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Next up Dwarven Tavern begins working on the piles of review material submitted by many fabulous companies who bring the public gaming for the intellect and concierge player. Players who just do not play any game but need their brains exercised and their imaginations turned loosed. Check back frequently and check our YouTube channel for the recent updates. Thank you for visiting the Dwarven Tavern. Where the adventure begins.
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There is some days when your armor will not fit right or keeps coming loose. Or you chafe. Roll on a d20. One to 15 nothing happens. Sixteen to 18 your groin and butt cheeks are chafing. Nineteen to 20 the skin is rubbed raw under the armor.
Dwarven Tavern has reviewed D&D 5th ed. Six videos are up, giving play by play of this top seller on Amazon right now. Find out the details and check out the videos here on Dwarven Tavern or on the YouTube channel. Tell Wizards, we sent you!
Today's digital technology can cause phantom pain in missing limbs or added technology. Roll on a d20, 10 and higher to not experience phantom pain. Continue to roll for phantom pain every evening in the game. Three confirmed rolls of having phantom pain, roll on a d20 to see if the mind is starting to have psych problems.
Dwarven Tavern has been working overtime to get all the video coverage up from GENCON 2014. Check out the channel and subscribe. Let us know if you see yourself in any of the video. 56,000 gamers were in attendance.
Roll a 1 or 2 on a d6 to find out that the cooking was not really that good. Roll a 1 or 2 on a d12 for cramping, diarrhea, and vomiting.
Time to check and see who has 50 foot of rope. Roll on a d20 to find out who has just fallen off the cliff to the ledge below. You do have 50 foot of rope do you not?
You know the game is going to be a long one when you play the Dwarves song " Far over the misty mountains cold" as you order pizza.
He is one of the coolest cross over character I have ever had. Original a freak in a circus designed by the ring master, Frankenstein sort, now a long living mass of threatening collection of human flesh, now reining north of the pole. Goal to hunt down and kill the ring master . His skull hangs from his chest to drink from. Now running down rampant virus organism taking over and killing the last of the races to evacuate on this ship. Everyday had become a good day to die, just not right now.
I have evolved into a new species. No longer a borgling. Infected by the virus. Vaccinated by a greater species, I now am trying to find my purpose. Now I make my way through the halls of this spaceship to save a race I once was and a race that is now dying from a virus infection. All I know is dying before my mutant eyes.
Jon "I'm fabulous!" "I am gay!"
Only freak'n 2nd level. I am so screwed. Alone in sick bay with a walking housing unit for a virus. My last antidote is killing half the ship and not the virus. The others are racing to stop the inhalant I injected into the vents. It needs a two series set of two shots burst. No experience points for me.
You only almost killed half the ship of three races Jon. I am probably responsible for killing the borgling race, but they are only mostly dead. Not all the way dead. -The White
This is our missing captain. Rescued from a ship that was infected by a virus. Now I am on my own quest. My player is on their own adventure in Japan. They are so screwed with out me.
Solution to missing captain: After watching the captain go down the hole in the ship and meeting his crew the rest can not follow due to their size. We will catch up late...like in Dec...when the player returns.
This is our DM.
DM: Peanut (NPC) has a bad feeling. An old, old, character from the circus game, who is going walk them to their deaths or save them? He just has another agenda. A virus he calls his wife.
Later:The borgling with laser eye beams is cutting himself loose in the twisted metal to continue spelunking in a spaceship that is being stressed ripped by twisting. Like zesting an orange and those trapped inside are going to be shot out like orange seeds. Dying today is good.
Less than an hour into the game...the hull was breached and suddenly space is filled with the white's race and the race of trees. 4 seconds later in space they are all gone. The White and another NPC was on their way to that floor of the ship. Jon finds out when an NPC in that room regenerates into another body in sick bay.
The game just lost an entire race due to a breach in the hull. They have all died in the coldness of space. Jon just announced the breech. No condolences to give. The brown has escaped with them.
Jon cries. Players all break for emotional silence for those lost and were not able to save.
End of game tonight:
The villain is here and it can not kill us and we don't have a clue. Right up there with talking to a person with dementia. Absolutely frustrated. Tonight we confirmed the loss of two races on the ship and now the mutants are all in the sick bay deck. A bit upset because their King is not. The White is working on plan double QQ, since everything else has failed from Plan A to double QQ. The ship is crashing into another ship, the virus is spreading, and access to the cloud to upload an antidote...you have to die to get there.
A called shot. Critical hit! Excellent Dr. Jeff Goins. Gave high marks to the D&D 5th edition. Wait! There is more! D&D 5th edition is #1 seller on Amazon for the second day in a row. Dwarven Tavern where you heard it first! Do you have your copies? We do! Watch for more Dwarven Tavern video reviews on YouTube. Uploading all day and all night of videos going up of reviews, interviews, and check out the blog often!
The quote goes “Where human feet will falter, dwarven legs will march on”. This could have been the motto for this year for Dwarven Tavern. Dwarven Tavern Press works very hard at GENCON getting interviews, video, pictures, and review material to bring to the public. A nonprofit company of 21 years, Dwarven Tavern has seen the rollercoaster of hardships and blessings. This year was no different. This year was rather rude, to be polite. Dwarven Tavern Press hasn’t seen this kind of hardship since ANDON when good ole Betsy the station wagon blew tires and was towed, ripping out the engine then leaving Dwarven Tavern with no vehicle.
This year, things kind of topped that one. Dr. Jeff Goins’ Mother, Barbra Goins aka “Gangster Granny” and voice present in several Dwarven Tavern podcast passed away two weeks before GENCON this year. Then the water heater went out. The Dwarves have been taking nice refreshing ice baths. It explains the look of this year’s beards. Then ye ole Dwarven van had colic and then over heated on day one of the con. The Dwarven Mountain is not but two turns of the clock from GENCON but it was too much for ye van. So the Dr. Goins’ jeep stepped up to replace the van.
All this, driving two clocks turns one way, parking, walking blocks, and then rounding at the con. The Dwarven Tavern Press burned through several good pairs of new socks, two pairs of shoes, one bottle of febreeze, and another set of theme tee shirts are laid to rest.
However, because of the great sacrifices in battle on the convention floor, the Dwarven Tavern has great efforts to show and those efforts will be uploaded to the dwarventavern.net page and YouTube. We will win this war. Dwarven Tavern. Live the adventure.