Played Pathfinder today and Vampire yesterday. Yesterday's session wasn't comfychat-worthy because, well, Vampire; but today was pretty fun.
Not from today, but a /comf/ memory of mine is of an old D&D party. The party met during a catastrophe and the destruction of a city. After the city was open in two due to a huge rift, everything was almost destroyed and everyone fled, there was only our party left in the city. So we sat in an empty tavern, the glass all shattered, and started to chat. We borrowed
some stuff from the empty tavern and had some drinks. It was a beautiful sunset with a cool breeze coming from outside. We started telling each other about our backstories, and the Bard sang (not irl, but the medieval playlist we usually put on was playing a really slow, calming song). I imagine it beautifully in my head, these heroes who initially resented each other (especially my Paladin and a friend's Rogue) sharing their memories and solemly feasting, in an empty town. Even the irl players felt good. >>22>>43>>19
Was thinking about starting to paint minis, how difficult and/or expensive is it really?