Dungeons and Occasional Dragons
Welcome to DCC!
Hello friends! Welcome to the obsidian portal through which I will communicate most of the information about our new Monday night RPG.
I’ve also included my Table Rules so you can get a feel for what I am like as a DM and what my expectations for you as players are.
The plan going forward is to play on Monday nights from 8pm-12pm with a small break for a breather, smokes, snacks, and Aric writing new material on the fly after you all inevitably fuck it all up.
The number of characters is quickly dwindling! When you have only 1 PC left you should start page for them under the characters section of the portal so I can more easily track them and learn their names which I just don’t care about right now.
Fourth Session Itinerary
7:45pm-8:00pm: Everyone arrives.
8:00pm-8:15pm: Recap and Summary
8:15pm-12:00pm: Run through Frozen in Time!
What You’ll Need to Bring
- Your smiling face and imagination!
- A set of polyhedral dice and a few extra d6’s.
- A pencil and eraser.
- Scrap paper for notes.
- A snack to share or drink to drank.
- Your Characters
Quick-Start Guide: Just a very quick look at the rules and a solid “how to make 0-level character” guide. Pretty much required reading before the 1st session.
Crawler’s Companion: A very useful little app for dice rolling and table references. Will really cut down on flipping through the rulebook if you end up as a spell caster.
Class Cards: Printable sheets that will walk you through the leveling up process from 1-10.
Might Deed Quick Reference: For those of you playing warriors this invaluable sheet lays out all of the mighty deeds you may want to preform.
Thief Skill Reference: For those of you who become assassins or swindlers this chart helps figure out how difficult thieving tasks are.
I’ll add more links as I find them.