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Comic Type: Dungeons & Dragons |
Posted: Friday February 8th, 2013
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Our Sunday night D&D campaign is shifting a bit. The DM needs a break. One of our members is bowing out to spend more time with his lady. And we're introducing another female player to the table. So, we've decided to shift gears and play a new campaign. We were each challenged with trying something new. I've been playing for 20+ years now, "something new" isn't easy for me. But they wanted to see me play a Striker. So... I made a lovable Bugbear Fighter (Slayer).
I've spent a lot of time creating the character, picking abilities and gear that fit the character rather than minmaxing. Okay okay, so there's some minmaxing, but it's all character driven I swear. His name is Thunk. He's not very bright. He's a bugbear that was raised by humans. He likes colorful ribbons tied in his fur. He loves animals. And, he carries around a stuffed owlbear given to him by his best pal Cassi (Taks). Don't get Thunk wrong here, he also carries around a massive axe and doesn't stop fighting until his friends are safe. It's going to be a fun character to play.
PS. Ted's not real.
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