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Ravenloft – 0 Immersion

Ravenloft night!!! Everyone’s here tonight, and we’re stocked up on soda and chips, and the Pizza has been ordered, so it’s time we got going… as soon as we figure out where Ozzy’s character sheet is, since he wasn’t here last time and it’s missing…

Also: immersion is shot. Majere is living in the livingroom and we’re playing among piles of his stuff. Strife’s moved in to Majere’s old room and will be around a lot more, and I’m still having fantasies of Murano Glass  beads to go on the new snake chain I got to hold lockets… because… OMG Murano Glass!!!! ITS SO PRETTAY!!!! Yeeeees…. can’t stop window shopping the interwebz.

So when last we left our hapless crew, they were trying to get some important documents from the guards, about dead Brian….

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Ravenloft – WhoVistani

Ravenloft, once more. Ozzy is absent tonight, so Marco is… staring off into space… like a guy who isn’t there. Because he isn’t. The DM is sick and so am I, so immersion tonight isn’t going to really be happening, and Sam is sitting in because she’s crashing on Q and Majere’s couch, soooooo… yeah. We actually had a session in between this and the last one, back on the 16th… but it went kind of like this….

DM: So… last time, you come upon a Vistani camp…
Lew: It was arson…. give me another drink.
Sam: *Stares balefully.*
Mayo: Who… DOES that kind of thing?
Q: Screw it… lets just watch a movie.

So… we did… but tonight we’re actually going to play.

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Ravenloft – Screw the Superbowl

So… apparently tonight is the Superbowl. This is important to us because it means we need to order our Pizza well in advance of when we want to eat it, and for no other reason, because we’re going to play Ravenloft instead. WOOT RAVENLOFT!!!

So when last we left our terrified party, they were smashing a creepy baby skull that was left in their camp to a powder… because creepy, and most of the party was suffering under the “fatigued” modifier because of their nightmares about… creepy forest babies.

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Ravenloft – Burgomaster of Oz

So yes… we pick up where we left off on Monday, and directly after our last session of “Heretics to the Empire” because damned if we’re gonna stop playing, but also damned if we’re going to go on without a player when they have to leave… so we woke Majere, who was napping thru Heretics, and it’s time to go see the Burgomaster the wonderful Burgomaster of Oz! (What… we were just on the Yellow Brick Road to Munchkin Land…)

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Ravenloft – The Batman!!!!

So here we are about to start a new Campaign!!! We’re playing Ravenloft, DnD 2.0, and none of us really know HOW to play 2.0, including the DM, Majere. He’s been playtesting with Q for a while though, so it should be doable…. they’ve played him up from level 1, and the rest of us are rolling in at his level, level 3.

The Setting:

It’s Ravenloft. We’re going to be in Barovia to start… and… yeah. You can keep up because, here we are!!!

The Party:

Alric – Fighter/Thief, Level 3/3 – Played by Q – Half Elf, from the plane of Ravenloft, Darkon.

Popcorn Explodaduck – Mage, Level 3, – Played by Mayo – Kender, from the plane of Krynn, Kendermore.

Ser Barriston – Paladin, Level 3 – Played by Strife – Human, from the plane of… the song of Ice and Fire, Westeros.

and…

Marco Stregazza – Fighter, Level 4 – Played by Ozymandias – Human, from the plane of Faerun.

Majere has gone a little overboard this time, and is engaging mood lighting in addition to our usual somewhat facetious mood music, and well… seriosing the music. This will be the first campaign where I’ve started Liveblogging at the top of the campaign, so I’m looking forward to having a full record… yay!!!

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