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Merry DnD Christmas!

Merry Christmas everyone!

Nothing important to say, apart to share a bit from my buddies' Dungeons and Dragons downtime WhatsApp conversation. As a quick tip to DMs, if you can't manage regular sessions, then continuing the adventure through an instant messenger service is a great way to keep people in touch with the game.

Elric, the half-elf sorceror, pauses rifling through the now dead demon gnoll to wish the rest of the party a Merry Christmas. He uses Prestidigitation to make scatter some small sparkling snowflakes around the gnoll corpse.
 The dwarf appears from a pile of gnolls on the walls, tankard already in hand, singing a festive ditty in the manner of Shane MacGowan from the Pogues.
 The half-ord paladin grunts.
The bard heads to the nearest tavern, returning with flagons of mead for everyone.
The urchin pulls some pigs in blankets from his greasy hair, and begrudgingly offers them around.
The warlock takes the mead and pigs in blankets, and leads the toast, "Cheers to our band of wariors, long may our quests continue!"
The barbarian, seeing the festivities begin, slopes off into the woods and chops down the largest pine he can find for the town square.
Finally, the rogue pulls a small flask from his pack, an puts a little in each flagon of mead. The mead fizzes for a second and there is a strong smell of plums. And possibly jet fuel.
Elric downs his drink, but his smile fades as he remembers the wild magic he was afflicted with earlier prevents him from becoming intoxicated with alcohol.
Merry Christmas! May cleric's Bless you, everyone!

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