|I couldn't stop myself. I have compulsions, strange compulsions...|
Well, here we are at post number 200 of this version of my little blog, and I have been a very bad, very wicked, and very naughty boy; there are days when it pays to get up out of bed in the morning, and this is one of them.
The surface level of the game table for our little mini-campaign at the Lost Temple Tomb Complex is as before, with the marvelous 'Meso-American Temple City' set from Stonehouse Miniatures setting the scene. Below the surface, and behind the black felt curtains (courtesy of The Missus stocks of fabric, and yes, I did ask first) is the shadowy Underworld of the Temple Complex. It's dar down there, so I installed some of the IKEA showcase lights to illuminate the Dire Perils and Unspeakable Horrors (courtesy of Howard Fielding, he of The Tekumel Project, and the bane of my players' existences) and also to make sure that the Panasonic remote-control camera can send the view to the 36" M. A. R. Barker Memorial Viewing Device Of The Ancients so that the players can get lost more easily.
I am looking forward to this game session. Hoo boy, am I looking forward to this next game session...