First time playing DND
School event, my Chem teacher is DM'ing. I choose to be a Half-Orc Paladin. Chaotic Good.
Low intelligence, DMTeacher makes fun of me throughout the game as a “Stupid Orc” My mother tries to pick me up early because she doesn’t wanna wait so late into the night, so teacher tries to give me a glorious moment before I go
DM: So all of the sudden, all of the creatures leave the town, and a booming voice is heard “Sar!(my character’s name) You and your group have fought well. If you can defeat me, my forces will leave”
My group gathers in the town, several monsters and boss show up. We square up. Mother keeps trying to get me to leave, I almost die, person in my party discreetly healing me as to not violate the rules of the duel. I think even Bahamut himself helps me out at one point.
Boss is down to 10 HP, I’m down to 3. DM sees no way for me to win. He says “The dragonoid walks up to you and puts his sword by his neck, and suddenly sheathes, walking away. He claims victory, but allows you to live.”
The students nod their heads “good job to-” I interrupt them
“SLASH HIM IN THE BACK WITH A HALBERD!”
Teacher stares at me in disbelief. “…roll for it”
I roll the 20 and the die for a Halberd.
Boss dies instantly.
“While the monsters are scattering to leave and your party cheering in… conflicted victory. You look into the crowd, you see a purple scaly being similar to that of the thing you just killed. It is his son, you have made a mortal ene-”
“THROW MY SPEAR AT THE KID”
Roll a 3. Miss
DMTeacher is determined to teach me a lesson.
“Although you stand in victory, you feel your holiness and good graces of the gods leave your being”
I reply “I’m too stupid to understand the morality of the situation”
“Roll for intelligence”
I roll the D20. I roll a 4
“Your stupidity saves you from righteous judgement.”