(same group as this post)
In a Dragon Age campaign based during the first blight, we had been in a very large city for quite a while. The Blight caught up with us, and the dark spawn began to assault the city. We met the force head on in the outer sector of the city, only to come face to face with a horde of Hurlocks and the Archdemon itself.
Me, the Qunari Barbarian: (surveying the map our DM had drawn out) Ok, we cant win this - but if we run now we’ll die anyways. We need a diversion. How about this cow?
Our DM had drawn a small enclosure with a cow inside it.
Human Barbarian: What if you throw the cow.
Me: I attempt to pick up the cow and throw it at the Archdemon.
Me: (Rolls nat 20)
DM: … You somehow lift the cow above your head, and throw it directly at the Archdemon… 80ft away from you.
Necromancer: I CAST SUPERIOR WALKING BOMB ON THE COW.
Everyone pauses to stare at our mage. After a quick check, the spell has a 120ft range. The spell succeeds.
Our DM begins to roll a saving throw for the Archdemon.
DM: (Rolls nat 1)
DM: … Roll for damage.
Necromancer: (Rolls crit, max damage)
DM: (Holding face in hands) The cow explodes, and transfers the spell onto the Archdemon and the nearby Hurlocks, who also explode. The explosions continue and damage the Archdemon until the entire group you were facing are dead, and the Archdemon is a pile of steaming goo.
DM: This was the main battle I planned for this session.
DM: I hate you all.
DM: I am never drawing a cow on the map again.