Introducing the Greek mythology and heroes to Max
Perseus demigod, son of Zeus, battles the minions of the underworld to stop them from conquering heaven and earth.
So when he said he was feeling bored and wanted to play something. I decided to cook up a mini D&D game for him based on the previous night’s story.
What happens when you want to play a mini DnD and you don’t have the required items? You make your own new game.
Today’s game involved a Scrabble board taking the place of a dungeon or labyrinth. Upside-down tiles become loot/gold and normal tiles formed walls/traps. Theseus was represented by a fish from a fishing game and the Minotaur was a Lego construct.
The rules were simple. Each throw of a dice gets Theseus an equal number of turns whereas the Minotaur can move only one space. A roll of 4 gets Theseus 4 turns in which he can move 1 or more spaces per turn while the same nets only 4 spaces for the Minotaur. Theseus follows the Rook rule as in Chess whereas the Minotaur follows the King rule.
Max was Theseus and I played the Minotaur. It was a fun game that Max enjoyed and I tried to bring in a d20 throw also into the gameplay. Google’s throw a d20 command worked well enough for us.
Now Max will expect more such games… 😔
Today we played with marbles as stakes.
If Max gets blackjack, he asks us to double down and we are barred from doubling down if we have a chance of winning. 😂
🛣️: 2760.6 metres
⏱️: 21 minutes, 46 seconds
Only half of the ride was recorded. Fitbit ran out of charge 10 or 15 minutes into the ride. Realised it midway and started tracking in Strava app.
🛣️: 1137.4 metres
⏱️: 1 hour, 4 minutes, 56 seconds
Ride recorded by Fitbit. Rest of ride was recorded with Strava app.
Page 5 of #shakespearesworld #coloringbook by @worldofgwaw
Used: pens and color pencils. Pencils purloined from @lorantmax
This page was a bit hard (for me) as most of the coloring was made using my phone camera to zoom in.
I now understand how hard remote surgeries are…