Category: Prep in Progress

The Prep in Progress entries are short summaries of my prep for my on-going campaign The Tales of the Hero Wars.

Oct 20

Shadows of Ulubrae, Chapter 31, Part 4

  Prepping the brainstorm session  Printing The Happiest Apocalypse on Earth notes Player excitement   My big prep focus for this week was to prepare tomorrow’s brainstorming session for The Happiest Apocalypse on Earth. This is our chance to create the theme park or similar setting for the following week’s Halloween special game. Tomorrow should …

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Oct 17

Shadows of Ulubrae, Chapter 31, Part 3

  A surge of chores Prepping to brainstorm the theme park  The Happiest Apocalypse on Earth character generation prep   After my success Saturday morning printing out the sheets for The Happiest Apocalypse on Earth, I ran out of steam. The sustained stress of the building work has not been good for my energy levels. The …

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Oct 14

Shadows of Ulubrae, Chapter 31, Part 2

  Another skipped session Interlude prep  Printing The Happiest Apocalypse on Earth   Once again, there is no roleplaying today. This always makes me sad. Yet I have other responsibilities and today I am caring for the boys. This scenario is not a good one for my writing, so I am using this time for …

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Oct 11

Shadows of Ulubrae, Chapter 31, Part 1

  A Writ of Execution DramaSystem & Iron Council relationships  A missing actual play report   It was great to roleplay again on Saturday. The early part of the session involved the Players engaging in a fascinating sequence of character scenes. I stirred the pot a little by spreading a few inflated rumours around the …

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Oct 06

Shadows of Ulubrae, Chapter 30, Part 5

  Gaming tomorrow Completed game prep  Character sheet re-design   I am excited to be gaming again tomorrow. After a long break, I always worry a little more about running the game, especially the improv part of the process. I have prepared as well as I ever can, which should be enough to carry me …

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