-Meet the Robinsons
-Lady and the Tramp
-Big Hero 6
-Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
-The Emperor’s New Groove
-Whisper of the Heart
-Kiki’s Delivery Service
-Howl’s Moving Castle
-From Up on Poppy Hill
Okay we know Peridot isnt getting a weapon because she has elemental powers like Lapis and that would make her too OP. BUT if she did, she should have a pickaxe!! My reason being is because her original job was to “Harvest” gem soldiers. Jewel Digger! On the flip side, putting Peridot to work is always a sexy plus.
“Here’s a compilation of my racebent series with all of our major Disney ladies. :D It’s been so fun creating these, and I’ve been both shocked and beyond thrilled with the overwhelming support I’ve received for this series! :) Thank you all so much for the wonderful messages and the continued enthusiasm. <3<3<3”
Aurora (Jamaican) Megara (Egyptian) Belle (Arab) Jasmine (African/Luo) Elsa (Inuit) Anna (Inuit) Eilonwy (African/Fula) Kida (Maori) Esmerelda (Moroccan) Tiana (Chinese) Ariel (Indian) Cinderella (Japanese) Jane (Korean) Snow White (Spanish) Pocahontas (Pacific Islander) Mulan (Native American) Rapunzel (Mexican) Merida (Brazilian)
THE MAGIC OF DISNEY — a playlist. This playlist features some of Disney’s most beautiful pieces throughout the decades and serves the purpose of reliving our childhoods (and yes, I have included one song from Tangled). I’ve tried my best to choose the most iconic songs (both instrumental and lyrical, specifically the princesses) so I do hope you all enjoy it as much as I do!
Tracklist: So This Is Love (Cinderella), Tale As Old As Time (Beauty and the Beast), Overture (Snow White and the Seven Dwarves), Short Hair (Mulan), Farewell (Pocahontas), Under The Stars (The Lion King), The Second Star To The Right (Peter Pan), Once Upon A Dream (Sleeping Beauty), Main Titles (The Little Mermaid), Nemo Egg (Main Title) (Finding Nemo), A Whole New World (Aladdin), Waiting For The Lights (Tangled).
Context: I made a character for one-shots with “dwarven naming conventions” which to me means an adjective as the first name (like Snow White and the Seven Dwarves), and the last name Nounverber (of the Noun family in the Verber clan). To make it more confusing for other players, she is a human who was raised by dwarves.
Fighter: I start drinking from my flask.
DM (super intelligent orc we are trying not to piss off): You think you are capable of fighting this beast I cannot get rid of when he (pointing to fighter) is doing that while we are talking?
Me(Tacky NounVerber): I’m sorry. I’m sure we look like a bunch of bubbling assholes to you. He (the wizard) is odd, she (the druid) is really weird, I confuse everyone I meet, and he(fighter) has a drinking problem. I was raised by dwarves, that is saying something! He’s almost as bad as my great uncle Drunky
DM is describing smell of putrid gas I managed not to inhale.
Me: Ugh, that is worse than Great Uncle Drunky’s last bender"
DM: Do you really call him Uncle Drunky?
Me (OOC): That is his actual name. All the people in my clan are named like that. —–
I forget what caused it, but later on in the session in an OOC chat we figured that Gruncle Drunky was a cleric as well.
A while back, I decided to look up Klein to figure out what his deal was with the multiple personality thing he’s got going on. It’s pretty clever actually. Klein is the German word for “small” and his last name, Sieben, is German for “seven”.