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Down the Zombie Hole

Posted on May 19, 2017

The first game I ever played will always be pretty memorable. My friend's dad had been playing D&D for years, and all of us wanted to give it a try. So he agreed to DM a few sessions for us. We spent our time crafting our characters, learning the rules, and sitting around the table having fun. Starting at 1st level was my Barbarian, a Fighter, a Rogue, a Ranger, and a Wizard. Who needs healing when everything was going to die anyway?

Eventually we started the game (oh so generically) in the tavern, when a man burst in proclaiming the noble he was protecting had been ambushed on the road. The man now required the help of adventures to…

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The Intellectually Challenged Wizard

Posted on May 17, 2017

I was DMing my group through their second session, running them through an abandoned minotaur temple hidden deep within a mountain. The party consisted of a Human Fighter, a Halfling Ranger, a Dragonborn Sorceress, Beloth the Tiefling Wizard, and me as their DM. This tale, as did many other memorable moments from this particular dungeon crawl, revolves around Beloth.

See, Beloth was the most intelligent character in the party with an intelligence of 18 at first level (he’s a Wizard, after all). But unfortunately this character was not played by the most intelligent player at the table. In fact, my dear friend playing this Wizard isn'…

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Curiosity Killed The Cleric’s Brain

Posted on May 12, 2017

In our 5e campaign run by my wife, I play a half-orc barbarian named Durak, who pretty much has the linguistic power of The Incredible Hulk and Groot. Literally all he can say is "I am Durak" and "Durak smash.” This has led to some interesting yet hilarious scenes due to his rather low Intelligence and Wisdom.

In our latest adventure, the party was called up to a cloud giant's tower. He offered us shelter and travel to the place where we were headed next, so long as we stayed on the ground floor. So, naturally, due to adventurer's curiosity, we desperately wanted to check out the second floor.

After a few flubs by the Cleric and a l…

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