A couple of weeks ago Roxanne (one of my D&D players) took some pix as we were playing the last big scene before the transition to paragon level. The giant army which had been bedeviling the party for months finally attacked. I thought it might be fun to show you guys what my gaming table looks like. (On a really good night.)
The town of blackleaf is a combination of printed and folded buildings from Dave’s Games as background set pieces, and flat dungeon tiles from WotC’s town set for the areas where I was expecting a lot of action and wanted players to be able to easily see what was going on.
Finally, the rest of the party catches up to the clay golem and puts the beat down on Fog, after which they sacrifice one of their own (the rogue) to dispel the magical storm that is resurrecting the giants as they fall, and call it a day.
I know, I know, looking at someone else’s gaming table is kind of like watching someone else’s six year old play soccer. Fun for them maybe, but it’s watching paint dry for everyone else. Still, Friday’s blog is supposed to be all about geeking out over your D&D stuff, so I guess I can excuse myself.
So what kind of table do you play on? Do you use minis at all? Maps? There are a million different ways… how do you play the game?