King Arthur Pendragon RPG

How's This For Ambitious?

Starting in January 2000, I began a chronicle of my one-on-one run of Pendragon Campaign, played by myself. This page collects all the game reports and analysis produced over the three-and-a-half years this campaign solo campaign!
Ah, here we are in 2000 all of a sudden. Hello and happy New Year everyone!

I have returned with an ambitious plan to kick off the first post of the new year. It all started a couple weeks ago when, for reasons I’m still not too clear on, I pulled out the character I ran in my Pendragon campaign last summer. There were a couple things I wanted to check on for whatever reason, but I ended up just sort of going over the character sheets and remembering how much fun that campaign was. It was a short one, especially by Pendragon standards, covering only about 10 years of game time in the span of maybe a dozen or so sessions, but even in that short amount of time some great stories were woven, epic moments sprang up, new legends were born. It’s really almost alchemical how Pendragon just…generates epic moments, almost like some kind of weird mystical engine clanking and puttering away, randomly dropping out gold nuggets.

Quite subtly, almost imperceptibly, I started thinking about Pendragon again, like a recovering alcoholic contemplating just one more sip of the sweet stuff. “Why not run a little one-shot over the holidays?” I thought to myself. Why not indeed. I came up with a modest little scenario idea, and decided to play the adventures of Prince Farion!

My memories a sad day!
Christmas has never been the same!

By the time KAP 4th came out I was having personal issues it would soon turn out to be a sad christmas this year though we had a christmas dinner cooked and presents under the tree it was not a happy time for me nor my dad!

His dad my grandfather who I played the Pendragon game with died! On December 25th 1999 he passed away! Me and my grandmother tried playing it with out grandpa to entertain her but she missed him in tears would come in her eyes a short time later she had a stroke from the stress and my Aunt put her in a home!

Things would get worse during our churches new years party of praying in the new year my mom suffered a stoke feel and hit her elbow on the piano bench she was taken to the hospital, we would later find out that her diabetes had gotten worse and eventually it would cost her in more ways then one! She lost the use of her legs due to diabetic neuropathy and would suffer from it for the next 14 years! It was left to me to look after her with dad helping out when he was not working!

At this point I was determined to play by my self while looking after mom!


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