Storm Of War – 1: ‘Sellswords of Punjar Part 1′

This is the beginning of the Goodman Games Sellswords of Punjar module.  The players are 3rd level and we had a new player joining the group, so we spend a good bit of time in the beginning with character introductions and campaign backstory.  Normally our group is 5 people, but we have had a little attrition and are just adding some extras.  One of our players ended up having to work late, so we only have 3 for this session.  He is a waiter and Morris Day sat down at his table about an hour before he was to get off.  Morris was dropping a good bit of money, so he didn’t want to leave such a good tip to go play DnD.  I guess we will hear how good a tipper Morris was next week.
We have a tendency to stray from the game frequently and think we are a lot funnier than we are, so apologies in advance.  It is about 4 hours long and my first attempt at recording.

The group consists of:

Jeff – Dragonborn fighter that thinks he is a paladin

Scott – Dragonborn fighter that wants his wings

Aaron – Deva spearmage that is joining the group this session

Neal – Human cleric of the Raven Queen ( who is missing the session because Morris Day is dropping big bucks at his table at the restaurant where he works )

We have a little backstory on our Obsidian Portal site ( )

  5 comments for “Storm Of War – 1: ‘Sellswords of Punjar Part 1′

  1. beowuuf
    March 14, 2010 at 1:56 pm

    Cool AP, the only thing I’d say about it is that the last 20 minutes of non-game stuff probably needs cut out, as it just tails off really!

  2. ristarr
    March 14, 2010 at 4:59 pm

    Thanks! Yep, I left the recorder on after the players left. I didn’t notice it until I was listening to it to prepare for the next session ( after they had all listened to it ). As it was going on and on, I got worried about what I might have said to the dog, like “glad those bastards are finally gone” or something.
    I did the reverse on the next session and did not get the recorder turned on properly until about 3/4 of the way into the session.
    I will learn how to edit better soon ….

  3. ShotgunSurgeon
    March 26, 2010 at 10:43 am

    Really enjoyable AP. I had read the Punjar adventure before, but you guys actually made me want to go play/run it. I think the Black Co. twist might have helped.

    I’ll pick up the next half session and let you know what I think. Thanks for posting this!

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  4. August
    April 17, 2010 at 11:44 pm

    The session flowed well, the sound quality was good, the overall piece was entertaining, and the winding down conversation at the end was interesting; but most of all the minute of your dog just lapping up water had me laughing agt the sheer absurdity of it after a few moments of confusion.

  5. Mckma
    April 23, 2010 at 6:14 pm

    It was funny when I first saw the comment above, I thought it was spam from the initial lead in…

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