Sagas of the Icelanders provided yet another excellent night of play. I’m starting to really itch for an ongoing…

Sagas of the Icelanders provided yet another excellent night of play. I’m starting to really itch for an ongoing campaign. These hot one-shots are all tease! But what a pleasure to return to the sagas with Kit La Touche​ and a really strong table.

Loving the private rooms. Left Games on Demand feeling a little worn out and hoarse earlier, left SotI feeling pumped and excited.

#bigbadcon

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  1. Paul Beakley​ specifically the relationship map in the middle and what looks like a move sheet in the foreground. Anything that will make referencing the rulebook unnecessary during the game is welcome. I reckon you made these yourself?

  2. This is on my bucket game list, Paul. You run Sagas of the Icelanders for me. Jonathan Perrine runs Epyllion. Don’t lose your spark for this before you run it for me, Paul!!

  3. Johannes Oppermann oh yeah,I don’t need the book at all.

    The moves sheet is from the basic package of pdfs. Might be the updated version that Jason Morningstar​ put together.

    The relationship map is something I use for many games. Big poster sized sheet, sharpie marker. I’ll also doodle a rough map with all the regional details implied or required by the setup questions, typically around a fjord. That helps ground everyone in the specifics of the setting and reminds me that there’s a larger village than the two or three houses inhabited by the PCs.

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