship. So yes, when I am on vacation, I end up where they keep the books.

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