A Tribute to Robin WilliamsMore Like This
A Tribute to Robin Williams
Robin Williams Tributeby EmilyStepp
The World According to Garp 1982
Moscow on the Hudson 1984
Who Was Dr. Steel?Instead of my usual depressing commentary on historical patterns and the decline of civilization, tonight I've got the heartfelt urge to say...More Like This
...someday I reeeaaaally want to know who Dr. P. W. Steel was, and I want to shake his hand.
Like, what did his teachers call him during roll call in grade school? What did his hair look like during photo day? What did his teachers tell his parents during conferences? How was he able to go so long "in character"? Does he know how inspiring and clever his PSAs and his unbuyable faux Colorforms merchandise still are?
RPG Scenarios I Would Love to SeeOne annoying aspect to D&D is that after a while, the players figure out that their own deaths are a temporary nuisance and the most powerful monsters in existence are merely treasure chests with leathery wings. I'd like to see more adventure scenarios where it's not death that makes the players sweat nervously.More Like This
1. All Bags of Holding everywhere suddenly expel their contents onto the ground without warning. The characters, who have collected a lot of gear in the past several sessions, suddenly become highly motivated to get to the bottom of the mystery behind why all Bags of Holding are henceforth ordinary sacks. Also, let's see who's been paying attention to encumbrance rules, not to mention the sudden brisk sales in buying horses, mules, carts, wagons, etc.
2. After sailing to a new region, the party discovers after their first couple of encounters with monsters that while clerics and wizards still live in the region's villages, none of the region's religions create or sell items
Does an Alumni Lich Donate to Its Old College?I wonder if in Dungeons and Dragons (and similar fantasy settings) if schools of magic ever have the RL problem of our era?More Like This
Namely, do 2nd Level wizards and powerful undead spellcasters receive scrolls sent via a messenger bird from their former institutions of wizardry, asking them to donate 100 gold pieces? Can't afford it this year? How about donating 100 silver pieces? How about our early-riser-from-the-grave special membership category of only 100 copper pieces? Won't you support your alma mater by giving back to the time-honored institution which gave you the bright future you will always cherish?
Remember! Each gift, regardless of size, has an impact on meeting the needs for the future of the next generation of spellcasters in your realm through scholarships and the renovation of our new mage's tower! Please indicate your level of support below.
1. 100 gold pieces for our Honored Alumnus membership
2. 100 silver pieces for our Greater Alumnus membership
3. 100 copper pieces for