Tavern Watch Plays Weirs 08: Battling an Elder Brain Dragon for fun and profit
In the latest play session of our homebrew D&D campaign, Into The Weirs, the party gets an unpleasant surprise courtesy of the Deck of Many Things leading to a battle against an Elder Brain Dragon, a horrible aberration that spews tadpoles that can turn you into a mind flayer. No, really.
Here’s a refresher on who is playing what with links to their character sheets.
- Anne Stickney as Kiska, a slightly unsettling drow druid who has left the Underdark in search of the source of recent natural problems.
- Joe Perez as Delver, a warforged bard from a time long since forgotten with a protective streak that often has him seeing to the needs of his companions.
- Andrew Powers as Creothaj’sh (Creo), a half-elf bard who recently graduated from university, trained in the bardic traditions of diplomacy, swords, and showmanship.
- Liz Harper as Israa, a dragonborn ranger who rescued a dragon egg from destruction and is now looking for answers.
- Matthew Rossi as Moonborn, a Warforged Druid who seems to prefer being a bear than being a humanoid.
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