November's plot hooks are in! Bite 'em while the bait's still fresh.
The Special Spirit Squad has decided to switch from Pathfinder to 5e. We all agreed that we preferred the elegance and simplicity of 5th edition, and that the bloodrager was getting so powerful that balancing encounters was becoming impossible for the DM. Glurf was a home-brewed Toad Life & Water domain Cleric. To preserve all … Continue reading Homebrewed Toad race for 5e.
1,840 words writen today; 8,037 written in total. First Chapter - Previous Chapter - Home - Next Chapter Afterwards, Jangles and his new friend were treated to the village's hospitality. They were excited to have been part of one of the Smiling Knight's actual adventures, even though Jangles kept insisting that he was just an … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017: Day 6
2,333 words writen today; 6,197 written in total. First Chapter - Previous Chapter - Home - Next Chapter With the eyes of the knights and a whole village on him, Jangles scuttled towards the well and peered inside. Not surprisingly, he did not see anything except for a thick darkness. “Good people,” Jangles orated, “do … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017: Day 5
159 words writen today; 3,864 written in total. First Chapter - Previous Chapter - Home - Next Chapter The well was conveniently located in the center of the village square, so that the whole town could form an audience around it to watch. “The monster is down there, milords” the village elder, who had positioned himself … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017: Day 3
2,722 words writen today; 3,705 written in total. Previous Chapter - Home - Next Chapter The paper dragon folded into itself, disappearing. Jangles sat down on a stool and grabbed his lute, indicating that the narrator was taking over. And so, the Smiling Knight left the mourning dragon mother in her lair while he searched … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017: Day 2.
983 words written today; 983 written in total. Previous Chapter - Home - Next Chapter In the center of a busy market square, surrounded by captivated children and their smiling parents, Jangles the Clown was telling one of his stories. The Jester danced wildly as he narrated, his bells jingling merrily as fought monsters, rescued … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017: Day 1.
At level three, Pact of the Tome Warlocks get three cantrips of their choice. Our warlock player thought that just getting those spells would be a little dull, so he asked me to have his patron bestow them on him through visions. A little context: Little Ice is a snow tabaxi warlock from the north. … Continue reading Little Ice’s Nightmares
I've been running Scribequest for almost four months now and I feel that now is a good time to reflect on what worked, what didn't, and what my plans are moving forward. I am going to discuss each story-strand separately, moving from oldest to newest. In my oldest currently running group I play Glurf, a … Continue reading State of Scribequest
This is a summary of the second session of a new campaign I'm DM'ing. I decided to forego the detailed prose of last session's summary (part 1, part 2, part 3) in favor of a more pragmatic style. These are primarily meant for my players, to act as a log to safeguard the continuity. I … Continue reading Kragsport, Part I.