Nicole and I made the annual pilgrimage to Harrisonburg, VA for Madicon 26. (Interested parties can read about Madicon 22, Madicon 24, and Madicon 25.)
This year's foray into the dealer's room resulted in the Tome of Beasts, a rather weighty monster manual from Kobold Press for fifth edition. We also grabbed dice, miniature yard flamingos, and two old Mage: the Ascension posters.
Friday evening saw my first game of Frostgrave, which I've been wanting to play for a while. Rushputin ran pregenerated warbands. I forget which one I was playing the first game — I probably lost in terms of the one shot, but if it were campaign play, any treasure hunt you can walk away from is a success, I think — but the second game I started playing the Witchfinder General.
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Saturday saw the return of the Anhak game. (Interested parties can read about last session's antics here.) The party made liberal use of Jeff Rients' carousing rules, essentially partying their way up the coast back to the city of Vor Taluum. They also managed to shrug off the effects of most of their drunken shenanigans, leaving everybody with a pretty good impression of these rich adventurers. They suffered no problems back in Vor Taluum — the merchants that apparently want them dead sent such an elite assassin they assume the job was finished — although the elf did inadvertently double-cross one of his contacts while trying to grab a wizard's tome.
I guess we'll see how that all turns out.
Otherwise, this year's Madicon was fairly quiet, although quite fulfilling.