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Artistic Interpretation [Aug. 16th, 2010|09:39 am]
Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition


About two weeks ago, my local D&D group encountered a young white dragon, blocking their path through the mountain pass. Half the group managed to sneak past it - the dragon itself was awake and watching their progress, but for reasons unknown it was letting them pass.

There was not enough space to let the oxcart through, and the dragon was staring pointedly at the ox pulling the cart. Gunnvor Gaidasdottir, who was raised in a village where her family raised oxen for sale, was fiercely protective of the beast.

    Trekkiegirl: "I'm going to try to Intimidate it. Scare it away."
    Roommate: "Uh, it's a dragon, I don't think--"
    Trekkiegirl: "No, it'll be cool, I can swear at it in Draconic. I know Draconic."

"I roll Intimidate against a dragon"
Artwork by Trekkiegirl

It didn't work.

[User Picture]From: alliancesjr
2010-08-16 05:37 pm (UTC)
Nope. It attacked, almost killed them, but they managed to take it down.

It was extremely entertaining from my end of the table, though.
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