My character immediately sprinted toward the nearest goblin archer and clambered up the 20 foot high mesa to get to him. The goblin was able to fly (!) to the next mesa but with my mighty jumping ability I was able to clear the three foot distance by the skin of my teeth. As the rest of the party concentrated on the remainder of the goblins I was able to do some major damage and eventually put him down. I ran over to join the rest of the fight and while I didn’t deliver any more final blows I was able to hit the flying drake and each of the two goblin cursers and help them along their way to the great goblin in the sky.
Play was pretty brutal. I rolled consecutive 1's on my to-hits once, which caused each of my stone daggers to shatter - I had to use my elven re-roll to save the second one. Almost every one of the characters was bloodied (I was down to 2 HP) at some point during the battle (I neglected to use my minor action Second Wind), but we survived to fight another day. Alex took a lot more glee in inflicting damage on the players than I do, but that is something I think I can work on. Afterwards the other players agreed that I my character was the one that earned the "moment of greatness" designation, although I think my guy was just the one who managed to hit more consistently.
Would I go again? Well, the stars kind of lined up right so I could go this time, but if my schedule allows then absolutely I would go. Everyone was real nice (I left my dice at home and Tom was nice enough to lend me what I needed) and I had a good time. They were interested to hear about our little Sunday Night group and our adventures, and since they have had problems with players disappearing they marveled at our membership cohesion over the years. There is to be a Dark Sun Day on August 21 once the Dark Sun books are released and I will try to make that as well.