Jon's 3E D&D Campaign
Key to Entries
Butt Kicking for Goodness
This is the original party, which is going through the "Adventure Path" series of modules.
(We Ain't Afraid of No Goats -- formerly Takin' Care of Business.)
This is the second party, which is going through a collection of adventures from Dungeon
and other places.
This is the party which is going through Return to the Temple of Elemental Evil in the Forgotten Realms setting.
This is a party which involves Ben and George (or Ben and Steve) each playing two brothers. It takes place in the Forgotten Realms.
Here's a cast of characters.
Thursday, December 28, 2000
Caves of Shadow
The first adventure I ran in this campaign was the Caves of Shadow. The Caves of Shadow was designed as a way to introduce new players to D&D. Since we've been playing it for 15, 20 or more years each, I adapted it to the new rules and ran it to give us our first taste of 3E.
The characters involved were El Esteban (Steve's rogue), Koop (Ben's half-orc barbarian), Oderus Urungus (George's monk) and Aramil Xilocent (Martin's elven bard). This adventure marked the only appearance of El Esteban.
The characters came across Jeffries, an old merchant who had been attacked by some orcs. After driving off the remaining orcs, the charcters learned that the other orcs stole his stuff and headed back to the Caves of Shadow (which has to be said in a spooky voice whenever it gets mentioned). The characters entered the Caves, killed some orcs, a rat and an ogre, and left with some loot.
posted by Jon Grantham 2:39 PM
Welcome to the site for my Third Edition Dungeons and Dragons Campaign, located in the wonderful setting of Greyhawk, specifically the County of Ulek.
I'm going to use this to keep a running journal of what has transpired so far in the campaign. It will be interesting, since as DM I can't give away everything that's going on.
I'll start off with brief recaps of the action so far to try to bring things up to date, then I'll start updating things after each 2001 session.
If the players have updates of their own they'd like to provide, or if they have corrections/additions to what I recall, please e-mail me.
posted by Jon Grantham 2:35 PM