One of my most memorable gaming moments happened during a particularly amazing eight-month long D&D 3.5 game.
In it, we tackled a megadungeon module (lovingly referred to as "White Castle" by the players and GM) with extra modules thrown in for each character's specific story and class.
The party was at about level 10 when we first entered our Hobgoblin Binder's module, a tomb to an ancient Vampire Emperor. When we entered the dungeon, we saw a magic altar ahead of us. Placing a pebble on it, we watched as it was teleported away, likely to the treasure vault of the Vampire.
I was playing a Cleric focused solely on healing and…Read more