I totally saw that coming, but I didn’t want to spoil it for everyone else.
You’re very smart.
I know! 8)
This fails to fill me with dread. This version of Fleece already seemed like a pain-crazy psycho (other people’s pain, anyway) when Martin picked her up from the store.
I thought she was *poofed* by the DM/GM when Fleece # 1 revolted?
Then there’s nothing to worry about, right, Rock?
What do you mean, “poofed”, chris?
Turned gay, obviously.
Eh, i read that as “blown up” myself…
Poof=gay, hence poofed=turned gay. My logic is foolproof.
So in order to defeat your logic i must upgrade from fool to idiot?
Thus all Toons who teleport using sound effects are gay? That is an interesting new viewpoint.
Now for the readin’ of the rules…
Rule number one – No Poofters!
Rule two – No one is to mistreate the Abo’s in any way at all…while anybody’s watchin’
Rule three – No Poofters!
Rule four – This term, I don’t want to catch anybody not drinkin!
Rule five – No Poofters!
Rule six – there is Noooooo….Rule six.
Rule seven – No Poofters!
That concludes the readin’ of the rules…
Since I don’t live in the H.O.L.E.-iverse and I’m generally okay with watching your characters get their butts handed to them, I guess you’re right, Kevin: I’ve got nothing to worry about. 😀
That is just being mean to the party.
I like it.
Then again, how does this make Fleece any different than an unrestrained Martin and they handled Martin. Usually.
Probably in the actual handling.
Yeah, everyone who isn’t Enkidu is probably more likely to let Freja do any ‘handling’, which will be avidly watched by the males in the party. Right?
Freja, of course, wil most likely fail to care.
“Keeps her calm and happy”…she is obviously hypered to the n’th degree and mad as a hatter to booth. 😆
But at least she’s happy. 😈
Be fair, this campaign is being played by high schoolers unless I miss my guess. Being hyper to the Nth degree and crazy to boot are both traits of that age category, aren’t they? 😈
Probably just out of high school. Some of them anyway.
Still a time of madness.
Yes, Bunker was much older.
I’m a little rusty on Clerical lore, but isn’t cure insanity somwhere in thier spell list? Is this something Morty would be able to study up on/pray for? I’ve never been real clear on clerics choosing thier spells, or DM’s “granting” them. What’s your take on the selection of clerical spells? Is it up to the player or the DM?
They’re playing 4e now, so the spell selection is a lot more limited. I’m not even sure whether they still have (Lesser) Restoration, which is what I’d assume is most useful in case of PC insanity.
And that, kids, is where ninjas come from.
And that’s where ninjas come from.
Dude Kevin I’m getting a 404 when trying to edit or delete, using Firefox, know anything about that?