Drej has to deal with returning to Silverwood to get help from Nena’s mother. We find out how teleportation works in 5e, and demons, lots of them…
Last week was a blur. From start to finish the action was non-stop. It all would have been amazing, if it weren’t for the loss of a PC…
In this session, I treat my companions to a few things, and then we suddenly ALL the things. There was a lot of ‘downtime’ in this session, making up for all the combat of the previous two. There is some combat and all, but I actually ended up having to remind myself of my own character’s stats. I come from heavy role playing characters, such as bards, and casters, playing a neutral barbarian is proving rather tricky. I like it.
With the cliffhanger of last week we ended up starting the night off with, surprise, COMBAT! This is the second part of my player point of view Epic Experience articles. I’m playing a barbarian for the first time, a dragonborn for the first time, and as a player in 5e for the first time! We had a lot of fun during this session!
I had a lot of fun playing my first barbarian ever. I learned a lot, and I’d like to share that with you in this new series of Epic Experiences. You’ll see things from a player’s point of view for the first time on this site! While the night was a blur, baby aggro was strong, I remember and kept notes on a lot of key things. Rather than describe everything that went down, I want to focus more on key highlights and what I learned from them.
We were cut down this week with our running time, technical difficulties plagued us. One of the upsides of virtual tabletops, ease of access; the downside is potential reliability of servers and end user systems. The players take on hunts, and head out to find the source of the spreading fungus near Prime City.
Something precious is lost, fate takes its toll, and the players finally get the chance to try and test their mettle and earn their sponsorship with “The Seekers’ Guild” in this Epic Experience. Adult language warning.