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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
PostPosted: Thu Nov 19, 2020 0:18 
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Yes. This is my long game... I just need to stay alive until I can do it.

Ol' Ivo gets a whole.bunxh of crazy stuff to choose from at level 2. Read all writing? You got it! See through someone else's eyes? Sure thing! All kinds.of crazy spells as you like? No problem! See in the dark? It's done!


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Would that hit several bad mens? Or allies?

Everybody in a 15foot cube around me.

That's what makes it... often useless..


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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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So you could have healed us but you made a goblin cry?

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So you could have healed us but you made a goblin cry?

I have infinite uses of that.

Meanwhile, I did not understand how bard spells work and did not think I had cure wounds available even though i knew it.


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Now we are armed WITH KNOWLEDGE we will make great progress in the Goblin Den.

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Quite struck on this Bard cantrip "Prestidigitation"
One of its possible uses is: You instantaneously clean or soil an object no larger than 1 cubic foot.

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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Quite struck on this Bard cantrip "Prestidigitation"
One of its possible uses is: You instantaneously clean or soil an object no larger than 1 cubic foot.

You'll never guess what I have.

The surprise is somewhat ruined now though


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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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Mr Dave wrote:
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Quite struck on this Bard cantrip "Prestidigitation"
One of its possible uses is: You instantaneously clean or soil an object no larger than 1 cubic foot.

You'll never guess what I have.

Is it Dimrill?

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The surprise is somewhat ruined now though

Sorry. I've poured over everyone else's D&D Beyond sheets out of wanting more D&D related brain food, if you'd have made one I probably wouldn't have read up on bards so much.

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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I was doing some prep for session two last night and I’m excited to play again, can’t wait to see where we end up.

Since we start session two not far into the mouth of a goblins cave, after having our journey interrupted and taking some damage, how are Ermintrude, Ivo, Zardoth and Schuu feeing as they stand there contemplating going deeper into the dark cave?


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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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Zardoth is shaken and really ready for a long rest to heal (and spell jiggle). The thought of more low level loot and the chance of helping more critters is driving him on though.

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Ermintrude is wondering why the goblin on the bridge is trying to hide despite not being aware of our presence. They are thinking there's more than goblins in this cave.

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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Ermintrude is wondering why the goblin on the bridge is trying to hide despite not being aware of our presence. They are thinking there's more than goblins in this cave.

Could be the one that Ivo healed? Maybe he's working out what to say to join us?

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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An person has trawled through books n shit to produce a hlist of shoppe pricese. Dunno whether this is Gilly friendly lore though!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1o7Y ... TtWX-/edit

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You’re itchin to spend that copper piece! :DD

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i earned this copper the hard way!

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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I need 4 more knackered silver rings!


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I imagine Ermintrude lying on the floor of a cavern, 15 goblin arrows stuck in their chest, gazing on an outstretched palm with a single copper piece in it. As a tear runs down their cheek their last thought is of the half of mild they never got to drink.

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Ooh, SDG! If the ring I found was magic, would we know or would we have to check it?

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I expect you'd need Incredibly Magic Looky skill. Maybe Ivo has it.

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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Something else I've been meaning to ask @sdg , I have Tool Proficienennnency in Smith's Tools and a set of Smith's Tools. What good are Smith's Tools and profiricieiciecdcyy in Smith's Tools, what can I use Smith's Tools on, and where can I use Smith's Tools? Smith's Tools.

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Mr Dave wrote:
I could've learned identify
I didn't.

I have detect magic... To The Book!

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The Book says aye (sayeth I). Shame I can’t use the spell as I decided to shoot my slots by heroically healing a mighty dwarf (before thineself mind) and calm a wolf (because).


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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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Detect Magic will tell you if an item is magical, and if it is illusion/conjuration/necromantic magic etc, but it won't tell you what the item is.

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 Post subject: Re: Dungeons and Dragons
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Ivo is currently scared of goblins, but eager to rescue Gundren from the evil that has taken him! He knows this is a righteous quest, and that the party has Xunt's blessing! ( Xunt, in fact, neither knows nor cares about the party ).

Ivo is also aware that he wasn't much use in the last two fights, and wishes to prove himself to his new friends.

Ivo can't detect magic, but does have a certain education in magical lore ( proficiency in Arcana ).


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Detect Magic will tell you if an item is magical, and if it is illusion/conjuration/necromantic magic etc, but it won't tell you what the item is.

It’ll tell me it’s worth more than 5gp, pal.

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I’m here for animal welfare though, it’s for the charity box not me.

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I’m here for animal welfare though, it’s for the charity box not me.


Ermintrude feels affinity with the bald head boggle eyed half-elf with their hatred of sausages.

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Ooh, SDG! If the ring I found was magic, would we know or would we have to check it?

Detect magic would tell you if it was magical, and the school of magic.

Identify would tell you what the item was including the mechanical effects such as if it was a ring of protection that afforded +1 to armour class.


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Dimrill wrote:
Something else I've been meaning to ask @sdg , I have Tool Proficienennnency in Smith's Tools and a set of Smith's Tools. What good are Smith's Tools and profiricieiciecdcyy in Smith's Tools, what can I use Smith's Tools on, and where can I use Smith's Tools? Smith's Tools.

It tells me you’re good at metalwork so if you’re carrying out a repair, or an investigation check related to metal it might make it easier or give you advantage.


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Can you tinker my ring?

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I say put the ring on. What's the worse than can happen if you wear a mysterious ring found in a trash pile in a goblin hideout? It's bound to go well.


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My Phhhhhhhb arrived today and I noticed that I was supposed to add a trinket to my inventory during character creation. I hope you don't mind, but I just updated my char to have one. For the first time I rolled my d100 in anger! I am now the proud owner of "A metal can that has no opening but sounds as if it is filled with Vegemite". Gilly! What use are these trinky thinkies?

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Oh I also read up more on character backgrounds, I'd chosen Sage but I think my Druid should be a Hermit. Does it make much difference, SDG? Don't think it'll have an effect on rolls/stats just starting equipment, gold, and story elements.

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It changes a couple of proficiencies as well, so you might have to rejiggle them, as you might already have them from somewhere else.


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Just rolled for my trinket! A small packet filled with pink dust.

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Dimrill wrote:
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I’m here for animal welfare though, it’s for the charity box not me.


Ermintrude feels affinity with the bald head boggle eyed half-elf with their hatred of sausages.

If you are referring to Zardoth he's FULL Elf, of the Wood variety!

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It changes a couple of proficiencies as well, so you might have to rejiggle them, as you might already have them from somewhere else.

For the sake of not messing anything up, I'll stick. For the sake of role playing you all misheard me if you ever asked what I did before becoming a Goblin target.

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Dimrill wrote:
My Phhhhhhhb arrived today and I noticed that I was supposed to add a trinket to my inventory during character creation. I hope you don't mind, but I just updated my char to have one. For the first time I rolled my d100 in anger! I am now the proud owner of "A metal can that has no opening but sounds as if it is filled with Vegemite". Gilly! What use are these trinky thinkies?

Mostly flavour. Very slim chance you might be able to work it into the story.


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Also Gill, I took an feat when I started this character. Was I allowed to? I notice nobody else has taken one on their character sheets. I thought that was allowed as dndbeyond had one to select, and am now worried I've done a wrong. Am I a wrong un?

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If he’s got one I want one!

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Look at Ivo's bladdy investigation stat! He could be investergaterin things for we!

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Feats start at lvl4 by the looks of it.

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Phhh! Then why does stupid site of stupid let you take one at the start?! Lucky it was for an skill I haven't used yet if Gilly rules against.

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We’re innocent noobs... she’ll show mercy on you, surely?

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