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20th Dec 2012, 6:00 AM
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No End in Hindsight
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Newbiespud 20th Dec 2012, 6:00 AM edit delete
Winter break is upon us, and for me that means going home to visit family and friends. Since my old gaming group is based in my hometown, there'll probably be some roleplaying in my immediate future.

On this page's comments, tell a story about a "reunion" game - a game played with old friends for the sake of old times, or the revival of a campaign that had previously seen a conclusion.


Bootleg 20th Dec 2012, 6:01 AM edit delete reply
I'm too new to DnD to have one of those sadly, though I look forward to the time that I am able to, they sound like a lot of fun.
Aegis Steadfast 20th Dec 2012, 9:07 AM edit delete reply
Aegis Steadfast
Right there with you.
AttentionDeficitGuy 20th Dec 2012, 9:54 AM edit delete reply
Digo 20th Dec 2012, 6:06 AM edit delete reply
Revival Adventure: My first D&D 3.5 game concluded with the players ending on 18-19th level.

For kicks we brought them out of retirement to take on a demi-god. Well the players were quite powerful, but not all that bright. Smashing things was still their primary way of solving issues.

The adventure ended with the players around 22nd level and having killed the demi-god... along with Orcus, Demigorgon, Bahamut, and Nerull (In that order).

They managed to fix the "No death god" problem by promoting a minor god to that position, though it took going through Dante's 9 Circles of Hell to do such and they converted Tiamat to the side of good to take over Bahamut's empty spot.

...that pretty much was the clencher to retire the characters perminantly. When the PCs can Vett the gods...
Grey Pen 20th Dec 2012, 7:30 AM edit delete reply
Yeah, decent gods are so hard to find these days. We should just worship PCs instead.
Gaston 20th Dec 2012, 6:12 AM edit delete reply
Heh. I barely managed to find a roleplaying group around my parts, so there haven't been any reunions... yet.

As I understand, though, would Zecora's "impediment" be her rhyming? It'd make sense that having a funny curse on you makes you immune to further effects.
Bootleg 20th Dec 2012, 6:23 AM edit delete reply
Or even a curse that you could turn into something beneficial, it'd be like a superpower.
Digo 20th Dec 2012, 6:35 AM edit delete reply