Who: Me (Mike), Al, Valerie, Brian, and new guy Chip. He works with the rest of us.
Also present were Magic nerds (Magic the Gathering, not actual wizards. That would have been awesome.) and there appeared to be some nerd arguments over something related to the tournament being played all around us. There was some debate over '3 or 4'. I'm not sure but I'm guessing it was Hot Pocket related.
Where: Dirigo Hobbies in Yarmouth not far from work. A starkly lit, poorly furnished store that let us play for free. You get only slightly more than what you pay for.
What: Descent: Journey Into the Dark campaign. The plan is to play an encounter each week so we can actually experience the whole game over time. We'll be shifting around some roles to give the Overlord a rest and to allow for people not being able to play each week.
Al chose to play the hero named "Jain Fairwood" (pronounced Forwood) because if she's for wood, then Al is for her.
We got setup and before the first move was made, the heroes were already arguing. It didn't bode well.
In the second play through, I killed (technically just 'knocked out') Al with some archers that ran by. His next turn, he did his only move and 'stood up'. Then two more archers ran by and knocked him out again. If there's ever going to be a fantasy-themed sitcom, it'll have this scene. If only I thought to cue up a laugh track from my phone the second time.