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10/12/2017 7:09 pm  #1

Black Moss-Hag of Lug

My group has spent two sessions thus far in Lug. Two game days in Swampgate, one night as guest of one of the outland peat farms, and one night in...well, let's just say the group is 'underground'. I don't want to ruin the scenario for anyone.

​That said, we're having a blast. It's a decent size group with good charater race and class variation which has led to some fun interactions with the locals. If they survive this will be this group's last as level 1 characters.

​We are having a ton of fun running this system and this scenario is really well done. There's a ton of background detail included but enough room to add my own touch of 'color' so to speak. I'm taking great pains to create a feeling of continuity between southern communities so that the in between adventures are more story like and compelling. By creating a feeling of continuity I've given the players an opportunity to react to NPCs like they would people they meet in their real lives. The conversations, personalities, and sense of shared history are getting more complex and realistic. Very fun!

“The more I see of what you call civilization, the more highly I think of what you call savagery!” 
― Robert E. HowardKing Kull

1/03/2018 4:56 pm  #2

Re: Black Moss-Hag of Lug

My group wouldn't let my hunchbacked Esquimaux seduce the Black Moss-Hag of Lug.
I'm all, "Why not? I have 18 Charisma points!"

"Role-playing isn't storytelling. If the dungeon master is directing it, it's not a game."  ~ Gary Gygax

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