Back in 2018, I organised a 24 hour charity D&D marathon. As part of that event, I played The Wild Sheep Chase by Winghorn Press as a player. It was a quirky little adventure featuring a talking sheep and a Dragon formed from a polymorphed bed. It stuck in the memory.
Recently, I’ve been running one-shot adventures on Roll20 and The Wild Sheep Chase seemed to be an ideal candidate.
It certainly was an enjoyable romp. A large part of that was down to the group that I ran it for. They were really bought into the quirky, humourous nature of the adventure so that really helped. However, like all Winghorn Press adventures, the adventure itself is really well written.
I did however learn a few important lessons from running it:
It’s bigger than it looks but it could be shorter than it looks as well.
I tend to…
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