Monthly Archives: April 2014

Roll20: Life In The Big City

The last few weeks had introduced the adventurers to the depths of the city; this week brought the depths to them. For most, shopping was the priority. The grand Bazaar beckoned, definitely a step up from the Rat Market, and … Continue reading

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It’s Rollercoaster season again

It may have been sunshine and showers, weather-wise today, but being British, we’ve not let that stop us today from picking up our renewed Merlin passes and throwing ourselves back down some of our favourite roller-coasters at Thorpe Park. It’s … Continue reading

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A Few Site Changes

I’ve been getting some good feedback from my fellow Roll20 players about the write-ups, so I thought I’d make it easier for everyone to pick up the narratives without seeking through all the blog posts. To that end there are … Continue reading

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Roll20: The Forge

This week’s session brought the players to the endgame for their first adventure, set in the ruined vault of a long abandoned House Cannith Forge. It was also a Bank Holiday here in the UK, so I had hoped to … Continue reading

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Happy Easter

It’s been a wonderfully weird weekend, juggling work, a good friend’s birthday, travel and chocolate with more tequila than I’ve drunk in a while; and now I’ve just realised I’ve even got a Bank Holiday Monday to enjoy. Being diabetic, … Continue reading

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Roll20: The Sewers

Week three brought a more traditional dungeon crawl feel to the campaign; but it was one marked with more than the odd but of laughter. Investigating the newly unsealed tunnel brought an immediate encounter with a swarm of bats that … Continue reading

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Roll20: Eberron Week Two

More people made it to the table this week, which was a pleasant ego boost. Even with having GM’d for most of these people for many years, I’m still very aware that it was many years ago and that it … Continue reading

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