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Guns of Telluria: The Rising

 I ran a session of Guns of Telluria (Into the Odd) for the game day. I barely managed two players, and in the afternoon I had no players. “Jeb.” (Shaun) He was recon in the army, but since he quietly left … Continue reading

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Guns of Telluria: The Barrowmaze Contract

Kindyl and Devin returned from the previous session. They sailed to New Orleans, where they met up with Dr. Gryffin (a former army medic) and Jarl, a huge strong soldier who fought in the battle of St. Louis but left … Continue reading

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Guns of Telluria: Off the Rails

https://fictivefantasies.wordpress.com/into-the-odd-open-table/ We had four veterans. Jack Reed. (a.k.a. Jack Felix) A former corporal in the cavalry, he went AWOL after Topeka, and he owes a lot of money to the government. The only weapon he still had was a bomb. Gruden … Continue reading

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Many Masks of Lace Falls (Second Run)

I ran this adventure once before for an online crew, but enjoyed running it again for the Greater KC RPG Day folks. Sir Atticus Bellows hired sixty veterans to mount an assault on a fey quiet point. Thrustus, a fey … Continue reading

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Greater KC RPG Day!

Today I’m attending the Greater KC RPG day. I’m running a session of Lasers and Feelings in the morning, and Into the Odd in the afternoon. I’m hoping to meet lots of great people at this event! Also, I’m giving … Continue reading

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First time on Roll d20.

I lacked the technical know-how to insert a floor plan on the map level, but I like what I ended up with better anyway. It would not work for all scenarios, but it worked for this one. I made a … Continue reading

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Many Masks of Lace Falls: Into the Odd

I had a great group of six (!) players for my first attempt at a Roll d20 game. They took on the possibly abandoned fey fortress on Lace Falls, on the Missouri River. Sixty veterans were hired by Sir Atticus … Continue reading

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