Episode 2 of Qelong (World of Dungeons) was great fun.
Episode 2 of Qelong (World of Dungeons) was great fun. Four heroes set out upriver, only two returned from their successful mission. But don’t worry, the other two are only probably-dead, which is the same as maybe-alive. They fought some naga-kin, impressed a shaman, tangled with the gaja-simha (AKA the “elephant-lion-thing”) and undid a magical poisoning.
Overall, a very good session. A few things didn’t really work but were still OK, and there was some excellent reincorporation and character portrayal business by my far-flung (NZ and Moscow) players. I may do a post later of the video with “GM commentary” — not because I think I’m a great GM* but because some interesting things happened that would be worth another look.
My main regret is that I didn’t get a chance to unleash the naga (pictured)… this time.
The night after the now famous Tibetan Protection Dance by Mark Chance Lynn and I went to see East Meets West, the…
The night after the now famous Tibetan Protection Dance by Mark Chance Lynn and I went to see East Meets West, the asian inspired dance show out at Miller Theater. The very last performance of the night was this peppy bouncy number with the most adorable girls. However, Lynn leaned over and said it reminded him of the dance Mark had done the night before. I giggled through the rest of the performance as I could only see Mark in the costume doing his little dance with the feather bobbing along above him.
You’ll have to click the link and go to the 2nd page, the very last pictures are the ones I’m talking about. I do think they’d look just adorable on Mark. 😉