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I may or may not have been in a story similar to this…
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These fishlike beings of the Underdark and the deeps inspire terror with their alien appearance and psyche. The cold, unblinking stare of their bulbous eyes and the horrific reek of decayed sea life that always hovers around them bring a chill to the spine of the most stalwart warrior. What goes on inside the inhuman minds of these cold-blooded creatures defies contemplation, and what ancient horrors they consort with in the deepest chasms of the world are better left unknown.
In a monstrous campaign, I once played a Kuo-Toa monk that left his cavern to break free from the insanity that plagued his race. Vorrip was one of the funnest characters I have played. It was neat to really role play his alien nature.
The Kuo-Toa appears in the latest version of the D&D Monster Manual:
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Tabletop Games > Going out on a Saturday Night.
See, my theory is just to play tabletop games with my significant other.
The dice inspector. The cat belongs to Laddie and Mandy.
This is how we roll.
Twilight: Derpy, if you place your muffin on the game board I will make it into a monster your character has to fight.
Derpy: My muffin will turn into a monster!? Nuuuuuuuuu! D:
Silly little sketch by me, Drawponies :D
|—||DM (via outofcontextdnd)|
Player: “I go along with it.”
DM: “Make a Constitution check.”
Player: “Nat 1.”
DM: “…roll a d100”
Player: “Nat 100.”
DM: “The Ninja is now a baby daddy.
Player: What is the AC of the fabric of reality?
DM: You don’t want to know.
Player: *rolls* Does a 28 hit?
DM: You succeed in breaking the fabric of reality.