4 December 2000 0700H. Taj Mahal Casino, Atlantic City, NJ.
It’s a brief respite from the gunfire throughout the casino floor. Moans, shouts and barked commands filled the air instead.
Maks briefly considered his few, no-so-great, options. The front doors still surely had gunmen posted. The Indian had a battle to fight against MilGov’s forces pushing into Atlantic City.
They’d heard gunfire earlier in the direction of the east stairwell. That had been their objective, but now Maks was rethinking that plan.
Remember, the screenshots are from the GM perspective. Player cannot see “gray” fog-of-war zones.
The gunfire in the casino goes quiet again. The Indian is dead. His headquarters guard contingent is decimated.
The party bleeds from numerous wounds. Maks is unresponsive on the floor. Wojciech is woozy from a splitting headache. Linda crouches nearby, clutching her hammer.
18 corpses are scattered on the floor nearby.
Wojciech crawls over to Maks, sees that he’s still alive. No more espionage missions, he decides in that moment.
With all the “home” time, I’m also taking a turn at DMing a classic AD&D module in my Roll20 game group. The write-ups won’t be extensive as here, but I’ll post the highlights:
WHITE PLUME MOUNTAIN: Session 1