How did you get into dnd? ...Also how do you play it? I tried to learn but the guy teaching me was bein a butt. "How do you NOT KNOW THIS" and stuff.
honestly I got super interested in DND actually by listening to The Adventure Zone
then the more i learned about DND, the more I realized this was. literally right up my alley. like. its literally playing a game while roleplaying a character with other people and their characters and we develop a story and see how it all unfolds and all that whimsical shit?
like its literally everything i’ve ever wanted LOL
i will say though, learning about everything there is to know about DND can take. hours. honestly the BEST way to learn how to play DnD is to show up to your sessions with an open mind, and a patient DM with a friendly group and honestly its just way easier to explain everything as you’re actually going through everything step by step
it took me a few sessions to get into the swing of things! but if you’re just That curious theres so many resources online you can look into that can go into depth and break it down for ya.
So the new Fantastic Beasts trailer that i finally watched reminded me of something that’s always fucking bothered me about the HP books. There seems to be very little consideration for logic or sense. Like, apparently all these Magical Creatures get loose because Newt Scamander has this suitcase that contains a magical zoo on the inside and shit and something leads to it breaking open and all the creatures escaping.
What the FUCK is the point of carrying around a zoo with you? WHY? Does it serve any purpose beyond being whimsical and magical and shit? Did he never think, “Hey maybe carrying around a suitcase full of dangerous and deadly creatures might not be the best idea”?
Human AU where Denmark volunteers at a hospital and meets Norway one day, Norway claims he's in the hospital for some small sickness and Denmark keeps visiting him every time he's there asking if he is feeling better until one day Denmark finally gains the courage to ask him out only to get to his hospital room and discover Norway had cancer and died early that morning, the Dane is heartbroken
My friend recently has been making fun of me because I don't swear. Like, it's really trivial and I shouldn't care. I just don't feel comfortable swearing. But it makes me feel bad when he calls me a pansy about it or whatever. He's always been kind of a douchebag, but just.
WHO GIVES A SINGLE WHIMSICAL SHIT IF YOU SWEAR OR NOT?
THE LANGUAGE YOU USE OR *DON’T* USE IS ENTIRELY YOUR OWN PERROGATIVE. IT’S PART OF YOUR OWN GODDAMN PERSONALITY, HOW YOU EXPRESS YOURSELF, AND NOBODY ELSE GETS TO TELL YOU WHAT WORDS YOU SHOULD OR SHOULD NOT BE USING.
HOLY PISS-SHITTING FUCK, THIS IS NOT A HARD CONCEPT!
YOU KNOW WHAT ***ISN’T*** OKAY? TRYING TO TELL OTHER PEOPLE HOW TO TALK!
NEXT TIME THIS ASSHOLE CALLS YOU A PANSY, TELL HIM THAT AT LEAST PANSIES HAVE CLASS AND THAT HE NEEDS TO STEP THE FUCK OFF.
to all the homies dealing with horrible anxious thoughts:
it doesnt matter what you tell yourself, what you feel randomly guilty for… how horrible you have convinced yourself you are…..
you deserve to be loved by your friends and family. you deserve to be respected. and you don’t deserve to be abandoned. especially not over the petty whimsical shit that you may have panic attacks over.
and unfortunately, some people may leave you behind that easily. they may brush you off. and if this happens a lot, you may become convinced that it is an inevitable consequence of your character. but the person you are, you have a lot of potential, and you may help people more than you realise. sure, all the petty bastards may decide youre not worth it, but you stood by them when they were at their worst. maybe you are good at reassuring people. maybe you are good at keeping your head in a bad situation. maybe you are good at creating content that puts a smile on someone’s face.
for as long as you care, and are willing to look out for others, you are worth forgiveness and trust. don’t let anyone make you feel like garbage.