Campaigns

This page serves as a single location of links for the various campaigns / string of related game sessions I've run since I started this blog.

The Ever Expanding Dungeon (a Solo Labyrinth Lord Campaign)
Into the Dungeon, Again! Part 1 (the setup)
Into the Dungeon, Again! Part 2
The Second Incursion: Labyrinth Lord Dungeon Crawl
A Follow Up on This Current Dungeon Crawl (not part of the story, just some metagame thoughts)
Third Time Proves Itself Not to Be the Charm
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 4 (the campaign gets a name!)
The Ever Expanding Dungeon + the 9Qs: Sessions 5 and 6, part 1
The Ever Expanding Dungeon + 9Qs, part 2
The Ever Expanding Dungeon + 9Qs: The Conclusion
Maintaining Uncertainty of Enemy Hit Points in Solo Gaming (Not part of the story, but a post of how I keep a level of uncertainty in solo rpg combat. The comments are the real interest here - a better method is hit upon) 
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 7
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 8 part i
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 8 part ii
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 9
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 10
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 11
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 12
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 13
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 14
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 15
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 16, part 1
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 16, part 2
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 17
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 18
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 19
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 20 
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 21 and 22
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 23 part 1
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 23 part 2
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 24
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 25a
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 25b
The Ever Expanding Dungeon: Session 26


Labyrinth Lord Social Game
What is it boy? Is Timmy stuck in a well?: One Shot D&D b/x / LL game
No Plan Survives Contact with the Players

Two Elves and a Cleric Walk into a Cave
Another Labyrinth Lord Session, finally!
Welcome to Visby: Labyrinth Lord Session 5

The Goldielocks Saga

Goldielocks and Her Four Bears on Patrol
The Goldielocks Invasion: A Chain Reaction 3 Report
The Goldielocks Saga Continues: A Chain Reaction 3 Report

Battle for Helvetica (Wargame Campaign)

And a Change of Plans for My Campaign
A Map of Helvetica (this was created later in the campaign but fits in better here)
First Campaign Game: Battle for Poirot Pass
Some thoughts on the Battle of Poirot Pass
Campaign Week 2: The Setup
Helvetica: Bridge Over the River Qui (Campaign Week 2 Battle)
Reflections on Campaign Week 2: The Bridge Over the River QuiSecond Guessing
Campaign Week 3: All's Quiet on the Front
Campaign Week 3: The Adventures of Soldat Vendredi
Campaign Week 4: Preparing to Play One Side as "Mine"
Conflict at Candide: Campaign Week 4 pt1
Conflict at Candide: The War in Pictures
Campaign Week 5: Background
Ambush at the Hills of Cordon Bleu:Campaign Week 5
What Worked and What Didn't: Weeks 4 + 5
It's Time for a Return to Helvetica
Campaign Week 8: Battle at Port Guillaume Le Roy: The Setup
Campaign Week 8: Battle at Port Guillaume Le Roy
A Chain Reaction 3: Final Version Helvetica Campaign Side-game
Battle at Guillaume Le Roy, Day 2: The Setup
A Trouncing by GASLIGHT on Helvetica
Post-battle Musings: Day 2 of the Battle at Guillaume Le Roy
A Rear-Guard Action by GASLIGHT: Campaign Week 9
Helvetica: Campaign Week 10

The Annwyn Investigations
D&D b/x: Take 2 Continues Finally

D&D B/X: The Annwyn Investigations - Sessions 1-3
D&D B/X: The Annwyn Investigations - Session 4
(I never did write up the 5th session!)

Not sure if this one counts, but my first dungeon crawl in ages, using B/X:
D&D B/X Session 1
D&D B/X Session 2

D&D B/X Session 3

1 comment:

  1. Absolutely fantastic. to date, I have copied and pasted all the "Ever Expanding Dungeon" into word doc and am thoroughly enjoying reading them (a couple a day). I too, mostly play solo and have (over the years) pretty much perfected solo gaming into an art form; so much so that I almost prefer to do it this way the majority of the time. I shall continue reading your blog/web gaming with avid interest. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your adventures with others.

    Steve :)

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