Crate Smashing

Crate Smashing

Do we really have to break every piece of furniture we see?

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A lot of monsters in D&D are, of course, not reasonable. I mean, just look at that Orc who seals himself in a 5*5 room JUST to spring out at you.

Zachary Amaranth:
A lot of monsters in D&D are, of course, not reasonable. I mean, just look at that Orc who seals himself in a 5*5 room JUST to spring out at you.

Maybe he'd just walked into the closet and his buddy locked him in there as a prank?

This column feels more and more ... pointless as it goes on.

I mean, I do get the drift, but ... it's been a pile of unconnected thoughts every single time by now ... And said thoughts are supposed to lead to some kind of ironic conclusion ... which ... simply doesn't make sense with the lead-up ...

Scow2:

Zachary Amaranth:
A lot of monsters in D&D are, of course, not reasonable. I mean, just look at that Orc who seals himself in a 5*5 room JUST to spring out at you.

Maybe he'd just walked into the closet and his buddy locked him in there as a prank?

Or maybe he got drunk and curled up in a side room to sleep it off, only to be disturbed by a invading group of murderers and thieves?

an intact breakable thing is unacceptable!!
BREAK ALL THE THINGS!!

Or you know...play as a thief? Brute force is for brutes.

 

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