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quietsphere · 3 months ago
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Brennan, about to make the players experience the longest second in the history of dnd:
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kingcael · 3 months ago
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calamity
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astridbecks · 3 months ago
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the power of friendship will [checks notes] somewhat mitigate the effects of the apocalypse
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scriptmyworld · 3 months ago
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This is so terrifically sad, but I can’t help but commend Brennan for rewarding Travis. He did possibly one of the most taboo things in D&D, he left the party, and he was rewarded for it. He got to save his family. Because this isn’t a normal campaign. This is a tragedy, and heroism gets you nothing. Selfishness, as contradictory as it seems, is the most useful trait.
AND THE THING IS—because I know how that last sentence sounds—HE WASN’T SELFISH. HE WAS THE LEAST SELFISH OUT OF ALL OF THEM. ITS LITERALLY THE LAST THING HE SAID BEFORE HE LEFT BECAUSE EVERYONE ELSE WAS TOO SELFISH AND BLINDED BY GLORY AND NYDAS TRIED TO SAVE TOO MUCH but Travis WASN’T and he was rewarded. The Sightwarden, perhaps the only non-visionary in that room, gave us a single thread of hope for the future.
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criticalsorcery · 3 months ago
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Seelie you later
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dylandraws · 4 months ago
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Love me some amoral besites
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counterspelling · 3 months ago
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Endless EXU 23/???
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captainofthetidesbreath · 3 months ago
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"How was the Calamity finale?"
The Calamity finale:
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Bonuses:
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tshortik · 4 months ago
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"You look and see something older than the world look back."
I had to paint this the moment I saw that scene. What an intro. Just wow ❣️
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agentmintea · 3 months ago
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(x)
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el-makes-art · 4 months ago
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If you look down and see the stars, what will you see when you look up?
[ID: digital fanart of Zerxus Ilerez from Exandria Unlimited: Calamity. He stands in the palm of a giant, clawed, bloodstained red hand. Beneath him is a plaza; its tiles form the rays of a sun, but where the centre should be is a void in which a dark, stary sky can be seen. End ID]
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triaelf9 · 4 months ago
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HECK! YEAH! LADIES!
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jinxknight · 3 months ago
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She broke the world for them.
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quiddie · 3 months ago
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Okay, I see a lot of people talking about Laerryn’s work in terms of the spell Plane Shift. Now I know that’s ultimately my fault because of how I spoke about the remains of the solar bow, but that isn’t what she’s attempting.
Now let me say all this with the grain of salt that I’m not trying to remove all blame from LCS - I know who she is and what I built into her and what she’s capable of and willing to do - but I do think it’s inaccurate to call her uncaring (in terms of the citizens of Avalir) and despotic in her single-mindedness.
First, the Astral Leywright. Simply put, it builds a new leyline road through other planes. Now, Laerryn runs and maintains the engines & batteries, but she doesn’t steer the city. That’s Helmswoman Akami Rowe’s job. That’s the Navigator’s Guild’s choice. *That* is why LCS thinks of it as a gift to the city and to history - it’s an opportunity, not an obligation (or worse, a coercion like Plane Shift would be.) Yes, she’s taken a lion’s share of the energy stored for this Replenishment - but just this once (and what are 7 years to an elf, really?) and the thing she gives back is a new leyline that goes not North or East or South but OUT. (And the solar bow’s planar attunement was primarily to help the AL know the directionality of building a leyline in a new axis.) And Avalir could (not MUST) use it. Anyone can use it.
And sure, maybe the Septarion and the citizens will be too confused or scared to use it at first but that’s fine - the point wasn’t that we have to go NOW, only that this was her one chance to make the leyline at ALL (or at least until the next apogee solstice). So her thought is that the city doesn’t have to understand right now, but eventually they’ll get it and history will remember her fondly for making the road to the next big discoveries a little easier.
Keep in mind, Laerryn is one of the smartest people in the city (e1 “often the most cerebral”) that took a vital but understated job (e1 “no one understands exactly what you do to ask you for anything”) with no laurels attached (e2 her envy when walking through the Magisterium and seeing the resources allocated on their behalf vs. the Court of Workings) so if she wanted glory she could just pick a different job and immediately get the praise her talents would garner. Instead, she dedicated her life to quietly and dutifully protecting the Heart of Avalir, and expanding on the city’s mission statement (travel the leylines collecting knowledge and magic to share with the world).
With all that said, please continue raging at Laerryn’s choices because that’s fun and good and fine and honestly I love watching it. I just wanted to clear up that one fuzzy area.
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otterlyart · 3 months ago
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Local man about to make terrible & sexy decisions
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criticalsorcery · 3 months ago
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i’ll always have my eye on you Bonus Luis
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midnightcrows · 4 months ago
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I was seized by the need to draw these two, my favorite divorcees, during some happier times?
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