Remember why you started playing those curious things called role-playing games? Remember the fun of smashing a locked door for the first time, or conjuring up your first fist of magical projectiles?

BUT!

Tired of all the rules? Tired of all the tables (and chairs) that fall with traditional roleplaying?

Now a forum to satisfy both! We have Risus mixed with a traditional dungeon crawl. Shall we become all heroes? Here is your chance to just play the story. Break the limits that the game gods tell you, and descend into the bliss of the game.

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Angry fits from goblin hangover.
As the dungeon roils to devour, Krak rolls to his feet to stave off an unperceived attack swinging his sword wildly.

Ex-Communicated Goblin Champion. 4d6 => [1, 6, 6, 1] = 14
Dice Rolls => Results = Total
4d6 => [1, 6, 6, 1] = 14
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Deadliness
Sudden deadliness coming from out of nowhere (2)

2d6 => [2, 5] = 7

((well that is not going to be very deadly))
Dice Rolls => Results = Total
2d6 => [2, 5] = 7
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The basment
The basement stirred with it being discovered it rolled and kicked, and began to reveal itself as dungeonness.

(Players roll appropriate abilities, consider either perception or attack, whichever is stronger...)
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Something stirs...
In the corner of the room leading to the secret shelf-door, under a bit of garbage and foul mutton-smelling towels, Krak begins to regain consciousness.

"Bleh... the food is terrible and the hospitality even worse than that among my own..."

He rolls out of his mound of filth and lays on the floor facing the ceiling. Eyes still shut, the hangover he suffers from was only intensified a few moments ago when the lighting of the room changed.
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Shelves
The shelves buckled a bit and reflected a good variety of products from small sacks of grain, to plentiful spices. Infact everything was shelving, shelving for foods and vases. There upon the corner there was even a shelf for weapons and other associated cutlery. A drawer (also crooked) bloomed with a collections of IOU's (to be paid to Gary after the dungeon, thus many of them said DECEASED or LOST IN THE DUNGEON) Finally one small shelf, in one lost corner held a book with strange and misgiving set of symbols. They almost glowed, or perhaps, winked...

Cliche's anyone? By all means!
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