Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Lamenting We Will Go

Mobile Campaign "Bag of Holding"
I've recently taken my gaming show one the road.  Here are the gaming materials I've brought along for the last few trips.

DM's Dice, players' dice, and writing instruments
Everything gets stuffed into a zippered pouch that measures 13 1/2" x 9 7/8".

Mobile Campaign Folder and The Doom Cave of the Crystal-Headed Children Module
 I bring a folder containing the relevant campaign notes, modules, and character sheets I anticipate I'll need.  There are also a few random and die drop tables printed out and tucked in the folder.

Boneworm the Mapbook

Campaign Notebook, LotFP Bookmarks
 Along with the campaign notes in the folder, there are the campaign notebook and mapbook (graph paper notebook.)  Yes, lol, I named that particular "mapbook" Boneworm.  I don't know why.

Campaign Notes and Character Sheets

Post-Its and 3x5 cards
DM's Dice
Rules and Magic! Get yours here!

  I bring along 3x5 cards, Post-It Notes, my DM Dice, three other sets of polyhedral dice, pens, and pencils.  Last, but certainly not least, Lamentations of the Flame Princess: Rules and Magic.  I have a hardcover copy, and if I'm dragging my tablet around, a pdf copy as well.  It can be handy to have more than one during character creation, but I don't think it's necessary for er'ybody to have a copy at the table.  My tablet also has Vornheim, an RPG tome I find useful for my city creation "style."  I will elaborate on my use of Vornheim in a FUTUREPOST.   Buy yours here!  So these were the tools of the trade for my last few trips up to Seattle.  One of those trips I got the coveted "table seat" all to myself on my train car and got to spread my campaign stuff out on it to work on the trip up!  So fucking gratifying!  My goal is to run a game on the train.  The adventure The Doom-Cave of the Crystal-Headed Children was LotFP's 2014 Free RPG Day adventure.  I'm prepped to run it, but the characters aren't quite there on the map yet!  Expect a review of this, once I've run it;-)

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