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How To, Wiki, and How: wiki How How to convince people that you have an interesting personality
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How to convince people that you have an interesting personality

How to convince people that you have an interesting personality

Hedgehog, Epic, and Felix: Convince Felix That Adopting a Hedgehog is EPIC
Hedgehog, Epic, and Felix: Convince Felix That Adopting a Hedgehog is EPIC

Convince Felix That Adopting a Hedgehog is EPIC

Alive, Final Boss, and Head: So recently the players in my campaign when exploring into a sewer network, where lately people have been disappearing. Their goal to find and save a local Priestess down there who can get a curse off an NPC member of the party. The players explore the sewers and happen upon a nest of 4 Wererats. DM (Me): "Ok, you happen upon a nest of wererats (rolls several dice), none of them have noticed you yet. What do you do?" Eldritch Knight (immediately): "I cast Disguise Self. I make myself look like a humanoid rat creature and put a crown on my head. I walk up to them." am immediately concerned. Eldritch Knight: "I call out to them and proclaim that I am their king. I'd like to roll to persuade them to follow me so that we can invade the surface world." DM: "Make a Deception Check." Eldritch Knight rolls a 19 Iroll Insight checks for all four rats with advantage due to their keen smell. None of them roll above 10. DM: "The rats regard you as a leader figure. You've gained 4 followers." The party then proceeds through the dungeon trying to find the kidnapped citizens while fighting denizens of the dark. I am secretly panicking as the rats are immune to all non-magical damage. Nothing in the dungeon can harm them... including the Boss. The party quickly figures this out. I proceed to shoehorn in a Shambling Mound as I have an idea DM: "You happen upon a Shambling Mound. Roll Initiative." Eldritch Knight: "My rats attack as a swarm." I proceed to have all the rats engulfed by the mound hoping to suffocate all of them and kill them before the final boss Eldritch Knight: "I run towards the Mound and try a pull my rats out by hand." DM: "Make a Strength Saving Throw against the mound's engulf. If you succeed, make a Strength Check on all four rats." The entire party stacks Help action after Help action to aid the Knight. Three rats escape while one dies inside the mound before it perishes However, the Eldritch Knight's Disguise Self spell wears off. DM: "Your magical disguise has weaned. The Wererats look to you in shock and awe." Eldritch Knight: "I run over to the dead rat and mourn him. I cry to try and convince the other rats that I am still a friend." DM (groaning): "Make a Performance Check." Natural 20. I desperately roll Insight with advantage on the three remaining rats, hoping for a Natural 20 too. None of them roll above 15 DM: "Your rats squeak amongst themselves and seem convinced you're still an ally." The party happens upon the survivors and the kidnappees before getting to the boss. DM: "You've found the survivors. There is 20 of them in total, if you-..." Eldritch Knight: "I sick my wererats upon all of them." I turn to the player in shock. Eldritch Knight: "My wererats bite all of the survivors. I need every one of them to make Constitution Saving throws against DC 12 or be cursed with wererat lycanthropy. Any of them that succeed they attack again." The party is furious, but the Eldritch Knight calmly explains that they already know the priestess knows the "Remove Curse" spell. When the boss is killed and it's all over, she can un-curse herself and even all of the survivors. The curse will make it easier to keep them alive too. The party agrees on the condition the Priestess remain uncursed DM: "You now have 22 wererats following you." The party nears the boss room and internally I am screaming. In my final act of desperation I alter the boss's statistics so that they have several attacks which deal acid damage and several AoEs. Anything that makes sense. DM: "You enter the room and the boss appears. Roll Initiative." The small platoon of wererats tank every hit the boss dishes. Several of the rats are performing the Help action on the players and things are looking extremely one-sided. 5 rounds into combat and none of them have taken any meaningful amounts of damage. I stop and smile. I have an idea. DM: "One of the wererats seems to be rallying the others to do something. You can't understand what it's saying." One of the wererats usurps the Eldritch Knight as the leader, the rats all turn upon the party in the middle of the boss fight. DM: "Everyone make Constitution Saving Throws. Anything below 12 means you're cursed with wererat Lycanthropy." Miraculously, only the Eldritch Knight fails the saving throws. Eldritch Knight immediately turns. He embraces the curse to maintain control of himself. He goes to combat his rebellious rat while the rest of the party, severely wounded from the onslaught of rat bites, continues to fight the boss. Eldritch Knight kills his usurper. The party finishes off the boss. DM: "The boss is dead. You have 21 wererats impressed by your strength. You yourself are also a wererat. What do you do?" Eldritch Knight: "I tell the party to go on without me. I'll start a new society down here and they can continue the quest without me while tend to my people." The Eldritch Knight stays down in the sewers with the survivors while the party returns to the surface with the priestess, ready to continue the quest. My player who played the Eldritch Knight rolls a new character. I ask why he did that, he responds with... "Nothing I could do from that point on would ever be able to top that." I nod All hail the Rat King. All Hail the Rat King
Alive, Final Boss, and Head: So recently the players in my campaign when exploring into a sewer
 network, where lately people have been disappearing. Their goal to find
 and save a local Priestess down there who can get a curse off an NPC
 member of the party. The players explore the sewers and happen upon a
 nest of 4 Wererats.
 DM (Me): "Ok, you happen upon a nest of wererats (rolls several dice),
 none of them have noticed you yet. What do you do?"
 Eldritch Knight (immediately): "I cast Disguise Self. I make myself look
 like a humanoid rat creature and put a crown on my head. I walk up to
 them."
 am immediately concerned.
 Eldritch Knight: "I call out to them and proclaim that I am their king. I'd
 like to roll to persuade them to follow me so that we can invade the
 surface world."
 DM: "Make a Deception Check."
 Eldritch Knight rolls a 19
 Iroll Insight checks for all four rats with advantage due to their keen
 smell. None of them roll above 10.
 DM: "The rats regard you as a leader figure. You've gained 4 followers."
 The party then proceeds through the dungeon trying to find the
 kidnapped citizens while fighting denizens of the dark. I am secretly
 panicking as the rats are immune to all non-magical damage. Nothing in
 the dungeon can harm them... including the Boss. The party quickly
 figures this out. I proceed to shoehorn in a Shambling Mound as I have
 an idea
 DM: "You happen upon a Shambling Mound. Roll Initiative."
 Eldritch Knight: "My rats attack as a swarm."
 I proceed to have all the rats engulfed by the mound hoping to suffocate
 all of them and kill them before the final boss
 Eldritch Knight: "I run towards the Mound and try a pull my rats out by
 hand."
 DM: "Make a Strength Saving Throw against the mound's engulf. If you
 succeed, make a Strength Check on all four rats."
 The entire party stacks Help action after Help action to aid the Knight.
 Three rats escape while one dies inside the mound before it perishes
 However, the Eldritch Knight's Disguise Self spell wears off.
 DM: "Your magical disguise has weaned. The Wererats look to you in
 shock and awe."
 Eldritch Knight: "I run over to the dead rat and mourn him. I cry to try and
 convince the other rats that I am still a friend."
 DM (groaning): "Make a Performance Check."
 Natural 20. I desperately roll Insight with advantage on the three
 remaining rats, hoping for a Natural 20 too. None of them roll above 15
 DM: "Your rats squeak amongst themselves and seem convinced you're
 still an ally."
 The party happens upon the survivors and the kidnappees before getting
 to the boss.
 DM: "You've found the survivors. There is 20 of them in total, if you-..."
 Eldritch Knight: "I sick my wererats upon all of them."
 I turn to the player in shock.
 Eldritch Knight: "My wererats bite all of the survivors. I need every one of
 them to make Constitution Saving throws against DC 12 or be cursed
 with wererat lycanthropy. Any of them that succeed they attack again."
 The party is furious, but the Eldritch Knight calmly explains that they
 already know the priestess knows the "Remove Curse" spell. When the
 boss is killed and it's all over, she can un-curse herself and even all of
 the survivors. The curse will make it easier to keep them alive too. The
 party agrees on the condition the Priestess remain uncursed
 DM: "You now have 22 wererats following you."
 The party nears the boss room and internally I am screaming. In my final
 act of desperation I alter the boss's statistics so that they have several
 attacks which deal acid damage and several AoEs. Anything that makes
 sense.
 DM: "You enter the room and the boss appears. Roll Initiative."
 The small platoon of wererats tank every hit the boss dishes. Several of
 the rats are performing the Help action on the players and things are
 looking extremely one-sided. 5 rounds into combat and none of them
 have taken any meaningful amounts of damage. I stop and smile. I have
 an idea.
 DM: "One of the wererats seems to be rallying the others to do
 something. You can't understand what it's saying."
 One of the wererats usurps the Eldritch Knight as the leader, the rats all
 turn upon the party in the middle of the boss fight.
 DM: "Everyone make Constitution Saving Throws. Anything below 12
 means you're cursed with wererat Lycanthropy."
 Miraculously, only the Eldritch Knight fails the saving throws. Eldritch
 Knight immediately turns. He embraces the curse to maintain control of
 himself. He goes to combat his rebellious rat while the rest of the party,
 severely wounded from the onslaught of rat bites, continues to fight the
 boss. Eldritch Knight kills his usurper. The party finishes off the boss.
 DM: "The boss is dead. You have 21 wererats impressed by your
 strength. You yourself are also a wererat. What do you do?"
 Eldritch Knight: "I tell the party to go on without me. I'll start a new
 society down here and they can continue the quest without me while
 tend to my people."
 The Eldritch Knight stays down in the sewers with the survivors while the
 party returns to the surface with the priestess, ready to continue the
 quest. My player who played the Eldritch Knight rolls a new character. I
 ask why he did that, he responds with...
 "Nothing I could do from that point on would ever be able to top that."
 I nod
 All hail the Rat King.
All Hail the Rat King

All Hail the Rat King

How To, How, and You: How to not convince people you are a female
How To, How, and You: How to not convince people you are a female

How to not convince people you are a female

Photography, Santa, and Santa Cruz: My cousin just picked up photography and got this shot of a kayaker in Santa Cruz. I'm now trying to convince her to sell prints.
Photography, Santa, and Santa Cruz: My cousin just picked up photography and got this shot of a kayaker in Santa Cruz. I'm now trying to convince her to sell prints.

My cousin just picked up photography and got this shot of a kayaker in Santa Cruz. I'm now trying to convince her to sell prints.

Animals, Bad, and Fail: from via /r/pics sent 46 minutes ago Show Parent All this demonstrates is that you can't reply to any of my other points Why do I have to respond to any of your other claims?I have no idea where you got this idea from. Entitlement? fail to understand a simple fallacy in your own research: Research Bias. Let me explain, you want to prove a conclusion so bad that you 'googled' terms that agree with your point of view. My research term was "early human diet", if the term "early human diet" is biased against your point about early human diets that should show you how asinine your statement was. research that clearly pointed to evidence of eating meat and the necessity of it for evolution. Even if this was true, that has absolutely nothing to do with the statement I was responding to. You have the inability to acknowledge that you were just wrong and then you go in a tangent with a bunch of topics that has absolutely nothing to do with my response. Did humans start to eat animals before plants? NO. END OF THE CONVERSATION. YOU WERE WRONG. Here are some sources you can read at your leisure that show that a balanced diet is key to humanities success and that meat was critical to human development in our evolutionary process: Again this has NOTHING TO DO with your statement. Grow up already and learn like a normal person to know when you're wrong. Here is something far more important to you than early human diets: "When an honest man discovers he is mistaken, he will either cease to be mistaken or cease to be honest" When you provide proof that human development happened thanks to meat (meaning early humans ate meat), this is what a vegan will conclude...you must have "EnTiTlEmEnT," you must be dishonest, you can't "learn like a normal person," and that writing in caps is how you convince someone they are WRONG
Animals, Bad, and Fail: from
 via /r/pics sent 46 minutes ago Show Parent
 All this demonstrates is that you can't reply to any of my other points
 Why do I have to respond to any of your other claims?I have no idea where you got this idea from. Entitlement?
 fail to understand a simple fallacy in your own research: Research Bias. Let me explain, you want to prove a
 conclusion so bad that you 'googled' terms that agree with your point of view.
 My research term was "early human diet", if the term "early human diet" is biased against your point about early
 human diets that should show you how asinine your statement was.
 research that clearly pointed to evidence of eating meat and the necessity of it for evolution.
 Even if this was true, that has absolutely nothing to do with the statement I was responding to. You have the inability
 to acknowledge that you were just wrong and then you go in a tangent with a bunch of topics that has absolutely
 nothing to do with my response.
 Did humans start to eat animals before plants?
 NO.
 END OF THE CONVERSATION. YOU WERE WRONG.
 Here are some sources you can read at your leisure that show that a balanced diet is key to humanities success
 and that meat was critical to human development in our evolutionary process:
 Again this has NOTHING TO DO with your statement. Grow up already and learn like a normal person to know when
 you're wrong.
 Here is something far more important to you than early human diets:
 "When an honest man discovers he is mistaken, he will either cease to be mistaken or cease to be honest"
When you provide proof that human development happened thanks to meat (meaning early humans ate meat), this is what a vegan will conclude...you must have "EnTiTlEmEnT," you must be dishonest, you can't "learn like a normal person," and that writing in caps is how you convince someone they are WRONG

When you provide proof that human development happened thanks to meat (meaning early humans ate meat), this is what a vegan will conclude......

Work, Boss, and Hardware: Trying to convince my boss at the hardware store I work at we need these for reaching hard angles
Work, Boss, and Hardware: Trying to convince my boss at the hardware store I work at we need these for reaching hard angles

Trying to convince my boss at the hardware store I work at we need these for reaching hard angles

God, Love, and Squad: God, love her what? witchcraft–lizard: The entire miraculous squad (sans Ladybug herself) is in love with Ladybug and you can’t convince me otherwise
God, Love, and Squad: God, love her

 what?
witchcraft–lizard:

The entire miraculous squad (sans Ladybug herself) is in love with Ladybug and you can’t convince me otherwise

witchcraft–lizard: The entire miraculous squad (sans Ladybug herself) is in love with Ladybug and you can’t convince me otherwise