There is still much to do, although mostly now it's just reviewing the encounters and making sure I know the adventures solidly.
I've identified a few possible issues - either things that might stump the players (in a bad way), things that confuse me, and adding notes to present the PCs information to make choices meaningful. The latter could be as simple as "To the left the air is cool and still, to the right you hear a scraping sound."
I'm as excited and nervous as I was the first time I ran a one -shot for the local meetup group last November. A few days to go and I've got a staging area setup on my wargaming table for all of the bits and bobs I will need for each session (or at least those that are done).
|Goblin shaman summons giant purple worm. This has nothing to do with this post.|
Finally, all of this prep doesn't mean I haven't been doing anything else game related - Ariale and I played on Saturday night, and another time prior, that I have yet to document, so there's another summary for the Fjörgyn files. There's a summary for the most recent session of Trelleborg to go up on that blog. I've also played some additional sessions of The Ever Expanding Dungeon.
All of that requires time to write up though and when choosing between writing up a game or playing a game, i tend to lean towards the latter.