And Quratulain-Is-Samus is further cemented in my head.Quratulain ... shot her with a freeze ray from her Lantern Blaster.
Weird that she, of all people, was surprised. Once Lavanya asked to get close to Greenteeth, I figured recombining into Kasvarina was specifically the plan.Lavanya had accompanied Leon, invisibly. “Get me close to her,” she whispered in his ear.
When he form stabilised, it was no longer the spirit of Lavanya, but of Kasvarina.
“That was unexpected,” she said.
Leon was speechless.
If I was writing a novel, I'd change that line, but I'm writing an account of what was said at the table, and that's what I said as Kasvarina. Anyway, I didn't exepct the enocunter to happen right then and there, or in the way it did. If Uru hadn't offed Copperhat so mercilessly it wouldn't have done. I thought they'd recapture him and drag him round the Gyre for a bit.Weird that she, of all people, was surprised. Once Lavanya asked to get close to Greenteeth, I figured recombining into Kasvarina was specifically the plan.
Me too. Made the next session a bit of a headfuck though!Weirdly glad to see Kas back, though.
See post #659, paragraph 4, to be specific.Out of curiosity, Gideon, when did you decide to integrate the Lavanya, Greenteeth, and Kasvarina plot threads this way? I know Lavanya started out as part of Leon's backstory, Greenteeth was something you added during your earlier stopgap adventures, and Kas is obviously from the published adventure. Was integrating them something you had in mind when the character was introduced or was it a later idea to help trim down the plot threads? Or is it a different answer for each of the two?
Actually, this campaign was very well-planned out. I didn’t have any issues like that, really. All of the complications were of my own making.It is sometimes much easier to start running a campaign after it is finished, it avoids those problamatic revelations which contradict all those clever ideas you had earlier.