Friday, August 3, 2012

After Play Report

As usual, I'm amazed at the ability of this game to trash my apartment: Wasabi peas, caramel popcorn, chairs (where did we get all these chairs? where do we keep them?), hummus, Adam's dice--left on the TV table, beef jerky, miniatures: a half-orc, a lithe Werner Klocke vampire, Mandy's mini that looks like Mandy, a sneaky blue elf, a brown-skinned half-grey elf, a pointy-hatted wizard, electrical cords and laptops (their desktops are also a chaos tonight), bottles of Dr Pepper and beer, character sheets, a drawing Frankie made of a couch with snakes, every kind of pen, my ID (why is it on the floor?), empty glasses, several pairs of black shoes, Player's Handbook, a shirt soaked in Corona, plates. Izzy is hours ahead and needs to get her xp so she can sleep, Frankie needs to talk about dog training, Connie needs a cigarette, Kimberly needs to tell us about the sniper who attacked the swimming pool on her roof, I need to write this down so I remember it:
-3 halflings met, released, ran off
-4 goblins killed, looted, with 2 warhogs, warned by shriekers
-the party ends the session under the blue dragon's fortress, planning an attack
-the dragon is 10 miles away


  1. "Mandy's mini that looks like Mandy..."

    At first I didn't read the post closely enough, so I spent a full minute wondering how a mini-skirt could look like a person.

  2. Wasabi Peas, Hummus and Beef Jerky are all excellent snacking choices.

    (Caramel popcorn's ok. Better than Cheetos.)

  3. I imagine you could fashion all of this detritus into a giant ziggurat of weirdo gaming energy and use it to power your microwave for a week.

  4. Could their possibly been some alcohol involved?

  5. It is amazing the sheer amount of junk that gamers can generate.

  6. Snacks and drinks are a integral part of any d&d session, let alone anything geek related.