Here's Sri ja the Sea Witch, mother of Oje ta, a young witch who had been adventuring with the party. Sri ja called the Kraken into her own body so that the party could kill it in mortal flesh. The party lost a few pets and a companion from early in the campaign, but as they fought the Kraken, their friends pulled a decisive victory over the Kraken-worshipping Squidmen in the deep waters.
We did it! We played the final Labyrinth Lord session! We beat Dungeons & Dragons! We started about a year and a half ago. The game took place over about 100 in-game days. There was exploration, thrilling fights, deadly traps, friends made and lost. In the end, they killed the living incarnation of a god and were hailed as heroes. Everyone got an epilogue, we traded thanks, divulged secrets of the world, and planned our next game!
Our indoor herb garden helps me feel a little better as we only go outside once or twice a day right now. We originally set this up as an excuse to get some artificial sunlight into our basement apartment, but I've really come to love my little plant babies. There's oregano that's run wild, sage and rosemary doing their best, Clive the Chive, and chocolate mint. I love the smell of the dirt, and burying my face in the leaves. I can't wait to have a house and do proper gardening.
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Woops! Deleting and re-drafting lost the photo!
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Distasteful RPG character idea:
A Tengu (crow person) plague doctor. She was locked away in a lab, but she watched carefully, learning and waiting. When the time was right, she and the other subjects busted free and escaped into the world. Now, 19 (Corvid 19, Korona to her friends) roams the land!
For anyone interested,
The original Qo Gazzetteer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1udDBz2YaRExoNcSvsDkLVv4cgLa8a9zE/view?usp=drivesdk
The WIP adventurable Qo: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YPaYRTimAbJFgr07Qzf1k1t2WXzsKlr8c7sAJxZw3f4/edit?usp=drivesdk
I'm working on turning the Runemarked Land of Qo, a location built with Levi Kornelsen's "Gazzetteer," into a full-on systemless adventure. I'm taking some cues from Maze Rats and Yoon-Suin (hellooo flavorful random tables), and leaning into system neutrality by tilting rewards and incentives more towards the interpersonal and functional rather than monetary (with few exceptions, but never specific amounts or varieties).
Five or So Questions on Princess World – Thoughty http://briebeau.com/thoughty/2020/03/five-or-so-questions-on-princess-world/
These candles don't (and probably shouldn't) exist.
I trained the neural net GPT-2 on just 72 descriptions of scented candles collected by Amy Pollien The neural net relied on its general internet training for the rest.
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