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So I'm running a session for D&D game day

Short Circuit (52384) writes | more than 5 years ago

Role Playing (Games) 1

Normally, I would be running my "halfling campaign" at 6PM next Saturday. However, the gaming center I would be running it at is participating in D&D game day, so there was question as to whether there would be enough room for my campaign. When I went to the general manager to find out if there was going to be room for my campaign, they mentioned that they needed a DM one of their twoNormally, I would be running my "halfling campaign" at 6PM next Saturday. However, the gaming center I would be running it at is participating in D&D game day, so there was question as to whether there would be enough room for my campaign. When I went to the general manager to find out if there was going to be room for my campaign, they mentioned that they needed a DM one of their two three-hour sessions at 6PM. Oh, and if I would do it, they could hand my a copy of a pre-gen I could study.

So I accepted. I figured, hey...it's three hours, I'll be here anyway, and this way there will be room for my normal campaign at 9PM. (We usually run until midnight.)

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