relationship status: incredibly aromantic favorite color: red and teal pets: my beautiful wonderful cat Luka last song I listened to: Buzzcut Season by Lorde favorite tv show: of all time probably Fringe first fandom: harry potter then now and forever hobbies: tumblr.com tbh and making gifsets for tumblr.com and listening to music while crying on tumblr.com…. and reading i read a LOT favorite book: Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman & Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte worst thing you’ve ever eaten/tasted: uhmmm i really hate olives ? favorite place: Copenhagen, Denmark.
I met a group of pathfinder players online. 30-40 people who have multiple characters of various levels all with in the same region of an established setting. The leader of said region was an extremely powerful spell caster named Sorbein Spellsear. I made a human oracle who’s abilities were built around being his bastard child, Watson Spellsear. I would disguise myself as this leader and lord over the smaller villages on the fringes of his province.
Two Guards run up to me as I’m giving a speech to peasants: “Sir, their is a criminal in the city. What course of action should we take.”
Me: “You should get all the guards together and go to the shady side of town to find him.” *fails bluff check*
Two Guards: “Take off the hood. Prove that you are our Magister.” *the guards draw their swords*
Me: “I’m really bad at hearing, did you say to take off the robe?” *i grab the front of my disguise and pull tearing all of my clothes off in one fluid action. Before the guards have time to act I run through the market, dumping grease all over my self*
Party Wizard(OOC): The enchanted equipment shop I just got kicked out of is in the market right?
DM: You see a streak of white through the market. As you look down the road at what ran past you, you spot a spry human slipping out of the grasp of guards.
Me: “With this amount of lube I can never be caught!”
I was caught and our first session turned into a court case which ended in me being fined. Watson goes down in the books as the man who in one day was charged with impersonating the Magister, resisting arrest, public nudity, and sexually harassing the guards.
Because what’s scarier than taking an angry flying sea serpent and making it stronger? Adding a touch of the dark side. That’s right, this Sith Lord features all the red fringe one would expect from a Pokemon that’s found it’s calling, embracing the unbridled power of the force.
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