Apocalypse Maybe: A D&D Campaign Log. Part 15: Gracklstugh!? I Barely Knew Her!

(This is a log of my players run through the  Out of the Abyss campaign (After a brief dabble with Harried at Hillsfar first.  Spoilers abound, though it’s likely the team won’t play the module in the way you, the writers or sanity intended).

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Having caused an enormous explosion and cavern collapse by accidentally stopping someone saving the world, the team paused at the outskirts of an sprawling subterranean city to plan their next move.

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Apocalypse Maybe: A D&D Campaign Log. Part 14: Naked Ambition

(This is a log of my players run through the  Out of the Abyss campaign (After a brief dabble with Harried at Hillsfar first.  Spoilers abound, though it’s likely the team won’t play the module in the way you, the writers or sanity intended).

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The party had continued their escape, slaying a band of the Drow who were pursuing them. They were making good time, only pausing to briefly murder various random strangers who crossed their path.

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Apocalypse Maybe: A D&D Campaign Log. Part 13: Apple Stars and Anarchy

(This is a log of my players run through the  Out of the Abyss campaign (After a brief dabble with Harried at Hillsfar first.  Spoilers abound, though it’s likely the team won’t play the module in the way you, the writers or sanity intended).

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Having been sent in the right direction by a not-at-all-suspicious woman, the party have recruited a blob.

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Apocalypse Maybe: A D&D Campaign Log. Part 12: Lolth Ex Machina

(This is a log of my players run through the  Out of the Abyss campaign (After a brief dabble with Harried at Hillsfar first.  Spoilers abound, though it’s likely the team won’t play the module in the way you, the writers or sanity intended).

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After the Demon-Lord Demogorgon was summoned into a highly populated area (the party was barely involved. Honest.) our heroes fled in a stolen boat. After long periods of sailing in random directions they finally decided to do the last remaining sensible option and sink their ship.

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Apocalypse Maybe: A D&D Campaign Log. Part 6: Some Gnomes Just Want to Watch the World Burn.

(This is a log of my players run through the  Out of the Abyss campaign (After a brief dabble with Harried at Hillsfar first.  Spoilers abound, though it’s likely the team won’t play the module in the way you, the writers or sanity intended).

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Their escape plan had been crashed by user error. Now was the time for inspired tactics improvisation.

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Apocalypse Maybe: A D&D Campaign Log. Part 5: The Great Escape.

(This is a log of my players run through the  Out of the Abyss campaign (After a brief dabble with Harried at Hillsfar first.  Spoilers abound, though it’s likely the team won’t play the module in the way you, the writers or sanity intended).

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Having met the other prisoners and only infuriated some of them, it was time to put a bold plan to escape into action. Luckily, the chaotic nature of the Dark Elves made setting them against each other trivially easy…

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PowerShell: Export All Exchange Mailbox Folder Permissions In A Format For Further Processing: Part 1

Within Exchange (on-premise or Online) it’s sometimes helpful to export the delegate permissions that a user can set within their mailbox.  Get-MailboxFolderPermission is the cmdlet which will export that information for a particular folder.  The identifier needs to be in the format “john@contoso.com:\Marketing\Reports”.

That said there’s not an easy way to export the permissions on ALL folders within a mailbox and the output for that command isn’t very helpful for further processing.

So;  script.  It’ll take a mailbox as a parameter and output the permissions on all the mailbox folders (and subfolders) as objects.

This is the explanation about the initial version of the script, here.

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