Golly-gosh-darn if you aren't but going above and beyond the call of duty. Well done.
Absolutely, props to all the DMs who manage to do it. I'm not one of them. Before each session, we decide who will do the recap next week. All the players write it out ahead of time, so I just copy and paste them here.I was trying to write a session by session synopsis but that turns out to be more difficult than it looks, I give all the kudos in the world to those of you who can keep up with it.
Thanks, that means a lot to me. Feel free to use them!I must say, your handouts and use of Trello are fantastic!
In the most recent session (not posted here), my group met Nevard. They adore him, and are very excited to help him watch the heavens from one of the most dangerous places in Flint. I hope your group becomes equally excited!My party just arrested The House Elf (Danisca got away) and are planning on meeting Skyseer Nevard tomorrow morning and stop the smugglers that night (It's the 4th).
My party would never do something like that, they are all too idealistic and patient. Where feasible, they spend combat trying to convince enemies to talk instead of fight. In saying this, their idealism is slowly slipping from the world as they are confronted with the cruely pragmatic and selfish sides of Flint.one PC got himself maimed because he drew a gun on Kell and fired
Do you have a link to an artist gallery, or an instagram or something?