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whomthegodswoulddestroy:

fierysigma:

loodletooboodleroodlesoodle:

yourplayersaidwhat:

When no one showed up, our group decided to improvise a session with three human commoners with 10’s in every stat and three skill points. When organizing our characters, this happened

Player 1: I want to get a torch!

Player 2: But I wanted the torch!

Player 1: I called it

DM: …You can both have Torches

Player 2: Sweet

[pause]

Player 2: I kill him and take his torch!

#Oh shit#it’s peasant quest

WE WERE SO GOOD AT IT

For the record, Shannon and I are trying to figure out how to get everyone down here to play drunk peasant quest.

I WOULD NOT EVEN PLAY SOBER PEASANT QUEST

The real question is would you DM Peasant Quest?

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jonpertwee:

Let’s do a tag game where we don’t use words, just commonly put together letters:

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loodletooboodleroodlesoodle:

yourplayersaidwhat:

When no one showed up, our group decided to improvise a session with three human commoners with 10’s in every stat and three skill points. When organizing our characters, this happened

Player 1: I want to get a torch!

Player 2: But I wanted the torch!

Player 1: I called it

DM: …You can both have Torches

Player 2: Sweet

[pause]

Player 2: I kill him and take his torch!

#Oh shit#it’s peasant quest

WE WERE SO GOOD AT IT

For the record, Shannon and I are trying to figure out how to get everyone down here to play drunk peasant quest.

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Someone in this post

May or may not have purchased destiny before bed last night and may or may not be anxiously waiting to get home from work to play it.

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yourplayersaidwhat:

When no one showed up, our group decided to improvise a session with three human commoners with 10’s in every stat and three skill points. When organizing our characters, this happened

Player 1: I want to get a torch!

Player 2: But I wanted the torch!

Player 1: I called it

DM: …You can both have Torches

Player 2: Sweet

[pause]

Player 2: I kill him and take his torch!

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  • #Oh shit #it's peasant quest
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In my dnd world

azalzalsramblings:

fierysigma:

There’s a shadowy cabal of power. They are the ruling class in terms of magic, and carefully monitor the use of magic as well as the development of new spells. They frequently spread news of new spells which do functionally the same things as old spells, but are flashier. Only spells authorized by the cabal may be used, though there are rare instances where they will allow unique spells created by individuals, which are then studied and released to the public. This cabal organizes tournaments where spell casters can come together and prove their worth, with the best casters earning access to new spells created by the tournament organizers. The name of this shadowy group of sinister assholes? Mages on the Shore.

Do they have different kinds of tournaments, like ones where you can only cast spells put on in the last two years or one where you can’t cast the same spell twice?

They sure do. They also make you pay a licensing fee for each spell, additional fees to enter tournaments, and an additional fee to become a registered spell caster.

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In my dnd world

There’s a shadowy cabal of power. They are the ruling class in terms of magic, and carefully monitor the use of magic as well as the development of new spells. They frequently spread news of new spells which do functionally the same things as old spells, but are flashier. Only spells authorized by the cabal may be used, though there are rare instances where they will allow unique spells created by individuals, which are then studied and released to the public. This cabal organizes tournaments where spell casters can come together and prove their worth, with the best casters earning access to new spells created by the tournament organizers. The name of this shadowy group of sinister assholes? Mages on the Shore.

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