sorry not posted for some time, been away from my RPG desk so to speak.
We are now 5 sessions into our campaign, I am using the great Conan conversion ( http://vaelorn.wordpress.com/category/age-of-conan/ )
You can find a copy of the adventure over at http://www.amazon.com/Conan-Betrayer-Asgard-2nd-Edition/dp/1906103844
I am hoping to make my notes available once I have finished this campaign, but it may be that I can’t due to fact the writing is illegible.
As the published adventure is for D20 I have had to convert a lot more over than I had planned to. Thankfully the Esoterica documents, which I have mentioned before, have been an invaluable source to me
anyway back to work for me, I will post up the session recaps accordingly
so last night we started a modified Dalish Curse, after going through the rules with a new first time RPG player ( only a little bit of extra pressure for me ), we sat down to play.
there maybe a few spoilers contained within this post – sorry
Opening scene sees our travellers a week out of the homes travelling to the Village of VinTiver, of course it is raining heavily and they are searching for a warm inn.
They happen across a farm that has been attacked, little bit of investigation, then a crack of lightenig which illuminated 6 wolves
Our new guy rolled quite high for his initiative and after a few rounds was getting into the swing of it, and was the joint top Wolf slayer ( not bad for his first ever game ). The Mage however was killed before his Rock Armour could be raised. Thankfully a healer was on hand to save him.
Bit of running around the village, concluded the night.
For me it was a solid start so would give it 7/10
So hopefully the new player had a good time, along with the other players.
Onwards to part 2…
so after playing a Conan hacked edition of DA, we are planning on running the adventure from Set 1.
I can can finally use Darkspawn and not just humans. Which will be nice.
This week also sees a new player join us for their first experience of a tabletop RPG. So no pressure tree then for me …
This got me thinking, can people remember their first experience? What made it good??
I will report back how it went later this week