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Archive for January, 2009

The following magic items are my takes on Patrick’s wizard house rules. I like the idea of making low-level magic-users more useful, but prefer for them to rely on ‘implements’ (spellbooks, wands, staves, rods, etc.).

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In the second foray to the Hall of Kish, Xavier played Hargad the Knight, clad in gleaming plate mail. Derek played Svegnir the Skald, who nearly had the life crushed out of him. Kevin played Grannen the Independent Contractor, who took the risky role of party scout. And Patrick played Ballock, brother of Bannack (who participated in the original foray).

Dwergh the Warrior (Iain’s PC) had a previous clan commitment and was unavailable for this adventure, but Doyel the Lackey returned as trusty hireling and mule-tender.

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In this first adventure of the Dwarven Glory campaign, Iain played Dwergh the Warrior and Patrick played Bannack the Seer. On this mission, they were accompanied by Wolde the Adept (NPC cleric) and Doyel the Lackey (hireling).

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Dwarven Glory is an old-school Castles & Crusades campaign that began as an offshoot of Patrick Armstrong’s The Fallen Empire of Tyros project. It consists of dungeoncrawl adventures where each PC is a dwarf adventurer exploring fallen colonies and lost mines of the Highwall Mountain clans.

This gameblog was set up to record session logs and provide background information to players. Over time, it has expanded to include PC records and house rules. Depending on my level of ambition and player interest, I may eventually add setting lore.

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