!AVAST!

daymond73:

Vampire the Masquerade, or Werewolf the Apocalypse?

V:tM without a doubt.  Werewolf is the worst game of the Classic World of Darkness.  

Sorry not sorry
Whatever.  It was worth the puns.

Those last three shots of bourbon knocked me into “unfortunately drunk.”

Because apparently looting dead monsters wasn’t enough for our rogue, nope.

yourplayersaidwhat:

Rogue: I try to eat the dead gibberling.

DM (me): You what!?

Rogue: Hey, I’m hungry, okay?

DM: Upon closer examination, the gibberling is missing patches of hair and looks diseased.

Rogue:  Sweet. I rip off its leg and eat it. 

DM: (sigh) Okay, you rip off the gibberling’s leg, cook it up—

Rogue: No, no, I just eat it.

DM: Ugh, fine. Roll fortitude.

Rogue: (fails fortitude save)

DM: You immediately start feeling queasy. You are sickened for the next 24 hours.

Rogue: Dude, what?

DM: You just ate a dirty, diseased gibberling. Raw. Just be glad I didn’t give you rabies or some weird deadly gibberling disease or something.

Rogue: (sarcastically) Thank you, oh wise and mighty DM, for only punishing my stupidity somewhat.

aznmaddy:

white people who literally just don’t get it: a memoir

WOW

aznmaddy:

white people who literally just don’t get it: a memoir

WOW

entanglingbriars:

makebreakfastcanon:

"Peeing on someone is not a sin in Catholicism. It might be in Judaism and Islam, I’d have to look it up." - entanglingbriars (Religious studies grad student at Yale)

This is the kind of quality religious studies knowledge I dispense.

While I’m not sure about the views of peeing on someone else in Buddhism, I know that drinking your urine for medicinal properties is not only allowed, but in some cases encouraged.  

double-d-deb:

Behold! The dice of awesomely awesomeness that will bring my character great fortune!

Mardi Gras dice!

double-d-deb:

Behold! The dice of awesomely awesomeness that will bring my character great fortune!

Mardi Gras dice!

sgttodd:

1978, I was 12 and it was what is now called 1st Ed.

1993 (I think?), I was 8, and I started with AD&D 2nd Ed.  

sgttodd:

1978, I was 12 and it was what is now called 1st Ed.

1993 (I think?), I was 8, and I started with AD&D 2nd Ed.  

anachronizomai:

epistemologicalfallacy:

nosdrinker:

oh my god

incredible

OMG IS HE FOR REAL

I’m still looking for proof that Richard Dawkins isn’t 12 years old.  

hellzhobbit:

We made our owner shoot his friend with his bow and arrow

hellzhobbit:

We made our owner shoot his friend with his bow and arrow