In this, Session Zero of DICELORE's brand spanking new campaign: The CHEFS-d'OEUVRE of the FORGOTTEN ART OF LUSKAR WEAVING (PLUS OTHER THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU DIE), well... not much D&D gets covered. Just enough, though, to get us on track for our first session, wherein our party will find itself in Red Larch, on the Sword Coast, circa 1650... yes, that's right... Victorian Era D&D!
Vinkee the Bugbear Ranger rejoins the team as they finish up their shopping and head to Irlentree Manor for dinner and a good night's rest, before heading out on the road to Candlekeep. But Episode 33 of DESCENT into AVERNUS has more in store for them than mere provisions and sustenance. Family drama, anyone? Oof!
Session 32 of DESCENT into AVERNUS finds the party acquiring a new friend, who has many mesmerizing skills and hints at volumes of fascinating background threads... if he would only come out of his shell. [Note: apologies for Lee's annoying audio echo... the WHOLE TIME. We'll get that straightened out before next session.]
Hell's bells! In episode 31 of DESCENT into AVERNUS, we reach the climax of the hellish bizarro-scape that is the Mandorcai's Mansion storyline. Can they really have found Aego's mom? Something—or someone—is hell-bent on making sure none of them leave alive. Looks like they're going to have a devil of a time getting out of this predicament, that's for damn sure. Enough hints?
Sadly, Session 11 is the final episode of SOLO LEVELING. GM Katran had to end it there, but the party goes out with one last Boss Battle, and a -GASP!- character death! ...or maybe not. After the game ends, John, Hailey, Hal, Ryan & Lee spend some time discussing what comes next for them on Thursday nights.
Is the end of Mandorcai's Mansion within sight? DESCENT into AVERNUS, session 30, seems to inch the party closer to finding Aego's kidnapped mother and a confrontation with... what? Are the story arcs for the other characters' missing persons about to be resolved as well? Perhaps. But first—chains and tentacles, man. Chains and tentacles.
Welcome to QUITE the CHARACTER, the mini-show where we spend an episode talking to each DICELORE player about one of the characters they inhabit in our campaigns. Today it's Hailey and her Xibalba the Voltaic Dragonborn Warlock from DESCENT into AVERNUS. Come say hi!
CALL of CTHULHU: The Crimson Letters, session five finds our investigators starting to put things together... displaying some mechanical aptitude and incredible luck!... smelling pretty bad... and beginning to explore some rather, uh, special circumstances ascribed to each of them. Weird things are getting weirder. As they do, in Arkham.