Friday, August 24, 2012
With three Banshees, sometimes deciding who gets to go first is a little like trying to figure out the Peloponnesian war. This is whether everybody wants to be first, or when everybody would rather not do it at all. And this, my dear ones, is where that D&D habit we're trying to pick up really comes in handy. When I have three screaming, squalling, protesting Banshees, ye olde 20-sided die comes out and that sucker has decided more conflicts than Carter has liver pills (and if you get that reference, you have the same sort of parents and grandparents that I did). I still don't know if we're ever going to get around to that first D&D campaign, but you'll get that 20-sided die when you pull it from my cold, dead fingers.