Gamer+ News July 22, 2022 from hairylarry's blog

Join us Saturday morning at 11:00 for Inspired Unreality open game chat. Bring your own topic. All gaming is on topic. Vivian and I will be holding down the fort hoping to chat with you. Or working on our own projects like my Idioms For Idiots D20 dice table.

I used this last week when the party had an impromptu picnic with two farmers working beside the road. Turns out, one of the farmers was an idiot.

Inspired Unreality is held every Saturday morning at 11:00 in the gamerplus chat rooms at Tenkar's Tavern on Discord. Go here for more information and an invite link.

We also finished my first extended campaign, a low combat adventure in and around Tobbins Shire on the other side of Wilken Woods west of Milyagon. We started the campaign last February and enjoyed it so much we added it to our regular schedule on the third Saturday of the month. For the last three sessions we have been gaming around the table at Eclectic Geekery. Last week DM Carl joined us and we had a hybrid game, around the table and on the internet.

I took all the session summaries and turned them into "The Story of Mister MistMeister and his Many Transformations". Here's some spoiler free excerpts from last weeks game. (By spoiler free I mean I'm not giving away any of the jokes.)


On our way we saw two farmers taking a picnic break from their toil. Wyleth hailed them and asked if we could join them. They said, "Sure." and asked about the ale so Caper poured a round. Clairen was happy to have an impromptu picnic with new friends.

Snurgi was inspired to compose a poem on the spot.

We was walking along and found some farmers
We knews they was safe, they wore no armors
Our friend sat down plop, to eat a potluck
And we was confident, no one would harm her

One of the farmers was an idiot but they were both really nice and we enjoyed their company.


The Read Headed Rascal said, "Look." and he looked up the valley. When the party followed his gaze they saw a large circle colored green and yellow and some colors they didn't know. In the circle was the valley, fully populated by sentient oak trees. And when they looked under the trees their was a village of acorn people with houses, roads, and carts pulled by beetles. The sentient oaks did so well growing in the valley that the acorn people lived lives of their own before finding a final resting place where they could lay down and wait to be an oak tree.

And looking up to the top of the hill they saw four giant sentient oaks that must have grown from the acorn people they had carried across the river. They decided to name them the sentinel sentient oaks.


For the whole adventure go here.

So, join us tomorrow for open game chat. In two weeks the topic will be Fantasy and Science Fiction. And then on the third Saturday in August we'll be back in Tobbins Shire seeing where the dice lead us.

We've been having a heat wave in Arkansas and I know we aren't the only ones so Stay Cool!

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Hairy Larry

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