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Thoughts on the echoes of the memories you were saying as you explored, did it add anything to the experience of the caves?


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I want a doodle of my beautiful filigree wooden pipe with platinum threading insets so that Gill can make me a custom item for being a good person and saving Zardoth from being hurt. And an updated character. tick tock.

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Thank you Dimrill! I have taken Zardoth's for safekeeping. I imagine there are some goodies in that lockbox that we can soon extract given a forge with levers and sledgehammers.


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Thoughts on the echoes of the memories you were saying as you explored, did it add anything to the experience of the caves?

Yeah! Absolutely, seemed that it should always have been that way. Would have been much less atmospheric without.

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I want a doodle of my beautiful filigree wooden pipe with platinum threading insets so that Gill can make me a custom item for being a good person and saving Zardoth from being hurt. And an updated character. tick tock.

You’ll get your drawing!

...I could have taken that bone Wizard on my own though, thanks to his shit dice and the power of MOONBEAM :metul:

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I think we need to get Zardoth checked out. He seems to be breaking.


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We can call ourselves incredibly lucky to have a forgiving Danger Mouse, as that suicidal druid skipping around the chamber full of skellingtons could've been bummed to death before they blinked.

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Dimrill wrote:
We can call ourselves incredibly lucky to have a forgiving Danger Mouse, as that suicidal druid skipping around the chamber full of skellingtons could've been bummed to death before they blinked.

Also a stupid wizard trying to send the undead to sleep. Twice.

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Ivo remembered to not get killed though!

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Thank you all, that was good fun! I think Zardoth was quite lucky regarding Ghost Wizard's "Life Drain" attacks. those sound like they could have ended very badly.

Those rolls were awful, three attacks and all in single figures with one Nat 1. So lucky!


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Ivo remembered to not get killed though!

Ivo rolled well.

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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Thank you all, that was good fun! I think Zardoth was quite lucky regarding Ghost Wizard's "Life Drain" attacks. those sound like they could have ended very badly.

Those rolls were awful, three attacks and all in single figures with one Nat 1. So lucky!

Fortune favours the insane!

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sdg wrote:
Thoughts on the echoes of the memories you were saying as you explored, did it add anything to the experience of the caves?


Really liked them! Made sense narratively too, as it's meant to be this place brimming with magic!


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We seem to have taken a very direct route through the cave of thunder effects.

Wonder if we’d have found that crest if we’d gone t’other way(s)?

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*waltzes through poison* easy!

*Zardoth pisses pants*

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Hey! I told you all about the toxicity of those puffballs! My piss was natures way to make the spores cling to me safely below my waist line, it was a great plan but sadly, sdg didn't appreciate the intelligence behind it to give me advantage.

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I'm surprised you didn't try to send the puffballs to sleep :attitude:

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Sorry, but all I can remember is _someone_ throwing away all our good roleplaying and a certain 16 (the last of Myp's rolls for the day) only to look through a ghost's underwear drawer.

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I don't like the Un-alive, I was on that side of the room already, the door opened easily, the chest was unlocked!

You can't have it both ways, you said you like action! We still did all of th role-play anyway, it didn't disappear!

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Not like old "Show-us-the-crest-face" :metul:


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You're lucky you had a sentinel nearby otherwise your brains would be halfway up a straw by now.

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I didn't use my sippy cup!

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I found footage of you discovering a new creature to morph into.

https://i.imgur.com/OUpUjYj.gifv

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That's how it worked with the rest of them.

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Ermintrude gets kitted out!


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We're starting to look more heroic since Shuu got his cape!

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Thank you. You are forgiven for your two massive brain failures last night.

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They often say geniuses are squaaaaaaaaaaaark, ribbit ribbit *gush*

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We are! We've all got a magical doodab or two, plus I am sure we all have a few cool looking scars after all our fights.


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I know you’ve done a few of Myptik recently, but next time we’re somewhere dark I’d appreciate one of me in my NV goggles!


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None of those cogs mesh. And that circuit board isn't lore. I don't like the colour. And you're wearing it which is shit. And there's no neon "twat" sign across the forehead.

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So Myptik is going down the S&M C3PO route, sorted.

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We are! We've all got a magical doodab or two, plus I am sure we all have a few cool looking scars after all our fights.

You're 78% scar tissue I think now. I'm thinking Hellraiser chic for for Ivo.

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To be honest, I pictured the glasses looking more like this


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To be honest, I pictured the glasses looking more like this


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Well, you're all very close. But this is my inspiration:


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None of those cogs mesh. And that circuit board isn't lore. I don't like the colour. And you're wearing it which is shit. And there's no neon "twat" sign across the forehead.

Oh so you’re all about lore and canon now. I see

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Squirt wrote:
We are! We've all got a magical doodab or two, plus I am sure we all have a few cool looking scars after all our fights.

You're 78% scar tissue I think now. I'm thinking Hellraiser chic for for Ivo.

Ivo probably does look like he's been through a shredder, but as long as he has his magical glass rod he'll make it through!


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Ermintrude! What's the names of your things? Axe is Hens tooth isn't it? Doe the shoes, cape and pipe have monikers?

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None of those cogs mesh. And that circuit board isn't lore. I don't like the colour. And you're wearing it which is shit. And there's no neon "twat" sign across the forehead.

Oh so you’re all about lore and canon now. I see


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Ermintrude! What's the names of your things? Axe is Hens tooth isn't it? Doe the shoes, cape and pipe have monikers?


Cape is Betty's Secret Garden (cos I can hide in rubble with it), Jerry's Boots, Smokey Puff Puff.

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Hey! I told you all about the toxicity of those puffballs! My piss was natures way to make the spores cling to me safely below my waist line, it was a great plan but sadly, sdg didn't appreciate the intelligence behind it to give me advantage.

You were there only one to get poisoned by then. Your piss was useless.


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I was harmed, yes. But whose to say if I hadn’t have coated my lower vestments in urine I’d have died of puffball?

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Zardoz wrote:
I was harmed, yes. But whose to say if I hadn’t have coated my lower vestments in urine I’d have died of puffball?

This is true. Maybe you should pee yourself more often, to protect against more hazards?


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