Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Celebrating ten years of slaying dragons


This past weekend we celebrated the tenth anniversary of our current D&D group. As anticipated we did something really crazy on our 10th anniversary and ... played a game of D&D!

The hostess prepared an awesome diorama: A green dragon cake on top of a hoard of golden (candy) treasure, surrounded by crumbling columns. You can't see them in this photo but a horde of treasure-hungry heroes advance on the monster. Other nasty creatures stand lurking on the perimeter. There's another dragon in the foreground whose mouth contains the party's halfling thief, Shem.

In the photo below, I strike the killing below, beheading the beast with one swipe of a +3 butter knife. That's me on the left, with Chris, our DM, at right.


Here's to 10 more years of slaying dragons.

6 comments:

marycatelli said...

Many happy returns of the day!

Eric D. Lehman said...

+3 butter knives are the bane of cake dragons everywhere!

Falze said...

I hope you all played it safe and ate it with vorpal forks.

Dave Cesarano said...

I've never been able to live in one place long enough to establish a really stable group. It's really an awesome blessing to have that sort of friendship and dependability for 10 years. Good luck with the next decade, too!

Pericles said...

Good times.

Barad the Gnome said...

Tusk no trust Sneaky Kos intelligent butter knife.....