the prince of thieves

100 Player Challenges...
  1. Talk your way out of a bargain with a Fiend.
  2. Become leader of a thieves’ guild. 
  3. Negotiate peace between a town and a lizardfolk tribe. 
  4. Recover a stolen museum display, then steal it later for yourself. 
  5. Track down the kenku spymaster of the thieves’ guild. 
  6. Investigate a connection between city guards and a forgotten, nameless cult.
  7. Convince a lich to make a powerful magic item for you.
  8. Break into a noble’s heavily guarded mansion, just because you can. 
  9. Fly to a distant land and back again on the back of a roc.
  10. Forge an army of pixies, gnomes and halflings to attack the larger races. 
  11. Take a half-orc barbarian to the royal opera. 
  12. Join a rebellion you don’t care about for the sake of someone you love.
  13. Convince a group of fire elementals to take a trip to the elemental plane of water.
  14. Bring together lovers separated by their families.
  15. Explain to a mummy why you have a right to enter its tomb…
  16. Fake the assassination of a monarch you despise.
  17. Attend a ball in disguise without the use of magic.
  18. Distract the city watch so a gang fight can occur nearby…
  19. Convince a horde of goblins that you are Maglubiyet in mortal form…
  20. Smuggle a bored prince or princess out of the country. 
  21. Spy on and participate in a secret druid ritual.
  22. Pass a message to an inmate in a secure prison.
  23. Retrieve an artifact from the belly of a purple worm. 
  24. Lead a group of drow to the surface so they can raid. 
  25. Prevent a tyrant from coming to power. 
  26. Place a simple commoner on the throne. 
  27. Convince a wizard that his or her magic has stopped working. 
  28. Track down a mortally wounded ranger’s dead animal companion to bury with them.
  29. Peacefully get a wing of gargoyles to leave a castle. 
  30. Infiltrate and expose a were-rat den that the city guards don’t believe exists. 
  31. Tame Thunderhoof, prince of the centaurs.
  32. Start a thieves’ guild to compete with an existing one.
  33. Wrangle a panicking owlbear out of a crowded city.
  34. Reunite a half-orc with the parent who didn’t raise them.
  35. Convince dwarf miners to unearth an ancient creature of devastation.
  36. Kill a sorcerer before they can cast a single spell. 
  37. Ambush the tax shipment of an evil empire. 
  38. Convert a cleric to a different faith and domain.
  39. Break a popular rebel out of prison. 
  40. Find the answer to a question said to be impossible to discern.
  41. Make a false claim to the imperial throne. 
  42. Convince rival gangs to join together to form a larger thieves’ guild. 
  43. Convince a slaver to free a valuable captive. 
  44. Free a condemned prisoner from the gallows, in the midst of a mass hanging.
  45. Capture a tyrannosaurus for a wealthy city zoo. 
  46. Bring a militant druid into the largest city. 
  47. Perpetrate a con on a devil, raksasha, or yugoloth. 
  48. Defeat an elf in an archery contest by cheating.
  49. Reveal the doppelganger hiding in the city senate. 
  50. Ride a wild and untamed chromatic dragon into the center of the continent’s largest city.
  51. Escape a deserted island. 
  52. Jump from an airship in mid-flight, with no way of a safe landing…
  53. Convince a paladin to keep an illegal or immoral secret. 
  54. Stop a group of city leaders from opening a portal to the Far Realm. 
  55. Purchase a cloud giant’s flying castle without gold, gems, or magic items. 
  56. Become the leader of an assassins’ guild by assassinating the lead assassin.
  57. Befriend a tarrasque.
  58. Convince a red dragon to give up a piece of its hoard.
  59. Learn the location of a lost vault from a greedy ghost. 
  60. Deliver a love letter from a surface dweller to a drow in a subterranean city. 
  61. Compel a reluctant cleric to return a lost friend to life.
  62. Sing an insulting song about the king to his face—and live to tell about it.
  63. Raise funds from a gold dragon to start a thieves’ guild. 
  64. Break into the royal bedroom of the queen or princess, and plant a letter, offering her a job at a local brothel.
  65. Convince a dragon turtle that the water it swims in is poisonous.
  66. Uncover who is sending death threats to a hated public official. 
  67. Bargain for passage through a dragon’s domain.
  68. Kidnap a wizard’s familiar and hold it for ransom. 
  69. Take a mistakenly teleported merfolk back to a distant ocean in less than a day. 
  70. Convince a barbarian that they are really a sorcerer who can cast powerful spells.
  71. Insult an entire army of orcs…
  72. Stop a vigilante from killing thieves’ guild members. 
  73. “Borrow” a hag’s eye from a coven of hags. 
  74. Expose the beloved mayor as an evil cultist slowly poisoning the populace. 
  75. Compel a planetar and a pit fiend to work together against a legion of demons.
  76. Join a temple of faith, in order to spy on another temple. 
  77. Track the source of a crime spree back to an archfey.
  78. Put a weak and dying wizard on the throne of a barbarian kingdom and keep them there. 
  79. Join an order of wizards, without being able to cast spells. 
  80. Disguise a wealthy merchant as a beggar, to let them watch customers in the market.
  81. Convince deep gnomes, drow, and duergar to co-operate in opening the lost Vault Beneath the Mountain. 
  82. Infiltrate a drow city to assassinate a svirfneblin traitor. 
  83. “Accidentally” cause the death of a world-renowned mage.
  84. Forge a strike force of half-elves who report directly to you, their new king.
  85. Convince a treant to leave the forest it has occupied for centuries. 
  86. Destroy a thieves’ guild. 
  87. Win a fighting tournament using a weapon you’re not proficient with.
  88. Assassinate an imprisoned assassin. Make it look like it’s not a murder.
  89. Hug, kiss and then kill a well-loved noble.
  90. Hunt down a thief and bring him to a wizards’ guild for justice. 
  91. Steal the sacred scrolls of a clan of ninjas. 
  92. Smuggle a vampire into a city in broad daylight, without using stealth or magic.
  93. Use your soul as a bargaining chip in a deal with a devil.
  94. Broker a peace agreement between dwarves and orcs, then immediately break that agreement.
  95. Explore the burial city of the elvish royals.
  96. Convince a githyanki and a githzerai that they are destined to be married.
  97. Back out of a bargain with a powerful crime syndicate—and survive. 
  98. Bring a choir of harpies to sing at a bards’ college. 
  99. Persuade a red dragon to become a dracolich. 
  100. Convince a devil to break its own contract. 

(in an effort to better understand his new human enemies, Lotor has been watching pop media transmissions from Earth. Unfortunately, they’re more than a little out of date and kind of jumbled up)

Lotor: Gah! So Paladinus Azulus, you’re like totally bumming my house up and bringing me down. So very uncool. Why can’t you let birds and bees be free, bro?

Lance: Listen, Lotor. You have no idea what you’re playing with. It’ll bring more than your house down.

Lotor: Look, bro. I see that you are a tough cowboy…a man with taste…style…vision…a connoisseur of finer things. Like me. Look, I’m sure two cats in a bag like us can work something out, yeah? We smoove, yeah? Look…see the Quintessence? You like the Quintessence? You can take all you want. I can-.

Lance: No deal! You and the rest of the Galra Empire have to be stopped! We’re going to use Voltron and-.

Lotor: What is this with Volts, bro?! Have you no vision? Are you hearing what I beam to you? You think you have juice? Don’t show me a little mind when talking about such BIG things. You think you can swing the bat? Show your bling and let me shine you!

Lance: I have no idea what you’re saying…and your cape sucks.

Lotor: AUGH! Let’s dance!

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Alan Rickman as Harry “Love Actually”, Alex Hughes “Snow Cake”, Franz Anton Mesmer “Mesmer”, Colonel Brandon “Sense and Sensibility”, Sheriff of Nottingham “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves”, The Interrogator “Closet Land”, P.L. O'Hara “An Awfully Big Adventure”, David Weinberg “Dark Harbor”, Judge Turpin “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street”
 

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves  {Sentence Starters}

  • “Any great ideas?“
  • “I’d rather roast in hell.“
  • “Come on, get out of it.“
  • “This is English courage.“
  • “You truly are a great one.“
  • “I would have succeeded…“
  • “Without me, you’re nothing.“
  • “ I fear I place you in danger.“
  • “There’s a price on your head.“
  • “Is there no sun in this cursed country?“
  • “Will you keep the noise down, please?”
  • “You’ll understand, of course, I had to try.”
  • “I’m gonna cut your heart out with a spoon!“
  • “My purpose in coming was not to hurt you.”
  • “You wish to end this? You wish to go home?”
  • “Come on, damn you! There are only three of them!“
  • “I’ve seen enough blood spilled to last two lifetimes.”
  • “I, for one, would rather die than spend my life in hiding.”
  • “The hospitality of this country is as warm as the weather.“
  • “There are no perfect men in this world. Only perfect intentions.”
  • “Come, my friend! Make his sacrifice an act of honor! Come now.“
  • “I’ll not rest until my father is avenged. I swear it by my own blood.“
  • “But what I want to know is, are you gonna finish what you started?“
  • “My lady, a woman of your beauty has no need for such… decorations.“
  • “Either we take our chances with the ghosts or become ghosts ourselves.“
  • “You have saved my life… Now, I will stay with you until I have saved yours.”
  • “Would you be so kind as to give me your name before I have you run through?“
  • “Men speak conveniently of love when it serves their purpose. And when it doesn’t, it’s a burden to them.“
  • “I will make you no promises, save one: that when you truly believe in your hearts that you’re free, then I say we can win!”