I was sick during this session and did not play, and on top of that, my husband had lost his voice since we had gone to a concert (Sabaton and Battle Beast) the night before. So, our back-up DM took over to run more of the dungeon we had started the previous session. We advised him to bring his paladin along since the dungeon is designed to be rather difficult and without Del, Balthasar might have ended up as the only tank if we had a similarly low turn-out – which is exactly what happened.
I took another step in my Corsairs project, and it turns out my original idea for the basing did not really work out either.
For our second “Sky Pirates” D&D session at the mall, a number of players did not show up, but we got an extra player in the form of a potential new DM that might run another table for the games store in the future.
For those of you that have not seen Warhammer Community’s posts going up, I wanted to take a look at the new “Faction Focus” article that just recently went up for Craftworld Eldar.
A narrative account of what transpired during our first D&D session at the mall.