game chairs

  • (Disclaimer: This was based off of a tumblr post, but like wow, the backlash, so I rewrote it)
  • Question: There are seven chairs and ten kids. What do you do? The objective is to sit on a chair.
  • Hufflepuff: Just sit on each other's laps!
  • Ravenclaw: Or you could just bring three more in... Kind of an effortless solution.
  • Gryffindor: We could have a musical chairs game and fight for them
  • Slytherin: I really don't care as long as I get to sit

After two years I got back to Undertale, discovered Caretaker of the Ruins AU and fell in love with their adult versions of Chara and Asriel (and the comic itself too, go read it, it’s really neat!). And since I’ve done this already, I couldn’t resist making part two with Goat Prince included. I tried really hard to get him right, I did D’:

Dont forget about the PQ2 too.

I roll for chair

So my friends and I show up at our DM’s dorm room for a brand new campaign. Everyone immediately begins arguing about who gets the beanbag, the second most comfortable chair (the first being the DM’s gaming chair).

I was carrying my dice bag in so I took out a D20. “I roll for chair.”

Everyone else scrambles to pull dice out.

DM sighs, “Okay, roll for chair”

*Sounds of dice on desk

I laugh maniacally “NAT 20!!!!!”

DM “She gets the beanbag for the rest of the campaign.”

*Groans of protest

Happy one year anniversary UNDERTALE !

“And if I shout your name?” Harmund demanded. “What then?”
“Peace,” said Asha. “Land. Victory. I’ll give you Sea Dragon Point and the Stony Shore, black earth and tall trees and stones enough for every younger son to build a hall. We’ll have the northmen too … as friends, to stand with us against the Iron Throne. Your choice is simple. Crown me, for peace and victory. Or crown my nuncle, for more war and more defeat.” She sheathed her dirk again. “What will you have, ironmen?”
“VICTORY!” shouted Rodrik the Reader, his hands cupped about his mouth. “Victory, and Asha!”
“ASHA!” Lord Baelor Blacktyde echoed. “ASHA QUEEN!”
Asha’s own crew took up the cry. “ASHA! ASHA! ASHA QUEEN!”

 - George R.R. Martin, A Feast For Crows

Art: The Kingsmoot, by Marc Simonetti