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Poking in Eberron: Summary #2

Welcome back, adventurers. Last we left our intrepid crew, we bravely defended a trading post and scouted the lands for danger and cleared them out. As also to note from last week, I had to leave the game early to attend to family matters, so things happened after. As far as I could recall, the cleric we met at the trading outpost successfully led us to his missing temple, but now we somehow owe the Fey that live in the forest some bribes? I didn’t fully find out how or why, but then again I’m not the wisest or most intelligent character, so maybe it works for my character’s personality to be left in the dark ūüėõ

I should also note that our wizard Wiam had to leave the game for good, so now the party is down to Ottaman, Issa, Lark, and Vash.

So to start from this week, Vash finally catches up with the rest of the party at the steps of the temple (“Good to see you, Vash! Uh…. where are your pants?” / “Don’t ask.”) and continues with them to scout the surrounding areas for trouble. On our first night camping, our witch Issa is attacked by a lycanthrope while on watch, and we all take a couple of turns to smack him around to unconsciousness even without the protection of our armor. Our Paladin Ottaman, being the typical Paladin, refused to kill a defenseless creature and so we left it tied up until it reverted to its human shape. Daylight comes and he turns back into a human, but our heal checks fail to wake him up. I leave behind one of my painted headshots with an autograph, and the rope is cut and we leave him then and there.

Like what we should have done to Nicolas Cage before he ruined movies.

After that exciting little encounter, we continue our journey south and further into the dense forest. We stumble into a grove later in the day that held some delicious (re: not poisonous) mushrooms.

And we all know who loved those.

Problem was, a Boggart and a Slurk thought those were theirs, and so a tense standoff occurred. The Boggart, only knowing enough Common to speak “You go!”, didn’t seem to convince our (yet again) stubborn Paladin to stay away, and he made the grab for the mushrooms. Lark grappled him for purposefully trying to be an idiot, but by then it was too late and the two creatures made their attack.

A few turns in with some damage distributed all around (and with Vash dealing a critical blow to the Boggart), Issa decided to send down his raven familiar to pick up a dropped weapon. Right as the raven made the swoop down…. CRUNCH. Slurk noms on it with spectacular precision. Once both enemy combatants have low health, Lark deals a fatal cleave attack and they both drop.

Don't. Fuck. With tree-things.

We gather some gems from the Boggarts nest, a dropped Morningstar and the mushrooms and leave, happily munching on them as Issa cries and whines for the loss of his (beloved?) bird.

We decide to travel back to Oleg’s trading outpost, having finished exploring this section of land. On our way we drop off the most expensive gem to the Temple that was recently discovered in order to pay off the Fey. We later encounter a fairy dragon and its little cricket-man friend, whom apparently are the recipients of the bribes and came to thank us for our gift. Vash unsuccessfully tries to flirt with the fairy dragon.

"Hey, are those real?"
"Maybe you should go away before I kill you."
"Ok."

They ask us to bring them candy and Mead, so we remember to do just that.

Having arrived back at the trading outpost, Issa comes to realize that without a familiar and with really shitty spell choices, he is pretty much useless. Issa leaves the party for good, and our player David rolls up a new character that doesn’t suck so goddam terribly. He eventually decides on an elven Sorcerer with some kickass Storm-something bloodline that gives him sweet powers. He temporarily names his character Greeble, even though we told him it was a goblin name and…. well, David isn’t all that bright.

Greeble’s (blech) character arrives with a new charter for us on top of the exploration charter we currently have, asking for us to clear a forested portion of the land from traps that are strewn about, and to eliminate any bandit forces in the area in the hopes that we may build our own township. Sounded like a fucking rad idea, so we head out and did just so. Lark and Greeble’s perception skills were so high that we EASILY uncovered and deactivated all of the traps we encountered.

At the end of the forest, we find ourselves in a section of the wood with sparse trees and vegetation. Dusk settles and we dismount from our horses to make camp, but Lark notices something strange on the horizon. With remarkable speed, the creature reveals itself as a Giant Centipede, and IT. WAS. HUNGRY.

To be fair, I too would've been tempted for a piece of this.

With a few meager ranged attacks, the centipede charges at just under 100 feet in one move action and dives straight for our horses. Being quite fond of my Billy, I blazed the way to the creature’s twin tails and attempted to hack off one of them before it could be used to whip at my fellows. It didn’t work, but I clearly got its attention. A few more turns of us whacking at him, and he hits Vash. HARD. One attack caused a 14 point damage, and I only had 13 >.> So yeah, I was down and out.

Amazingly, Lark came to the rescue once again and nailed a critical attack on the centipede with his newly acquired Ranseur, and killed the motherfucker dead before it could devour me. One successful heal check later, and I’m barely conscious.

"That was... intense. But I'm alive! I can't complain about that!"
"True, but.... you have no more pants."
"Yep. No complaints whatsoever..."

In short Vash got fucked up by a Giant Centipede, and my ass got saved by my new best friend Lark.

We continued on for a few days as my HP slowly increased back to normal, and we encounter a man named Joral who was hunting for his family. He didn’t much like our intrusion nor was he in a mood to talk, so we left just as quickly as we arrived.

Our last area we explored was a natural hot spring, much to the delight of everyone. Problem was, there were some giant frogs inhabiting the springs. Not many rounds later, both Giant Frogs we encountered were crit’ed to death by Ottaman and Lark. Vash celebrated the 8-hour gaming session and the scouring of the hot springs by taking a well deserved skinny-dip.

"I regret nothing!"

It was a very intense session, but a very fun one. Sadly, the group won’t be able to play together again for another three weeks due to various other commitments D: So we won’t be seeing another update for awhile. But fear not, the San Diego D&D Group meets up this Friday, and yours truly will try out some 6th Level 4e demos.

I know, most of you will complain. But it is still a great excuse to roll some more dice on a weekly basis.

 

Original Compositions

For the past few weeks I’ve been in a phase for songwriting. Well, not whole songs, but the lyrics anyway and some sort of musical “idea” in my head that works with it. Once my bandmates come into town, we’ll try and hammer these up. So for now, you get these lyrics. Let me know what you think? Yeah? Cool.

“D&D Romance”¬†Approx. BPM: 112

First verse:

You rolled a critical against

My heart

From then, I knew we would never

Be apart

I don’t care how, I just want to

Do it

Me, as a Rogue, and you as a 

Druid

 

We can control our world as

We want

As soon, as we kill the goblin mage

Jesskant

With me, you always have a 

Friendly face

Together, you and I, in this

Made-up place.

 

Bridge:

Every week

I peek at your sheet

You are the real treasure

That I seek 

Chorus:

Your Charisma is fine,

You’re really one of a kind,¬†

When I look at you, I’m caught in a trance.

There’s magic up in the air,

Hold my sword if you dare,

We’ll break the enemy with my mighty lance.

(Giggity)

I’d crawl in dungeons for you,

Take down a dragon or two,

Come on baby now, just give me a chance,

And even though its a game,

My love for you is the same,

I knew it at first glance,

It’s a D&D Romance.

Second verse (not the same as the first):

Before, I was awkward and

A loner

And now, you give bonuses to

My boner

The spell, that you cast on me is

So entrancing

I can’t, think of anything but

Romancing

 

So you see, I can charm you with

One roll

When it rolls, it is always

Natural

Please, say to me that you’ll

Be mine

If not, just don’t rip apart

 My spine

Second bridge:

I don’t care

About real life

But in this world,

I want you as my wife

(guitar solo)

Chorus (x1)

 

END 

“The Story of Scientology”¬†BPM = 138 or 144

Verse 1

Far across from space and time

There lived an alien race

Everybody lived in harmony

But not at Xenu’s place

 

He was the big Galactic Overlord

And he knew he had to decide

This overpopulation crisis

Made his coffer dry

Bridge 1

So he packed them all in DC-8’s

With rocket parts, not propeller blades

Then they flew across the galaxy

Everyone aboard could all agree, that

Chorus

Xenu, 

I wish I never knew ya, oh yeah,

Xenu,

Don’t recall even voting for ya

This is true, I know

‘Cause Hubbard told me so

This is the story

Of Scientology

Verse 2

He made a stop at Teegeack,

It once was Earth, you see.

He dumped their bodies in volcanoes

Then blew them to smithereens

 

The souls then rose again as Thetans,

But Xenu still had a trick

He trapped them Thetans with powerful magnets,

And made them watch a flick

Bridge 2

He taught them of religion

And the idea of civilization

What they don’t know is that they’re still

A part of the Xenu Nation, oh

Chorus

(Guitar solo/jam)

Verse 3

Now Thetans are a part of us

It’s them that makes us ill

Scientology can help

For a hefty bill

Bridge 3

And now Xenu’s trapped in a mountainside

Someplace just nearby

If we don’t turn to L. Ron’s ways,

Then Xenu’s back and we’ll all die, yi,

Chorus

Scientology

Scientology 

Shmy-entology

Scientology

 

“The Lonely Nerd Blues” Standard blues riff

My girl broke my Nintendo

Now I can’t play no more¬†

Girl broke my Nintendo

Now I can’t play no more

Without my Nintendo

My days at home are a bore

 (Guitar/Harmonica solo)

Left home to buy some comics

My favorite store is no more

Left home to buy some comics

My favorite store is no more

Without my favorite comic place

My days at home are a bore

 (Guitar/Harmonica solo)

My Yoda bust is busted

My laptop has a crack

My normal days and nerdy ways

Are just what I want back

 

Well, I told my girl my problems

And now my girl is no more

I said, I told my girl my problems

And now my girl is no more

Without my girl to help me

My days at home are a bore


“So, wanna know why they call me the ‘Glam Slam?”‘

So my first meeting with the new D&D group went very well. I got to understand the world of Eberron pretty well, and all of our characters in the group were finally completed and introduced. It isn’t exactly the most balanced party around, but so far we’ve done pretty damn well…. in the one combat round I could stay for.

But first, let me introduce you the characters, along with a brief summary of their background story.

Issa is a Half-Elf witch whom long ago was one of few survivors from a pirate attack on his small town which left his parents dead. While escaping with the other teenagers and children, he encountered an injured raven and helped nurse it to health. Once the raven had fully healed, it revealed itself as being the manifestation of a demon, and granted Issa with the knowledge of magic in return for keeping it as his familiar. Issa has specified no reasons for becoming a traveling adventurer. Played by David M.

Lark Deftroot¬†is an Oakling (tree/human hybrid, like a tiny version of an Ent) fighter who was part of a small community of Oaklings in an unspecified forest. Being alone even among his own kind, Lark captured the friendship of a young human girl even though it was strictly against the rules and conduct of his community. He was one day caught by one of his peers while speaking to the girl, and challenged Lark to a duel. Lark lost, and was banished from the community. Meanwhile, the girl had moved away to an unspecified location, so Lark sets out not only to find his human friend, but to discover what it means to “feel with your heart.” Played by James M.

Ottamin¬†is a human Paladin who reigns from an unspecified location, and without a deity that he follows to the knowledge of the party he leads, and has sought out adventure to smite all that is evil and bring peace and fairness to the good. (In other words, he hasn’t finished his backstory yet.) Played by Michael M.

Wiam is a human Wizard who is very adept in magic, even from a young age. He was apprenticed by well-known wizard who saw his aptitude in the art of magic, and sought to teach him everything that he knew. With Wiam’s incredible power, he accidently wrought some damage to his masters’ home while learning new spells, and with some reluctance he was advised to seek out adventure to hone his skills… preferably at a safe distance from the home of his master. Played by Jeremy S.

Vash “Glam Slam” Emberheart is the narcissistic human fighter who cares a great deal for his image and fame (or what little he has of it). Raised by his wizard father, Vash was taught the importance of logic, intelligence, and magic. Vash threw that all away for big swords, muscles, and women-folk. He ran away to join a traveling performance group and was taken in by the “strong man” performer, a retired adventuring fighter named Callak Ragondor. Over the years he taught Vash combat techniques, strength exercises, and how to survive in a fight. After Callak died and he was caught in an awkward situation with three dwarven concubines and a pinceone, Vash left the group to build his own legacy through adventure and dangerous quests… into the skirts of as many women as possible. Played by Lance.

Our DM is one with many years of experience under his belt, named Mark.

We first began our journey at a small trading post west of Sharn, the capital city of Breland in the Khorvaire continent of Eberron. There we were asked to stay and defend the trading post from bandits, who have been collecting money from the posts’ owner, Oleg, rather than stealing away his wife for their own nefarious purposes. A few days later, Oleg let in the 3 bandits and their leader to the post and our magicians shut the gates behind them, trapping them and allowing us melee badasses to whoop them.

And boy, did we whoop them. On my first turn, I rolled some high damage on an already injured bandit lackey, and carved him to pieces with the one blow. On my next turn, I jumped over a table and flanked the leader of the bandits, and rolled a CRITICAL (confirmed, as this is 3.5) with my Greatsword, which you can imagine, did an incredible amount of damage. So incredible, in fact, that he died immediately after my strike. Yup, Vash “Glam Slam” Emberheart started very strongly.

Only two more turns took place before the remaining two bandits were disposed of, and we hung them on the palisades to teach the rest of the bandit group a hard lesson. We also kept the horses they rode in on. I named mine Billy.

Our intent to going to this trading post was to exercise our charter in exploring this area of Breland. So we travelled East from the trading post and encountered a very strange potion maker who wanted us to kill his brother. We went back to Oleg’s post and met a cleric named Jhor who is seeking a temple dedicated to his deity (whom he also never disclosed).

Anyway, I had to leave right after then so I’m not sure what happened after. But it was a lot of fun and I eagerly await our game for next week.

 

Music: "21 Guns" - Green Day

Please refrain from de-blogging me.

I know, friends…. I know. I have done what I had vowed not to do, which was to leave this blog to gather dust. The terrible habit has been revisited, and has stabbed a new wound left to fester and scab.

But the scab has been pulled, and the dust has been brushed off. This blog is alive, goddamnit, and thats a story that I’m sticking to.

Though I'd rather find a more handsome doctor to keep it alive. Can somebody call Hugh Laurie?

So, where to begin? There have been some changes, but nothing incredibly significant. I suppose I could start with my Honda, the Rad Mobile…

Oh, that’s right. I finally sold that demonic hunk of machinery to a dealer and got another ride. It’s a ’98 Toyota Camry, appropriately named….. Toyoda.

Adventure. Excitement. A Yoda Car CRRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVES these things.

No, it doesn’t look that awesome. Indeed, far from it. But it works much better than the Rad¬†Bad Mobile did in its prime, and I’ve been happy with it so far.

One other important thing I should mention is my new plan for this blog. To keep up with updates and making sure I don’t abuse it again, I’d like to make a weekly post that summarizes the Sunday D&D sessions I will soon be having. I’ve found a group that is open for a 3.5 Pathfinder game, set in Eberron. This will be my first time rolling dice in this setting, so I’ll be learning a lot of new things that I would like to share to those interested.

Of course, I’ll interject every now and then with other anecdotes throughout the week, but this is at least something I’d like to keep as a regular thing. Even if you’re not a D&D fan, I’ll be playing the comic relief character, so crazy shit WILL happen.

So until next time, friends. And remember, be sure to always do what the voices inside the dice are telling you to do.

Roll for doing my laundry.... success!

 

Music: "Derezzed" (Glitch Mob Remix) - Daft Punk

Comic-Con: Day By Day

Shit was off the hook, guys. How off the hook was it? Let’s just say that I could open a nationwide branch of sperm banks due to the amount of times I creamed myself throughout the course of the weekend. I missed out on greater opportunities for creamage, but… I’ll try to get to that later.

So as I’ve explained in the previous post, I won two complimentary passes to San Diego Intl. Comic-Con by courtesy of Illusive Comics & Games (the link is intentional – check it out). Instead of spending one crazy day at the Con as originally planned, I was able to attend for four crazy, incredible, jam-packed, nerdy, armpit-staining, Catwoman-oggling days. Here’s the day-by-day account, with pictures!

This means that four year-olds can pay attention!

THURSDAY

The majority of the photo-taking adventure of Comic-Con occurred here, when I was able to use the Pacman helmet made courtesy of Zana. Here are some personal favorites from the day:

Pacman faces his mortal enemy, The Mexican Avenger.

There are many ways that this photo is both awesome and hilarious.

That shit ain't canon, but it tempts the mind.

Holy shit holy shit this was so cool

Clif and I bring out the big guns and the ladies that occupy them, courtesy of the Lionsgate booth (promoting The Expendables).

Swag

  • Scott Pilgrim Vol. 6 (about damn time), along with a Scott Pilgrim wristband and sticker.

Panels

  • The Expendables: Clif and I only got in about halfway through, but already sitting on stage was Sylvester Stallone, Steve Austin, Dolph Lundgren, Terry Crews, Randy Couture and (shockingly out of his league) panel moderator Harry Knowles. We got to listen to the Q&A and see two amazing clips of the movie. The amount of testosterone in the room was preposterous…. or dare I say, PREPOSTERONE?!
  • Scott Pilgrim VS. The World: We only stayed until the end of the cast introductions, but it was already plenty enough to be entertained. Director Edgar Wright moderated the panel and at one point brought out Nick Frost and Simon Pegg, then after a couple minutes shooed them from the stage. It was all very hilarious.
  • Penn & Teller: This panel touched on their Bullshit show, their origin stories and their magic gig in Vegas. It was insightful to hear about some of the things they have in store for the next season of Bullshit, and everything between was a funny anecdotal from past acts and events.

Other Notables

  • I got the autographs of the entire Big Bang Theory cast. That was wildly cool, except for the giggly fangirls right behind me. That was wildly annoying.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

Zara was finally able to accompany us for Friday when she was previously scheduled to work, so that was pretty good. To our extreme disappointment we didn’t make it into the Big Bang Theory panel that afternoon, given a ginormous fuck-off line that lead into the room it was in. It dampened our spirit that day but it didn’t go without some more good photographs. Saturday was just… plain crazy. But plenty of good things happened that made me squirm with delight.

First, the pics:

Big convention center + every single room in use = a whole lot of nerd funk.

This is just goddamn adorable. I would save this pic for the kids, only then I'd have to explain who Pikachu is and the wonderful world of Pokemon, and I don't think I could bring myself to do that.

Is it just me, or do I detect a bit of jealousy from Hermione?...

"Jeepers mister, you're real tall!"

AH LAWD IZ I IN HEAVEN?!

This giant ad, alone, made the entire trip worthwhile and is easily the greatest thing to happen to downtown San Diego yet.

No convention is complete without the Daft Punk duo. This is one of my ultimate dreams of cosplay to attempt.

The entire cast of Mythbusters, with Chris Hardwick moderating.

Swag

  • Loads of Penny Arcade crap, including: Fruit Fucker t-shirt, book 5 and 6, and two sticker sets. I’m a Penny Arcade whore and I’m proud of it, damnit.
  • A free shirt and bag from ABC, promoting their new show “No Ordinary Family”
  • A Woodstock keychain for my mother
  • T-shirt from Red vs. Blue, “You ever wonder why we’re here?”
  • “Walking Dead” stuff for Illusive

Panels

  • Mythbusters panel on Saturday evening. I can’t tell you any more about this, because… come on. Mythbusters. In person. Jaime and his mustache? Adam in a Batman suit? You don’t deserve further explanation unless you were there yourself. I pity you. PITY.
  • Zara and I sat through a couple of panels while waiting for Mythbusters… the one that screened the pilot episode of a new show, “Nikita” (of the “La Femme” variety, only modern and starring an asian chick), was pretty interesting and I might catch it once it airs. The other was with the second season cast of “Human Target”, while uninteresting, had Jackie Earle Haley there, so that was pretty righteous.

Other Notables

  • Zara nabbed a picture of LL Cool J and walked past an escorted Wesley Snipes. Lucky little jerk.
  • On Saturday I spent the beginning of the afternoon outside, by myself, while Clif was in a panel with my badge and Zara was in the exhibit hall with the other badge. Later on, Clif had to give his back and buy a Saturday day pass from someone outside the con before he could get in line for Kevin Smith. Which reminds me…
  • You might have heard already, but one nerd stabbed another nerd near the eye with a pen fighting over a seating arrangement. This delayed all of the hugely anticipated panels in Hall H for 45 minutes, and clearing the entire room of attendees who were waiting inside, literally for hours, to see the panels they waited all day to see. That really sucked. So did the pen-stabbing, I guess. Later that night at the Kevin Smith panel, one attendee would come up to the Q&A microphone with a pen sticking out of one of the lenses on his glasses. I love Comic-Con and everyone who goes there. Besides idiots who get snippy about seating.
  • We got sketches on ZAra’s sketchbook from famed animators and artists from Penny Arcade’s Mike Krahulik, Cyanide + Happiness, PvP’s Scott Kurtz, Steven Silver, Brian Lee O’Malley’s (!!!) signature, and others.

SUNDAY

Very chill day. I finished up some shopping for small things, and wrapped up filming my “thank you” video dedicated to everyone who helped me get to the con. I leave you with this final photo taken on that day, and is easily the cutest damn thing:

Teh cuteness... it's too much!

San Diego Comic-Con is a time of the year that, I must say as a nerd, that you cannot and absolutely should not live without. Go there next year, I do NOT care what excuses you have. Follow them on Twitter, RSS feed subscription, I don’t care how you do it. Once you see tickets are available, GET ON IT.

I’ll be seeing you there.

Music: "Shots" - LMFAO ft. Lil Jon


Comic-Con Bound

It’s been awhile friends, I’m sorry for the absence. I’m sure you know how it is. You feel insightful at a random 2 a.m morning, start a blog, get a few things going, then stop to wonder why you ever started in the first place. And as you think about it, you get distracted for a good…. two months, then feel bad for not saying squat. Let’s face it, if this blog were a Tamagatchi, it would have committed seppuku at this point. There would also be a lot of digital shitpiles I’d have to clean up, and who enjoys that?

Well fan(s), I’m glad to say that my blog is nothing like a Tamagatchi, and that I have some new and wondrous things to blog about. Instead of explaining what it is for a few paragraphs, I’ll sum it up in one glorious .jpg.

OH SHIT, SON.

That’s right, I’m going back home.

Unlike most attendees, I haven’t spent very concurrent years at Comic Con along with the most fervent of fans. This will be only my 5th time going, but this will however be my first time attending in two new ways: a full weekend pass, and costing NO MONEY AT ALL.

I won two complimentary passes from my favorite local comic book store by submitting a video that expresses my love/affection for the store. In fact, not only did I send one video… I sent 5 out of 7 videos that were submitted >.>

But thanks to the win, I’ll be able to take my girlfriend to Comic-Con for her very first time! I’m very excited to show her the “One Convention To Rule Them All.”

So, here is the winning entry I submitted with great help from my friend Andrew:

THE NERD-QUENCHER

As you can see it is an homage of the famous Powerthirst videos on YouTube. It wasn’t my favorite video I’ve done, but it was definitely the funniest one. 65 people seemed to agree, so I’m glad it was enjoyed. If you’d like to view my other submissions, feel free to find me on YouTube (NachoManLance) and check them out on my channel.

Anyway, I’ve got four full days of Comic-Con goodness where I’ll be visiting panels, buying awesome things, etc. Stay tuned to this blog if you’d to see some updates after each day in attendance. Or after the full weekend and I just sum it up from each day. Whatever I feel like doing. You know where else to find me online if you want more up-to-the-minute updates.

…..

…..Ok. Bye for now.

Music: De La Soul - "Me Myself And I"