Winter 2020 DnD Schedule

Greetings, gamers! Please bring lunch, dice and character sheets.

Jan 5
Jan 12
Jan 19

Bellingham Folk Festival is Feb 24-Feb 26th.

Feb 2
Feb 9
Feb 23

We do not know what the March schedule is at this time. This post will be updated when events like rehearsals are scheduled.

Mar 1?
Mar 8?
Mar 15?
Mar 22?
Mar 29?

(DnD) Three Levels of Plot

darkmoon-hairyspider2The AWOL gnomes from Faroth island stole a jeweled sword from a Yuan-ti captain. This news is heard by the Thieves Dragon Guild, established by Rodorax hundreds of years ago. This jeweled sword interests him in his dreams, and Rodorax’s dream voice speaks to the guild leader, establishing a grand bounty on the sword. Bring the sword to the cairn east of Galentaspar and be paid richly.

Well, what proud, devious and frustrated naval commander would not pay for such knowledge? What will happen when they all meet and the cairn east of Galentaspar? Who else has ears on that string, who would send our heros on their quest?

DnD Halloween Reynolds Oneshot Dinner šŸŽƒ

Bring your warm cloak, lantern and brace for the cold. Trek to the Reynolds’ for an afternoon DnD adventure that will leave you spooked!

Please bring your favorite drinks and other GF or other diet preferences. Jed will be grilling varieties of giant fingers (pork) at 5pm, Eloise will be baking witch’s fingers, and maybe we’ll snack on sweet plucked eyeballs for snacks!

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Fall 2019 DnD Schedule

img_20181030_234706_3031234137274.jpgFirst, we have new hours: 12:30–2:55pm. This allows other members to get to OWL class at 3:00pm. Games will be held in the I Street Vestibule and Comfort Room (the Library is going to be used for OWL classes). Bring your own lunch, books and your character sheet.

September:
Sep 8
Sep 15
Sep 29

October:
Oct 6
Oct 13
Oct 20

November:
Nov 3
Nov 10
Nov 17

December:
Dec 1,
Dec 8,
Dec 15

 

Spring 2019 DnD Schedule

We will be meeting either in the I street vestibule or the Library. Games run from 12:15pm to 3:30pm. Bring lunch.

  • April 7 lets game!
  • April 14 lets game!
  • NO DND on April 21: Easter
  • NO DND on April 28: LinuxFest Northwest at BTC
  • May 5 lets game!
  • NO DND on April 12: Mothers Day
  • May 19 lets game!
  • NO DND on April 26: Memorial Day–go camping, gamers!
  • June 2 lets game!
  • June 9 lets game!
  • June 16 Last game of season.

Liam’s group will continue playing 3.5 edition and Alan’s group will continue 5th edition.

 

Deep Below, Another Foe: Githyanki

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[This post is never going to get updated, so here’s a bit of lore from last season.]

Millennia ago, a great many of crusades were led by the first angels against demon kind. While these crusade were mostly futile (as truly destroying demons is challenging), many other creatures were caught in this divine wake. Included were the astral Titan Mendacium Obvium. Obvium was the Titan of lying, deception, and selfishness. He tricked fleeing demons into believing that he was an Archdemon, offering them protection in exchange for servitude. Unfortunately for him, this also attracted the attention of the divine crusaders, who soon marked him as a foe.

Astral Titans are incredibly powerful. They are most easily compared to demigods: not invincible, and certainly not all-powerful… but still a force to be reckoned with. Cliche phrase: describe the capability it actually matches.

The Angels took decades to hunt Obvium down. It took months of battle to kill him.
Describe the angel’s successful technique.
Ā Many dead angels were left behind in the aftermath of his death,Ā  and one of them was Araqueil.
For being holy, why would they disrespect or disavow their dead?
Araqueil was a captain of the angelic forces.
Please introduce Araraquiel before his death. He was instrumental.

He dealt one of the final blows to Obvium, dealt from within his body, for Astral Titans are truly Gargantuan. Araquiel was left for dead inside the carcass of the Titan, and he himself believed he was dead, at least at first.