I ride that fine line between loving the character I’ve made and wanting them to die so I can make more
By - TheFirstPancake101
"Yes my current character makes perfect sense for the party, fills a niche in combat we otherwise wouldn't have, and has the lore background that's key to the plot, but I also want to play this Grung Bard I came up with who's actually a human noble that was turned into a frog by a witch and uses his new found abilities to rob rival noble houses for sport"
He plays the bagpipes but instead of using a bag he just sticks five pipes in his mouth and inflates his throat as the bag.
You had my curiosity, now you have my attention...
And my sAXophone.
You son of a bitch, I’m in!
The horny toad jokes practically write themselves, I love it.
Wait a minute... princess and the frog?
I like the potential for the rest of the party trying to be better people to honor the memory of your paladin. They also have the potential to go "the police is gone whoop whoop gotta burn some carts and farms" of course.
Edit: fixed so many typos
My current party is using a similar situation as an excuse to become even more murderhoboesque.
steve jobs and li
"who's steve jobs?"
Where is this from
Losing the moral compass can actually be the catalyst for change, which is how two of my favourite campaigns turned from chaotic evil to neutral/good-ish.
It's so sad the Paladin failed his save against Ligma.
Who the hell is Steve Jobs?
Gotta get to level 3 for that immunity to diseases