Relax. You’ll do fine.
today my nephew (who’s recently decided that he’s a wizard) came round and showed me his book of spells (a folded a4 piece of paper) - i looked at it expecting to see spells to turn people into frogs and to make you fly etc but the only thing he’d written was a spell to make people smile
and i think he must be a wizard because i smiled pretty big
a diagram of the professional, intricate process of how i write
have you ever noticed this?
Is this real :o
This one was the coolest Arbok pattern.
The Pokedex confirms that the patterns on an Arbok vary by region!
I respect your opinion, even if it’s incorrect.
I’m sorry. I can’t hear you
over the dragon slayer.
how fun would it be to say you’re a professional puppeteer?
like, someone pays me to play with puppets all day. Wheeeeee.
This generator creates small pieces of loot that might be found in a person’s pockets or bags. It is intended for medieval fantasy genres therefore does not contain modern items or technology and may contain magic items.
Guidelines for submitting outcomes to this generator:
- You can submit an item itself or a general quality for items.
- As mentioned above, the item should be small enough that it can fit in pockets or in a bag.
- Item qualities won’t always make sense for every single item, but make sure they are general or broad enough to apply to most things. For example, “Painted an unusual color” is less versatile than simply stating the item is “Unusually Colored”, as there are plenty of items that ought not be painted at all such as foodstuffs.
- Also mentioned above, since this is for D&Dish settings, no modern technology.
- You’re absolutely welcome to get more specific with some of the items. The descriptions of them should still remain brief and allow room for interpretation. For example, “Love Letter” is already an item on the list, but “A love letter from a lowly farmer to their highborn sweetheart” or ”A love letter in which the writer describes what they miss most about their lover in the most raunchy way possible” would also be welcomed.