Monday, March 22, 2010

Master Dungeon Master ~ oh yeah!

Very great to see Rob and sit in on his Castle El Raja Key game. We had a fantastic group of gamers - some of the most intelligent and clever that I've had the chance to adventure with.

Heh, having said that ~ all of us were glad to have Luke Gygax with us and acting as party leader!!

Meaning . . . IMO, Luke helped us all avoid many deaths and possible TPKs.

What a great experience!

Many thanks to Rob. I learned so very much about gaming and in particular ~ how to run and DM a game that keeps the players on their toes and at the same time - having a blast doing while do so.

Peace frog. :-D

Some pics:

Rob's game 2

Rob and I

Rob's game


Anonymous said...

Sorry about the pics . . the usual way of handling uploads to the blog doesn't seem to work. I'll continue to work on it.


Timeshadows said...

Still, very cool, nonetheless.
--I'm glad you all had fun! :D

Anonymous said...

So cool!
I am excited to see photos from Garycon 2 weekend! Thank you for sharing your story and photos.
It looks like it was a lot of fun!

Mark Thomas said...

Wow, big group! That's close to a dozen players, assuming the empty chair is your photographer and everyone is playing.

Keith Sloan said...

I was quite bummed that the session I was signed up for got cancelled. Happily, I was able to join another game during that slot that turned out to be quite entertaining (Joe Goodman's Dungeon Crawl Classic).

Rob Kuntz said...

Oh, Welleran. I won't apologize for canceling the second event, as life takes its turns: in the last month, a major death in the family which has prompted my unexpected move out of state. I was lucky not to cancel the entire convention as it was, and Luke Gygax understood about life's happenings.

Hope you had a good time in in the DCC game.



Anonymous said...

I am sorry for your loss, Rob.

Keith Sloan said...

Rob, sorry for your loss. I was not upset or anything - I got he impression something was up. It just motivates me to come back next year!

Lord Ghul of Hyperborea said...

A pleasure as always, seeing you and chatting with you. I, too, am sorry for your loss.

All the best,
Jeff T.