I’ve decided that my witch collects skulls – from her slain enemies, of course, but also from any old corpse that she comes across. Allies’ skulls, whatever. If her sister died, she’d probably take her skull too. So in lieu of a proper level five character update, which I couldn’t quite manage in my day of pre-travel errands, here’s a selection of her trophies (I’m not very diligent about taking notes or recording names, as you can see by my creative labelling).
These are, of course, destined to line her caster’s tower. She’s the kingdom’s magister (I say D&D, but we’re actually playing the Pathfinder Kingmaker campaign), so as my GM points out, this might repel the general populace, but that just makes it extra delightful. She’s a repellent lady, my witch.
7 responses to “D&D: Skull Collection”
Oooooh, lvl 5 already? What school of spellcasting did you pick? (I’m assuming you’re playing 5e) :)
I know! We have long weekly sessions. And actually we’re playing Pathfinder, so witch is its own class – with no specialisation per se, but I debuff things with hexes, which are spell-like, plus I get a general selection of normal spells in a witchy vein (I keep trying to “vomit spider swarms” on everything, because that’s just amazing, even though it only works for certain situations/enemy types [none of which I have judged correctly so far]).
These are most excellent skulls. I have just started playing D&D again and it’s such a delight!
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