Another night of 1974 box set only D&D. Ran into some pitfalls during this session. First, playing with kids whose only previous gaming experience is video games. During the between dungeon, town exploring one of them decided to start a fight at the inn. No reason. It's what kids do. I was planning on making it a non lethal beat down to teach him a lesson, but when he was getting pummeled he decided to break a bottle and try to stab the guy. So the NPC pulled a dagger and killed him. There was a moment of surprise that dead is dead, because after doing the same thing in Skyrim, etc. you can just restart. Also, the lack of unconscious rules were a factor. Two PCs were one hit killed by kobolds. It didn't help that the magic-user forgot he had a sleep spell memorized. The player is a fighter by nature, but played a m-u because the party needed one. Which I try to discourage. Play what you want. NPCs can fill the gaps. Not much progress in the dungeons because of the time spent rolling up PCs. The party pushed on into an area of the dungeon co trolled by kobolds, wiping most of the tribe out, but not getting much loot for their efforts.