This is one of the best bard wins that i've seen so far although not intentional by the gm
@Superbobich, I was playing a bard last night, about to be fighting a scary death knight, we all roll initiative and get ready for this big fight. Instead, I walk up and make the death knight make a wisdom save. He barely fails, and all of a sudden is polymorphed into a small lizard. We then dropped him into a bag of holding where he is currently trapped. Twas a good time.
@FriendlyWalrus, there's like 10 minutes worth of air in a bag of holding. Its dead now.
@FriendlyWalrus, I thought living creatures could not survive in a bag of holding.
@Superbobich, I'm fairly certain that all bard wins are unintentional by the GM.
@Chicken0War, while there is only 10 minutes of air, death knights are undead and can't die until they atone for something or whatever. So it's alive, but suffering constantly.
We also thought it could banish itself back to its home plane, but it becomes incapacitated and can't maintain concentration, so it's immediately brought back to the bag of holding. 100% trapped. Probably.
In restless dreams I walked alone
@Imabackstaber, Narrow streets of cobblestone
@Soon, Neath the halo of a street lamp
@Imabackstaber, I turned my collar to the cold and damp
@Strider1321, When my eyes were stabbed by the flash of a neon light
@Imabackstaber, that split the night and touched the sound of silence
As a regular bard player, and listener to classic rock, I respect this.
Silence is golden,
Duct tape is silver.
The riddle given is taken from Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The door to the Dark Brotherhood sanctuary asks you this riddle. The correct answer is "Sanguine, my Brother". Now you know.
Do people still play Dungeons & Dragons?
@ios11, extra yeah
@ios11, another yeah