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Sunday's Game Session of a|state

As mentioned in an earlier blog today, I gamed with the Sunday afternoon group yesterday.

The players were just starting their a|state, so to be honest, I wasn't expecting much from Tammy and spross for the afternoon, but I was pleasantly surprised. I didn't really have a good idea for how to get their player characters together during the session, though I had a basic plot in mind that would tie things together. As it turned out, the two players' characters didn't get together in this session, but that was all right.

The game session got off on the right foot once we started play, and I had a lovely time with the Sunday afternoon gaming group. I'll be blogging up the session properly at some point, soon as I get a chance to transcribe my notes and then pop 'em up here on the blog, but suffice it to say a good time was had by all. I hope.


John Kahane

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  • jkahane
    4 May 2023, 14:53
    It's like that quote from The Neverending Story: "It has to hurt if it's to heal!" I say that to myself when things are rough.

    The pandemic absolutely hit healthcare really hard, and still is since…
  • jkahane
    3 May 2023, 20:01
    Yep, the foot ulcer is definitely scary to deal with, and is beyond uncomfortable. The chiropodist told me at my last appointment a week or so ago that the pain always gets worse as the healing…
  • jkahane
    2 May 2023, 13:20
    I'm sorry that your foot is causing you so many issues. A foot ulcer sounds scary to deal with as well as uncomfortable.

    Our health care system is rough and I think it's going to get worse before…
  • jkahane
    9 Apr 2023, 16:22
    My pleasure! Hope it was a good day for you! :)
  • jkahane
    8 Apr 2023, 19:49
    I've definitely been napping more this long weekend. The season is starting to turn and I think it's going to be beautiful out next week. Still my body wants naps so that's what I'm doing.

    I don't…
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