Wasteland Campaign


Last time:
The gang travels. Meets Andy and his metal armed friend, heat wave guild. Stopped at noon under rocks, and. Camels!! Coco the camel. Ponticus sang a song about scorpions to the east. Giant obelisk with clicky clacky and hum hums. Then a quiet guy came out. Late night camp near clicky clacky scorpions. We talked about our pasts around the fire. Pablo painted Den a picture, and the next day, scorpions!! Den dies! Everyone tries really hard to bring him back! Including the DM! Weird! Dack, Harsk, Lyra, and Den all unconscious. The group makes it to silo town!
Last Time

Andrew's Notes

Last time:
The group introduced themselves on the road to silo town with the merchant max. stopping for provisions the group found; ramps! Blood! Rats! More ramps! More rats! Fleeing! Magic life engine orbs! We found a cart and a raven told max he’s about to get wasted. Den tried to stay and fight, but was forced to join the others in the rope trick pocket. Max got wasted by ninja commando dick holes. The group sets out for silo town with max’s body to find his brother and the map that will lead them to the engine. Last time!

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