There has been a long gap between my last 3Brothers D&D session (due to RL interfering) so I thought it would be handy to create a short video for the players reminding them of where we are and some of the things going on in our homebrew world of Eilean.
Second session of Fiasco from Bully Pulpit Games, we’d got more of a handle on the rules by this point and the game took much less time to resolve than our previous session:
I’ve recently acquired a copy of the very enjoyable Fiasco RPG from Bully Pulpit Games, unlike most traditional RPGs it doesn’t require a single gamesmaster and is more akin to a group storytelling game where you all create the elements of the story and then the scenes that take place in it. I recorded the audio from our first session and uploaded it to Youtube.
Warning: Strong language used throughout.
Making it back to Battlebridge, Avaestar, Watoomb and their new colleague Xan are re-united with Drax and investigate the odd case of a man who appears to have been poisoned by a giant snake; Xan and Drax believe it may be connected to the man who attempted to break into Drax’ room at the Common Sword tavern.
A video discussing the importance of players making their own notes during RPGs.
As requested by a viewer, a GM Tips video on handling failure in RPGs.
Some thoughts and advice on the roll failure occupies in RPGs.
In episode 6 of our Three Brothers D&D 5E Campaign, following the chaos at the Laskaris Estate, Ordious has fled, wanted for murder; Avaestar and Watoomb lose direction on their way back to Battlebridge and become drawn into the efforts of a young drow named Xan, attempting to save the village of Mosaé from savage ogres.
In Episode 5 of our Three Brother D&D 5E campaign, three of our heroes travel to the noble estate of House Laskaris where a lavish masked ball is being held.
It can be difficult sometimes with actual plays, even if you’re really interested in them to find the time to listen to a bunch of 3/4 hour long videos, and with a long running campaign once you fall behind it can be difficult to catch up.
To try and make it a bit easier for people who might be interested in my 3Brothers D&D 5E campaign I’ve created a short 20 minute video that summarises the first four sessions of our game.