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adventuresandshopping:

gry-fabularne:

Caption/opis: #dandd #dungeonsanddragons #mymondays #mondaydandd #mondaynerdday #theseguys #nottheonlychick #wealldied #bitchesbejealous #budisincharge #threepointfive #mybabyisback #campaignfour #ithasbeenawhile #kitty #babychick #countrylife #sosweet #theytookovertheboard
Author/autor: lovliercircle
URL: http://gbp24.me/1jQMpb5

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:o
Too much interspecies gaming.

Reblogged from Adventures & Shopping
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inkedadventures:

Experimenting with printing tiles to magnetic paper. Conclusion: magnetic Inked Adventures tiles work great if you’re using an overturned fridge as a table. ;)

http://inkedadventures.tumblr.com
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outofcontextdnd:

"Even the carpets are obscene" ~Gary Gygax, from an AD&D module.

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mydnd:

Cantatio

Cantatio is the language of the angels. It is a universal language, understandable by any sentient mind if the ‘speaker’ wishes it so (who are allowed to hear the words as if they were spoken in their own languages).The angels shared their language with humans, and demons speak a version of it as well. It is described as beautiful, yet alien in nature, since it developed among beings with thought patterns very unlike those of humanity. To the mortal ear, cantatio sounds like a continuous song being hummed, sometimes with traces of what sounds like instruments (some hear chimes or vocal sounds as if a choir was singing). Mortals are unable to learn the language completely, they can learn to hear it and understand it (even if the ‘speaker’ does not wish it so) but they cannot replicate the sounds, thus mortals are unable to use Cantatio to make themselves understood.
Cantatio has no written form, instead, those who are able to speak it have left behind humming crystals that reproduce the words spoken to it.
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I was trying to figure out how Cantatio would sound and decided to download Audacity and a few voice samples from the internet and see what I could come up with. I am not sure if this is how I would imagine it, but its pretty close.
Its either this… or something similar to the wisp from warcraft 3

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Is it a free action to cry?

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8bitrevolver:

http://pretendwizards.tumblr.com/

D&D podcasting right now :D We have almost 100 subscribers now so we threw confetti in the air and danced around. This is the one day a week that I drink Mountain Dew, because its essential to drink it while playing D&D.

We just found this really nice review today, I want to frame it, it’s so nice ;-;

If anyone listens, let me know what you think! :)

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outofcontextdnd:

"You guys basically just created a low-class, french Howl’s Moving Castle."
- our DM upon doing exactly that

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brannndonlupu:

Gold mine

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dean-your-gay-is-showing:

I don’t think I’ve been this satisfied with how a DND adventure turned out in a while. This was quite possibly the best piece of interactive literature I’ve ever written in half an hour (and then improvised more than half of it).

Infinite mansions with rooms changing behind closed doors, gray-aligned characters, and moral and philosophical dilemmas are my favorite things.

Plus, I love a good vampire castle. Especially when the players have to question preconceived notions about inherent evil.

And when you have a sex-fiend Ardent who makes out with other characters to create a crazy emotional atmosphere in everyone’s head so they get ridiculously lost so that they can find the door in the cliff face - things are just fun.

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oldschoolfrp:

A giant rat tunnels from one column to the next across the page.  (Jean Wells, from the 4th and later printings of the AD&D Monster Manual, 1979-89, TSR.)

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