After a long night of work, coming home to him is the best part of the day. 🙂
After a long night of work, coming home to him is the best part of the day. 🙂
As a D&D adventure and a rogue player, I can be the epitome of chaos and doing stuff the DM didn’t think they would have to worry about. Like having a character making a death save because I egged them to eat a part of a deadly mushroom we had to deliver to a noble. Or like when the whole part of the mission was to save someone’s life, only for PVP to be turned on and the table to suddenly destroy the adventure plot.
But a while back me and a friend who was a DM made our own campaign which we still work on . . . periodically. I was working on mine recently and found a fun part which I remebered adding just because players like myself would exsist and be like:
We are in a strange facility, hearing weird noises and just found a closet filled with heavy duty cleaning agents strong enough to clean up crime scenes.
. . . Can I drink the chemicals?
You might think I’m joking but I’m not. Things tend to happen in D&D that most don’t realiaze is unscripted, like doing the conga while a flock of murderous bird cult members try to kill you.
BECAUSE WHY THE FRICK_FRACK_SHOVE_A_TICK_TACK SHOULDN’T IT HAPPEN?
So, in response, I decided to add this little table. It’s real fun.
IF FOR ANY DUMB REASON, a character pops one open a bottle (it’s easy) and sniffs it, make them roll a d4.
1 – Deafened – They hear a sharp siren in their ears and they can’t hear anything for an hour.
2 – Petrified – A single sniff is all that it took for the chemical to stone the person from the inside out, starting with the heart. Unless the party has water to pour, there is nothing that character can do. They are stuck there, and the DM will usher the party to go on suggesting that the player will be back but not until the next encounter. (88*****88).
If they do have water and pour on them, they will come back to life with a clause. Within the first three encounters, there is a chance they will become paralyzed for a minute. 50/50. DM decides before PC rolls a percentile which 50 is good and which isn’t.
3 – Frightened/ Paranoid – Unknown voices plague the character and the next time they have battle they have disadvantage for attack rolls and ability checks.
4 – Blinded – Who told them to look inside of it. Now they need someone to guide them until the next battle, their eyes white as stars in the night sky. At that battle, they have an initiative of zero and will go last. Then their eyesight will be restored.
In D&D, everyone truely wins, unless DM breaks. Then almost everyone wins, but that’s okay. The DM’s usually are out for blood. XD
Have fun Playing!
Sleeping in is a natural occurrence for me, but my family would sometimes look at me as I slept comfortable for, well, forever. Why get up? Well now I have a perfect reason to settle any whispering around me.
Yep! I got an overnight position at my local grocery store and it has been a huge improvement in my life. But what goes up must come down and by down I mean being supported by your cap’s lid as you doze off for an hour amist the shift.. Yep!
Pros? I don’t have to deal with rude customers who think they can bully us into doing what they want. Ever. I also don’t have to worry about rushing about when corporate overloads us because “you can handle it” *click*
Cons? I have done a complete 180 for my sleep cycle and have been such a ride. My eyes hurt when they closed. My temper flared when things went differently in the morning. My patience for people have shortened
My parent is a bit worried about me and have been keeping a real hard look at me. With love of course. He makes sure he sees me sleeping (because sometimes I’m too awake and stay up) and makes sure I am eating correctly. Making meals is always fun for him because then leftovers are separated into little meals for me. Ultimate assurance I have food with me, which as a food junkie I can’t complain.
Overnights, it’s really a interesting and calming. Especially when I see that there is 47 order hours set up and only 27 scheduled work hours for that day. It makes me feel better with the whole deal.
You could have been waiting a day
You could have been waiting a month
You could have been waiting a year
You could have been waiting years
You could have been waiting lifetimes
You could have been waiting forever
None of it seems to matter when you find that one piece that completes you, whether you like it or know it. Whether you could completely imagine yourself with them or didn’t even know about them. It’s almost like the world starts spinning a bit slower, or maybe I just made it sound slower so I could have more moments.
Lucifer: Did you?
Giovannii: 🙂 The world will never know, but it was completely worth it.
I’ve been listening to this song on repeat for a few days straight. Here you go! Also, I’m playing with what wordpress can do.
I love the show Lucifer. It makes me laugh, makes me feel in ways I didn’t want to.
But among it’s brilliance, one thing bugs me. Lucifer himself in the Cain storyline in season two. All he does is complain that his father doesn’t listen to him, and yet watches all and is the person behind everything. Still, then he is constantly calls his dad’s attention right before doing something dickish. Like when he was going to hell to grab Abel’s soul and bring it back. Yeah, Cain and Abel.
So, he makes a big deal that it will make his dad furious and then right before he flies real fast to grab the soul, he calls for his dad. That’s like me calling for my mother before breaking the pyrex (China glassware) right in front of her.
He’s a big boy and yet he constantly does this. I get it though. It suppose to prove him wrong in the sense as, “No god is listening to you” stick but still! It’s humorous and it makes me furious at the same time, but that’s the devil for ya.I just want him to learn, is that so much to ask for?
I love Disney Villains. When things go right, they are glorious and when they go wrong they get even better. Many people have their favorite Disney villain, if not for the actually plan then just for the aesthetics of the character. My favorite was always Maleficent because she was just terrifying to me when I was little. The evil queen was a close second. So when movie news came out that the villains would get a movie, or more so their descendants, I was really intrigued. Immediately I knew the whole ‘crime of the parent doesn’t go to the child’ plot line would be used and from the trailers I saw them mingle with the once tortured civilians. I was general interested with this because it was a great opening for a perspective story.
The kids think that they are awesome and run amuck, not giving two shits about anyone or anything. Then they get plopped down in the middle of the rest of society and all of the sudden they are hated for stuff they never did. It would bring up the point between the two people of what bad and good really means. Sure Maleficent sentenced an princess into a deathlike slumber but she was basically insulted by being the ONLY person not invited to the christening. Not to mention if we go by the live-action version, they stole her wings. Cruella just doesn’t like dogs and had a bit of a passion problem. The stepmother in Cinderella was constantly being judged by the standards of Ella herself and how do you raise your own kids like that, none the less someone else’s?
Sometimes people try to expose what’s wrong with you because they can’t handle what’s right about you.I have no idea, Google
With all that said though, the movies, the books, was a let down. Not only were the main characters not evil, they were barely recognizable from their parents. Mal isn’t remotely faerie like, Carlos is a wimp, Jay…. came out like Gaston’s kid and Evie is literally a pun for Evil. The villains also weren’t that imposing with Maleficent barely passing her own kid’s head in height. They also play with the cliche “she can’t figure out modern things” even though she has been resurrected for nearly twenty years before the story. LIKE A FRIDGE. The kids are mischievous at worst and insecure at best. Which I thought was a good thing since the parents are villains, they aren’t handing out motivation most time. Now that I think of it, why do these kids even remotely care about their parent? The parents never show any affection in anyway and if we go off by their base Disney movies, psychology would dictate that the kids would be WAY more insecure, way more illusive in trying not to be near the parent and more aggressive with each other. They act like a group of suburbia kids in a less clean side of town. Also the children of the “Good” guys are spoiled brats and for some reason have the guts to talk to the villain descendants. Cinderella’s kid is a jerk, Aura’s kid is a bitch queen and Belle’s kid is really dumb. Ben, he is just arm candy.
Descendants, I could probably write it better. I won’t at the moment, but the universe has me intrigued. Wonder what my characters would do to it? >:]
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