Rowyn (rowyn) wrote,

Roleplay rambling

I ran Rasheeka last night, and I am quietly enjoying the heck out of the campaign. It’s relaxing for me, not having to worry about presenting interesting puzzles or difficult challenges, or whether or not my PC will solve the problem, or do something unexpected that I didn’t plan for. Rasheeka can still do things that I didn’t plan for—in fact, she did a few of them last night—but nothing that rocks the foundations of the campaign.

I have some plans for the next session, and yesterday I finally solidified how I’m going to present a situation that I’ve been wanting to use for several weeks now, so I’m looking forward to doing that. I think I’ll be playing in another little Magic tournament (or two, or three, depending on how quickly I lose :) tonight.. I’m almost tempted to try to grab Brenna and jump back into the campaign…but I think I’ll hold off. Won’t hurt to wait a few days. Maybe between rounds of Magic, I can work more on my ideas for Apagorevo, or, more likely, Mirari. I started rambling at myself on the subject a few days ago, and I want to get back to that, so I can make some real progress on it—for my own satisfaction, even if I won’t be using any of it immediately.
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