DunDraCon 42 is a wrap…

I successfully ran my Greyhawk Hero game for the second time, the first being at KublaCon 2017. I even had a return player (The Monk). I started this game at the point where the last game ended and the players managed to complete the scenario. I should mention that I was sick as the proverbial dog when I ran (I warned my players at the start), and be the end I could barely talk. Still, everyone seemed to have a good time.

I had to re-write most of the characters for this run as I had previously decided to change the way I was doing spell writeups. I wanted a more “D&D” feel and so went with Delayed Effect and spell “slots”. I think it worked well.

DunDraCon preliminary events schedule is up

Once again my game is apparently scheduled by I have not received a notice yet. I’m just gonna assume that this info is accurate:

314 Greyhawk Hero: Hateful Things

Saturday 4 PM in 162 for 8 hours
Room Map
GM: Enedino Fernandez
Type: RPG
System: Hero 6th. ed. (Fantasy)
Players: 6
Provided: All characters provided by GM
Power Level: 450 pts
Rules Knowledge: Beginners Welcome
Game Content: Mature Themes

Nearly a hundred years ago the Hateful Wars cleansed the Lortmil Mountains of Goblins, Orcs, and other evil humanoids. Now rumors of ghostly lights in the mountains around the former Hobgoblin city of Grot-Ugrat have prompted Thane Bolor Blackaxe to send messengers to the Ulek states seeking aid and offering great reward for those brave enough to win the day. Your party of adventurers have assembled at the dwarven fortress of Hoch Dunglorin to listen to his plan.

Return to the World of Greyhawk for a classic wilderness/dungeon crawl using the world’s most flexible and heroic game rules: the Hero System. All characters will be provided; I have ten characters to choose from, so there should be something for everyone.

New players are most welcome! I have been playing and running the Hero System for nearly thirty years now and love to share it with others.

(Note: if you played in this game at Kublacon 2017, you will be welcome to come and play the same character or pick a new one. I am starting this game at the dwarf hold so you won’t have to play through the same material.)
Website: /deejmeister.net/

DunDraCon 2018 Game Submission

After much consideration, I have decided to run my Greyhawk Hero game at DunDraCon this year. This is the same game I ran at Kublacon 2017.

 

Greyhawk Hero: Hateful Things

Nearly a hundred years ago the Hateful Wars cleansed the Lortmil Mountains of Goblins, Orcs, and other evil humanoids. Now rumors of ghostly lights in the mountains around the former Hobgoblin city of Grot-Ugrat have prompted Thane Bolor Blackaxe to send messengers to the Ulek states seeking aid and offering great reward for those brave enough to win the day. Your party of adventurers have assembled at the dwarven fortress of Hoch Dunglorin to listen to his plan.

Return to the World of Greyhawk for a classic wilderness/dungeon crawl using the world’s most flexible and heroic game rules: the Hero System. All characters will be provided; I have ten characters to choose from, so there should be something for everyone.

New players are most welcome! I have been playing and running the Hero System for nearly thirty years now and love to share it with others.

(Note: if you played in this game at Kublacon 2017, you will be welcome to come and play the same character or pick a new one. I am starting this game at the dwarf hold so you won’t have to play through the same material.)

Kublacon 2017 After action report

Well, I did it! Got a full house (six players) on Sunday and ran for them for the full eight hours. Everybody said they had a good time and I am choosing to believe them. Due to the nature of Hero System combats (long) and player shenanigans (even longer) I never actually got to the boss fight, but my players did not seem to mind. Maybe I will run the other half of the adventure at another con. The characters that were chosen were: The Elven Knight; The Half-Orc Fighter; The Halfling Adventurer; The Wizard; The Cleric of Pelor; and the Baklunish Monk. The Paladin rounded out the party as control NPC.