Everyone runs their game differently, and I don't mean to even try and tell you this is the way to be a game master/DM/whatever term you use for the person who runs the game here.
This Saturday on the official Blizzard Watch Twitch channel at 2:30 PM Central time, our intrepid band of adventurers will once again sally forth into the mysterious jungles of the island of -- well, so far exploding volcano lairs, giant magma dragons, angry kobolds riding on giant monsters, and crashing airships.
If you're playing Dungeons and Dragons or just like reading the books -- and there's no shame in that, I'm a huge fan of way more RPGs than I've actually gotten to play -- you may be wondering what Baldur's Gate: Descent Into Avernus, the latest D&D adventure, is all about.
So you're running a D&D game, and you're not sure what you want to do.
Sooner or later -- and probably sooner -- you're going to say Okay, everyone roll for initiative when playing Dungeons and Dragons.
Okay, so you're running a D&D game.
A very Blizzard Watch D&D recap sees our ragtag band fighting Kobolds on a beach, and also each other
If you missed it live on our Twitch channel this weekend, you can now go and listen to part three of Blizzard Watch's D&D campaign.
We're two sessions into our Blizzard Watch Dungeons and Dragons game, and so far we've seen our party of adventurers wake up on slabs, fight their way through a goblin infested volcano lair, steal an airship, interrogate a goblin they've named either "Bud" or "Bob" depending on who you ask, and crash said airship into a river while it was on fire from the breath weapon of a dragon that hatched out of that same volcano.
Few game series have had the footprint of the Baldur's Gate series.