OK, i was just putting together a couple of new stories of death and gore to put on the story page, and then i kept remembering more stuff that happened.
SO come on, I'm after loads of stories now. Especially...
More DL tales from my campaign
Pretenders dumb happenings
AD&D, Shadowrun and Rogue tales worth telling.
or even not worth telling, it's up to you.
Alright, I've put up a new page without any stories from anyone else.
have a read and give me some thoughts after that.
Had a read, they're cool, just trying to think of other stories...
I have a few tales of my first D&D character. The Dwarf druid, to piss off those AD&D purists, Kurzon Hammerhock. Legendary for his - 4 Charisma modifier
While meanderring through a dungeon we come to a huge hall with two gargoyles standing guard over a door. We've seen them yet they are not hostile. However I'm not happy with that so precede to treat them like Buckingham Palace guards by taunting them... The gargoyles were not meant to attack unless we tried to pass, however the insult of their mother's being rockeries was too much for them to ignore, thankfully we survived.
Later at a monastary where one of our party had learnt the monk trade, we had occasion to rescue the grand master from some evil. he proceeds to tell us that there is also evil afoot at Copperhead, my original mining town. My comments of him being "very wise" and "it was easy to see how he was in charge" in a sarcastic tone led to a variety of pressure points being pressed on me and the threat of apologise or die quickly made me have a bit more respect.
Oooh, we could tell of Tug's great use of the Fireball spell in a tavern full of innocent people... maybe later
Just read that page Jon on the website and it great. I know you were all here for this tale but I'd thought I'd mention it all the same:
Pretenders - Hearing of Eddie Catflap's (soul) escape from the clutches of Dr Pink, three underground Pretenders known as Aden, Barry and Luna hear that his soul has been deposited in the body of someone in a coma. Knowing this, they rush to the hospital in the dead of night to try and find him. Arriving armed with various handguns and blades at reception (and as well as it being midnight) the receptionist didn't want to tell us where he was. Aden read her thoughts...
"Boy, turning up in the dead of night demanding to know where a half-dead guy is? Thatís strange. They look armed..."
Aden turns round to the others and demands that they wait outside. Then he asks
"Is there a drinks machine round here?"
"Yep, round the corner on your left"
The opposite of where he wanted to go. So, we walks all the way round the hospital to the emergency ward where he finds the person who he is looking for. Without hesitation, Aden rushes over to the lifeless body, only living because of the machines wired to it, slipping off his ring of Sanctuary whilst approaching. But before he had chance to put it on the body containing Eddie's soul...a doctor steps up from behind and says
"Do you know what time visiting hours are?"
"Oh yes...but I heard what had happened and had to rush over immediately" Aden says gripping the hand of the body. The doctor looks at Aden and looks at the patient and looks back...suspecting something is wrong. Seeing the look of suspicion in the doctorís eyes, Aden looks down onto the person in the coma whilst the doctor asks...
"Are you related to the patient?"
Aden realises what is wrong. The patient is Asian in origin and Aden (apart from being red with pressure) is as white as a sheet. Thinking fast on his feet...he answers
"Yes...but I'm adopted!"
With the look of shock and perhaps disbelief on the doctorís face, Aden slips the ring on the patient's finger. Getting up, he says to the doctor
"'Iíll be back tomorrow to see him"
And he walks out, forgetting to walk the route he came to fool the receptionist, and waving goodbye to the receptionist as he walks out!