November 9th, 2015

Monday Morning Stuff

Monday morning. The start of a new work week.

I woke up this morning feeling all right, but I'm still somewhat sick and coughing a bit (though I still get coughing fits, but that seems to be a function of how I've been lying in bed or what I've just eaten). I've got two days of antibiotic left, so we'll see what happens. And I still need to get my flu shot, if possible, but the doctor won't let me get that until whatever infection I've got goes away.

Work this morning is going steady and apace, as the language translation project I'm working on is coming along nicely. No unexpected surprises here, though there are a couple of people out sick, so that may cause some crimps and twists to matters. Time will tell.

Gaming yesterday afternoon was pretty decent, and the Chill 3rd Edition game session went pretty well. I'll blog about that some time this afternoon, I hope.

Sunday Afternoon Game Report - Chill 3rd Edition Session 10

Yesterday afternoon, the Sunday gaming group continued to play the Chill 3rd Edition RPG campaign they are involved in. Here are the game session notes. You can read about the previous game session in this journal entry. This post is quite long, so I've put it behind a cut so that folks who don't want to read any detailed rpg posts don't have to.

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Sunday afternoon's game session of the Chill 3rd Edition campaign was interesting, to say the least, had some interesting revelations and a few good moments of roleplaying, and gave the players much to think about between game sessions about matters. Tammy enjoyed the investigative challenges of the session, and spross was marginally better in his play this week, after a long chat he and I had earlier in the week about his gaming. Still, there's room for improvement. Pretty much all the information they're learning in the scenario is realistic, except for the stuff about the supernatural elements of the adventure and the business with the venomous you-know-whats.

Overall, a good game session of Chill 3rd Edition, and I'm looking forward to seeing how things shake out in the next session or three. :)