@Rionnal Aside from looking like a big J, it's like... it kinda doesn't really "go" with the rest of the decor? Like it's so chunky and just sort of... there? I don't even get what it's supposed to be? (I think sometimes it has plants hanging from it?)
@kissmeagainarthas I hear it gives you +20% to crit.
Here is a taste at my sketches for my upcoming Animorphs glyph series of the characters in the middle of transforming! Full sketchbook (all characters!) available now for Patreon and Kofi subscribers in the following links:
There's a recent one-shot Elseworlds, BATMAN: WHITE KNIGHT, which IMO has pretty much *the* take on this, and ends up there basically by trying to earnestly (-ish) deal with this criticism. It just does so by ending up in literally the world of all possible worlds, presented as the best, that's it... I kinda love it just for the accidental meta commentary, almost?
"Hey Alis what is objectively the greatest song ever recorded?"
No I will not be taking questions at this time.
@alpine_thistle To be fair it also does have the terrifying mass grave ghost mountains in it, so...
On the subject of Inspiration in #DnD:
I had this idea for a variant Inspiration use which is basically the flashback mechanism in BLADES IN THE DARK. That is, you can spend your inspiration to "retroactively prepare" for a situation, so long as you can realistically explain how you did it and why it hasn't come up until now.
It's basically for those "memorized the wrong spell"/"brought the wrong gear"/"forgot to bribe the guard in advance" situations.
See it even has a vocal component! It's a required part of the spell! I should get inspiration for this awesome roleplaying!
Yelling out "Tsuki ni kawatte, oshioki yo!" every time my Druid casts Moonbeam in #DnD will never get old and any players or GMs who tell you otherwise are big party police poopyheads.
This song is very Too Soon for something written like eight years ago...
@Satsuma But throwing out spurious Marx quotes is fun! :O
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