For more than a decade, I have hosted public community adventures for hundreds of players at a time. They may seem easy to put together, however anyone that has helped me run them knows just how difficult they may be. Creating a memorable event is even tougher.
Once upon a time in Camelot, I set out to create a refuge for people who were overlooked, discounted, and discarded by other communities. I grew tired of seeing people kicked from their guilds because they weren’t good enough, or didn’t play enough, or didn’t have the right gear on. I hated seeing people discounted just because they weren’t elite.
Leading on the battlefield isn't just about telling people what to do and where to go. In it's simplest form this is what typically happens, however those who excel at leading go well beyond this.
A little more than a year ago, I purchased the Banner Saga on GOG.com during one of their many fire sales. Originally I was drawn by it’s Secret of the Kells look and Norse themed mythos. What I discovered was something else entirely.