Locke’s DnD character, best known as “The Cap’n”, is fairly straightforward when it comes to solving problems.
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Here’s a solution. Assume that the biological makeup of this slime monster consists only of a form of gloop and with no conciousnous. Due to the lack of coherent thoughts you can convince it that it has a face. Because the logic will be insurmountable, though minotlrly nonsensical, it will grow a face to stop the universe from collapsing. Unfortunatley, doing this between it’s lack of ears and being eaten you may have difficulties.
As a side note: you need to improve your perspective on top to down a little. It’s ok until you hit the legs.
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So so true
I so should comission a drawing of my D&D character once I get money. I love my little spiked chain wielding, copper dragonwrought kobold swordsage… who can become tiny size… and fly… and use dex instead of strength for damage… and yeah he chokes people with shadows… Sjach Nixeu is probably my favorite character I have played…
Ah yes, the book of nine swords. So affectionately banned from the games of all my DM’s for being so dang overpowered.. Of course I was the one that got it banned I’m also the one that bought it. They couldn’t stand my halfling Swordsage. That book should be locked away heh. How do you apply dex to damage? I thought weapon finesse only applied to attack rolls? OUTSIDE of that.
Hey Ence hey Locke, how you two been? And anyone else?
Things are good! You?
My favorite D&D character ever was a spoon. It was a fighter-class spoon.
Did someone just use “mi-not-lr-ly” in a sentence?