In my DnD game, I always try to tame animals first thing. I have a badger and a rhino so far. I’m not a girl though.
@ThePoison, we found a bunch of rooster, chickens, and frogs that were all turned into animals (they used to be human). I ate all the chicken and the frog rides on my shoulder not doing anything for the game
@Ted Mosby is a jerk, a chicken army? Mother of God.... *removes sunglasses
@ThePoison, Pfff, i play like a normal person and murder everything that's not nailed to the ground.
Tomorrow I play D&D for the first time, I'm dungeon master, any tips?
@Frighthound, be ready to improv. If you give your players option A, B, and C, they will chose Triangle every time.
@Frighthound, also take lots of notes. Your players may want to backtrack and talk to NPCs that you have forgotten the names of. Maybe make notecards with basic character info for your important NPCs (maybe combat stats if your players are murder hobos)
@Frighthound, You may have all the planning you want down, but everything, no matter what, it’s going to fly right out of your arse.
I gave a choice to my party to go to 3 spots of interest in an abandoned town and one guy decided to investigate the woods....
People are not predictable
@Frighthound, also, if they encounter the "big bad " early and try to take him out make sure not to roll stats and make him invincible until you are ready to use him
They're big doggos, Brænt.
Last session we tamed a squirrel army and fought alongside the Grand Squirrel who our DM gave the voice of Sean Connery
They're gonna take over with sexual harassment lawsuits and oprah will lead the charge my friends.
Idk, last time I played D&D was my first time, so they let me roll for my stats. I was basically max in everything. I could beat the wolf army all alone
@Ted Mosby is a jerk, this is why I wouldn't let my players roll stats. No balance lol