Discussion in 'Gaming' started by NorrisAlan, Dec 13, 2016.
Chaotic evil is how I roll. Pun intended.
My uncle is an amazing dungeon master.
DM: "And suddenly, in bursts the shopkeeper. Hownwoudlnyounlike to handle this?"
"Is there any way I can talk my way out of this? "
DM: "You can try a diplomacy check."
"Alright, any modifiers?"
DM: "no, just a straight d20."
Me: "I think he should get charisma"
DM: "No Friggen rules lawyers."
Group: "Ohhhh, crit". *ahahha*
DM: "Suddenly the shop keepers daughter, covered in sweat, tears and possibly other substances jumps out of bed and throws herself on her father saying 'I love him paw, I love him.' Disgusted by being wrapped up in the arms of his fully naked and stained daughter, the shopkeeper flees."
"In my way out, I drop a gold on his counter. Ya know, for his goods."
I'm a puzzling riddle of an enigma wrapped inside a mystery.
Actually not too far off. When we played we weren't too into the role playing part it was mainly a way to get together and hang out, fight some random battles and consume alcohol. To open our first campaign together our tank (Bigus Dickus) caught a goblin. The DM said we needed to interrogate him to get things started, but our halfling hunter had a better idea. He had the tank throw the goblin up in the air so that he could essentially skeet shoot him. Not surprisingly, he critically missed and the goblin ran away. At that point our DM knew he was going to have his hands full, because we just wanted to do stupid stuff and have a lot of fun. He was a really good sport about everything.
I have always been a rather "serious" gamer, and never enjoyed when people just wanted to do random dipshit stuff. But that is the beauty of the game, and as long as everyone agrees, anything can happen.
There's times when I want to play serious and times that I like to goof off. If you have a good DM, you can have fun doing either. I always liked how ours was good about ad libbing everything. Over half of that campaign was complete improv.
My son's high school has a D&D club.
My school never had a D&D club. I am jealous.
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