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D&D Humor

Post#1 » Wed Jan 08, 2020 2:48 pm


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Post#2 » Wed Jan 08, 2020 6:59 pm

After reading that, it felt something like this to me. LOL :pos:

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Post#3 » Fri Jan 10, 2020 2:51 pm

Here's another:

Millennials Playing D&D Confused by Concept of Long Rest

It's funny because it's devastatingly true.

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Post#4 » Sat Jan 11, 2020 10:19 am

Oh-My-Gawd! 8O
Like I totally get it ... NOT!

:bash: LOL
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Post#5 » Tue Feb 11, 2020 10:05 am

I liked Order of The Stick, and there are probably others.
Every minute is a year of struggle

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Post#6 » Wed Feb 17, 2021 2:41 pm

Stumbled across this on Twitter and thought it worth sharing here.

    WIZARD: I cast Sympathy on the dragon.
    DM: What does that one do again?
    WIZARD: Not sure

      **one minute later**
    DRAGON: (sobbing) They always ask where's the dragon's hoard.
    WIZARD: There, there now.
    DRAGON: But they never ask WHY the dragon hoards.
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Post#7 » Wed Feb 17, 2021 7:10 pm

haahahahaa
Every minute is a year of struggle

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Post#8 » Thu Feb 18, 2021 1:54 pm

This reminds me a bit of something I saw years ago online.

PC: I open the door into the next room.
DM: You see an orc armed with a battleaxe guarding a chest.
PC: I enter into a frank and meaningful dialogue with the orc, validating his right to guard chests, but not pigeon-holing him into a stereotype, in the hopes of restructuring the traditional adventurer/monster antagonistic relationship into something more positive and mutually beneficial.
DM: Make a CHA check.
PC: I succeed.
DM: The orc is moved by your rhetoric. Casting his battleaxe aside, he sits down on the chest and invites you to join him in a brainstorming session about ways to revitalize the decaying subterranean infrastructure and society of the dungeon, perhaps with a--
PC: While he is distracted, I stab him with my sword.

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Post#9 » Thu Feb 18, 2021 2:19 pm

:lol:
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Post#10 » Thu Feb 18, 2021 10:44 pm

Five things players said/did and then regretted it later. :bash:

    1. Ranger wearing plate mail in a misty echoing crypt: "I try to move silently"

    2. Apprentice to mage "By the way master, I finally shot that pesky owl that kept following you around."

    3 .Party fighting a band of thieves in a 4X3X4m room, when the mage says, with serious tone: "Hell, I cast a fireball, THAT'll teach'em."

    4. Party laying on a hillside spying on the Imperial Army of Darkness commanded by Gul the Necromancer himself (+/- 10,000 troops) "Hmmm, if we attack from the rear, do we get bonuses on our attack roll??"

    5. Paladin as the lone survivor of a party of 7 facing an army of evil and undead creatures, which just slaughtered his fellow adventurers: "Huh, why should I run? I got protection from evil in a 15ft radius, THEY can't touch me" (last words).
Can anyone guess where I found this one at?
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