Well, last weekend me and the kids kicked-off the Swords and Wizardry campaign I planned for them.
|Warrior Woman, Magic Elf, and Dwarf Thief|
- Princessa- Human Fighter with a bastard sword, ring mail and a shot bow. Watch out for this one!
- Melech Yisrael- Elf Fighter/Magic User. He carries a scimitar and longbow along with his spellbook
- Lavi- Dwarven Fighter/Thief with leather armor, longsword, and light crossbow
With some well-placed bow shots, the party dispatched the Hobgoblin and saved the guard, who told them the city is being invaded. They ran with him towards the city center to defend the royal palace.
|Thanks, Maurice, for all the nightmares!|
The party sees a terrifying sight. A group of 9 Goblins have overwhelmed a mother and snatched her baby away.
Melech Yisrael cast Charm Person on the goblin holding the baby and ordered it to "Give it back to it's Mommy!" The Goblins attack and the party dispatches them. Their Guardsman friend goes down, pierced by Goblin barbs.
They ran to the central palace but saw it was under-siege by thousands of Goblinoid troops.
The kids wanted to heal up their characters and they don't have a Cleric so I showed them where a Temple was on the map. The avoided a large melee on the way their and convinced the priests to open the door and let them in(along with their charmed Goblin buddy).
The priest healed them up and asked the charmed Goblin why the invasion is happening. The little guy told them that it was "to obtain My Lady's Heart". The Priest explained that there is a legend of a great ruby hidden in the cursed Castle in the mountains to the North. He suggested the party might investigate since the city troops are occupied.
Escape from New Gulluvia
The party decided to depart the city. They encountered a small patrol of Orcs ransacking a neighborhood. They charmed one Orc and dispatched the rest. They escaped the city and headed West on the Queen's Road, with friendly Orc and Goblin in tow.
So that was how it ended after about 90 minutes. The kids really had fun. Even my 4-year-old was really engaged until about an hour in, at which point his attention span ended and he wandered off. My daughter had fun but was a bit disappointed. Apparently she had the impression that DnD is something you play past midnight while gorging yourself on soda and junk food! (I have no idea where she got that impression...)