Thursday, June 25, 2009

First Week Roundup

Much fun was had by all as our brave adventurers set to their task. The adventure started with our Heroes gallantly saving the city gate from an onslaught of Zombies, for which they were richly rewarded with Zombie Wine! A highly corrosive and flammable substance prefect for Molotov cocktails. Our adventurers then set off to track down the source of these Zombies and their Corpse Cart, only to be confronted by a sorcerer of Nurgle! After besting the sorcerer and his assorted lackeys our heroes found the source of the plague in town, gain poisoned with the essence of Nurgle! After burning it and reporting to the proper athuorities, our adventurers bravely set out on their mission to the dwarf hold of Wintersbreathe, only to be confronted by a troll and some night golbins! The troll was a mere speedbump for the team, and we left them fully healed and in a small farming town 1 days walk from the City.

5 comments:

A^2 said...

And yes Zombie Wine is a white wine.

"Of the sparkling wines, the most famous is Perth Pink. This is a bottle with a message in, and the message is 'beware'. This is not a wine for drinking, this is a wine for laying down and avoiding.

Another good fighting wine is Melbourne Old-and-Yellow, which is particularly heavy and should be used only for hand-to-hand combat."

Krycek said...

It is very important to properly pair your wine and combat method. I always recommend asking your quest giver what to serve with the main course.

A^2 said...

Some Mayhem with a side of Gore!

CB said...

Good for burnin!

Op-For said...

I made Zombie Wine on accident once. When the pipe from the garbage disposal broke and leaked into the plastic tub full of grocery bags. Looked like wine, smelled like zombie...