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September 17, 2012 by beerogre
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The guys try to keep innuendo to a minimum as they take a look at the Welcoming Wench Tavern Map for D&D.
I reckon I could make my own! *smartass* Would take a lot longer than a couple of hours though!
This Jimmy fellow sounds like a legend.
@bombkangaroo Jimmy is indeed a legend!
My favourite encounter he ever ran, had a few lines on the map, all the wrong miniatures and plenty of beer. He dramatically flourished the pre-written adventure, freshly downloaded and shouted “words… words… words… FIGHT!”
I have seen much wisdom written on how to run a campaign…. But why has such a diamond as this been neglected?
WoTC, Pathfinder et al take heed.
Throw down some dice already! lol
Who needs a map of a tavern? I can get to the bar blindfold.
We don’t all have +2 modifiers for Knowledge (geography) or if you mean some of the bars round here, +2 Knowledge (Dungeons)
The tavern in the Village of Homlett in the 1985 campaign for AD&D called is called “The inn of the welcome wench”. Interesting
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