Guns… are a strange thing. They are a game changer. Suddenly, there’s this little pipe, that will allow you to kill a person across a room, in an era ruled by swords and strength. Anyone can simply pick up a pistol and shoot, and that will be as powerful as a blade (if not more so). Sometimes they are handled badly in D&D-likes. I’ll talk about that.
So, the campaign continued in that chamber with guards and wizards and stuff. We had four players as well, so that was great. And the one who wasn’t there, well… his character was one round away from death, with a spear through his gut.
Well, I seem to have made 100 posts now. That’s like 1 post every 3 days since I started. That’s pretty decent. Anyways, this, according to internet tradition, requires some kind of special post. So I went and made 10 different d10 tables for a total of 100 entries. There’s one for villains, allies, magical phenomena, loot, and more weirdness.
So I finished reading this book I spoke of. (The surprising thing isn’t that I’m done, but that it took this long… the book is only around 110 pages). Anyways, I promised a review/impressions post, so here it is.
Here’s a little sketch that I made, inspired by Bloodborne. It could probably use a bit more polish, some time. It’s a fun piece though.