Based on Chanda Hahn’s characters from the “Unfortunate Fairytale” Series. I promise I’m not making any profit out of this, it’s just a Creative Writing exercise. This story is set after the Bethrotal but before the War. Continue reading
You know how these challenges are supposed to be done in 30 consecutive days, right? Well, I totally forgot.
My favorite NPC is an innkeeper that had a franchise of inns across the world, his name was Tom and all of his employees had to be Tom as well. It was hillarious because he always spoke about expanding and keeping the brand in a world where orcs rampaged villages and dragons were at war.
Yeah, you know it. You started a new job and were excited about the new opportunity and the novelty of it all, but as time passes and the novelty wears off, you realize your salary is crap, your boss is toxic, there’s no possibility to grow in the company and it’s not worth it to spend 3 hours on public transportation to go to work and go back home. It’s just not worth it. Continue reading
I don’t think I have a favorite type of location. Right now we’re playing in the Underdark (Forgotten Realms), we escaped Menzoberranzan and are now in a place called Neverlight Grove. It’s… dark, so now I’m wishing I had created a character with night or low-light vision. Oh, well.
It was a Ravenloft adventure. The Mists brought the characters to an old manor, where restless spirits were trying to tempt them and entrap them there for eternity. The characters were separated after a while, and every room shifted to show what would tempt each of them, and then show them the punishment they deserved. The manor showed them the horrors that happened before their arrival as weird transitions between past and present, which caused players and characters to be freaked out of their wits. One of them fell to the horror of the visions (failed a Horror saving throw) and almost killed the rest of the party in his delusional state. It was awesome!