Played Burning Wheel wrong again this week:
Cole: "Alright people are we ready to challenge some beliefs!!!!???!!!!"
(2 hours and one dead demon bear later)
Harald: "If that was wrong I don't want to be right."
Next week we're going to do it all Oriental Adventures style. Should be all kinds of problematic.
Also played Dungeon Crawl Classics wrong--we were in the middle of a desert and fought a zeppelin with guns that we made explode. No Dungeon. No Crawl. No Classics. Fun though.
Aaaaaaand rescued three PCs from Castle Amber while a talking dog distracted them.
"Who are you?"
"Hi, I'm Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter The Dog. What are you guys doing?
"Guarding prisioners! Go away."
"Really, prisoners, that's so cool! One time in Minneapolis I..."(other PCs start tunneling through the wall. Into the exact one and only cell where the invisible stalker was...)
And back at home, as usual, we are playing an indescribable mishmash version of D&D, completely wrong:
"And so meanwhile, you hear a shrieking noise from belowdecks"
"I'm gonna keep working on my tan"
"The sun went down, remember?"
"Well I want a wizardly moontan"
"It's happening. It's nice. You're really getting a sort of--you know that kind of glinty white schist they use in the subway? Your skin looks like that, like it catches the light from different directions."
"Meanwhile, downstairs...The steam begins to congeal into the form of...you recognize the species...an amphibious vampire curled tightly up like this. She opens her eyes and GAHHHHHHHHHHHH!"
"Meanwhile upstairs you hear this noise."
"Well I guess I see the steam coming up right?
"So I figure there's probably a sauna down there...I guess I'll head down"
But there was no sauna. Problematic.
While, same day, down at the local comic book store, a 6-year old girl was a slaughter machine.
For a change of place we're planning on playing AD&D completely right. Weapon speed factors and everything. I have a half-orc fighter with one hit point who knows how to sew named Slovenly Trull. Mandy is playing a Belit-style pirate named Brazen Strumpet.
The depravity here does not know bounds.