Month: March 2018 (Page 1 of 2)
It’s a nice hat, which is part of what makes it so odd that it’s just sitting there, by the side of the road.
We talked about cooperation – there is, of course, another side to that. Not only does internal cohesion substantially strengthen a group, so does division weaken it. This suggests that defeating an enemy can be made substantially easier by exploiting friction in their ranks… or creating friction.
Nothing of note, nothing overt. But bad luck, the one constant in the past few months. So, a little bowl of milk, left on the doorstep. An old horse shoe, nailed to the door frame, like a cup… nothing seems to help.
GeneCortess has a new game up in the 3.5e section; Breaking the Siege.
A small town is dying; and your character is one of a small group who made it through unmolested. To save the town, or die with it?
That’s up to you. More details can be found in the game listing. Good gaming, fellow Portalites!
Keep an open mind. When one approach to a problem does not work, perhaps viewing the matter from a different angle will yield a new idea. Similarly, considering a situation from the viewpoint of the opposing force might yield clues as to what they might attempt to accomplish their goals, and provide opportunity to foil their plans early, rather than reacting.