I guess this is how I start.
I like playing and i love worldbuilding. Even if I'm to busy currently. I play with my friends and we started getting into it 8 years ago. And oh boy do I not regret setting up our first game in moms kitchen. And while we started years ago we never got into the habit to play regulary until this year.
I read in my free time(alot) and work on my novel/short stories.
Catching up with my favorite podcast.
I love your microfictions. Your writings are inspiring. I cant help but love the world you introduce with less than 500 words.
So the setting for my adventure is in a city.
My players are questionable criminals trying to get influence to strike back at their former tormentors yadda yadda.
They managed to get a good standing with their gang for now with a handful of successful minion operations. Smuggling goods and messages, not getting caught reading them (I made it so tempting and they didnt even care)
Now I need to transition to the next arc but how?
"Why is this tavern called The Weeping Witch?"
"You've never heard the tale?"
"It's about a young witch and how her heart was broken--"
"By a man?"
"No. She didn't get into the college she applied for so she forged her own way; started her own company only to have her revolutionary new spell stolen by her business partner. Some say her tears were so salty she made earth and creatures around her barren."
Let’s play a game, to help some of the newcomers make connections: name 5-7 things that interest you but aren’t in your profile, as tags so they are searchable. Then boost this post or repeat its instructions so others know to do the same.
#manga #fantasy #welcometonightvale #larp #folkrock #bread #ireland #birds
Idea for #DnD games:
Short rests don't take one hour, they take one scene.
Make me believe some downtime happened? Congrats, short rest completed.
Lazy DM who is way too busy to keep up with their own game.
I am into reading and RPG.
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