I had my first run in the Pathfinder game on Wednesday, the hilarious highlight involved the bard trying to buy a saddle for a fictitious giant war toad on behalf of an equally fictitiously foolish noble (say that five times fast...). That it made sense in context (no, really!) is part of what made it so funny.
In other gaming news I picked up Airlines: Europe by Alan R. Moon (of Ticket to Ride fame). It looks good after one play through, but I'm holding off on a more formal review until I've had a couple more games of it.