All manner of scifi/fantasy/nerdness: Roleplaying, comic books, .... okay, so mainly just RPGs & comic books. And Dr. Who. And Firefly. And comic books. And role-playing games. And Community. And Buffy the Vampire Slayer. And comic books. And RPGs. And Avengers. And RPGS. And whatever else amuses me today...
Before we begin for those of you who do not know what Dungeons and Dragons is, let me tell the basic idea: Its like playing imagination as a kid however there a few rules, that you will never remember except that one guy who knows them by heart will remind you, and you use cool die to determine if what you decided to do will actually do anything.
I haven’t played a lot of table top games and that’s something I’m trying to remedy myself but that’s another story. We are here as to why we play games like D&D or Pathfinder or what ever suites your fancy (or pocket book).
I am a very ill person. Simple as that. My doctors and I aren’t too sure what’s wrong with me. One says it’s my body another says it’s my brain. Who to believe, or a better question: Who to pay more to invest in a “solution”? It’s expensive and it’s tiring, I don’t know how much more I really want to deal with it but there are days sometimes worse than others and on those days, I wouldn’t wish the pain on anyone. The days where I can’t move or motivate myself to grin and bear it, where my loved ones can do nothing but wait until this day passes. Where the term “useless” needs a new definition because that is still more than
*Wizard rolls natural 20 on a spell*
DM: As well as casting the spell your wand flies out of you hand and sticks in the goblin’s eye. You do an extra d6 damage.
Wizard: (on his next turn) I grab hold of the wand, can I pull it out?
DM: Roll strength.
*Rolls a 2*
Wizard: Okay, I cast my spell directly into the goblin’s skull.
*Rolls natural 20*
you can’t ALL play lawful evil rogues
That’s why some of them play chaotic evil rogues, to seem like “revolutionaries.”
Sean told me to read order if the stick and I can’t stop, which is why I hate him. It’s the end if the semester I have so much work that I want to cry but I just spend three hours reading more than 200 strips of order of the stick and I’ll likely go back and be unable to tear myself away until in caught up. But there’s like 900 of them…
So let me see if I understand the situation. You find yourself aloft, flying through the air on your handy dandy Air Ship (or is it an enchanted Ship that flys on its own, no Giant Balloon?)
While traveling via this Modern (or Magic) Marval of Transportation you find yourself being encountered by not 1- but 4 Adult Black Dragons, all of which are within 160 Feet (give or take) from the ship.
My Questions- before I answer your question are as follow.
- What level is this group?
- Do you have access to a Wizard?
- Is this an Air Ship or Magic Ship?
(As asked above)
- Do you have any idea what attracted the Dragons to your location to begin with?
If you’ve got a wizard, I’m guessing the best options is to cast an Illusion and make yourself look like another Black Dragon.
Then hope they fail their disbelief tests… >.>