Literally carrying the team
If you carry your carrying capacity's worth of bags of holding you could hold 33.3 (repeating of course) times your cap. Putting you at 35996.4/143985.6 pounds. So, that's 72 tons. To put that in perspective, an ancient red dragon is about 82 tons. So, if you kill an ancient red dragon, stuff its head, then mince up the rest and put the pieces into bags of holding, you could carry an entire city-ending death lizard on your back.
@Commander Peanuts, that would make one hell of a barbeque!
@Commander Peanuts, nerd math always give me a little rise in the pants
@Commander Peanuts, it's stuff like this that makes me wish I would use that 5e set I bought to learn the game.
@dadood fromcheers, you should! I have a friend that has way more free time than me who just makes characters for fun to try to experiment with fun weird builds.
@Commander Peanuts, I think the worst part that my friends know I have it and want to try it, so I do have a group. Just haven't took the time to look over the starting manual
@dadood fromcheers, oh you already have the hard part done! I suggest watching some videos of d&d stories and rules to sort of get you in the mood for it. When I was first starting I watched videos by Matt Colville. He mostly does tips and tricks for DMs, but his passion and knowledge of the game was enough to keep me fascinated
@Commander Peanuts, thanks I'll check them out. Just gonna have to get used to it
@Commander Peanuts, and if you do this with portable holes you can get that number about a million times higher.
@Commander Peanuts, @dadood fromcheers, check out critical roll season 1 on YouTube. It will very likely assist you in getting into dnd 5e
@The Omega Username, well depending on your DM, typical rulebooks say putting two interdimentional spaces into each other like that destroys both items. That's why you can't just put bags of holding in bags of holding a la spongebob chocolate bags.
@Average Immortal, agreed. I've seen every episode of both seasons. I just wasn't sure I wanted to send him down that wonderful rabbit hole yet.
@Commander Peanuts, I know, but I mean that portable holes are lighter, smaller, and more.
@The Omega Username, oh, you meant instead of the bags. Gotcha. Yeah it's iffy to find capacity of portable holes and they usually technically don't weigh anything but everything weighs SOMETHING so I went with bags in order to do more definitive nerd maths
@Average Immortal, Personally I really suggest checking out The Unexpectables on YouTube/Twitch. It starts off a bit slow and confusing for the first 3-4 episodes (since half of the main group are missing for episode 3), but it gets really good as time goes on
@Commander Peanuts, i usually have so many people who want to play that i had to enforce a 5 player limit. A 12 player game is unruly and not fun, and i dont have the time to dm 2 games. The hard part is finding the motivation to do the things i love in life.
@Darth Panserbjorne, that's awesome but yeah, the campaign that I'm currently playing is a group of 4 of us that broke off from a group of 6 because even that gets pretty crazy. If you're up for the challenge, you could try a westmarches style. But it's all up to you the DM because if the DM can't handle it, no one's gonna have fun
Carry half my student debt.
You could suplex a frost giant
@dont hate masturbate, Barbarians are actually one of the best for a grappler build since rage gives advantage on all STR checks, and with that high of a carry weight he could pretty much suplex anything.
I have no fvcking idea what any of this means
I've seen something like this, but he was a centaur and the other party members were centaurs so he carried them in a pillar of centaurification
Friend of mine just did something similar. He used an app to create one quickly cause he didn't want to spend a bunch of time. He started out with 1018 health. The party erupted into laughter