||[Sep. 9th, 2009|12:01 pm]
V. E. "Veltzeh" Lehkonen
I was sitting here adjusting the character sheet of a character of mine, thought about some D&D battles and was reminded of one of the greatest battles I took part in.
There was a group of four adventurers, mine being a gnome rogue/wizard, and we went into a big room in the dungeon. Monsters attacked from the ceiling and though we killed all but one, a skull that fireballed a lot, one of us died and we had to flee. The cleric remained there to fight and was killed. The two remaining ones were my character and a wizard, and after the wizard was done renewing spells, we went back there.
The skull felled the wizard as well, and then my character, desperate, grappled the skull. Now, the skull was either tiny or diminutive, and my character was small, so it was a battle of really tiny and negative grapple modifiers. Eventually, though, it was clear enough that the skull wouldn't be able to get away. Then I had my character just smash the skull against the floor, at which point we suddenly stopped rolling the dice and the GM said something along "You smash the skull to fucking tiny pieces. You won!"
It was awesome, though I'm not entirely sure why.