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That One Wish

Posted on August 17, 2018

My friends and I had recently embarked on an epic-level campaign, as our DM had gotten his hands on a book and decided to forego a longer campaign to reach epic levels. He handed us some character sheets and ordered us to create 20th level characters. After many hours of poring over rule books and discussing the potential magical equipment epic level characters would obviously have, we formed the Furious Five.

We had a Dwarven Barbarian, an Elven Sorcerer, a Human Monk, an Elven Cleric, and my Elven Druid. Lots of pointy ears, but what can I say—LOTR had just come out and elves were cool again.

We sallied forth on a quest of dragon-…

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An Explosive Ending

Posted on August 16, 2018

When I started a D&D group originally, it was pretty small. Fast forward a few years and it had gotten to the point where I was DMing for around 10 people at once. Fast forward a little more and we now had two groups—one I was DMing, while the other was being run by a friend of mine.

We had decided to meet outside of our usual day, and the entire group I DM’d for decided not to show. So I whipped out an Aasimar Paladin I had worked up the night before, for just this eventuality, and inserted him into the other group.

Now, my friend who was DMing this group had cooked up some pretty nasty things to pit against the players. The charac…

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The Other Evil

Posted on August 08, 2018

The party I was DMing for consisted of a Dwarf Barbarian, a High Elf Ranger, a Half-Elf Rogue, a lawful evil Human Sorcerer (with the most badass name ever, Grimm Buckman), and finally a chaotic neutral Gnomish Bard. The background I got for this Gnome was that he was on a permanent revenge quest against all the people who had in one way or another destroyed some portion of forest. Essentially he was a hyper-radical Captain Planet.

I started off the group in a town that was filled up to the brim with bandits, and a corrupt mayor that let them do whatever they pleased so long as it profited him. The guards were helpless against these …

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