Jun. 6th, 2010

theron: My Dice Are Probably Older Than You (Default)
This afternoon, I'm playing in the first session of a new 4e campaign.   An old friend and gaming buddy just moved back to the area from a few years' exile in California and looking for a game, so G (the DM responsible for the epic Forgotten Realms game from the Tuesday Night Group) is putting one together for him.

It occurs to me that this is the first weekend game I've joined in nearly a decade that wasn't hosted at my house.  It's an odd sensation.  I'm so used to hosting games, even if I'm not running them that it almost feels like I'm doing something wrong in going out to spend a few hours gaming somewhere else.  Or maybe it's just laziness and I'm used to the game coming to me rather than the other way around.

Anyway, it should be entertaining.  My exposure to 4e is still rather limited:  we had a few abortive efforts on Tuesdays when the game first came out, I ran the three sessions and played another with the kids, and I've helped play-test some rounds for OwlCon.  But I really haven't had much exposure to the game as a player.  I've yet to advance a character past second level, for instance.

So here's hoping Pseudolus, called "The Lyre," actually has an adventuring career ahead of him.


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