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The Cursed Tower of the Fallen

Posted on April 27, 2017

I’ve been DMing for a group of five players: a Human Bard called Luciano (but everyone called him Lucy, to his dismay); a Dwarf Barbarian who always forgot to rage; an Elven Rogue; a Human Ranger; and a Gnome Druid with a riding dog as an animal companion.

The story started when the group found a keep where a friendly NPC was being held captive. The keep was overrun with orcs, more than the party could handle in a straight up fight. The keep was pretty small, and mostly consisted of three towers, some walls, and a main building.

The party managed to draw a few orcs from the keep and kill them in an ambush. The plan was for the Barba…

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Grudge Match

Posted on April 26, 2017

Being so long-lived, Elves understandably have a long memory. They're typically known to be a more forgiving race, but if you tick one off enough, your descendants will curse the day you laid eyes on your Elven spouse/partner/booty-call. My character, Jakk'tril, was one Elf that knew how to bear a grudge. It all started on a simple search and rescue adventure. We were successful, but the town mayor decided to have the girl we rescued publicly hanged instead of giving her the medical treatment we sought for her (it wasn't her fault she was born a werewolf). I could not let that stand, but bided my time for some proper justice.

Several…

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Careful What You Wish For

Posted on April 24, 2017

About two decades ago, one of the players in my cousin's D&D campaign was granted a wish as a quest reward. He was told he could have anything he wanted, which prompted the player to start reading all the D&D books he could get his hands on in order to find the ultimate artifact. I should mention the books were not in English.

Eventually, he settled for the "Staff of the Master Mage" (I think it’s the same as the "Staff of the Magi" but slightly mistranslated).

"I want the Staff of the Master Mage!" he said, and the staff instantly materialized in front of him.

Unfortunately, so did the Master Mage mere moments after the wish was m…

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