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1st Feb 2014, 6:00 AM
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Without A Paddle
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Newbiespud 1st Feb 2014, 6:00 AM edit delete
This happens less often than you think. Usually, for me, it's the other way around: So much planning to the point of inaction.

Story time! Tell a story in the comments about going into danger without a plan.


AlternateUniverse!Zuche 1st Feb 2014, 6:05 AM edit delete reply
I completely feel for Twilight in the last panel.

If you end up doing something great for the party, that is now all you will do. Forever. They'll chain you up, feed you on one grain of rice a day and berate you when they feel like you aren't doing the specific thing good enough.
banjo2E 1st Feb 2014, 6:33 AM edit delete reply
My cleric once became our go-to navigator and diplomat simply by virtue of owning a Rope of Climbing and speaking Draconic.

The Rope of Climbing was mainly used to cross rivers.
Specter 1st Feb 2014, 6:43 AM edit delete reply
and I'm to guess the Draconic part is because their were a number of dragon (like) beings that needed to be talked to?
banjo2E 1st Feb 2014, 8:11 AM edit delete reply
Lizardmen, yes. The campaign (at least, the portion I played; I moved out of state midway through) was 75% walking through jungles and 25% walking through dungeons within said jungles.
Specter 1st Feb 2014, 9:06 AM edit delete reply
Lucky, the only way I ever get to see lizardmen (Or any creature I want to meet) is if I play as them, Or if my friend decides to use them in his zombie campaign. Yeah, not really the same. Plus, meaning to say this for a while banjo2E, your picture is both adorable, and very realistic. I applaud you.
Digo 1st Feb 2014, 9:27 AM edit delete reply
I wish it was like that for my group. Bunch of ungrateful murder hobos. Last time I was the cleric two other PCs nearly died because everyone apparently forgot that I can heal gaping wounds.

We weren't even in combat at the time!
Cshoes 1st Feb 2014, 12:00 PM edit delete reply
In my current campaign, I'm the squishiest person in the party. I nearly die roughly every 10 minutes or so. Not because of combat, because the DM can't roll to hit me to save his life, but due to another member of my party and I getting into arguments and both of us being chaotic evil.
JenBurdo 1st Feb 2014, 6:11 AM edit delete reply
Well, they say no plan survives contact with the enemy (except perhaps for the first few moments of a surprise attack).