I was in a party that cleaned out the old White Plume Mountain module back in the day. We didn’t have a dwarf, so Whelm wasn’t much use to us; nobody wanted to wield a trident, so we ended up giving Wave to a koalinth (2nd Edition D&D marine hobgoblin variant) we had charmed and turned into a mascot of sorts. (Our parties had a silly tendency to do that to monsters we charmed. Another 2E party charmed a kobold that ended the campaign as an 8th-level monk.)
That’s right; we gave a minor artifact, knowing what it was, to an NPC. We didn’t have much respect for Wave. 😛
I expect you weren’t the only ones.
Only one of the three that was worth a crap was Blackrazor…hmn…Bunker just GOT a better sword….that leaves Enkidu as the only sword-proficient character….
Yikes, talking weapons alarm! I remember a very annoying talking sword in Baldur’s Gate II.
Behind his…what? His ear? 😐
The campire used to be a dwarf? Apparently becoming a vampire gives you a clean shave. Can’t have hairy vampires, people would mistake them for werewolves. 😆
I foresee problems when the hammer realizes that Morty is, technically, a troll. At least physically. Not sure what counts more, mind or body, when Reincarnate has changed your creature type.
Behind his back.
In Stoker’s novel, Dracula had facial hair.
I tried to edit my above posting, but received the message, “Your edited comment was marked as spam. If this is in error, please contact the admin.” Huh? 😕
P.S. And now the original posting is gone!
Apparently becoming a vampire gives you a clean shave.
The dwarf vampire has some history, which we may or may not get to hear.
Please, Bunker, put on some pants!
OH HELL NO!!!
All I could think of when the Hammer started talking was of some Jewish Rabbi Kvetching. (ie: Mel Brooks)
That would be an appropriate voice. 🙂
Which would leave Tim Curry as the voice of the Lesser Earth artifact version of Blackrazor (No-relco?) and Jim Carrey as Wave (Undertow? Ripple?)
(Visions of Wave breaking into “Cuban Pete” while Blackrazor does “Sweet Transvestite”, which would have particularly embarassing connotations for Enkidu)