Gregory Pettigrew (etherial) wrote,
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World's Largest Dungeon

On Saturday, the intrepid explorers

Lenny, the Human Paladin (londo)
Turgen, the Elven Pervy Non-Elven Fancying Rogue (evan712)
Fedra, the Human Barbarella (juldea)
Happy, the Human Spiked-Chain Monkey (thatjoe)
Robin, the Halfling "Acquirer" (kestrel404)
Ürda the Dwarven Axemaiden (deceased due to Ogre-induced crushination) and Wynn the Human Cleric of Kord (ruggrat)
Thain, the Dwarven Monk (deceased due to Troglodyte Spear Gang-Rape) (jediseth)
Nolen, the Dwarven Cleric of Moradin (deceased due to mysteries exsanguinating jugular wounds) (pacingincircles)
Gaffney, Halfling Paladin, and his trusted steed Menchi (etherial)

delved deep (well, we barely scratched the surface) into the bowels (well, more like nosehairs) of the World's Largest Dungeon under the cruel will of Dungeonmaster shogunhb. 14 hours (approximately) of Hardcore Dungeoncrawling led to a mere 37 pages (4.4%) of completion. A good time was had by all. Special thanks go to dilettante for designing my character.

Lessons learned include:
•All Dwarves must die.
•Just because he's Evil, doesn't mean he's not an OK guy
•A little Bacardi helps you play Chaotic Neutral effectively. A little more turns you into a Kender.
•Enemies that refuse to charge suicidally are incredibly annoying.
•Subdual damage from a spiked chain makes no sense, but is still very effective.
•No matter how sickly he is, your mount is safer with you on him.

and lastly

•Critting on initiative is still critting, damnit.

World's Largest Dungeon


37 out of 840 pages completed.
Tags: wld

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