A small, informal gathering for tunnel delving,
movie watching, and socializing. We'll bring Wizards,
Fire and Ice, and a great big pile of
classic horror movies.
31 March and 1 April, 2007
Inn, Miller Lane, Dayton Ohio
Masters of Marz
The rogue rouge-colored planet traveling
throughout the cosmos is on a collision course with Earth. It is up to
the Player-Characters to discover the mystery that is behind this ill
omen. Travel to "Marzoom", as its natives call it, face incredible
dangers and behold a totally alien environment, as you try to save the
Written and GM'd by Tom Kopf Loney
The temple of the Sun God is located on the
western sea coast, surrounded by miles of flat green grasslands with
only a few patches of rubble marring the landscape. The stones are
testament to a bygone era of evil, a day long past, when a city
surrounded the pyramid, the city of Knor, the City of Sapphires. In
those days, the city stood not in grasslands but in the Ariek desert.
An adventure written by James L. Shipman and GM'd
by Tom K. Loney.
We're no strangers to small
conventions, get-togethers, and what-have-you, but this may be almost
as cozy a little group event as the time we met another couple to play Call
of Cthulhu at a Red Roof Inn, eat pizza, and then walked
around Columbus, Ohio looking for decent Irish pub. Here's what a
travel club has to say about the hotel we'll be staying at...
"Stay here if
you don't mind a set of shaky steps,musty worn out carpeting, very
limited breakfast offerings,a general lack of maintainence of an old
building,and sheets that won't stay on the bed EEECH!!!!!. However the
low price was nice."
I dunno about you, but as long as the heater works, the
water is hot, the rooms spacious enough, and the lounge is stocked, I
can make it a 4 star resort.
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