Monthly Archives: October 2010

Pregenerated Characters– The Order of the Silver Chalice

I’ve had a really diverse group of players while deployed. Enlisted Soldiers and Officers, all the way from Privates to a Major;  male and female, some fresh out of Basic Training and at least one who has been in the … Continue reading

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Uncle Sam Needs YOU (and your dice!!)

What started as a little idea has blossomed far more than I ever thought it could. I had the wacky idea to run a D&D Encounters-style game here at Bagram Air Force Base in Afghanistan a couple days ago. I … Continue reading

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D&D Encounters IN THE DESERT!!!

It looks like I’m going to be staying at Bagram AFB in Afghanistan for a while once the dust settles. It’s one of the most populous bases in the country, especially with all the transient soldiers, marines, airmen, sailors, Polish … Continue reading

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Can Essentials and 4E Be Used Side-By-Side?

I’ve been debating this back and forth in my head for a good long while now. I was blessed enough to (finally) play both the Dark Sun Game Day as well as the Red Box Game Day– both with different … Continue reading

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Temporary (hopefully) Radio Silence

In case you hadn’t noticed, Faithful Reader, I’ve been rather absent of late. This is due largely to getting visitation with my son and getting ready for my next deployment to Afghanistan.   Well, it’s time. Today, I leave for … Continue reading

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