DnD – The Torn Apart Campaign

As I mentioned in my first post, I am currently dungeon mastering (yup, I turned it into a verb) a Dungeons and Dragons 4th edition campaign.  DnD has been a game I have played for roughly ten years now, and I can’t think of a time when I have enjoyed it more. 

Our campaign tries to play every Sunday night for around 6 – 7 hours, and we have been doing so for about 3 months now.  Every PC I know holds the notion that the higher levels are more fun, and while I agree, I think it is important to start at the lower levels to work your way into a character and campaign, not focus so much on the fighting but also on the story of the world itself.  But to appease my crowd, in the roughly ten or so sessions that we’ve had, I have power-leveled the group from level 1 up to level 5. 

I may, from time to time, document a certain battle, part of the story, or something on here.  Only a few of my friends will be interested in reading it (if any at all), but I know that in the future, I may appreciate knowing what went well and what didn’t with the sessions that I plan.

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About Berton

I am a 27-year old barista / PCA with the lofty dream of being a comic book writer but the realistic goal of becoming an high school communication arts teacher. I am a married man, which is still odd to think about. However, don't let this fact confuse you: I am surely not a grown-up.
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One Response to DnD – The Torn Apart Campaign

  1. The story of the Family’s activities inspired John Moran ‘s opera The Manson Family and Stephen Sondheim ‘s musical Assassins , the latter of which has Lynette Fromme as a character.

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