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Dice Can Hear You Cry

A lesson learned from encountering many nat. 1’s in our ventures into Pathfinder and Call of Cthulhu. Another lesson learned, never roll for cartwheel, but that’s another story. Proceed with caution; and of course only after praying for mercy from the dice gods.
asmartkid:

I want these so badly it hurts.
Thorn Dice Set

asmartkid:

I want these so badly it hurts.

Thorn Dice Set

I’ll leave around 5:45 and pick up the wizard in my iron chariot.

No time to explain

outofcontextdnd:

DM: You appear in the entrance to an office, and there is a secretary sitting behind a desk. 

Secretary: Hello, what do you need?

Summoner: Quickly, there’s no time to explain! I need three greased up dwarves, a sack of potatos, and a trebuchet!

Is making out a standard action?
Ranger, having been reunited with his boyfriend mid-battle (via outofcontextdnd)
Did you just snark the king?
A tiefling who really couldn’t care less (via outofcontextdnd)

outofcontextdnd:

"If it had been an undead cave lizard, I’d have been able to help you out.  Sadly, it’s just alive."

corruptionpoints:

winterwombat:

corruptionpoints:

My brain obviously doesn’t understand that GMs aren’t allowed to have writer’s block. 

My solution to GM writer’s block is to start the game anyways and hopefully figure it out on the fly. It always works for me, except when it doesn’t.

I genuinely think that a history of my style as a GM could be titled “It always works, except when it doesn’t.”

Are the children a barrier?
a dead bird about to ride a bicycle into a crowd of children (via outofcontextdnd)

syringesin:

AFTER EACH ENTRY ON THIS LIST, ADD “IN BED” OR “WITHOUT UNDERPANTS.” THEN YOU’LL HAVE A CHALLENGE.

ajad223:

I recently got into playing Numenera, my first Tabletop RPG. I really like the unusual dice shapes and decided to make a seamless pattern.

ajad223:

I recently got into playing Numenera, my first Tabletop RPG. I really like the unusual dice shapes and decided to make a seamless pattern.