you know one of the best things about having a daughter? Goofy sense of humor. Start off with some comment about my coffee getting spilled on the ground. scarvesandsmiles and start riffing off each other for a couple of minutes, we ended up with this idea for a dnd encounter:
the fight starts, with some low-level minion/henchmen(DM starts a 15 minute timer). After the timer goes off, the big bad villain, a double tailed albino mermaid rides in on…
Starbuck, the latte dragon. Breath weapon is spraying it’s enemies with a stream of scalding hot coffee.
the villain is a white girl who arrives 15 minutes late with Starbucks!
YOU ASSUMED I'M A MAN AND YOU DIDN'T EVEN BOTHER TO CONSIDER OTHERWISE SEXIST BITCH
I responded in kind to what was a rather dumb and crass message to begin with-and if you have a dick or not it doesn’t matter-you’re still acting like one.
caps lock, hiding behind anon. Assumption of manhood CLEARLY off base.
a list of thirteen lucky reasons to watch star trek: tos
1. the boob window
2. spock’s smile, a rare sighting
3. mobster au. i mean costumes
4. spock’s hat collection
5. glistening nudity
6. whatever jim is thinking in this moment
8. literary references
11. glistening nudity, again
12. spock explains science to doctor with rock
As much as I’m a huge Next Generation fan, TOS has some pretty fantabulous episodes and aspects that are just as great
today was a comedy of errors. Spent 7 hours fighting with replacing a bathroom sink, got a flat tire, had coffee spilt(Wasn’t me who did it). At least I got free dinner. I’m not ready for bed, but, my body is set on insisting. Wonder how long I can hold out.
D&D Fifth Edition First Impressions
I just ran my first real session of D&D Fifth Edition. We used the characters and adventure from the starter set. It went very smoothly.
In about three hours, the group learned the rules, picked characters, killed some goblins, set off on an adventure, outwitted some traps, killed more goblins, tamed a wolf, brutally interrogated another goblin, and explored the outskirts of a cave network. I imagine that much less would have happened had we been playing Fourth Edition.
My only real compliant is that first level characters seem too strong. I prefer characters to be more vulnerable at first, but that’s just a matter of personal preference. It seems like a flexible system and could support of verity of styles, and I look forward to playing more.
what is with DMs who want wimpy characters? I want to run a game with strong characters. I’m planning on starting a game. I’m gonna lead it with “Y’all ready to BAMF this?”