Well, the kids are older and it's time Doggie Game got an upgrade. That's right folks, we now have character sheets and the kids made them themselves. You Grognards are going to like these character sheets cause they are small, two-sides-of-a-post-it-note small, in fact. That's just how I roll, folks. I like a character sheet that can be filled out and used with only 15 minutes till bed-time!
|Boobie & Pooka with Portraits|
|Stats: Strength, Speed, and Brains|
Character generation was 3d6 in-order and your doggie needs a name and your doggie darn-well needs a portrait!
Re-united, the doggies were still lost in the forest. They decided to look for a big friendly bird to take them home. After this well-laid plan was executed successfully, they found their home locked and them without a key. After some searching they found a key and opened the door to find...their mother who scolded them and put them to bed!
You may not have noticed, but all the skill rolls were made with the Brains attribute, to the exclusion of Strength and Speed. Yeah, we got a couple of young thinkers here...
Dice Fetishists from Birth
I like on-the-fly rulings, as well as the moderate amount of haggling that tends to accompany it. But the cruel and unrelenting DM didn't give in to the following haggling session:
Player: A lion? Yay! We get to roll our dice now!
DM: First tell me what your doggie does and then you'll get to roll your dice.
Player: Please can we roll our dice first?
DM: No, you need to tell me what your doggie does first.
Player: But I want to roll my dice!
DM: JUST TELL ME WHAT YOUR BLOODY DOG DOES!