Anyway, Rusty and friends are looking to play a different game. It seems that Eddie brought something with him.
I’ve had a few people asking me about Sarah Ann. Sarah Ann is a character from Rusty’s life prior to him moving to Sunnyville. She was his childhood friend; they lived in the same apartment building as she was the daughter of the building superintendent. They went to school together all the way from kindergarten to fifth grade. She moved away after the fifth grade and Rusty rarely has contact with her anymore. We may meet her in a future story.
Sam seems to be upset at the mention of Sarah Ann for some strange reason. I wonder why. Well, let’s move on with our story.
It looks like our protagonists will be doing some deep immersion gaming in this tabletop role playing game. I thought it was fitting that Rusty should be the party’s robber and hilarious that Jason is the party’s fighting character (a barbarian in this case).
We’ll see what sort of challenges they face next time. That’s it for today. Sign up for the Sunnyville Stories mailing list if you haven’t yet. Stop over to DriveThru Comics for digital copies of Sunnyville Stories. Copies of Sunnyville Stories Volume 1 are still for sale on Amazon, both in print and Kindle formats! While you’re there, be sure to pick up Sunnyville Stories Volume 2 and (if you love Gothic horror) Von Herling, Vampire Hunter! And now available is the latest installment of the saga, Sunnyville Stories Volume 3. Get them today!
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