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reddragoncrush · 15 hours ago
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last session revealed ripley is still alive thanks only to the everbright lantern aurora made them and is keeping her from falling victim to a false hydra in a shadow plane only if the lantern is lit. so. you know. having a normal one in metrol!
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janmenart · a day ago
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The Great Gang, circa our session 100! Our sorcerer came back!!!!
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bolloxtothat · a day ago
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Absent was I but alive I AM! a commission done for Nyss (fA) featuring, Samson whom I haven’t draw for a really long while
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shorteststory · 2 months ago
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When the Warlock tries to curse the Artificer’s hometown...
(Ft. the incredible Jonathan Sims, who recorded some stories for The Story Engine anthology!)
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incorrect-dnd-classes · 27 days ago
Artificer: I have a science headcanon.
Wizard: Can’t you just say you have a hypothesis like a normal person?
Artificer:
Artificer: So my science headcanon is-
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seekerpsycho · 2 months ago
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The ACME Special
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Do you enjoy derailing your DnD campaign with bonkers overpowered combos? Well let me tell you about a maneuver I created called The ACME Special, and how it worked a little TOO well in my campaign. STRAP IN! So, you’re going to need four items to pull this off: 1. A Bag of Holding 2. A heavy object no more than 500lbs which can fit in the Bag of Holding, such as a safe filled with cannonballs. 3. An intelligent creature which obeys your commands and can fly (a Homunculus is ideal. Mine is a steampunk spider-robot named Bobbert. [art pending. Bobbert substitute from “Meet The Robinsons” below])
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4. A Ring of Spell Storing or lesser-powered equivalent.
Now, if you’re an Artificer, you can instantly build your own Bag of Holding and the Homunculus yourself at level 2. Getting an object of nearly 500lbs is easy enough; find a rock, or chunk of a pillar (though a safe is the best option, for comedic value). Ring of Spell Storing is trickier, but you might persuade your DM to give you the opportunity to buy one from a magic vendor or such. You don’t even need a fully functional Ring of Spell Storing as written: you just need something that can store and release a level 2 spell (specifically, Enlarge, which an Artificer can learn at level 5) (Also, the Artificer can build an equivalent Ring at level 11, but the earlier you pull this off, the more epic). Now, how do you unleash the ACME Special? 1. Put heavy thing in Bag. Heavy thing is light while in Bag. 2. Charge Ring with a casting of Enlarge. 3. Give Bag and Ring to Homunculus. 4. Instruct Homunculus to fly 200ft above target you wish to absolutely obliterate. 5. Instruct Homunculus to flip Bag inside out, ejecting the safe, 6. and as it’s falling, have the Homunculus use the Ring to cast Enlarge on the safe, doubling its size in every dimension, and more importantly OCTUPLING ITS WEIGHT, to 4000lbs! 7. Argue with the DM that as per falling damage rules, a falling hero takes 1d6 damage for every 10ft they fall, to a max of 20d6 (which I interpret as terminal velocity after falling 200ft), and surely whatever the hero hits will take equal damage, so off the bat, the falling safe will deal 20d6. BUT, I argue that heavier objects should naturally deal more damage, surely that makes sense? So let’s assume that the 5e falling damage rules were built around the “average” hero weight of, oh, let’s say, 300lbs. Given our Enlarged safe weighs 4000lbs, it should deal (rounding down) 13 times the normal damage a falling hero would, meaning that The ACME Special should deal 260d6 falling damage to whatever player, monster, or other poor unfortunate soul it lands on!!! 8. Watch target magically lose its 3rd dimension. Now, have I unleashed The ACME Special in game? Yes I have. Did the DM let it play out as I designed it? Yes, but no. So, the scene: I’m a level 7 goblin Artificer working with a band of stoned misfits on a mission to assassinate a king to stop a war. Along the way we manage to charm a giant sea serpent, which we later cast Enlarge on to basically turn it into a kaiju.
We attack the capital city, leading with the kaiju. I instruct my Homunculus Bobbert thusly: “Bobbert! Guard dog mode! Follow kaiju! If encounter Omega-level-threat, deploy... The ACME Special.” Bobbert flies off with the Ring and the Bag and hovers a comfortable 200ft above our kaiju, ready to obliterate anything that might threaten our beastie.
The kaiju wrecks merry havoc, distracting the king’s army and citizens, and we break into the castle and begin searching for the king. We run into two boss monsters, but they would quickly become irrelevant.
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Outside the castle, very much in a Godzilla vs Kong type encounter, a second kaiju has emerged from the sea to challenge our kaiju. The enemy kaiju is a beast we had encountered previously, and was well established as this universe’s version of Godzilla, and this is a territory / alpha male dispute type thing. The kaiju immediately clash, with the poor city citizens caught in the crossfire. The battle is fierce and epic, so huge that it’s changing weather patterns. In any case, this definitely qualifies as an Omega-level-threat, and so Bobbert diligently unleashes The ACME Special, which I’m confident will one-shot the enemy kaiju.
As I explained the mechanics of The ACME Special to our DM, there were a couple things I did not factor in, all stemming from our DM liking my clever idea a little TOO much. I failed to factor in: 1. The DM decided the “max of 200ft” rule of terminal velocity was silly. The higher the fall, the more damage, period. 2. Unbeknownst to me (that is, my goblin, currently in the castle), Bobbert had been swept up by a tornado and lifted to the whopping height of LOW ORBIT.
Bobbert unleashes The ACME Special.
A 4000lb safe, the likes of which would make The Looney Toons themselves weep at its beauty, plummets from the sky, catching fire and melting into a molten ball of slag and kinetic death as it does so.
The DM has me roll my original damage calculation, from which he would multiply his own numbers.
834 damage.
This number is meaningless.
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The safe lands; it misses both kaiju but strikes the ground between them. The shockwave manifests as both a kinetic blast and heat, knocking behemoths across the city. Buildings are obliterated. Streets buckle, shatter, and are blown away. Once nigh insurmountable defensive walls are reduced to so much gravel. The king’s castle is blasted apart as if it were made of glass.
Through a combination of accidentally taking shelter in the castle basement and plot armor, my goblin and the rest of the team survive by the skin of our teeth.
One-point-five million civilians are not so lucky. There are zero other survivors within the city limits (other than the boss monsters, who wisely surrender immediately).
Bobbert hath become death, destroyer of worlds.
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My character is now a mostly-accidental terrorist who has committed a war crime of magnitude never before seen in this universe. He is trying to keep this under wraps, which is thankfully possible due to the very limited pool of surviving witnesses.
But hey! The king (and the rest of his bloodline) is dead! Mission accomplished! I guess!
So,
take with you this forbidden knowledge, the DnD blueprints for a tungsten-rod-drop. Use it wisely.
The wisest move might be to never use it at all.
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anonbeadraws · 4 months ago
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detailed commission for Kiss of Fayeth the Artificer with her mechanical companions! 💙 ✨commission info in source link below✨
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dimathezombunny · 3 months ago
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When your entire D&D party is terrible at stealth..but at least they're having fun? 🥲
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dndspellgifs · a month ago
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Blink
3rd level transmutation
Artificer, Sorcerer, Wizard
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infini-official · 16 days ago
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🌈RAINBOW TIEFLING ADOPTS🌈 these are done so im putting them all up! as a bonus, i'm offering to render them for an additional 25 dollars, and for an additional 50 dollars, i'll make them a whole character sheet! dm me to claim one / boosts r appreciated
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dndaddyissues · 11 months ago
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[Image ID: The Bugs Bunny “I wish all Blank a very pleasant Blank meme” edited four times to say: “I wish all paladins a very pleasant religious trauma,” “I wish all rogues a very pleasant hiding shit from the party,” “I wish all monks a very pleasant punch,” and “I wish all artificers a very pleasant gun.” End ID.]
Artificer joke by @solissagittarius. I hate that y’all are funnier than me
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menofcolorinfantasyart · 8 months ago
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Sarah Mendonça
Artist commentary: “Falafel is a gnome artificer who built a velociraptor construct to use as a mount/help in battle.”
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incorrect-dnd-classes · a month ago
Cleric: i’m busy
Artificer: do you think drinking thirty-six cans of redbull consecutively would make my senses more heightened or would i just die
Cleric:
Cleric: i’m on my way
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theartofknightjj · 4 months ago
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A hug from 2 sessions ago 💛 DnD campaigns definitely aren’t all rainbows and sunshine so it’s hard to keep your head up sometimes. Especially when you are a 14 year old leaving your hometown for the first time. Luckily there’s always the stoic? Fighter in your party ready to comfort and hug you! Thoia is mine and Nym is played by @tenthprincess !
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rebswashere · 2 months ago
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Raze, a tiefling demolitionist. The party calls him variations of daddy.
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abessive-art · 15 days ago
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Cap’n Daven! [ID: A digital painting of Davenport from The Adventure Zone: Imbalance. He is a small, stout gnome with fully green eyes, tan skin and dark orange and gray hair in a top knot. He is wearing a tan shirt with suspenders, and carries a big backpack adorned with bronze plates. He looks forward, swashing his tail as he prepares to snap his fingers. end ID]
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