She sniffed the air, pausing. That was strange. It didn’t smell right. It was salty, and sorta like fish. And not good fish like you’d get for dinner. This was raw, or rotten, or both. It was also new, different. Nessa adjusted the pack on her back, smiling at the birds that flew overhead. They … Continue reading The Murder Hobos – Shore Leave – Episode 2 – Nessa
Our new game won't start until June 27th, but I wanted to start introducing the cast to you all! A hand slapped the side of the wagon, jolting Manak awake. “We’re here,” the driver growled. “Get out.” Carefully, he scooted toward the end of the cart. He’d broken a crate climbing in, and he'd depleted … Continue reading The Murder Hobos – Shore Leave – Episode 1 – Manak
Let's get something straight. Black lives matter. My life hasn't always been great. I can tell stories that'll make many of you cringe. But I am white. I grew up related to half a county sheriff's department (through blood, friendship, or marriage). I have privilege that thousands in this country do not. Simply because the … Continue reading To remain silent is to be complicit
The music followed Thia out to the balcony. It wasn’t that she didn’t want to celebrate Pan’s wedding to Eli. For now, though, everything overwhelmed her. All she wanted to do was breathe some of the cool night air and calm her mind. “So, Thia,” Jinnaari said from behind her, “how are things with you?” … Continue reading The Murder Hobos – Episode 89 – Forever Family
“Let’s go,” Pan insisted. “We did what we came to do, Jinnaari!” The paladin shook his head. “Not yet. We have to go back for the Gnome. I’m not leaving her here.” Without waiting to see who followed, he headed out of the room. Halaster’s body, the robe he wore still smoldering, lay abandoned on … Continue reading The Murder Hobos – Episode 88 – Out of the frying pan
Morning everyone! If you've ever played D&D, you know that there comes a time to retire the characters you've been playing. It could be due to death of the character, wanting to rebuild it because he/she doesn't fit well in the adventure/play well with the rest of the group, the end of the adventure arc, … Continue reading Getting ready to move on
Jinnaari stopped short, waiting for Helix to turn around. He’d gotten so used to the Tabaxi just materializing that it didn’t startle him any longer. “Helix,” he said, “what’s up?” The Tabaxi smiled. “I’ve been doing other things. Earning my keep within your Court, as it were.” He held out a sealed parchment to Jinnaari. … Continue reading The Murder Hobos – Episode 87 – Exoneration
There's a lot of things in my life I want to forget, even more that I never will. One of the latter were the skies on this day 40 years ago. I was 12. I lived in my roller skates at that age. There was some sort of competition up at the mall that day. … Continue reading 40 years ago, a volcano blew up.
Thia stood back, trying to figure out what it was Jinnaari and Moon were fighting. To her, it was nothing more than a whisper of color within the whirlwind. Helix had disappeared. That wasn’t new, but the look on his face made her think he may not be coming back. Adam and Caelynn were still … Continue reading The Murder Hobos – Episode 86 – Who is worthy to wield?
Jinnaari picked up the bead, letting it bounce off the palm of his hand. Two slaads rested inside, trapped. The other two were now mush. He glanced at Thia, making sure she was okay. She’d fought harder than normal this time, and took a lot of damage for it. “What are you going to do … Continue reading The Murder Hobos – Episode 85 – Trick Shot