Depending on what you want your Captain to be able to do, you have a variety of options for your weapons and emblems. Fortunately, some are more straightforward than others, but almost every item combination will give you opportunities to make your own decisions in accordance with any given traitline build. Hopefully this session gives you some ideas to use when doing your own customization.
After consulting the text log, the session was re-recorded around a lovely fountain. One of the interesting things about Captains is how they can branch to so many different places, and they can all make sense. It’s not a matter of “Which way is best,” but “Which way is best FOR ME.”
An FYI – Either because I fat-fingered the stop recording button or suffered a massive brain-fart, the recording got cut off, so the video upload will be delayed while I use my recording and a provided chatlog to re-create the recording.
After my client disconnected, which gave me the dreaded split recordings, I was MERCIFULLY able to combine them into one file upload to get the monthly Discussion up.
For your convenience, I have gone through and embedded the recorded sessions under the page for the appropriate month.
With these last thoughts on healing (from Runekeepers who haven’t healed groups in years – fair warning to all viewers!!), the Month of the Rune-Keeper has drawn to a close. We hope it has inspired you to expand the horizons of your writing and ascend to new literary heights.
A group of Rune-Keepers gathered at the Bree Training Hall to consider the intricies and grammatical form of writing death poetry for our enemies. Albeit a more theoretical exercise, the confirmation that even some offensive skills have different value in groups as compared to solo landscape play was a much appreciated confirmation that, no, you are NOT doing it wrong.