The Blog With No Name has awarded me with the Liebster Award...I have no idea what that means. But! It's still cool. I don't know German, but looking at the word I would say it's somebody who lies about beer. So I accept the lying about beer award. What I liked best, Ian broke the rules to give it to me. I like that. I'm supposed to answer a list of questions, but I'll break the rules and make up five of my own.
Pancakes or Waffles?
These days, waffles. Although my heart was in the pancake camp for a very long time.
Goblins or Orcs?
I've always liked goblins over orcs. In my campaign I've made goblins a little more flexible with their culture. And I made them a little funny.
Cats or Dogs?
Dogs a hundred times over. I like cats, but when they are in other people's homes. I'm not much for any animal that shits in the house.
Tomb of Horrors or Caves of Chaos?
I ask hard questions. Tomb of Horrors was my first adventure. I cut my teeth on that one. But The Caves of Chaos is just the essence of a fun dungeon crawl. Damn. I am going to have to go with Tomb of Horrors. It was my first after all.
Ginger or Mary Ann?
I've considered this for a while. So here's how I would play it. You're on a remote island, take a coconut to Thurston's skull. It could be easily blamed on high winds and the coconut falling from a tree. Lovey is now a widow. Chum up to her. Convince her to marry you. This is all contingent that they get rescued. Since Lovey is of advanced age there will be a short wait for her to expire so you can inherit the money. In the meanwhile, hire Mary Ann to be your cook and Ginger likes a man with money. Hanging out with these two could be innocently explained as you have spent a lot of shared experiences with them and the reason why you spend time with them. In the end you can have both Mary Ann and Ginger, get Thiston's money and you still get your coconut cream pie.