Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Hello hello

Well fingers crossed I have reach the top of Mt Techproblems and am traveling happy and fast down the otherside. Anyways for your listening pleasure - the group are feeling a little more successful...

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Very frustrating

Yet again OBS is letting the group down by not recording the session (audio at least) properly.
I think its time some of the other authors here made a posting about the last session..guys???

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

And they are off...

So the second session and we...well chaos could be said to ensue but they all kept themselves alive.....

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Beginnings and the Paladin Code.

Hi folks, once again we restart the game, after all met with ignominious deaths at the hands of some cult.  this time the group have formed in the city of Afeld, to the north.  The group this time comprises of a range of races and classes.  Their first 'job' was to investigate some bandits in the hope of gaining some money ( and perhaps a little fame as well).  Im telling you all this because - again I forgot to push the record button...DOH!
Next to the Paladin Code.  Thank you for the link,it is very very interesting for another reason which I will get to later.  My issue with seeing a Paladin's code on a spectrum of behaviours or choices is that in first edition it is clear to what standard a Paladin is held - the highest - else why would it have so many constraints  to become one if all and sundry could be one.  They are to expound the virtue of  Lawful Good - and all that comes with that, they belong to a lawful good religion - and all the good and bad that comes with it, their powers are designed to detect, uproot and stamp out evil in any or all its forms... nothing is free, to gain these abilities and be held in high regard ( be that revered or feared) it seems only fair that the individual is held to the same level of standards of comportment as those of their  gained abilities and status.
What I like about the Paladin code in the link was that it gave players an idea of the enormity of expectations placed upon a Paladin, its not just about bashing up the 'bad guy' - any character can do that, some better than others. Its a pity this part wasn't included in the players book as it would help any player understand the enormity of what it is to be a Paladin - that shining light of all that is good and right in the world ( insert inspiring music here building slowly - a man standing alone on a crag, his long blonde hair waving in the wind as he  holds his helmet under one arm and a shield in the other - planted in front of him is his sword - that squared chin- lol  ) Thats my 5 cents worth anyways
Game on