Fun week this week. We had a chance to meet up and talk through some of how we want to grow Dumbest D&D with all of you!
Here are all of our posts from this week, each as ridiculous as the last.
- Third Wheel – A salty marriage is headed for disaster if the party doesn’t step in and help!
- Three Musky Tiers – Catch the biggest rodent to be crowned this year’s Mus-King
- Three Body Problem – Who’s the real warlock? It’s anybody’s Geas
- Sheets to the Wind – A frustrating scavenger hunt with a hungover pirate
- The Branches of Government – Migrating birds alighting on limbs is no basis for a system of government!
- Little Pigs – Three porcine fellows are overwhelmed with the burdens of home ownership
We’re still cracking ourselves up with Three Musky Tiers, but which ones made you laugh? Let us know below!
On to the posts that didn’t quite have enough oomph to get into the core six.
Three’s Company (business)
- Specialize in three-piece suits, formal wear
- Mishap…three-piece swimsuits: bottom, top, zorro mask
- We need to sell these, help us sell them
- Party has to go to a beach in the three-piece swimsuits: disadvantages
- Charisma -2
- Watery fiend attacks because the third piece is a hat that has a bunch of strips of fabric like a fishing lure
- Owned by two half-orc females and a human man
- trio’s constant misunderstandings, social lives, and financial struggles
Three is a Magic Number (SchoolHouse Rock educational initiative)
- Schoolhouse rock mixed with the number 23 (with Jim Carrey)
- Obsessed with seeing the #3 everywhere, he’s terrified, king locked away
- Party must write a kid-friendly song to make three seem fun
Three Penny’s Opera
- Mafia runs the town, acquired their wealth and power from people throwing pennies into wishing wells and pennies falling into sewers (they’re literally living in the underbelly)
- They also sing
- Gangster Kobolds…accumulated wealth and now they’re planning to take over the town above; “it’s our town now, boys.”
- NPC alternative…she’s a crime boss who is smuggling exotic birds who sing beautifully.
- Maybe she’s a tabaxi?
- Her eyes dilate whenever a bird is near, trance-like state, starts chirping
Ronnie James Trio
- desperately wants a fourth to be a barbershop quartet, something bad always happens to the 4th
- Turns out the 4th is being picked off by an earlier member of the singing group who they rejected for being a diva? For getting laryngitis? Raspy villainous sound to his voice.
- Villain: Someone who is really pitchy and just wants to sing with them
And The Rest
- Three Bags Full (BaBa Black Sheep)…yes sir, yes sir.
- Town of subservient sheep that only say “yes sir, yes sir”
- Being taken advantage of by Tristan Hunter, the mount salesman
- Lead-in or sequel to What The Flock
- Rule of thirds
- Town that is overrun with the expectation that everything has to happen in threes
- To the point where when its only two, they force a third. “We must maintain the balance!”
- Third times the charm
- Spell that only charms people that have three of something: eyes, fingers, weapons, etc.
- Leaves of three let it be
- Too similar to Pod Have Mercy on My Soul
- Three-Ring Circus [Item]
- One…become a sad clown and get sympathy from others
- Two…become a trapeze artist and excel at acrobatics checks
- Three…become a lion tamer and excel at animal handling checks, speak to animals
- Up for a threesome
- Misunderstanding of what a threesome is, thinks it just a __________
- Go into a bedroom, light candles, set the mood
- They get out a box of puzzle pieces
- Triple Ayyyy
- roadside wagon/bandit/mercenary assistance
- Very bro-ey orcs “ayyyyyyy”
- “Yo, you should take this wagon and check out my boy who tricks out wagons like this”
- Three Strikes and You’re Out
- Bowling tourney
- Everyone is really fragile
- You can’t do TOO well, or you hurt feelings
- More than three strikes…you’re out
- Three-Dimensions…2-D plane of reality, switch places
- 2-D being comes into this plane of existence and needs to return home
- Party can roll him up and carry him under their arm or fold him and tuck him away into a book.
- Liked this one a lot, but couldn’t think of what else to do with it
Which of the above do you wish we built out further?