Damn, that was good. Like Cain said, not a good film. But good.
Feel my amazing brain. Go on, touch it!
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I'm five sessions into DMing my first campaign, and the suspicious nature and malign intent of the player characters makes it so wonderfully easy to create more story hooks.
I figured out the larger story of the setting a few weeks ago (it's in the Forgotten Realms, and some cool lore-based shit is going to happen), but for now the party is mostly caught up in intrigue with a group of anonymous ne'er-do-wells in this small village. They misdirected and beat up guards to seize control of one of the two guard towers in town, just for the chance to spy on what some of them have chosen to treat as nemeses
Attacking the town guard, eh? If you can't use that like Junkenstien uses a crowbar, hang it up.
They are obviously desperadoes and now outlaws. They should start seeing wanted posters of themselves soon. Bounty hunters are a thing.
Also worth mentioning that the guard could have been a valued asset to a local crime syndicate or guild, also family ties or perhaps lover now UPSET, or the only good factor holding someone or something from taking more bold actions.
Killing cops is just bad.
Someone has read enough occult and academic writing to try to parrot the style without understanding the content. Wanna-be gurus tend to make this mistake a lot.QuoteIt is not known if the priests realized that thereby they fixed the contraries too, or if they feared losing their prosperous pantheon-managements, when they exiled this so called Aton to (or with) the Israeli tribes, whom he henceforth ruled under the term JHVH.
STOP ABUSING THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE LIKE THIS. Learn2make sense pls.
that sounds really interesting.
So tell us - did the Greeks believe their myths?