Y'all are sick. I love it!
"I cast real social life"
@robee, *rolls 1*
* Stands to leave. steps on loose roller skate, slides out the door and down the Hall and falls into a new room*
* Stand up to find a second D&D game being played*
*looks fun so I join*
Most DMs like it when you get clever with your spells and interactions in DnD. I'm pretty sure they tend to dislike brute force, but every DM is different
@Super GingerBoy, Unless the game is about a group of all barbarians, in which case creativity is discouraged unless it's a creative way to cave in your enemies' skull.
@Super GingerBoy, I set up a boss fight with all sorts of mechanics to make it fun and my players pushed him into a a sacrifice portal he opened to sacrifice them. It was hilarious.
A druid friend jumped off my shoulder onto a flying creature that was attack me, after landing on it she turned into a polar bear bringing both of them down ontop of me.
Best long game fvck you. Build howls moving castle powered by chained skeletons over 1 year on in game time, and building material costs for the building. The key spell, finger of death. 7th level, can create 1 undead per day with zero upkeep. It's mobile until destroyed. They power the moving castle.
That's some Goblin Slayer shjt right there!
Spoiler Alert?: That's pretty much how the magic in The Inheritance Cycle (Eragon Series) goes. Main character starts using easier spells to kill things. Uses one for "break" and just starts snapping brain stems or something like that.
@Yukimura, I liked how the magic was language and language had power to those with knowledge.
In a similar scenario, my character was able to control fire and later heat itself. So he got into a no win fight and I preceded to repeated raise the temperature of the attackers blood until they were boiled alive from the inside
That temp one is bs tho. A body is clearly an object not a space
You guys should play Tremere in the Vampire games then come talk to me :D