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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
PostPosted: Thu Jan 07, 2021 14:27 
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Hmmm, Ivo would be happy to look after your money, but he does have a need to drop a WHOOOLE load of cash on censers made of filigree silver, incense, rare dried herbs and decorated crystal chalices.

I’ll sniff out some rare herbs for you if you’ll hold my purse.

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We had this conversation already! Your age is showing mr swiss cheese brain. All the loot I posted was divided equally between 5 players. The assorted gems and purple murder pearls of peril I'm carrying.

Ok. Eh? What... WOOF WOOF!!!


I bet you haven't even added that potion of invisibility to your pack.

I'm going to insist that Ivo take the two scrolls we have: Charm Person and Fireball. And cases for both.

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Yes I did!

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We could get Rummage Mansion to pay for itself by doing B&B in one of the wings, maybe a Health Spa down in the basement, S&M facilities in the dungeon, that sort of thing?

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We could get Rummage Mansion to pay for itself by doing B&B in one of the wings, maybe a Health Spa down in the basement, S&M facilities in the dungeon, that sort of thing?


Host a D&D night.


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What?! We don't want our place full of fucking nerds, mate.

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Gillikins! As we have a Druid in our party, is it possible for It to make us potions and such? Should It have been searching for useful herbs instead of turning into dogs and leading us into zombie traps?

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I make you berries! I have healing words! I will also be able to conceal you/us!

Potions are for Wizards.

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We have these reagents, yer see. And I was wondering whether they had other uses than just things to sell to apothecaries. Hence potions. Call em remedies if you want. You keep offering to go herb gathering.

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I can make any potions you require. And if I don’t know how i know where to find out! *waves Guild of Wizards All-Access Library Pass*

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The short answer re: potion making is that it is possible, although you probably need the right kit and proficiency in using it, similar to how you need thieves tools and proficiency with them to pick a lock.

The longer answer is that there are specific rules and tables around this in the DMG and one of the additional sourcebooks and I’d need to reference that to get all the relevant details, so let me know if there’s genuine interest and I’ll do some reading. I wouldn’t want to come up with anything on the fly in case it became wildly OP.

I’ve been exploring campaign trackers this week as a way to keep my own notes on locations, quests and NPCs and I’ve found a pretty cool online based tool. It lets me make notes, link entries (such as NPC and location, or guild), drop tags on a map, and set entries to private or public. I’m going to spend some time testing it to see if it’s truly useful or if it’s just a time sink with limited gameplay value. I’ll let you know more soon! If it pans out as I hope then I’ll be able to share a link with you all with only the information you already know visible. I’ll also be able to save session notes, which will be very helpful if the campaign spans a long time period.


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I thought it'd be cool if the Leaftrotter could find certain herbs only in certain locations, with value of such dictated by that. Potion making shouldn't be an easy thing, I reckon. Otherwise he'll be cooking up each time we rest.

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Didnt Glassface have alchemy eqiipment in his lab? We can.use that to make wonderous potions / gutrot moonshine.


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An alchemy/ potion making room would make a lovely addition to your new manor :metul:


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Did you buy that Cauldron of Everything Gill? Wondering if it was a worthwhile thing to get as a fighty character cos I like the idea of magick tatts.

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Yes I did, I’ve not read much of it though. Do you want me to look that section up?

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Is there anything about advanced Squirel torture in it?

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Fixed a typo in my post above.

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Is there anything about advanced Squirel torture in it?


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Lol... should have asked a spider.

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Yes I did, I’ve not read much of it though. Do you want me to look that section up?

Edit: typo


Would be luvloi!

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Yes I did, I’ve not read much of it though. Do you want me to look that section up?

Edit: typo


Would be luvloi!

Will do. I also have access to the digital copy on DnDBeyond but it’s via my friends campaign sharing so I’m not sure if you’d be able to see it. I’ve shared all of my DnDBeyond owned books with all of you anyway, so worth checking.

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Yes I did, I’ve not read much of it though. Do you want me to look that section up?

Edit: typo


Would be luvloi!

Will do. I also have access to the digital copy on DnDBeyond but it’s via my friends campaign sharing so I’m not sure if you’d be able to see it. I’ve shared all of my DnDBeyond owned books with all of you anyway, so worth checking.

I’ll grab some snaps on the relevant section and PM you.

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Relevant sections added to the maps and handouts channel in discord. Countdown timer starts now to see how long it is until you’ve ordered Tasha’s book :DD

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Cor Rune Knight sounds fair bostin.

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RIGHT! I'm officially on the hunt for magic tattoo needles now. Those are great! I'll see if I can tattoo Dave while he's asleep.

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Cor Rune Knight sounds fair bostin.

I thought the same, I like what they’ve done and rune knight caught my eye as well. If you want to retcon the choice you made at L3 given this new information then let me know.


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Nah, I still reckon Battlemaster gives me more to do in fights. But it does look lovely.

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Reading Xanathar's also identified a magic item I want.

HAT OF VERMIN
This hat holds 3 charges. While holding the hat, you can use an action to expend one of its charges and speak a command word that summons your choice of a bat, a frog, or a rat. The summoned creature magically appears in the hat and tries to get away from you as quickly as possible. The creature is neither friendly nor hostile, and isn't under your control. It behaves as an ordinary creature of its kind and disappears after 1 hour or when it drops to 0HP. The hat regains all expended charges daily a dawn.


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Countdown timer starts now to see how long it is until you’ve ordered Tasha’s book :DD


If you had 1 hour, then congratulations!

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I am now reading this stuff about Druid gear:

“Animated Shield is one of the best, IMHO - keep your +2 AC whilst wildshaped!

Dragon Scale Mail is the best way to give better armour. If you want to upgrade it, it's easy enough to remove the disadvantage on stealth checks you normally get with scale mail.

Consider something like a Periapt of Wound Closure to improve survivability.”

We need to concentrate on skinning dragons now.

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Apparently some dragons collect their cast off scales and gift them humanoids. So we could befriend one. You bloodthirsty shit.

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Man I wish the physical books came with a code to use with D&D beyond to easily use the rules with your character shettt.

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Man I wish the physical books came with a code to use with D&D beyond to easily use the rules with your character shettt.

This would be amazing, it would be great if they could come to an agreement. I much prefer buying the physical book so that I can sit down with it and have a read and flick through but I use DnDBeyond a lot for character sheets and for referencing during planning. Although weirdly I mainly use the book again during the actual game if I need to check something and it’s not on my reference cards.


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I am now reading this stuff about Druid gear:

“Animated Shield is one of the best, IMHO - keep your +2 AC whilst wildshaped!

Dragon Scale Mail is the best way to give better armour. If you want to upgrade it, it's easy enough to remove the disadvantage on stealth checks you normally get with scale mail.

Consider something like a Periapt of Wound Closure to improve survivability.”

We need to concentrate on skinning dragons now.



You need to give me 3 rolls of a D6 please.

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Countdown timer starts now to see how long it is until you’ve ordered Tasha’s book :DD


If you had 1 hour, then congratulations!

Primus wrote a song about you!

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You need to give me 3 rolls of a D6 please.

1st - 6
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RIGHT! I'm officially on the hunt for magic tattoo needles now. Those are great! I'll see if I can tattoo Dave while he's asleep.

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Oh, do you reckon if I gave that nice Swedish lady in Costa an order, she could get it delivered in a few day? I doubt she keeps my specialist Book of Shadows ritual requirements in stock! Maybe she knows some skilled artisans and traders back in Neverwinter i can commissions my magical doodabs from?


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1st - 6
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You have gained a Treasured Item!
- A miniature golden sickle handed down to you by your mentor.

You have gained a Guiding Aspect!
- Oak trees represent strength and vitality. Meditating under an oak fills your body and mind with resolve and fortitude

You remember your Mentor!
- Your mentor was a wise treant who taught you to think in terms of years and decades rather than days or months.

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Oh, do you reckon if I gave that nice Swedish lady in Costa an order, she could get it delivered in a few day? I doubt she keeps my specialist Book of Shadows ritual requirements in stock! Maybe she knows some skilled artisans and traders back in Neverwinter i can commissions my magical doodabs from?


I'd quite like to go back to Neverwinter and have a shufty around.

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Countdown timer starts now to see how long it is until you’ve ordered Tasha’s book :DD


If you had 1 hour, then congratulations!

Primus wrote a song about you!


Shake Hands with Beef?

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Dimrill wrote:
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Countdown timer starts now to see how long it is until you’ve ordered Tasha’s book :DD


If you had 1 hour, then congratulations!

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Shake Hands with Beef?

That’s exactly the one I was thinking of

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You need to give me 3 rolls of a D6 please.

1st - 6
2nd - 2
3rd - 1


You have gained a Treasured Item!
- A miniature golden sickle handed down to you by your mentor.

You have gained a Guiding Aspect!
- Oak trees represent strength and vitality. Meditating under an oak fills your body and mind with resolve and fortitude

You remember your Mentor!
- Your mentor was a wise treant who taught you to think in terms of years and decades rather than days or months.

I WILL DESTROY IN THE NAME OF OAK

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