We had started on DCC#28, "Into the Wilds," a while back. (Make that quite a while back.) I was impressed at how much they remembered from our previous session or two. My twelve-year-old especially seems to have a great memory - he kept bringing up things the other three of us had forgotten, until he gave us more details. The game has five characters, with my older kids each playing two and the younger being restricted to one, much to his dismay. They are (in reverse order by the kids' age, with my daughter playing the female characters):
Alexder "The Destroyer," human male fighter
Shira, half-elf female ranger
Elaya, elven female ranger
Kedrix, human male hexblade
Deset, halfling male druid, and his badger, Barney
We're (basically) playing 3.5, and I'm using my Dungeon Crawl Classics GM's screen, since my 1E screen is almost worn out.
Warning: Spoilers from here on out.
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My older son summed up the session quite well: "That was fun - we killed a few goblins, made a new friend, ran for our lives...."