I wrote an article on the ConTessa blog about Organizing a Public Game! It’s a bit logistics/nitty-gritty for organizers of Adventurers League and similar programs. Gleaned from the past 3+ years of organizing D&D at local game shops here in Las Vegas. Go there to read it!
This is a quick cross-post to the friend who guest-GM’ed for me a couple of weeks ago. I really like his blog because he gets into some deep intellectual territory, and in this particular post, he applied that to gaming and narrative.
At Empire Games Encounters last night, we ran Hoard of the Dragon Queen, sessions 4 (my table) and 6 (the "level/episode 2" table). Typically, I take the new players or new characters to run them through part of episode 1. This week, I am down a DM, so I had recruited a backup DM (known […]
We ran the final session of Dead in Thay this week, due to scheduling conflicts. So if you’re playing Encounters at another shop, wait a week to read this post. In this final session, the PCs travel to the Phylactery Vault, where Szass Tam has hundreds of lich phylacteries stored, the phylactery jars of his […]
We are going to be ending Dead in Thay a week early, due to Comic Con, so I sped up a bit of the campaign. With 3 tables, the second half of the campaign has been going quickly, and we’ve had at least 1 table in the Temples of Extraction for the past 3 weeks. Last week, I […]