It's not-so-rightly named
So some of the players in one of the campaigns running right now cannot drive. Either because they actually are not allowed to drive legally, or no car is currently available to drive. As a common practice, a few of the players will pick up and drop off players before and after each session.
One of these carpoolers already had two other players in their car, was on their way to pick me up and had to stop literally about 100 feet away from my house, right pass a speed bump. The reason for this is because the driver ended up with a flat, and claims that he don’t have a spare to replace it with. This is our Palidin who is driving the Ranger and Wizard players. All three of them guys, two of them having worked on cars. I’m the Druid, but I’m a female and have also worked on cars.
I had him turn the car around, to have a better look at the tire. It was completely flat. I was already told that he didn’t have a spare, but something told me to have him pop the trunk open, JUST IN CASE, to check and verify that. While I had him pop the trunk, I asked him to contact his insurance company about getting a tire replacement. Push come to shove we could at least store the flat and have him get it fixed asap in the trunk.
I start pulling mats out of the trunk, finding two car jacks (Palidin said he didn’t have any) and a WHOLE, BRAND NEW, TIRE IN THE TIRE WELL! I head back to my house to get some bolts and a huge breaker bar to help remove the tire, only for one of the other two (I think it was the Ranger) to find that there was also some tools to remove the lug nuts off the tire. While the Ranger and Wizard worked quickly to replace the tire (I don’t know why they didn’t think to check the trunk anyways) I hold up the breaker bar and looked to the Palidin.
Me (OOC); YOU SEE THIS?
Palidin (OOC); Y-yeah… what about it?
Me (OOC); I’m going to use the name I give this tool and name my staff after it!
Palidin (OOC); And what name is that?
Me (OOC); DRAGON KILLER!
Both the Wizard and Ranger cracked up laughing at the name, knowing that we have at least two other dragonborn characters in the campaign for that night. (One is a Sorcorer and the other is a Fighter) Before making it official, I had the following conversation with the DM:
Me (OOC); Can I name my staff Dragon Killer?
DM (OOC); *HUGE DEEP SIGH* Is this anything in related about what happened to your Druid in the last session? (She ended up tripping a lot of traps by accident)
Me (OOC); OH NO! That Palidin there didn’t know he had a tire, car jack, and the tools required to change out a tire for his car. The Wizard and Ranger didn’t bother to check, but since they don’t own the horseless carage, I won’t blame them on their faults.
Palidin (OOC); ARE YOU STILL HUNG UP ON THAT!?
DM (OOC); So, you just want to name your weapon in the name of revenge against stupid? I’ll allow it.
Found out later, my DM decided that my character is the real villain of his campaign and she don’t remember doing any of the crimes committed.