The one D&D session, our group decided to stay the night at an inn. Our rogue places some traps at the door and everyone goes to sleep.
My character, the warrior of the group, decides she’s had enough of sleeping in armor and takes it off– deciding the group has traps at the door, there’s no windows, so they’re safe. She also managed to take the bedroom room of the spot they booked after an intimidation check.
During the night, our DM has us make listen checks. My character fails all of them. She’s sleeping like a log.
Our cleric lands one and is woken up to the sight of “basically ninjas” (as our DM described them) in the main room where he slept. He shouts for everyone else to wake up– everyone passes the listen check to do so… except my character.
The group rolls initiative and I have to keep rolling listen checks which I CRIT FAIL twice. TWICE.
Finally my character is woken up (after about 5 turns).
Not bothering to throw on armor, I make a strength check and land an 18, kicking the door off its hinges.
There’s a ninja on the other side of the door ready to take down my character (who’s still basically in underwear).
I roll an intimidation check.
I roll to confirm– another 20.
My character gives the biggest death glare at the ninja and yells “WHO WOKE ME UP??”
He pees himself and crumples to the floor, the other ninjas surrender.
My DM LOST it, she was laughing so hard.