Wednesday, December 7, 2011

It's a wizard!

or monk... or a bard... or... oh no(!!!) a paladin!
To tell the truth we don't really know yet but I'm happy to tell I'm now the proud father to a adorable 4 weeks young lad named after a well known wizard.

He has somewhat passively attended his first few NWN2 sessions and a DnD board game evening so we have great hope that he stays away from bad things like football and hockey in the future :)

On the gaming front my gaming group has started to play Against the Cult of the Reptile God by Clyordes and me and my wife are halfway through Mysteries of Westgate. Both modules are solid fun!

Thanks for reading!
/A

11 comments:

George Wilson III said...

Congrats. And you're doing a great job raising him the right way.

Kamal said...

With stats like these, got to be a sorceror. I'm assuming you've already seen this baby dnd stats onsie.

http://www.jinx.com/content/prod/461p_0c_1b.jpg

Casa said...

Congratulations!

Frank Perez said...

Hey, congratulations. Have yourself a cigar. (Just don't light it.)

Jclef said...

Congratulations to you and your wife! :D

Wyrin said...

"young lad named after a well known wizard"
Gandalf? Merlin? Mordenkainen? ;)

Seriously, congratulations and great news - wishing you and the growing family all the best

Shaughn said...

Congrats! Being a dad is an incredible thing!

Lance Botelle (Bard of Althéa) said...

Congratulations Amraphael!

I echo Wyrin. All I had in mind at first was Gandalf.

Your real life adventure takes on a new level now then. :)

Lance.

Amraphael said...

Thank you all! Well he's not named after Gandalf or Merlin, but I realize now that Mordkainen would been pretty cool as a middle name even if the Swedish name registrar would allow it (they'd object, loudly)

Eguintir Eligard said...

please tell me you didn't name a kid elminster or any of the above. How did you end up the father of a 4 week old? Adopted I guess? Good way to go, very nice.

Eguintir Eligard said...

wait I know, you named your kid Harry (as in Potter).