Everyone, please read through the episodes! Leave comments (and compliments!) directly on the google doc or submit comments to @lotrewrite. Proofread edits, suggested edits to content, recommendations about keeping characterizations and arcs consistent, title suggestions, anything! and don’t forget to leave comments on the sections you find particularly good!
Writers: feel free to keep editing as you start getting comments!
Spindle golems are so named because they are constructed. However, no mortal entity knows how, and no immortal entity wants to remember why. When a mortal refuses to feel guilt for an Evil action, and actively prevents themselves from experiencing remorse, a spindle golem is manifested to force them to pay for it. Very few people talk about spindle golems, but a snippet survives of a bard’s experience with one.
“Fire cannot kill it And it won’t be suffocated You cannot stab it through the heart Nor defenestrate it
It creep at night And crawls in day And sprints when you’re alone It grips you with its ice cold hands Demands that you atone”
Spindle Golem Large construct, lawful neutral
AC:15 (natural armor) HP 90 (10d10+20) 45 speed
STR 17 (+3) DEX 18 (+4) CON 14 (+2) INT 20 (+5) WIS 16 (+3) CHA 12 (+1)
Skills: Acrobatics +6, Perception +5 Immunities (damage): fire, force, piercing, stabbing, or bludgeoning damage from nonmagical weapons Does
not need to breathe, sleep, eat, or drink. Senses: blindsight 120 ft., passive perception 15 Languages: Common, the language of its target Challenge: 4 (1,100 XP)
Multiattack: The spindle golem makes 2 claw attacks. Claw: +5 to hit, 10 ft, 1d8+3 slashing damage. Target must roll a DC 13 Dex check to not be grappled. Grappled creatures take 1d4
cold damage at the end of their next turn if they remain grappled. The spindle golem can only grapple 2 creatures, of a Large size or smaller, at a time. If both hands are grappling creatures, the golem can make a single bite attack against one of its captives per turn. Bite: +5 to hit, 5 ft, 1d10+3 piercing damage + 1d6 poison damage
“when we were 8 years old and we were asked what we wanted to be when we grow up, we would say things like astronaut and scientist and inventor and ballet dancer. but somewhere along the way that little light in us dims and the voice of fear becomes so loud we can’t even hear the voice of our passions anymore. the voice of fear can sound like ur own doubts, it can sound like mean people, it can even sound like ur family or friends- people that laugh at ur dreams like u will never reach them. So we grow up and we settle. we work in jobs we hate. we pick majors we don’t even care about. we stay in places where we cannot express ourselves. we play it safe. and every other person that sacrificed that little kid in them will act like its the normal thing to do. when u choose to take the risk, people will act like you’re the craziest person in the world. GOOD. don’t be normal. Dont let anybody, not even yourself, stop u from becoming who you want to become. don’t let anybody tell you who they think you should become. ur life is a blank canvas. and u can choose any colors u want. so dream big. be kind. work REALLY hard. and no matter how old u get, never ever ever grow up. 🌙" -Camila Cabello 3/12/16 @waakeme-up @5hontour
Class Features: Spellcasting, Wild Shape, Druid Circle (Circle of the Land),
Zrinka Cerny Is a Elderly Dwarven druid who spends her days tending for the forest, she occasionally acts as a guide to individuals who require such help. Zrinka Is known for her curmudgeonly manner but despite this grumpy demeanor she’s more than willing to help those in need.
Ideal: A balance needs to be struck between nature and civilization. I prefer nature.
Bond: A blight is tainting the forest, I must find the course and revolve the matter for the sake of the forest.
Flaw: People annoy me and I’m more than happy letting them know this.
God was just like. ‘Hey, Fuckers! Daytime!’ You need to shout 'striking,’ God, because that’s what the people in the industry say. 'Striking!’ and that’s how you know to cover your eyes because the lights come on and blind you. And then that’s a lawsuit. And you don’t want them. What is even happening in this video? I don’t know. I’m filling space by talking shit and by trying to put down red bushes. It’s a hard knock life for Jack. It’s a hard knock life for Jack. Instead of bushes, we get trees. Instead of trees, we get bigger trees.