slaying the horde
So we played another session of D&D on Tuesday morning.
So as I may have mentioned before, my friends and I have started running a Dungeons and Dragons campaign with me as DM. Having finished our first adventure, I thought I’d do a write up with a general summary of what happened, what I did as a DM and how well it worked or didn’t, and what I can do make a better experience. I don’t know how big of a D&D community there is on tumblr, but this will help me collect my thoughts. Plus the exploits are pretty interesting, imho.
Putting this behind a read more because a) it’ll probably be fairly long and b) a couple of party members follow me and I’m telling them right now to not read any further so they don’t spoil everything for themselves.
Oh my god I had a fantastic day yesterday let me tell you about it.
So we took the train into Toronto because there’s a studio Ghibli retrospective at this like cinema/museum/gallery place downtown and we wanted to catch the screening of Princess Mononoke. So after we bought our tickets we wandered over to Queen and I went into the Silver Snail which I had never been to before. I wanted to buy like every goddamn thing in the store but I just settled for some pretty blue dice. I have a little box that used to hold film so I think I’m going to paint that and make it a diceholder. So we went and saw the movie and it was fantastic (well I had already seen it but anyway) and after that we went to Sonic Boom and I found this amazing Decemberists shirt and it was so cool and fit me rad but it was like thirty dollars but fuck the police I bought it anyway it’s so awesome.
Then we decided we wanted dinner so we took the subway to the eaton centre and went to this cool asian place called spring rolls and I had good pad thai and then we just missed the train when we got back to union so we had to wait like an hour and I was tired but eventually I went home and fell asleep.
The moral of this story is that physical possessions are cool.