Then I realized I had been just scrolling the mouse wheel, eyes focused not on the monitor, but the wall behind it, lost in my own thoughts. Time to go out for a walk.
I did my best to make this slideshow amusing, but also genuinely informative for people who were curious about D&D.
If you enjoyed this slideshow and you ship Johnlock, you might want to read On The Ice, which goes into greater detail about how an actual gaming session proceeds, and also features plenty of smut.
This is awesome.
If this doesn’t convince you to try out D&D, I don’t know what will.
This made me laugh out loud at several points. I love the class descriptions in particular.
(I would also like to take this moment to remind you all that once, my rogue killed a drow illusionist by throwing a doorknob at him.)
This just makes me want to find a D&D group that doesn’t mind helping an utter noob out…
This is the best, inclusive D&D description that I’ve ever read.
“(This could explain a thing or two about the number of unfinished objects in the house.)”
The nearest book to me is my study Bible
“The conclusion is that Peteinosaurus and Preondactylus could be represented only by immature individuals and thus possibly do not represent the character states of the adults.”
This makes sense.
“Each time a creature suffers damage from this acid, its clothing and armor take the same amount of damage from the acid.”