#gaming time! #DnD #Tabletop
I meant to answer this earlier this week. Sorry for taking so long.
The only real roleplaying blog I follow is mydnd, and its more of a reblog blog than anything.
realgirlsgaming is also a reblog blog, focusing on women, but more all purpose gaming and less RPG focused.
Thats it off the top of my head. I would suggest checking out the tags area and looking for people you want to follow. I will tag this post for the tags you should keep an eye on.
Oooh crystal pony!!! Who does Rainbow Dash represent?
The human rogue. :-)
I know being an extrovert makes Dungeon Mastering a little bit easier.
Im curious about people who are introverts who DM and how it interacts? Has DMing helped increase your interaction personally? Was it difficult to DM at first? Is it still? Can you only DM for people you already know?
Tell me about it.
Something all halflings can relate to.
I once had a halfling Paladin who rode a celestial mastiff, it’s name was Speckles and together those two bravely charged down an ancient black dragon. It was awesome, riding dogs are the shit yo.
I wanted to put my Hand-Dragon Monk into the Kensai class which requires the Ride skill. Monks generally dont need to have a mount, but the DM was all like “by the book” so I needed the ride skill.
I payed money from Character Creation on an enchanted item that had the Enlarge Animal spell on it, with a permanent effect. This was the assigned to a Riding Dog that went from Medium to Large size. He was a Golden Retriever and his name was Orion.
Before we went into a cave I had Orion wait outside for us. I think from the use of Magic portals and such I ended up somewhere else and didnt return to the spot until several days later. Orion had vanished. While there were no signs of a struggle he was nowhere to be found.
The DM was still kinda new and had that DM vs Players mentality. But still. It pissed me off.
The Ring of Protection, right?
What if there was a ring that gave you +40 to your AC but you could wear no other clothing with it?
Dungeons, Dragons, & Philosophy
I made a mini documentary for my final philosophy project! :D
Y’all should tell me what you think of it!
Not sure what your rubric was, but I liked it. It’s a decent enough introduction to D&D. What system do you use? 3.5?
"The D&D alignment system has been the same since conception up through 4th edition."
In the earliest days of D&D there were only Law, Chaos, and Neutral.
Alignment has caused more arguments through the years than anything else in the history of D&D.
Things tend to be more like baby-sitting than benevolent destruction.
I’ve never gotten the notion of ‘the DM is the players’ enemy’. Most players seal their own doom with terrible decisions, anyway. But I love more to see them win. I’d rather have them come out victorious out of all the shit I throw at them.