I’m setting up a game with friends, and it’s reminded me of all the great times I’ve had with the game, and I wanna know about those times for y’all.
I never really got DnD because we would do stuff until we got into a fight where I would Eldritch Blast until the fight was won or lost.
I’ve only played DnD a few times, but it was pretty fun! I was admittedly judgmental at first, and it took years for my friends to convince me lol. My friends play online now, and with strangers sometimes. Doesn’t sound as fun IMO. How about you? Do you prefer in person, or doesn’t it matter?
That game was a fun one, we had been playing for about a month of Fridays (more like 20 or so sessions weekly, but whatever) and were to the point that the party was a second family. My character, Genthon, came from the highlands of the continent of Rowings and came from a religious cult before meeting Handrake and setting off for a two Ork adventure. Ked came from a farming background on the coast of 7 eyes - named for a mythical beast that used to patrol the waters there. He joined the party for business, that being the quest that united the party. Cranberry was also from the coast of 7 eyes, but he hailed from the caves on the outskirts of the territory, and being a Kobald he didn’t normally interact with other lifeforms until being hired for the quest. Our fifth member was Alaina Viceroy, a Human noblewoman fighter. She died fighting cave spiders, rest her soul. the BBEG of that game was a king who convinced people that a god spoke through him, and used that to manipulate people into accepting his tyranny. DM told us after we wiped that the BBEG was actually going to be a really easy fight, the man was ancient and not long for the world at that point, and would likely die from a strong wind. Seriously, only had about 20 hit points, and we were already to the point that we were doing 30+ easy. I can only imagine how amazed we would have been if we survived long enough to fight him, we probably would have keeled over laughing from it.
A casual chat.