Cat Capers has arrived in NZ! Hooray! Last night James, Julia and I started mailing and delivering them. We’ll be having a launch party: you’ll get something about that if you backed our PledgeMe campaign. You’ll start to see Cat Capers in stores soon in NZ. So exciting!!!
Don’t forget to check out http://www.cheekyparrotgames.com for more info.
We played Sauron vs. The assembled elves and humans last night. The heroes on the side of good were Isildur, Elendil, Gilgalad and Elrond. We didn’t have a Sauron figure, so… well, you’ll see.
The Last Alliance lines up
Sauron makes his entrance
Orcs clash with elves and men
The heroes face Sauron
Cast the ring into the fire Isildur!
Hey all! James introduced me to the LOTR war game recently. He ran me a little tutorial session in which I had to rescue a bunch of besieged elves and humans with Isildur. All the Numenoreans died… Racist elves…
The Numenoreans prepare to defend the hill
The orcs storm the hill
Forget Sauron! What’s that in the sky?
They are coming…
The funeral for the last Numenorean to perish. He died on the last turn!
Hey everyone, I know it’s been a while. That’s because James and I have been working super hard on our board game Cat Capers, in conjunction with Cheeky Parrot Games. Head on over to https://www.pledgeme.co.nz/projects/3535-cat-capers and reserve yourself a copy today!
This episode started off terribly… and then everything got, so, so much better! Amazingly better. Bogclaw for king!
Episode One here.
Episode Two here.
Oooh this one ends on a cliffhanger!! Damn you lizard men!!!
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Today’s episode: https://archive.org/details/SBGPlaysDDIntoTheRobe
Today’s episode of D&D is just a one hour one-off, in which James improvises a little quest for me so I can create my first uncommon magical item, the Robe of Useful Items. Combat-light, I really enjoyed this one! Here’s what ended up on the robe:
2x bullseye lantern
2x steel mirror
2x 10-foot pole
2x 50-foot rope
a riding horse with saddlebags
a silver coffer worth 500 gold
a 24-foot long wooden ladder
20 gems worth 100 gold each
a portable ram
a 10-foot cubed pit
a 10×10-foot iron door
a 2×4-foot window