Tag Archives: D&D 5e

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 28

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 28

Last night was the 28th episode in our Dungeons & Dragons online Curse of Strahd campaign and it was tough, tense and very nearly ended in total disaster. Read More

Advertisements

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 25

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 25

Session 25 in our online Dungeons & Dragons ‘Curse of Strahd’ campaign was short and to the point. Literally. Due to unexpected work commitments, childcare issues, and technical glitches, our normal two-and-a-half-hour Skype session was cut to just one hour. Our DM still managed to pack in a whole load of stuff into such a short time though. Including setting up a meeting with Strahd himself! Read More

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 22

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 22

The 22nd session of my Dungeons & Dragons group’s play through of ‘Curse of Strahd’ was strange and full of tension. We had traveled from the Wizards of Wines winery to Krezk in search of an Abbot who we had been told could heal our friend. When we arrived at the gates, there was some hostility, but once we mentioned that we had wine, they allowed us in. Read More

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 13

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 13

As Baräsh crossed the threshold of the church he turned and saw Kevon in the vampire’s clutches. Strahd’s focus was now entirely upon the tiefling, his mouth open revealing two sharp extended incisors that closed around Kevon’s neck. He did not struggle as Strahd drained his blood. Read More

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 6

‘D&D Curse of Strahd’ Player’s Report: Session 6

Last night was the sixth session of our Curse of Strahd campaign. We awoke in the morning, refreshed. We felt rejuvenated and happy for the first time since we met in the abandoned caravan site a few days earlier. And then the memories of the past days’ events came back to us. Read More