Tuesday, 2 June 2015

It’s a very entertaining scene

The party respectfully relieved the slain cultists of their earthly possessions before moving on down to Womford.

When investigating the village, they came across villagers who wanted to be left alone, a number of ruffians, and a jolly sea captain who had some interesting books to sell. Later that night, Kyla entertained the people from the ships which gave the other party members time to search one of the keelboats for clues. It seemed very likely that at least one of the boats was water cult-related.

After all the sailors having gone to bed drunk, an attack was made. The crew summarily slaughtered, the party tried to interrogate the captain ... by promising that Aial would do very bad things to him indeed. Then they stole the boat and headed upriver, horses and all.

Courtesy of Tuesday 26 May 2015's 5th Edition Dugeons & Dragons roleplaying session at Chimera.

Dungeons & Dragons

“Stop with the logic, it’s getting in the way of the funny.”

“Quality of journalism? Journalism hasn’t had quality for the past 40 years.”

“Wolverangs – wolves you throw and come back to you.”

“These items belong to these people, they should be buried with them.”
“No, we’re looting.”

“It’s not stealing if we need it more than they do, and they’re dead, so …”

“Lawful Good does not mean Lawful Nice.”

“I know what I’m doing when I get home.”
“Getting diabetes?”

“May the gods have mercy on their souls.”
“No, that’s going a bit far.”

“The guys will find this interesting because they are sad.”

Player: “It could be a giant bat.”
GM: “Or it could be a red herring.”

“You just gave up a ring worth 250 gold?!”
“Don’t worry, we’ll get it back later.”

“I said it in Swedish and you didn’t respond!”
“I DON’T SPEAK SWEDISH! She does!”

“What’s ‘lantern’ in Swedish?”
“Lykta.”
“Bless you.”

“Can I burn the boat now?”

“I’m just checking the limitations of a spell.”
“Does it burn?”
“No.”
“Then it’s a limitation.”

“Other bandits might get in on the fighting. What do we do?”
“Gain a level?”

“Something’s about to go wrong – my plan worked.”

“He doesn’t need to play the rogue to assume the role.”

“Coming from a family with many siblings, licking your cookie to prevent it from being eaten doesn’t work.”

“Shotgun through the balls. It’s a very entertaining scene.”

Lo-Kag (to NPC): “I will leave you in this room with my friend.”
Aial (whining): “Aww, but it took me ages to get the stain out the last time.”

“I’ve never tried doing an autopsy from the inside out.”

“It’s not that I’m evil …”
“It’s just that you’re evil.”

Next time, the party gets to gain a level ... supposedly ...

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