WiscoDice has embarked on an adventure to brave the terror explore Ten Towns. In episode 2, Consey, the Ghostwalker, and the Meeples Champion catch us up on sessions 2-4. What political intrigue did the characters get mixed up in? How did they fare against Shandar Froth? How did the encounter with Scython go? Find out all this, and more in Episode 2!
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For those of you considering participating in the Dungeons and Dragons One Off session here are all of the details. I want to say I am extremely excited to be running this game and am really looking forward to what kind of craziness will be explored.
Step into the world of Zyathé. Discover a haunted tree house and uncover a mystery that will surely chill you to the bone. Darktide’s Night is an evening when the spirits cross more easily into the material plane. It is best to stay indoors, whispered prayers to your deities on your lips, and protections at your doors.
We will be using pre-generated 2nd level characters. Each character will have a unique backstory and character traits to aid with roleplaying. At the start of session I will provide a link to the character sheets and each player will be able to select a character. If two players select the same character and can’t resolve who get will play the character, then I will roll a dice to determine.
Have fun, but not at the expense of others. I see my job as the DM is to facilitate all of the players into having a good time. I hope you can bring the same attitude to the game.
Dice and Dice Rolls
I am using a trust system. Roll real dice, tell me what you rolled. Stay honest. This is a one off and it’s about the experience and the environments you will explore. Cheating at a few dice rolls won’t provide you any real significant challenge and a few failures ultimately are better for the story as a whole.
If you are interested in participating in this Dungeons and Dragons game or any of the other games we are hosting as part of our Extra Life 2021 effort check out the following for more information: