Monthly Archives: March 2014

Fall of Gloryfate

Generations ago a clan of dwarves stood out among the other clans and shone brighter than any other. Gloryfate Clan was chief in the old world and was renown throughout the land. Master craftsmen of both weapons and jewelry, trade … Continue reading

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My absolute favorite class to play in a non computer version of DnD is the bard. It has the most character by nature. I have more fun playing a bard than any other character. Typically I enjoy the role playing … Continue reading

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More wandering and Stirges

The heroes counted their loot and blessings after defeating a dragon. Moradin protects as always and the group felt secure in their continued success after defeating such a powerful foe. Guter the rouge dwarfs with hideous features scouted ahead with … Continue reading

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Downing a Dragon

The party continued through a labyrinth of cave, dark and dismal. Their half breed elf guide continued to be mostly mute and oddly distracted as the heroes meandered about the tunnels looking for a way out or for a fight. … Continue reading

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ranger (Like the Sureshot)

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Sureshot excerpt: hunting with the Sureshot

By late afternoon, Rothan was growing impatient, but Durbar urged him to stay focused. Rothan began to think that his friend was being too choosy with which tracks to follow. He did not want to return to Harmon empty handed. … Continue reading

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Minotaur Bard

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