She Rolled Two 18s.

Zardnaar

Legend
My wife rolled some dice after her PC had a critical existence failure. Flinds+critical hits.

Stats

18
18
16
13
13
8

Hot damn.

She's changed her mind about 19 times but atm she's looking at a support type character.

Death cleric 1
Divine Soul 6


Background
Nurian Theurge
Feats
Inspiring leader
Healer

Follows Anu Akma (Anubis).

End of the night extended aid plus inspired leader is an extra 31 hit points.
 

jgsugden

Adventurer
Help her with a really intense and detailed backstory with a lot of adventure hooks. Then, start the next session with an encounter with a high level assassin and a wizard with disintegrate. Sure, you may end up divorced, but then you'll really have a story worth telling.
 

Zardnaar

Legend
Help her with a really intense and detailed backstory with a lot of adventure hooks. Then, start the next session with an encounter with a high level assassin and a wizard with disintegrate. Sure, you may end up divorced, but then you'll really have a story worth telling.
Already died once lol. If we get divorced though who gets the cats?

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Richards

Adventurer
Given the situation we're discussing in this thread, I guess I can probably get away with stating the following:

"I have to say, Zardnaar, I really admire your wife's lovely pair of big ones! And the fact that they're all natural makes them that much more impressive!"

Johnathan
 

Ulorian

Explorer
Given the situation we're discussing in this thread, I guess I can probably get away with stating the following:

"I have to say, Zardnaar, I really admire your wife's lovely pair of big ones! And the fact that they're all natural makes them that much more impressive!"

Johnathan
Uh... wow. That's insanely inappropriate. I'm sure that seemed really funny when you said it in your head, but you need to check yourself before you post something like that.
 

Anoth

Adventurer
I hope you are playing 2E. If you are going to roll there is nothing like rolling percentile strength
 

HarbingerX

Rob Of The North
At the opposite spectrum, my son and a friend last week were rolling their first-ever characters for D&D and the friend rolled a 3 (4d6 drop 1). Despite being an old-school 3d6-in-order kind of guy, I took pity on him and let him reroll.
 

Ulorian

Explorer
She laughed just showed her.
Wow. This gets creepier by the minute. I'm pretty sure there isn't a woman alive who thinks it's amusing for an internet rando to start talking about her breasts. But, to each his own. Feel free to show this to your wife.
 

Ulorian

Explorer
Jonathan isn't a random we've interacted before.

And you might need to met more women. She's very thick skinned.
Your response is very civilized. So good for you, truly. And I'm glad your wife has the force of personality to handle this sort of clownish behaviour. Bottom line though... the original comment was extremely creepy. This hobby unfortunately attracts men who for whatever reason don't get the opportunity/don't know how to interact with women. And end up saying moronic stuff like the OP did.
 

Zardnaar

Legend
Your response is very civilized. So good for you, truly. And I'm glad your wife has the force of personality to handle this sort of clownish behaviour. Bottom line though... the original comment was extremely creepy. This hobby unfortunately attracts men who for whatever reason don't get the opportunity/don't know how to interact with women. And end up saying moronic stuff like the OP did.
I am the OP.

People don't always agree with me here and that's fine I try not to make it personal or take things personally.

Might also be cultural it's fairly relaxed here.
 

Ulorian

Explorer
I am the OP.

People don't always agree with me here and that's fine I try not to make it personal or take things personally.

Might also be cultural it's fairly relaxed here.
When I said OP, I was referring to Richards. As in the OP of the comment in question. Not likely a cultural difference, I'm Canadian.

I'm pretty sure not many women would feel genuinely relaxed in an environment where guys say things like Richards did. If he knows your wife well enough to joke around like that, great. That's awesome, honestly. He can do it outside the bounds of a public forum though.
 

Wiseblood

Adventurer
When I said OP, I was referring to Richards. As in the OP of the comment in question. Not likely a cultural difference, I'm Canadian.

I'm pretty sure not many women would feel genuinely relaxed in an environment where guys say things like Richards did. If he knows your wife well enough to joke around like that, great. That's awesome, honestly. He can do it outside the bounds of a public forum though.
Let the mods mod.
 
She laughed just showed her.
My wife would find that hilarious too.

At the opposite spectrum, my son and a friend last week were rolling their first-ever characters for D&D and the friend rolled a 3 (4d6 drop 1). Despite being an old-school 3d6-in-order kind of guy, I took pity on him and let him reroll.
In 3E, there was a minimum value for your total roll; lower than that and you rerolled. I twice played a character who was exactly at said minimum; the dice gods are not my friends :cool:
 

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