For context, this is our party’s first campaign. An NPC has asked for our help getting into a mansion that was thought to be haunted, and all three of our party members have suspicions that the NPC is a ghost herself.
Me (monk dwarf, Drybadd): Can I roll an arcana or religion check to see if I sense any ghostly energies about her?
DM: I mean, I guess?
Me: *rolls 16 with modifiers*
DM: You see that she looks vaguely transparent around her ankles and feet, but it’s too dark to see much else. She seems human aside from that.
Context: Playing Broken Worlds, the Kill Six Billion Demons tabletop (not the post-apocalyptic one), our group saved my hometown from a big bad beastie and there’s a city-wide party. –our initiative rolls are 2d6+mod–
DM: Okay you got drunk and found our sleeping quarters, what do you do next?
Beggar: I seduce the mayor’s assistant because she caught my eye earlier.
*rolls 11+2 initiative*
Beggar: Awww yeah I’m gettin’ some!
DM: *hands me 2d6 again* Good initiative. Roll for the pussy.
Beggar:…what? But I just rol-
DM: Roll. For. Da p00sy.
Fated: OH MY GOD DUDE YOU JUST GOT HER PREGNANT
DM:………….mark experience. You have a permanent +3 modifier for the next quest……
And now I have to come up with children characters for the sequel campaign because I rolled too well on da p00sy!
- Szeretlek. - mondta és mélyen a szemeimbe meredt. - Mennyit ittál? - érdeklődtem hitetlenkedve. - Csak annyi vizet, hogy életben maradjak ennek az elmondására. - felelte magabiztosan, miközben elmosolyodott.
Supergirl has actually ruined me. I went back to rewatch season one and the SECOND James stepped on scene i broke into tears because GODDAMN it i miss season one, I miss Cat, I miss Karolsen, I miss strong female representation, I miss Kara using her superhearing to be alerted to Ms Grant’s arrival at Catco, I miss the little Danvers sister moments, I miss when Kara was a strong independent woman who was just trying to find herself, I miss… i miss Supergirl. CBS Supergirl.
I’m going to go sob in my corner now, reminiscing about the old days.