While trying to come up with something spooky, fun, and slightly horrific, I stumbled upon the perfect holiday to push me in the right direction: National Black Cat Day. That's today by the way! So, to celebrate, here is a fun story to help set the mood for the holiday and the season. Enjoy!
Also, below is a link to last year's black cat story. Why? Because the more cats the merrier! Or the spooooookier.
The weekend has arrived!! Or at least it will soon :) My different go-to groups for campaigning have taken a break (holidays and birthdays and whatnot), so I’m enjoying going through different stories of adventures others have gone on. This one once again looks at what is likely Dungeons & Dragons' worst rogue ever as he continues down a...different path than most rogues.
For some background on these short stories, check out my blog Role-Playing Shenanigans. As for any Positivity Camp fans out there, next week will have a new chapter. It’s one of two left that have already been written, so it’s a guarantee ;)
I hope you’re having a great Friday! I don’t know about you, but I’m pretty excited about this week’s Positivity Camp story. Don’t worry, I won’t give anything away on this late-night adventure away from the camp. :) The ending isn’t far off now. In case anyone was wondering how far off it is…I don’t know. I’ve been pantsing it the whole time (Basically writing without an outline / winging it). It’s close, though. So close.
If you’re new to Positivity Camp, then you’re in for a treat! Although, I do recommend starting from the beginning. The story is about a camp that forbids negative words so that campers can have a more positive outlook on life. It isn’t easy avoiding words like: no, not (and any contraction thereof), the prefix un-, less than, bad, never, etc. The list of forbidden words doesn’t sit too well with campers Daniel and Wendy. Together, they plan to take down the camp.
Who’s ready for the weekend?! I know I’m looking forward to some Dungeons & Dragons adventuring this weekend. Perhaps one day I’ll share one of my own adventures or misadventure more likely. For now though, I have a story about a terribly bad rogue, and yes, there are more stories to follow this one as he was really quite awful at his job.
For some background on these short stories, check out my blog Role-Playing Shenanigans. As for you Positivity Camp fans, there will be a new one next week. It’s already written, so it’s a guarantee ;)
Hello! It’s the news you’ve been waiting for! Positivity Camp is back! I hit a bit of a slump with what to do with Daniel and all, but I’m back and have the next three Positivity Camps done! Next week will be another random Dungeons & Dragons misadventure story as I work on mixing it up each week, but hey, at least after that you’ll have some confirmed camp stories to look forward to ;)
If you’re new, Positivity Camp is a short…ha…ha….story…hahahahahaha… Ah, well. It was supposed to be a short 3-4 blog story that has evolved into a much longer piece. As you can see by the title, it is now up to number 34 and it is still going. What can I say? The story needed fleshed out more and I couldn’t end it in three blogs. So, if you’re looking for a fun read on a twisted tale about a camp that bans the use of negative sounding words and the effect it has on its campers, then feel free to check it out from the beginning. Enjoy!
Do you ever have someone bail on you due to crazy things like family, work, or some other event? Well, this week’s story is about what can happen when a group of adventurers leaves a friend behind. In the case of this story, it’s about what happens when a group leaves a heavy hitter behind.
I’m getting ahead of myself! If you’re new to the blog, welcome! I switch back and forth between standalone short tales of D&D campaigns and the ongoing story of Positivity Camp - a tale of a terrible camp that puts restrictions on words they deem too negative and the struggle of Daniel and Wendy as they fight to shut it down.
Backstory for this week’s short tale: In this particular party, there was a wizard (Alanari Light Bringer), a Fighter, a barbarian, and a super OP samurai half-orc (created by a player who had been playing D&D since the 80’s and knew how to make OP characters that were fully within the rules). Only Alanari and the OP samurai could deal heavy damage. (The samurai had an AC of 30. To put that into perspective, an AC of 24-25 was considered good. It took bosses luck to be able to hit the guy. On top of that, the samurai could deal an average of 14-15 damage a turn, which was unreal for simply hitting something. He also carried a weapon with a perk that syphoned life from enemies it hit.) Alanari did not join his companions on the following quest due to...scheduling complications (If a person couldn’t make it to a gaming session, their character couldn’t participate).
Ready to make your day even better? I’m diving back into the misadventures of Hodor the Barbarian. This short story once again comes from the Dungeons & Dragons realm. (For some background on these short stories, check out my blog Role-Playing Shenanigans, and for a quick refresher, check out my blog Hodor VS Illusion.)
Next week will continue with more from Positivity Camp. Will the campers successfully sneak out of House Joy?
As a disclaimer, I did not name Hodor. Once again, that was all on Billy.
Friday is back again and I've brought a story along with it! Well, it's a continuation of a story, but that still counts, right? Regardless, here is the next chapter of Positivity Camp!
Next Friday I'll have another story about the incredibly strong but incredibly dull witted Hodor (I seriously did not name him that!), a Dungeons & Dragons short story. To learn more of what that is about, check out my blog Role-Playing Shenanigans.
For this short story, there is a little bit of background needed. The character this one is about is named Hodor. He is a barbarian with some serious strength, but his intelligence is not so good. Basically, everything this character does involves a random skill check. This is just one of the many misadventures of the barbarian known as Hodor.
Also, as a disclaimer, I DID NOT NAME THIS CHARACTER! Too soon, Billy. Too soon. (Billy being the one who did name this character.)
It’s FRIDAY!!! I know I’m excited about that! Hopefully you are having an awesome day or will be soon. This week we are back to more woe and misery at Positivity Camp as the campers are sent to their cabins without s’mores. How cruel is that?