Good evening all. First off I want to apologize to those out there in the realm of the internet for having not posted of late. This month, normally that would have been because of Camp Nanowrimo, and my push to finish my next story before the end of the month deadline…
It’s difficult to imagine that so many years have passed now. So many seasons since you left us for the rest of God’s heaven. I could never be honest in saying that these many years since have been easy. Far from it, they’ve been some of the most difficult years of my life. There were times not a moment of my life passed without the thought of your passing crossed my mind, remember back to that one moment that so defined my life for all the years that passed.
I apologize for the lack of updates over the last few days. I had some more stuff in mind for the in-character journal and so forth, but apparently Origins gave me something that I didn’t exactly want.
Con plague. More specifically a nasty bout of the flu. I may be out for a couple of more days. Until then, enjoy my feeble attempt at artistic mastery till I get better.
This will be the last in-character update until after Origins this weekend. I’m confirmed for 4 events so far over Friday and Saturday, with an additional 3 slated via generic ticket which I’ll fill in as needed. All of them except for Siege of the Diamond City will be played with Lenoria. So far here’s the list for the weekend:
If your at Origins this weekend, I’ll see you all there tomorrow! Till then, enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!
Good afternoon all, I hope you are enjoying The Alchemy of Hope. I’m hoping to have one or two more updates for you before Friday, after-witch I’ll be at the Origins Game Expo here in Columbus. I hope to see you all there!
The following is an in-character write up of our recent run through the 2nd level of Thornkeep: The Forgotten Laboratory, and includes spoilers for the scenario. If you have not had the pleasure of either playing or running this module, please check it out on the Paizo website. I had an absolute blast GMing this for my group the other day, and I’m sure you’ll have just as much fun.
For the record, I could have sworn that Dwarves had resistance to poison at some point in the past, but not here in Columbus for some reason. I had our Dwarf Inquisitor down to 2 Con while unconscious, literally at death’s bring. Failed every fort save, but managed to last out the poison damage. It was that close.
Anyways, enjoy and we’ll be seeing you all here at Origins later this week!
Well, these last couple of months have flown by like a dragon on wing, and now were just a scant few weeks away from our next Camp Nanowrimo visit. While I’m still rolling about in my head about how to proceed on this next work. I’ve already made up my mind about what I’m going to be writing on.
From: Cygar; Senior Field Agent, Nirmathias (Written 9th day of Neth, 4710 AR) Esteemed Venture-Captain I send you greetings from the lands of Nirmathias, and the dusty streets of the town of Kassen. As you have requested, I have dispatched a team of field agents to partake in the annual ritual known by the locals as the Quest of the Everflame, so that we may investigate the recent disturbing reports that have come from Kassen’s tomb. I fear that your findings of Razmiran cult activity in the area has been confirmed, and I have sent our team to further investigate these new findings. On a brighter note, I am most pleased to note the exceptional actions of a young local from Kassen by the name of Len Moonblossom. She, demonstrated exceptional resourcefulness and courage during the exploration of the Kassen’s tomb, and was also responsible in part for the saving our agents from a certain death at the hands of the reanimated remains of Asar. The girl is exceptionally intelligent, an expert in the alchemical arts despite limited teachings in such, as well as being highly knowledgeable in several fields of study. As such, I believe she possesses certain unique qualities that would serve the greater good of the society. Upon the verbal testimony of my agents, and at my sincerest recommendation, I officially request that she be welcomed as a full-fledged member of the society effective immediately. May she ever walk the open road. Your Servant,