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    Ogre in the Playground
     
    ElfPirate

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    Default Re: Cooperative Worldbuilding - A Promised Necromancy

    Quote Originally Posted by noob View Post
    "This area is cleared move on to the next one."
    The last words of Ser Harland Mossland. He died like he lived: being instantly proven wrong.

    "Well analyzed! I do love scholars; they taste so much better. Not just a vampire, but the vampire; the strongest, the smartest, the one to beat. But you missed an element. It's a play on words, you see, a pun. Dhelar of Cairn Ty, literally 'The Hunger of the Crypt', can indeed be interpreted as 'the vampire' like you so astutely noted. But it can also be interpreted as a hunger for those of the crypt; a hunger for the undead. With that slant, my title becomes 'The one who consumes vampires'.

    Now tell me, little cousins. Why is it that you are here, in my castle, drinking my staff? Best make the explanation a good one. I am oh so very hungry."
    Last edited by PoeticallyPsyco; 2021-09-13 at 10:16 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by Darths & Droids
    When you combine the two most devious, sneaky, manipulative, underhanded, cunning, and diabolical forces in the known universe, the consequences can be world-shattering. Those forces are, of course, players and GMs.
    Quote Originally Posted by OgresAreCute View Post
    Realism, the natural predator of D&D mechanics.