So our D&D campaign seems to be going fairly well, we actually have a few viewers and chatters :P
(that must mean we're entertaining. Right, guys? Right... ?)
Aside from that, i've revealed the two big plot points of this story. I'm pretty proud of myself for coming up with them, because I just kinda pulled them out of my arse.
Basically everything was all hunky-dory until the king was assassinated (nobody in the party ever met him) and then everything went to shit and everyone started fighting for the crown.
On top of that, a war of angels and demons started and they're fighting on the mortal realm. Basically, the world's being ripped apart and nobody really knows what's happening yet.
Except for God, whom the players have met. He chose them to play a big part in this and all of that, but stretching themselves too thin would be a bad idea as they can't really fight two wars at the same time.
This is also the reason they're somewhat-immortal. Instead of losing their character sheet when they die, they wind up in purgatory, take an experience penalty, and travel to a specific location for a couple days. I'm working on making that more interesting.
99% of this campaign i've had to some up with on-the-fly, since i'm that one DM that allows the players to do anything and everything within their power. Like take a whizz on someone's face mid-battle. I'm pretty proud of myself for avoiding cliches for the most part.
Oh, and one of the players is in a gay relationship with one of the city guards, because why not?
So, we're having some fun with the campaign. And talking about random crap. Mostly talking about random crap.