D&D General When Nature Calls, And You Have To Weigh The Risk


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Reynard

Legend
Joking aside, in certain kinds of campaigns - low fantasy, gritty realism, mud and blood style grimdark -- concerns like this are real. You are in enemy territory, trying to stay hidden as you infiltrate the bad guys' estate, and the semi-rancid meat you ate last night hits you. Now what?
 

MarkB

Legend
Joking aside, in certain kinds of campaigns - low fantasy, gritty realism, mud and blood style grimdark -- concerns like this are real. You are in enemy territory, trying to stay hidden as you infiltrate the bad guys' estate, and the semi-rancid meat you ate last night hits you. Now what?
I'm running Rime of the Frostmaiden, and the players are currently in an unnaturally cold region. Their cold weather gear still helps them, but the module doesn't contemplate what happens if someone needs to expose delicate areas in order to relieve themselves.
 

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