Bark at the Moon

Our brave adventurer’s set forth to find their missing companion and in the process uncovered a new ally in the form of the Triton Paladin, Corus. Recovering from the explosion at the care of Van Richten and his apprentice, Ezmerelda […]

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Massacre of the Blazing Sun

This was going to be one of those sessions. I think everyone felt it. Something was going to happen and it probably wouldn’t favour the party. The group doesn’t have a dedicated healer, instead healing is a task that’s been […]

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You’re Bard!

After a hiatus due to the birth of my son (and heir to my RPG collection!) we’re back! Dread was the name of the game of this session. The stark, bleakness of Barovia had grown tenfold since the discovery of […]

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The Art of War

Riding high from their swift and decisive victory over the druids of the Winery, the group made a quick trip to Yester Hill where they were confronted by all manner of opportunity to scout and come up with a plan. […]

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Wintersplinter

A crack of thunder ricocheted around the town of Vallaki creating the sound of a deep, dark laughter as it reverberated off of the ramshackle buildings and around the town square. Whatever passes for the heavens in the dark, downtrodden […]

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Power Struggle

After doing battle with a wayward Werewolf alongside the wolf hunters Szoldar and Yevgeni the group discovered that the beast was Bluto, one of Willemina’s missing sons. Unsure what this meant for her other offspring they decided to venture back […]

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The Tarokka Reading

After laying the cards out meticulously on the table before you, Madam Eva revealed each card in turn giving you each a knowing glance as she cryptically revealed what each meant. The Holy Symbol of Ravenkind The Warrior That which […]

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Preparing a Monster

When I was running Tyranny of Dragons the prep-work involved was fairly straight forward. I’d look ahead at the next chapter, read about the key events and locales, figure out where the NPC’s were and what was going on with […]

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