It’s our first time playing DnD, Me a wood elf ranger (chaotic-neutral), a dragonborn claric (lawful-good), and a half-elf bard (neutral-good) end up tracking down a group of goblins to there camp. We end up picking them off silently until we end up with one goblin left. We end up tying him up and we start asking him questions with no luck.
Claric: If you tell us where our friend is we will let you go.
Goblin(DM): Scrall has no idea who you’re talking about!
Me(Ranger): Yes you do! *I punch him*
DM: You punch him?
DM: Umm alright… *giving me a concerned look* You punch him.
Goblin: Nooo! What did Scrall do?!?
Me: I punch him again
Dragonborn: I don’t think this is the right approach.
Me: Yes it is! I punch him again.
Goblin: *Now a bloody mess* Alright I’ll tell you! Don’t hurt Scrall again!
So the goblin tells us that our friend is in a cave just north of here and asks if we will set him free.
Dragonborn: We should set him free, he did tell us where our friend is.
Bard: Yeah but what if he tells someone where we are going?
Me: True… let’s kill him. *I pull out my sword getting ready to kill him*
Dragonborn: No I won’t let you kill him! *He pulls out his sword trying to protect the goblin.
The entire time the DM is screaming “No don’t kill me” in the goblin’s voice.
Me: Fine I won’t kill him but we can’t have him talk.
Bard: Fine what do you have in mind?
Me: I know! I walk up to the goblin and cut out his tongue.
Dragonborn: You do what?
Me: I walk to the goblin and cut out his tongue. I say that with a straight face.
The bard and dragonborn both look at the DM with a “please don’t let him do this” face.
DM: ok you cut out his tongue with one of your arrows. He screams in agony while you remove his tongue spitting blood everywhere.
Me: I laugh historically while doing it.
Everyone looks at me with the most disgusted and concerned looks on there face.
Dragonborn: What the fuck is wrong with you?!?
Me: What?!? We can’t have him talking.
Long story short my friends learned that they have a psychotic wood elf with them.