Adventure 001: A New Begining
Bathing in the Poo Water!

Our first session is in the books. A quick recap of the night:

A bulk of the evening was spent on character generation, yawn I know. But after some work, myself, Tom, Bill, Chad, Linda, Logan, and Gabe all polished off our characters and began the journey to Roma on a crowded transport ship. After getting to know each other a bit, we decided to take in the open air of the sea on the main deck.

Suddenly, the ship was attacked by 4 Sahuagin who were intent on killing the innocent passengers of the sailing vessel. Tom (insert Character names) was brave enough to push one of the foul beasts over board, only to have it return two rounds later. The party was victorious, and the ship had some fishy tasting meals over the next two days.

Upon arrival to the great city of Roma, the party checked in with the local magistrate to ‘register’ as active adventures. They took a job in search of a lost child. It turned out the child was drug into the city’s sewers systems by a hive of giant ants. Many of the members of the party was dunked into the putrid waters in attempts to drown out their lives. The party eliminated the hive, however, but were unable to save the child, who was found just down stream. The boy’s body was returned to his parents for a proper burial.

What adventure will come on a full night of gaming? Just wait and see!

Leystra: Reborn
Pathfinder, Leystra, Campaign

Well, after some time being dormant, the campaign is up an running, and under a new gaming system. I am happy to announce that the Leystra Campaign has gotten off to a new start under the Pathfinder RPG system. We are one adventure in so far and it looks promising!

Character Generation

This is a home campaign I hope to complie into a full blown Campaign Setting in a year or so. We have played in many campaigns over the last 15 years, all of them short lived. My hope is that with the rich details I plan to put into this world that Leystra will live on in my household for decades to come!

Each time we have ended a campaign and started a new one, we always seem to start at level one again. This will not be the case in the campaign setting. I am allowing my PCs to create chaaracters of the same level as our old 3.5 campaign. With this in mind, the PCs will be starting at 6th level. This should be fun as it is half way to Paragon level and I think the players are all looking forward to seeing what the higher level monsters of D&D look like.

We play every other Saturday and our next schduled game will be 9/20/08.

I will keep a detailed adventure log for my PCs and the fans of this campaign setting.

DM Ed Horne


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