Beginning in June of 2010, a group of my best friends and I embarked on an adventure that is still being written. We began an RPG campaign run in the Third Edition of Dungeons and Dragons (or more accurately, 3.5) entitled Savage Tide, which was featured in the role-playing game magazine Dungeon for the last twelve issues of its print run. It is undoubtedly the largest and the most memorable role-playing campaign we've ever been a part of--we've put twenty-five sessions (most of those six to eight hour time slots) under our belts, gotten through five of the adventures and are deep in the sixth, and made so many memories that I can't even begin to count them. But talking about all those memories would take much more time than I have, and so this will not be the focus of this blog post.
Instead, I wanted to link you to the adventure log of our campaign, in which I, over three years, painstakingly recorded every moment of sixteen of our sessions. I eventually ran out of time and motivation to write them all up, but I still have all of them saved as audio recordings or videos, and so one of these days I might get around to finishing the log. Until then, however, feel free to enjoy what I have written, and all of the stupid, crazy, memorable things we did as teenagers in a made-up fantasy world.
The link to the adventure log is here. You'll have to scroll down to find the first ones, and I've only finished up to chapter fifteen, with chapter sixteen still in development.
If you want to sift through an immense number of out of context quotes that we still reference, feel free to check that out here. Oh, and if you're interested in the story of Savage Tide and learning more about it, check out some info here.
I'll definitely come back to this topic and talk about some of the awesome memories we've made with this campaign over the years, the characters and stories we created, and lots of other things. For now, enjoy reading some of the stories and laughing at our weirdness.