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What SVTFOE Season 2 has Done to our Sweet Children
Stepped her toe out the closet; it was a magical experience for everyone involved. Acquired 16 years of badassery training. Lost her best friend/source of summer fun overnight.
Gained the father figure he always wanted for two entire days, and it only cost him his soul.
Was slowly stripped of her capacity to chill and learned to access the Avatar State of Emotional Breakdowns on command in the process.
Promoted from bland love interest with two lines to lesbian stereotype love interest and walking plot device. Wanted to try a go at the fabled childhood friend romance, but got roped into an angsty love triangle instead. 100% did not ask for her life to turn into a soap opera, what the hell, Cupid?
Got two (2) homoerotic episodes. Left the rest to the fanfiction writers.
Made her first appearance and broke up with her boyfriend 6,784 times.
Lives and breathes off Marco being upset, but has discovered her one weakness: Star being upset.
Took her boyfriend to a couple of /clubs/ last month. [90s laugh track]
I was FROZEN today!
["The Boys Are Back in Town" plays on repeat for 10 hours]
Its the end of the session and the monk has only just been introduced to the game. After receiving help from the “country boy” barbarian who is in town to seek aid for his attacked village, the monk proceeds to wander off towards the Lord’s Manor which he’s been warned is Heavily Guarded.
DM (Me): You begin to wander the gardens, which are strangely empty. After dodging a hedge maze or two your make your way to the manor.
Monk: How many guards are there, are they patrolling in 2s, 3s, 4s? Are they in certain patterns?
DM: I don’t think you see Any guards.
Barbarian (ooc): Oh no, it’s a trap.
Monk (confused): Ok, I attempt to sneak inside. (Rolls a crit)
DM: You successfully find a window that puts you directly outside the library.
Monk: Can I listen to the door to see if I hear anyone?
DM: You can, you hear something, but you’re not sure what or how many.
Monk: I crack the door to see if I can hear better.
DM: you can hear one voice, its a ways back into the room but directly in line with the door.
Monk: can I try to sneak in and get out of sight before I’m seen? (rolls a 6) DM: You can try (Person inside rolls a natural 20)
The monk attempts to sneak in and poorly hides behind a table. The Lord of the manor looks up from his book and over the heads of about 20 children and says “Are you here for story time too?”