You are viewing shadowwolf13

Steadfast Love
I'd walk a 1000 miles, just for you.
OwlCon Weekend 
18th-Feb-2013 10:42 am [apis / lynn, con, gaming, miss kid]
Dice!
It was a good OwlCon this year. We managed to space our games out a bit more so we weren't constantly rushing around. We had Miss Kid with us this year and that went fairly well, until the end where there was an issue with her not being where she was supposed to be and having lost her phone. Learning curve though, she's just now getting that kind of freedom.

We played Redshirts on Friday. Not sure if it was the location, the game, or the dm but it's not one I'll be running out to buy. It's okay as a throw together game though.

Saturday Lynn ran Diablo II (AD&D 2nd edition). The group really enjoyed that and we gave the game to the player who tied for winning the game. We were supposed to play Flashpoint but the GM's daughter got sick so he had to take her home. Instead we managed to slip into a game of Kill the Overlord. That was a fun game, great for a party or group of friends. Lynn and Miss Kid also had a chance to play Khet 2.0 Lasers.

Sunday Lynn ran Melee. Nobody signed up for it but we had a walk on player so Miss Kid and I jumped in to fill out the roster. It's a game that suffers with only a few people to play. It's really geared for 4-6 players. Later Lynn and I played ORE Monsters and Other Childish Things. That was a lot of fun too. It suffered a bit from the time constraints but it was obvious the DM put a ton of time into it and it was a fantastic world to play in.

All in all I'd call it a success.
Howls 
20th-Feb-2013 03:21 pm (UTC)
I played Diablo 2 way back in the day. It was quite an extraordinary game.

The learning curve always comes with new privileges and responsibilities, so there's nothing unusual there.
20th-Feb-2013 07:06 pm (UTC)
I had fun watching them play. I think I might even be interested in such a thing as some point. I like gaming, I just don't like the long set up that seems to always crop up.

The learning curve is always going to be there. I think the biggest issue so far is that she feels she shouldn't be in trouble since she was helping somebody, not just not where she was supposed to be. Don't know how to get her to understand that it doesn't matter how nice she's being if she's hurting others or scaring them.
This page was loaded , : m GMT. Thank you for stopping by.