Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 1)

Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 1)

It’s been two weeks since I started playing Dungeons and Dragons with some colleagues from work (Wednesdays 5 PM), I thought it would be fun to share some of our weird experiences so far:

We started on a carriage on our way to the noble kingdom of Asuria (which our DM decided to make very racist, they don’t like non-humans or magic there). Our party is composed of a human barbarian, a dwarven warlock-necromancer, a human cleric and me, a human paladin (mainly because it is one of the most noob friendly class-race combo).

On our most recent session we had lots of weird things happen, such as a fight with a racist barman at an inn, which ended in our dwarf friend having a drinking contest with said barman and getting a round of ale for everyone in the place (that got rid of the racism and some “you’re one of the good ones” comments).

Fast forward, we got involved into a missing persons quest, some mercenaries called the prouncing roosters, which led to an inn called the scowling frog, which in turn led to a dungeon in which we handily defeated giant rats, lizardmen (or giant lizards? I can’t remember), a giant crocodile and an enchanted armor and sword (which our cleric and me decided to steal because… upgrades, and of course we didn’t start by looking into the only room in the dungeon with an item to dispell).

Funnily enough, our barbarian and me got half of our hit points taken by a swarm of rats and grey ooze because bad luck I guess? 😀 I made a doodle to commemorate the occasion:

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