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Roll20 pictures from Halloween games


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The groups I'm in played 4 games of Dungeons & Dragons on Roll20 for Halloween 2016 so far. Trick or treat? Both, so I decided to share some screenshots from the recent game sessions. We have had a lot of fun. I'd like to see pictures from everyone's Halloween if you're playing on Roll20. Marketplace sets featured: Tower Descent (awesome multi-level tower dungeon map pack with traps/puzzles, add your own monsters and story) <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Lands Of Belfum (Module) + any Belfum token packs (excellent value for extensive maps, consistent art style and map perspective familiar to Zelda CRPG) <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Blood Shrine:&nbsp; <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Candy Crypt:&nbsp; <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Halloween tokens:&nbsp; <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Portals:&nbsp; <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Elementals:&nbsp; <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Weasels:&nbsp; <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Alphabet Letter Tokens:&nbsp; <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Special FX: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... ColorEmote API script: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Screenshots of our Halloween 4x Roll20 games in action: First Caption: 9th Level AD&D 2E party, deep into Tower Descent map-pack with homebrew adventure plots. The fire elemental in the East wing was delighted when our Elf Rogue lit the candles in the 2 jack-o-lanterns. Caption 2: Where the Candy Crypt meets the Blood Shrine with a little Lovecraftian atmosphere pervading. Caption 3: In the Lands of Belfum questing for the Golden Cask of Pumpkin Spice! I made a&nbsp; Rollable Table Token&nbsp; for the Kobold's barrel trap. Each barrel that hit a PC was "rolled" as a multi-sided token to see if it was an exploding fire barrel (that gave damage), or the desired pumpkin spice that gave XP. Caption 4: We ran "The Lifeless Rise" chapter of Lands Of Belfum again, as a one-shot in the 2E Tavern. Again they rolled the barrel rollable-table-token to get the pumpkin spice. This time they spilled pumpkin spice everywhere, but our 10th level wizard used an earth-moving spell to scoop it all back up FTW. The End. Thanks for playing, players and Co-GM's. Interested in joining our next one-shot game of AD&D 2nd Edition? Send me a PM ( Gold ) asking about the 2E Tavern or find us on the Roll20 LFG. What about your themed games around this season? Share a pic of your game, costume, or map / art recommendation.
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Looks like you had a blast! Glad to see my first map set got some fun use :)
I ran a one-off Halloween adventure for my players this past weekend. However, they didn't use their own character, instead they got to choose from a roster of pre-gens I created for the occasion. The options were: Ash Williams (of Evil Dead fame) Count von Count (of Sesame Street fame) Edward Scissorhands Elvira, Mistress of the Dark The Scarecrow Van Helsing The&nbsp;characters all had the same basic stats, but they each had unique powers as well. The mission was to clear out a haunted house where the props had come to life, and rescue the children trapped inside. If they were successful, the players would get to roll on a table of Halloween-themed rewards, which they could then bring back into their "live" campaign for their real characters to use. I forgot to get screen shots while the adventure was underway, but here's a sample of the carnage they inflicted: At the conclusion of the adventure, the characters were thrown a pizza party by the Pumpkin King and Queen, while the players rolled for the Halloween rewards on the rollable table. Here's a screen shot from that: This was my 3rd year to run a Halloween-themed adventure for my players, and a good time was had by all!
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Awesome, Brett. Love the pizza party finish, and the list of characters who could be mixed together. Also, thanks Doc and best wishes on future art packs.
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I don't have any screenshots from Roll20 for Halloween, since I was hosting a Halloween board game party at my house with some friends. We played Pandemic (got really lucky at the start, curing Red on the second turn, eradicating Red on the third turn, curing Yellow just a few turns later, and eradicating Yellow the turn after it was cured), Settlers of Catan (I got an early lead, but got absolutely no resources for 4 full rounds during the midgame, and then lost the game by 1 VP), and Arkham Horror (we were one unlucky Mythos card short of winning without letting Yig into Arkham; we did defeat Yig, although I was devoured during the fight). We also watched The Corpse Bride.