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Kraken Good Time

Posted on September 21, 2018

The final boss of a side quest we had embarked upon put our party of five up against a massive Elder Kraken.

The battle raged for several rounds, and was not going in our favor, with my Kitsune Swashbuckler only getting the occasional hit in as he clambered over the massive creature, our spellcasters' spells not making it through spell resistance, and our thief unable to get close enough to strike, partially due to the Dire Sharks that had been summoned by the massive Kraken.

Finally, the young Druid Nutall cast baleful polymorph, hoping to get past the massive creature's fortitude and turn the kraken into a goldfish.

Nutall got a …

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Are You Sure About That?

Posted on September 20, 2018

My cousin loved D&D. One of his favorite hobbies was painting figurines to use in the game. He would come to our place every now and then, so my parents could run a game with him (my mother was the DM).

One day, he decided that he really wanted to play with a lvl 20 party and, after some cajoling, my mother relented. He eagerly rolled up some characters, equipped them with elite magical gear, and charged ahead into a dangerous 1st edition campaign.

Deep underground, he decided it was time to split the party to explore, sending a single, sneaky scout while the rest of the party hung out in a large chamber with a high, vaulted ceiling…

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Holy Mackerel

Posted on September 19, 2018

It was my first time DMing, and I was running the Lost Mine of Phandelver. I'm the type of DM who says that if a player can give me a good reason why something should happen, even if technically against the rules, I'll usually allow it.

Since the pregens which came with the module were connected with the story, I had everyone pick one and make it their own. Joe and Mason were the only two regulars. Mason was the Elf Wizard, and Joe both the Dwarf Cleric and Halfling Rogue (his daughter had started out playing the Rogue, but was unable to continue). Despite only playing with three characters, they mopped the floor with nearly every mo…

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