First, we met up with Muncher, Randa-Kay, and Nebraska, and the proper ceremonies and exchange of wizardly gifts was performed.
We watched many a movie, including the Tom Hanks documentary classic: Mazes and Monsters.
Every session of Mazes and Monsters requires over $75 in scented candles and incense.This is a movie from 1982 where the primary moral was "Don't play DnD, or you'll stab people in the streets of NY and try to jump off a building."
...and playing zombocalypsian boardgames.
Every other episode requires that the kids free another village of 100 dwarves from Vengir's diamond/iron/weaponsmithing mines. It's pretty sad, really. I can't believe these dwarves don't have enough pride to fight back, or at least not work to further Vengir's bloodthirsty goals. Glimi son of Gloin would be pissed, for sure.
We also got a chance to eat some lunch on Saturday with Nathan and Amy, and check out Amy's new laser eyeballs.
All in all, a good weekend. Throughout this week Mary has given me a gift-a-day for my birthday week. Here's the swag I've gotten so far:
- Star Wars IV: A New Hope
- Beyond Civilization
- The Art of the Cthulhu Mythos
- Coleman Two-Burner folding stove
- Turok, Dinosaur Hunter for 360
I beat Turok today. Mutated Velociraptors don't stand a chance when the cyberninjaz come a'callin.