Hello one and all! As discussed in my last post, here is the first in my new series of recaps for games I’m running or playing in. Lets begin! Continue reading “Recap Roundup: Month of February”
I ran the first of a two-part Dresden Files Accelerated casefile – The Motor City Files – on the 15th. It was another great session of roleplaying and narrative powah, thanks to my great players. It was also a great shakedown of Dresden Files Accelerated’s mechanics, as this was only my third overall session using the newer system (and only my second running it.
Recently, I ran a session of my first draft of Simply Accelerated Mass Effect: a scaled down version of my Mass Effect Accelerated project, heavily inspired by It’s Not My Fault! Three player characters launched off the deck of a Systems Alliance dreadnought in a Kodiak shuttle, heading Earth-side on an important mission in Broken Hill, Australia only a few weeks after the end of the Reaper War. They were:
Oh boy, it has been a while since I’ve had any time or anything to say. Priorities or something…but I’m back! I’m starting the year off right with a brand new campaign using a system I have never tried to run before: Fantasy Flight Games Star Wars – Age of Rebellion. This has been a long time come, and on Saturday, 14th of January 2017, I ran my first session of it and my new campaign.
Welcome to another recap! This time, it is for my first taste of Dungeon Mastering for Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. Based in Faerun, my Adventures in the Sword Coast is currently working its way through The Lost Mines of Phandelvar. So not only am I running a system new to me, I’ve also gone one further for me and am using an established module. Trust in me though, the sky isn’t falling, we’re trying new things.