In a few short hours you will play your Lasombra for the final time. Scheduling conflicts have restricted your ability to attend game nights, and tonight will be your final night in attendance thanks to being on vacation. You know that Nigel will die tonight; your Storyteller has already told you this. However, you may still be able to make a difference for those who will remain in the campaign long after Nigel is gone. With trepidation, you arrive at game night. What do you do?
With no uncertainty, tonight will truly be Nigel's final night. The Storyteller has something planned for his demise, and hopefully it will be good. Nigel's sire is another PC in the campaign so his death is sure to affect his plans, as well as the plans of the pack. There will still be six PC's after I'm done, so its not like they will be hurting for people. Perhaps the group is getting large enough that it could be split to two groups, one of which could game on a day I could work with?
I've currently thrown my name out to the Quilt City Ogres as interested in an upcoming D&D 3.5 campaign on Tuesday nights. The setting is described as "Forgotten Realms-ish." Should be a refreshing experience playing with a completely new playgroup, assuming I do play.
Kennedy had a 102-degree fever today, which is the highest she's had yet. She has another ear infection, and was prescribed yet another antibiotic. Maybe soon the infections will finally stop and this mess will all be over.
I uploaded some new videos to my YouTube page. Check them out!