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PostPosted: Fri Apr 16, 2021 23:09 
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...are we still cancelled for Monday? :(

Uncertain, will know on Monday and not before unfortunately.


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I probably won't be around for Monday as I have a docs appointment.

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:( If no Ermintrude and possibly no sdg, shall we call it as cancelled now and save the uncertainty? Save our poor DM from any last minute faffing.


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Yeah that’s probably the best idea.

@Dimrill I hope everything’s ok! :hug:


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No worries, yeah no problem having Monday off.

Hope it goes ok, Dimrill.

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Todays silence in here is deafening.

I wonder what our intrepid weirdos got up to while they were off for a day in a new city?

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Once they'd all finished punching Myptic's freshly tattooed arm I mean.

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This Yartar place sounds like it's quite a big city, and if it's a fortified town it'll be quite crowded I guess. I imagine that's not Zardoth's comfort zone.

Also, I think Ivo is going to get symbols of Xunt tattooed on the soles of his feet and the palms of his hands, for additional oddness.


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Yes and YES!

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Ermintrude is pacing in and out of the tattoo parlour, torn between his dreams and attunement slots while Myptic is now off to show his arm to librarians.

Ivo is seeing double having quaffed half a mild to steady his nerves before Xunting his palms and feet.

Shuu has a captive/puzzled audience outside a tavern with Krung 'standing' watch next to the tips jar.

Zardoth is asking spiders if they've seen any dinosaurs.

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S.not the attunement slot that's bothering me. It's the 1000g re-ink on deattunementnenet. If it was just a matter of pressing the needle next to the tatt to re-attune I'd have it in an art beyut.

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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You're such a bread head.

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Ask her if she wants her parlour to be not on fire for a free tattoo.

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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I've only just read this bit and would ask our DM how would this happen to our beloved Druid? Would he have to pay a specialist Druid / Shaman or would Mother Nature bless him?

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These items needn’t be limited to just tattoos. They can instead be presented as other body modifications such as brands, scarification, birthmarks, patterns of scales, or any other cosmetic skin adornment or alteration. Consider the object a magical body modification is bound to instead of tattoo needles, such as branding irons or enchanted dragon scales.

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Zardoz wrote:
I've only just read this bit and would ask our DM how would this happen to our beloved Druid? Would he have to pay a specialist Druid / Shaman or would Mother Nature bless him?

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These items needn’t be limited to just tattoos. They can instead be presented as other body modifications such as brands, scarification, birthmarks, patterns of scales, or any other cosmetic skin adornment or alteration. Consider the object a magical body modification is bound to instead of tattoo needles, such as branding irons or enchanted dragon scales.

Can you link the source so that I can put it in context please?


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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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It's on the right column of this page about 2/3rds the way down.

https://media.wizards.com/2020/dnd/down ... attoos.pdf

Linked from here, so thought it'd be official: https://dnd.wizards.com/articles/uneart ... ic-tattoos

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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Zardoz wrote:
It's on the right column of this page about 2/3rds the way down.

https://media.wizards.com/2020/dnd/down ... attoos.pdf

Linked from here, so thought it'd be official: https://dnd.wizards.com/articles/uneart ... ic-tattoos

Unearthed Arcana is playtest material, so it's WoTC but not 5e RAW. Having said that, I don't see any reason we couldn't use the body mod rules.

The absorption tattoo worked differently in the playtest rules by the looks of it. Published rules are that it grants resistance, so you take half damage from that damage type. The playtest rules say "When you take damage of the chosen type, you can use your reaction to gain immunity against that instance of the damage, and you regain a number of hit points equal to half the damage you would have taken. Once this reaction is used, it can't be used again until the next dawn." What do you all prefer?


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Hmm I guess 1/2 damage all the time would be handier. Think I'd sooner go for that.

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Well, you wait weeks for a Giant Octopus then three come along all at once.

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Dirty Ivo.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2021 22:41 
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I was picturing Lady Attalya(?) looking something like Elvira that whole time, and Ivo being so transfixed he had no choice but to roll one's.


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Thank you all, party and octopuseseses for not letting me get devoured by a tentacle monster in a sewer.


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Taking the decision as the DM to play it as the creature would is brutal when you’re rolling as well as I was with every attack hitting and dealing max damage straight off the bat. If it hadn’t been grappled by the octopus, it would have gone for the stun from the slam attack and as soon as Ivo was stunned it would have dived down to the bottom of its lair and pulled Ivo with it. I’m so, so glad you rolled for Octopus on your summoned creatures and managed a grapple because I would have hated the potential outcome, especially if I DM’d my first character death as a result of such brilliant roleplay.
FYI, I decided the only two creatures at that challenge rating that might be found in that location were giant octopus or giant toad. Octopus was named first in the list so odd number was octopus and even number was toad and you rolled a three. That’s how in the balance Ivo’s life was tonight.


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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
PostPosted: Mon Apr 26, 2021 22:48 
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Thank you sdg, that was great fun. Even as Ivo was getting his head slammed against the sewer floor by a tentacle monster, he was still hoping there was actually a secret speakeasy down there.

I'm 100% behind the DM playing monsters as they should be, even if it means a death. Walking into traps should be dangerous and I think the risk of death needs to be real.


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So satisfying that you got the kill and refilled your own HP doing it :metul:


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Good job the Octopusesseses have 52 hit points too as Myptik always tries to murder whatever I summon.

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sdg wrote:
So satisfying that you got the kill and refilled your own HP doing it :metul:


Absolutely! I dread to think what might be keeping that as a pet though. Ivo is utterly convinced that she really does fancy him, and that was just an unfortunate mistake.


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I'm 100% behind the DM playing monsters as they should be, even if it means a death. Walking into traps should be dangerous and I think the risk of death needs to be real.

:this:

Also: Thank god, Ermintrude hid a dagger between his arse cheeks.

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Crumbs, yes. Ermintrude's a machine even without their normal combat load. Without that ass- dagger we'd have been in trouble.


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Should've asked whether it'd deliver poison damage given the sheath.

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Sadly, tentacle monsters are resistant to Dwarf Ass Sweat Poison damage, so it wouldn't have been that big a deal.


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But they are weak against Awesome :metul:

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Very few things are resistant against being wrestled by multiple octupi, electrocuted and then stabbed by kilt-wearing dwarves


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Thanks again sdg, what I assumed would be a 'shopping trip session' turned out to be one of the most varied nights Rummage Inc has ever been part of!

Scarification, sophistication & sewer exploration!

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Zardoth playing in sewage isn't new.

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Ivo's genitals had nothing to do with it! It was a sheer platonic friendship and a wish to sample some of the vibrant local nightlife!


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I'm going to pull all those levers on our way out.

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Thanks again sdg, what I assumed would be a 'shopping trip session' turned out to be one of the most varied nights Rummage Inc has ever been part of!

Scarification, sophistication & sewer exploration!


It definitely was a good session. I had no idea where it was going to go - so many different decision points that could have changed things significantly.


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Yeah, what would we have ended up doing if we stayed at the One Foot in the Boat with all the dockers and fishermen? No fancy casino night for us then!


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We'd have been galley slaves.

Well you lot would, I'd turn into a Pike and swim off.

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:D :D :D

Formal Krung is very snazzy, and Myptic's silver collar is well fancy! For some reason I don't expect Ermintrude dresses up too often though but that blue mohawk is very dapper.

Ivo is so smitten even a brutal tentacling won't turn his head!


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Although I was hoping a little that the Mysterious Lady would feature so we can see what was drawing everyone's attention so...


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That’s behind a paywall.

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Ermintrude would blend in well between Velma and Daphne.

Myptik would blend in well with Funkadellic.

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Zardoz wrote:
That’s behind a paywall.

That can be part of the spin-off "Yartar Nights" series!


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Ivo looks so happy! :luv:

Krung is *chefs kiss*


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In my non-Beex campaign people rushed ahead and fell through the fragile floor on 3 separate occasions, despite being explicitly warned that the floor was dangerous. I could imagine the members of Rummage Inc rolling their eyes and cussing every single time it happened.


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In a campaign I was playing, my dwarven cleric Bandar Fiercebeard/Wargrider/Buttslider (his name changed every time he did something well cool) cast augery to ask his God whether the way south was the good path to take, and received confirmation that it was. Bandar duly strode off down the passage and fell into a spiked pit.

As a result Bander spent the entire campaign thinking that his deity was a wanker, which is great fun to play.

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I remember when I used top play Dungeons & Dragons, used to draw pictures of it too, great days...

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