Well, another week, another D&D Session. Exactly how life should be running. I’m proud to start in on another series of posts that will bring you the adventures of our still nameless party. This time audio-enabled since I totally recorded during the session, and audio is fun! Excuse any fails in audio quality, as this was recorded with a simple laptop built in mic.
Due to the fact that I don’t have any good ideas for what to post today, and I have these sitting in my game notes from last session, I figured that I would slap these up here and let y’all enjoy them.
First, from the amazing mind of one Wiley “Rasp” A.:
Violence: It’s the bind that ties.
Then, an interchange from the full table.
Kelly: Oh! Those are sleeping bags? **points at the drawings Paul is doing on the battle map. Of graves.**
Paul: Kind of.
Wiley: The permeant kind.
This report complies treasure collected and processed by our Keep at the Shadowfell group. It compiles collected treasure from the following parts of the adventure, which comprise the first gaming session:    
Marl: 1 bone dragon-skull mask (to wear as a hat & on belt), 1 ram-skull Orcas Pendant
Yari: 1 +1 Dwarven Chainmail
Party: 382 gold, 7 silver
Herein lies the final installment of the writeup of our group’s first adventure. I hope you enjoy the exciting conclusion of our epic adventure, and tune in at the end of next week (our DM demanded his vacation from work off from running games, too) for our next installment of the story!
We ended up taking a break and sleeping a little bit before resuming our session as if nothing had interrupted us. Sometimes a person needs some sleep, and none of us are as young as we used to be (or so they tell us…) It should be noted that this particular adventure was played on 1 January 2012.
Our D&D adventure picks up where the previous one left off. If you’ll remember, the intrepid party had just arrived at the walls of the city of Winterhaven, where rumors of the cult they had been hired to deal with had led them.
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I get y’all wonder what happened to me. Well, There was a bit of a scramble to get ready to have a new years D&D game. I pulled it off, in addition to a huge amount of cooking, just in time. It did mean skipping two days worth of entries, though. In apology, I’m going to start writing up the D&D adventure we just experienced.
So, herein lies the tale of our three intrepid adventurers.