Tagged: endday

It’s the end of the world as we know it

….. and I feel fine. Just five short sessions to go in our Endday Campaign, and it will all be over. Literally over, because that’s when the world ends. Sorry about that. Slightly more...

Gamers with Low Attention spans

That’s us. Over the past few weeks we’ve flitted between campaigns and systems like a load of flittery flitting things, a horde of rampaging butterflies that land only to move off in a spuriously...

Endday Interlude: Wandering Encounters in 4e

There’s a word for people who don’t like wandering monsters. They’re called “players”. GMs (those I’ve talked to, anyhow) love ‘em as it adds just a little randomness into what is otherwise a preset...

Endday Update: Baby it’s cold outside

Our heroes finally arrive in Chicago where the worst winter on record has hit, hard. It’s like a scene from The Day After Tomorrow, and only the hardiest Chicargo residents (Chicargoids?) are braving the...

Endday Interlude: Epic is a state of mind

So far, our D&D Endday Campaign has been anything but D&D. We’ve had timeslips into Vietnam, out of control planes on a collision course with Hell, Angels pinned to the ceiling of unassuming bookstores...

Endday Session Eight: Fly me, I’m demonic

In game time it’s the 8th of September, barely a week since the Unnatural Storm on the 405 and the beginning of the Endday Campaign. Our Heroes have fought Rupture Demons in ’60s Vietnam,...

Angels and Demons and gingerbread skyscrapers oh my

From the You-Gotta-See-This Dept.: Christa made a kickass awesome snow covered gingerbread skyscraper today complete with Demons on the rooftop and Angels protectively circling down below. Oh yes. Some of my D&D minis are...

Endday Prelude: Plotting and expectations

With the Endday Campaign on temporary hold, I have a little more time than usual to plot the next few sessions. I’m planning a big climax to the end of the Hero Tier where...

The Endday Chronicles: Days Six and Seven

Oh man I’m so far behind on my campaign write-ups. To those who are only just tuning in we’re playing 4e D&D set in the modern day where our heroes battle demons on the...

Endday Interlude: Angels and Demons

Where do campaign ideas come from? Sometimes their plots are ripped from the pages of books or are inspired by That Movie (that movie, all too often, being Star Wars). There’s a lot to...