So we had quite a game this week. Malik missed out on a massive game as several events came to a close. The arch nemesis of the group, Neves, was finally slain in a brutal combat by Timmy. Then B won the Gangrel Moot for the position of Primogen. (quite scary, a B with responsibility).Continue reading →
Going from my rough memory of the night (I left my notes at home):
Malik had returned from some business he was attending to and was trying to set up a meeting with Justice Pate. The group got together and filled Malik in on what he had missed (even if linked with B mentally for a night). Continue reading →
Oh yes, WWMD, those magic letters kept sanity this round. What do they mean? Well it doesn’t involve WMD’s , otherwise ask one of the group. I honestly think the gods of Chaos got control of this game. (B had several shining moments during the round).
Yet another busy game session in which the action was mental but intense. We were short 3 players as Malik was off on business in real life, B had a very early shift, and Scott didn’t show. Continue reading →
Jesse Clyde Killed: Jesse Clyde was recently killed in his home late on the 18th. While no witnesses came forth, it is suspected that the killing was in direct correlation with the recent arrest of the Colombian drug lord.
Justice Pate released a statement on the 19th in response to the killing. It states that she will not rest until the case is resolved. She is now the front runner for the position of police chief. Continue reading →
The game was absolutely intense. We started out with the pre session and then jumped right into the meat of the story. It ended up becoming more than I expected out of an evening and was a pleasant surprise. It truly proves how much can get done when combat isn’t the primary focus. Continue reading →
This weeks game we added another member to the group. It proved to be interesting times with tension at first and then a great finale. Interesting things happen when you mess with a blood doll and rise in public places (not to mention miss 2 games). Needless to say, on the discussion of tables, we decided we need a larger one. The group is growing, and has outgrown my little table. Continue reading →