Word from the Geofront

Just a quick update: I’ve been at Myrtle Beach for the past six days, hence my lack of gaming posts. I have, however, finished mapping out two levels of my megadungeon and wrote up the contents of 75 rooms, including assorted furnishings and bric-a-brac. I gotta tell ya, filling in all the fine details takes a lot of time! But it’s necessary to give the dungeon that “lived-in” look. Some of it actually counts as treasure, too! (This is a good reason to bring in the Trader PC: to assess the value of this chair or that tapestry!)

More later. Eric out.

3 Responses to “Word from the Geofront”

  1. 1 Naked
    September 7, 2010 at 12:03 am

    Will we know the new rooms from the South Carolina place names?

    Seriously, thanks for the hard work. Hopefully we don’t blitz greedily through without a moment of thanks.

  2. September 7, 2010 at 12:20 am

    It was a thrill to glimpse the maps of all those rooms at greengoat’s painting event! Someday when all the originally-keyed rooms have been ransacked and re-keyed, I hope to see your original writeups.

  3. September 7, 2010 at 3:08 am

    @Naked: You won’t be seeing South Carolina place names, but some of the furnishings are straight out of the beach house. And you’re welcome! Blitz at your own pace.

    @Tavis: I keep backups of each session’s revision to the dungeon key. Once the dungeon’s been well and truly sacked, I’ll be glad to show you any and all of the keys.

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