nerdgirlshavemorefun:

Wednesday Webcomic - The Order of the Stick

This week’s featured webcomic is The Order of the Stick by Rich Burlew.
What’s the Deal?: If you…

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nerdgirlshavemorefun:

Wednesday Webcomic - The Order of the Stick

This week’s featured webcomic is The Order of the Stick by Rich Burlew.

What’s the Deal?: If you…

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pumpkinappearifier:

DnD is a serious game.

(Source: biancohills, via fantasypictures)

drawaday:

So, I’ve been quickly drawing stuff for my D&D game.

(via fuckyeahdnd)

outofcontextdnd:

"How much Alchemist’s Fire do you need?"

"Three for the Arson, and one for the road."

-Our Alchemist to our Sorcerer.

scarelerei:

lokislovelylittlelair:

One of the greatest D&D stories I’ve ever read.

Cries a tear of remembrance.

scarelerei:

lokislovelylittlelair:

One of the greatest D&D stories I’ve ever read.

Cries a tear of remembrance.

(via forgeling)

"Is there enough room inside the iron maiden to touch myself?"

— (via corpsifiedandgross)

(Source: outofcontextdnd, via garrustargaryen)

Anonymous asked: Yeah no tell us more dnd adventure stories please

rabbitrecycle:

Alright kids, gather round and i’ll tell you of my very first hilarious D&D escapade.

So in the campaign I was playing a half orc barbarian named Bard (Dumb as rocks I tell you, poor fellow) and a Half elf mage named…to be honest I don’t remember her name because through the whole adventure everyone called her “Uber Squishy” due to the fact that her armour class was utterly pitiful.

Anywho, the party had just finished killing a bunch of zombies and the the next place we were headed was straight down a deep dark hole. Well, not a lot of us had dark-vision, and we didn’t have torches; so what was the next logical step? Light the zombie corpses on fire and toss them down the hole, duh. Once we had our meat bonfire cheerily ablaze below we all shimmied onto the ladder single file. the second we’re all on the DM stops us and says to roll for constitution. We were pretty confused, what was going on? The DM slowly explained that we had just lit rotting flesh on fire and that the noxious fumes from below was logically going to make us sick. I failed, on  both of my characters. Guess who was at the top? Me. So I threw up on my friends below. Some of my party below failed and they threw up in the people beneath them. Then because some people were being thrown up on, and that’s gross, and you know sometimes people sympathy puke, they had to roll for constitution as well. To say the least there was a puke conga line going on and it is by far still one of the funniest moments I have ever witnessed in a game.

iblamethedice:

I tried to change my relationship into “Married to Dungeons & Dragons" but Facebook didn’t believe me.
Rude.

iblamethedice:

I tried to change my relationship into “Married to Dungeons & Dragons" but Facebook didn’t believe me.

Rude.

(via kvallning)

  • DM: So, do you enter the tentacle?
  • Adam: Only in D&D would that sentence be in that order.
"Jeff catches the arrow midair, staring the archer in the eye the entire time."

— DM after one of players rolled a critical for a dodge. (via corpsifiedandgross)

(Source: outofcontextdnd, via garrustargaryen)

kvallning:

Things are getting sombre in the D&D tag.

kvallning:

Things are getting sombre in the D&D tag.

(via rygara)

outofcontextdnd:

DM: With the barrier gone, you just allowed an army of demons to enter the tower we’re inside. What do you do next?
Magus: Cry.

(via kvallning)

DM (to good wizard): You find a Horn of Goodness/Evil. Once a day, you can use it to cast Magic Circle Against Evil. It has no effect if used by a True Neutral character.
True Neutral fighter: What’s it do when I blow it then? *holds hands up to mouth to make horn-like sound* NoooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooo.
DM: *snorts drink out nose*