[Context: a friend and I are playing a pair of identical twins in a Pathfinder game, with all the expected nonsense. Everyone in the party is a kineticist of varying elements. Twin #1 is water/ice, and Twin #2 is fire. We are currently being trained by a more experienced kineticist, who is throwing things at us.]
DM: Ok Kadara (Twin #1), that was a really good shot and she was impressed.
Kadena (Twin #2): I run over and high five him!
DM: All right, now she’s firing back. You see a wave of earth coming at you both. Roll reflex.
Twins: Oh shit! *both roll nat 20s* Hell yeah!
DM: …..Wow. You both make shields out of your elements (fire and water), and it’s so perfect you even manage to merge them together into a solid wall of steam. It’s amazing.
Twins: Yeah! Ok, we’re gonna go back to messing with each other now.
Kadara (Twin #1): I want to make ice to make my brother slip. *rolls nat 1*
Kadena (Twin #2): Ha! i’ll roll to dodge! *also rolls nat 1* CRAP.
DM: Kadena (Twin #2) you go flat on your ass, Kadara (Twin #1) you face plant. Good job, boys.
Moral of the story: the dice approve of twin shenanigans.
More art + some sort of small ficlet under the cut!
You had to hand it to the Pink Girl, sometimes she did have some good
ideas. Not that she realized it, of course, but what could you expect
from a mere child? She said whatever went through her mind and didn’t
think much, but to someone brilliant enough, that incessant blabbering
could give birth to some interesting ideas.