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For me, in no particular order:

+Sending out Baldisere's fanboy.

+Lonely townie vampire.

+"Curse of Pinedale" serial killer.

+SECRET MISSION

+Forming The Fellowship.

+Training Ashina.

+Harvest Festival drinking.

 

It was truly a pleasure to run shifts 1 and 4. See you all next month!

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Conversations with Mercy, sad fiancee, a vampire and Laeli--I mean M.

Learning to throw knives (REAL KNIVES)

Bard Circle (wished I could have stayed longer, sorry)

Family time

Smart Ass in the Inn.

Singing songs with the Inn Keeper and then helping push Thaerion off the bench.

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  • Giving Ellenor a custom fortune (avoid the fire!!)
  • Encamping with Helene who refused to let Joy sleep in a cave (good friend!)
  • Helping Daitoro cross the bridge of friendship
  • Joy calling the other village Potato Town after not seeing any ghosts/murder and only eating baked potatoes there. Laughing whenever someone else called it that.
  • Reunion of Joy with her husband Bennett
  • Positive reception of Positive Picnic invites
  • Being made an official member of GoST
  • Joy getting concerned about Alareon then just making everything worse with a terrible fortune
  • Setting up a Draconus shrine in Potato Town with Lucius and Sabine
  • Witnessing Narene speaking to the dead
  • Seeing people wearing/using the Blessing Bags Joy made and Helene sold for her
  • Getting attacked by a wraith because of course

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In no real order

 

+ Seeing everyone so pumped and ready to go 1st shift.

+ Drinking with The Fellowship.

+ Getting a chance to teach.

+ Getting my hustle on.

+ Rosemary cookies.

+ The new site. Holy cow. I love it.

+ Dodging Truth or Truth, or at least the worst of it.

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+ Exploring the site was awesome.

- Could have used a little help setting up the inn but it looked good enough.

+ Cooking in that huge kitchen was great, I had a little problem with drying space but for the first time we used it, it worked great!

+ We had enough equipment in the kitchen to get everything cooking all at once so the inn wasn't short on food.

- Carrying the food and water from logistics to the inn is very difficult without lights on the trails at night and we need another pair of pot holders.

+ The huge sinks worked great for cleaning dishes in logistics.

+ The new Innkeepers did a great job as well as those of us with experience.

+ Helping out with the player outreach videos was awesome!

+ Bag of tricks, made some friends as intelligent bandits and enjoyed the beautiful weather with some friendly elves, caused a lot of problems as lycanthropes and trolls.

+ Little ol' lady lost her treasure, playing orcs wandering the woods as granny wanders lost trying to find us. The pc's never found the treasure, but a group of pc's consistantly found us orcs and killed us several times. One of the Rhino's decided to get cocky and take us on by himself, he died, his group came to rescue him and ran off. It was a pretty fun time.

+Innkeeping with Shane was fantastic. Had some extra time inbetween cleaning to come down and enjoy his riot of an innkeeper.

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- Carrying the food and water from logistics to the inn is very difficult without lights on the trails at night and we need another pair of pot holders.

 

I've ordered five dozen solar lights for the trails in town.

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-Sleeping out under the stars by a fire, and campfire coffee in the AM. That's been a many-years dream of mine, finally come true. Thanks, Kingsley!

-Elftown hanging out, making tea, chatting with people and getting a sense of the place

-Orienterring FAIL and turning a 45 minute walk into an hour and 45--my bad!

-Hosting IC by the fire.

-Teaching how to sharpen in the field.

-No ticks! No poison ivy! (So far, knock on wood)

Mapledog, aka Ruger, is awesome.

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