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22nd May '16 7:16:26 PM bweb
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* When Dungeon Master tells them there is great danger ahead, Eric can only reply, "What now, Oh Terrible Tour Guide?"
22nd May '16 7:08:08 PM bweb
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--> '''Eric''': WHY ARE YOU BUGGING ME! ASK HIM! (points offscreen to reveal Dungeon Master, who [[StealthHiBye wasn't there a second ago]].

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--> '''Eric''': WHY ARE YOU BUGGING ME! ASK HIM! (points offscreen to reveal Dungeon Master, who [[StealthHiBye wasn't there a second ago]]. \n)
22nd May '16 7:07:34 PM bweb
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* Eric points out to Hank that even if Diana and Kosar can see his flares, they'd have no way of signaling back, and then rebukes Presto for pulling a map of Pittsburgh from his hat. The others, tired of his negativity, ask him what ''he'' thinks they should do. He fumbles for a second, then gives us this gem:
--> '''Eric''': WHY ARE YOU BUGGING ME! ASK HIM! (points offscreen to reveal Dungeon Master, who [[StealthHiBye wasn't there a second ago]].
22nd May '16 7:00:59 PM bweb
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* Eric and Bobby tell Kosar that taking out the Demon will be a piece of cake, and that the Queen will probably thank them. Kosar then explains that the [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Queen IS the Demon.]]
-->'''Eric''': Hold the cake.
22nd May '16 6:51:13 PM bweb
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* When Eric learns that the titular children mature into the very bestial looking Alfor, "You guys grow up to be [[StarWars Wookies?]]"
* Sheila tricks a couple of lizard men into trapping themselves.




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* Facing off against Venger, Eric attempts to make a BadassBoast, telling old hornhead, "Only one of us will survive this, and it's not going to be me!"
* There's just something amusing about seeing Eric, now more comfortable with his new powers, casually zapping the tentacles that are trying to drag their boat under.




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* Eric pulls a WellExcuseMePrincess on Bobby after telling the pint-sized Barbarian that Uni is off hanging with Kosar.
22nd May '16 1:08:49 PM bweb
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* In "Search for the Dungeon Master," Presto demands of his hat something to stop a charging monster. His hat produces a Stop Sign. Presto's sheepish grin as he plants the sign and runs away sells it.



























* Quite a few from the first half of "The Girl Who Dreamed Tomorrow."
** First, Eric, in a panic over the Bullywogs, tries to warn his friends, while they ignore him, resulting in him [[FailedASpotCheck grabbing and shaking a Lizard Man]] to try to get his point across, only to realize a moment later who he was talking to.
** Sheila then volunteers to retrieve him from the Bullywogs and Lizard Men, all of who are fighting over who gets to capture him. Invisible, she slaps a Lizard Man on the ass, and then calmly retrieves Eric, still gibbering, from the ensuring chaos.
























* The beginning of "Dungeon at the Heart of Dawn" includes a [[RunningGag common background shot]] of Hank and Sheila [[SleepCute leaning against each other]]. But this time, when she sees a falling boulder apparently crush Bobby, a frantic Sheila jumps up and runs off... and poor Hank topples over.















* In "Search for the Dungeon Master," Presto demands of his hat something to stop a charging monster. His hat produces a Stop Sign. Presto's sheepish grin as he plants the sign and runs away sells it.
* Quite a few from the first half of "The Girl Who Dreamed Tomorrow."
** First, Eric, in a panic over the Bullywogs, tries to warn his friends, while they ignore him, resulting in him [[FailedASpotCheck grabbing and shaking a Lizard Man]] to try to get his point across, only to realize a moment later who he was talking to.
** Sheila then volunteers to retrieve him from the Bullywogs and Lizard Men, all of who are fighting over who gets to capture him. Invisible, she slaps a Lizard Man on the ass, and then calmly retrieves Eric, still gibbering, from the ensuring chaos.
* The beginning of "Dungeon at the Heart of Dawn" includes a [[RunningGag common background shot]] of Hank and Sheila [[SleepCute leaning against each other]]. But this time, when she sees a falling boulder apparently crush Bobby, a frantic Sheila jumps up and runs off... and poor Hank topples over.

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* In "Search for the Dungeon Master," Presto demands of his hat something to stop a charging monster. His hat produces a Stop Sign. Presto's sheepish grin as he plants the sign and runs away sells it.
* Quite a few from the first half of "The Girl Who Dreamed Tomorrow."
** First, Eric, in a panic over the Bullywogs, tries to warn his friends, while they ignore him, resulting in him [[FailedASpotCheck grabbing and shaking a Lizard Man]] to try to get his point across, only to realize a moment later who he was talking to.
** Sheila then volunteers to retrieve him from the Bullywogs and Lizard Men, all of who are fighting over who gets to capture him. Invisible, she slaps a Lizard Man on the ass, and then calmly retrieves Eric, still gibbering, from the ensuring chaos.
* The beginning of "Dungeon at the Heart of Dawn" includes a [[RunningGag common background shot]] of Hank and Sheila [[SleepCute leaning against each other]]. But this time, when she sees a falling boulder apparently crush Bobby, a frantic Sheila jumps up and runs off... and poor Hank topples over.


21st May '16 11:22:20 PM bweb
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[[AC: The Night of No Tomorrow]]
[[AC: The Eye Of The Beholder]]
[[AC: The Hall Of Bones]]
[[AC: Valley Of The Unicorns]]
[[AC: In Search Of The Dungeon Master]]
[[AC: Beauty And The Bogbeast]]
[[AC: Prison Without Walls]]
[[AC: Servant Of Evil]]
[[AC:Quest Of The Skeleton Warrior]]
[[AC: The Garden Of Zinn]]
[[AC: The Box]]
[[AC: The Lost Children]]
[[AC: P-R-E-S-T-O Spells Disaster]]
[[AC: The Girl Who Dreamed Tomorrow]]
[[AC: The Treasure Of Tardos]]
[[AC: City At The Edge Of Midnight]]
[[AC: The Traitor]]
[[AC: Day Of The Dungeon Master]]
[[AC: The Last Illusion]]
[[AC: The Dragon's Graveyard]]
[[AC: Child Of The Stargazer]]
[[AC: The Dungeon At The Heart Of Dawn]]
[[AC: The Time Lost]]
[[AC: Odyssey Of The Twelfth Talisman]]
[[AC: Citadel Of Shadow]]
[[AC: Cave Of The Fairie Dragons]]
[[AC: The Winds Of Darkness]]
8th Apr '16 11:55:39 PM MisterDT
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* All D&D sourcebooks have this. From the Starter Set:

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* All D&D sourcebooks 5th edition books have this.these. From the Starter Set:
8th Apr '16 11:50:16 PM MisterDT
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* All D&D sourcebooks have this. From the Starter Set:
-->''Disclaimer: Wizards of the Coast is not responsible for the consequences of any failed saving throws, including but not limited to petrification, poison, death magic, dragon breath, spells, or vorpal sword-related decapitations.''
* From Hoard of the Dragon Queen:
-->''Disclaimer: The following adventure contains chromatic dragons. Wizards of the Coast cannot be held liable for characters who are incinerated, dissolved, frozen, poisoned, or electrocuted.''
* From Rise of Tiamat:
-->''Disclaimer: Tiamat does not apologize for TPKs.''
* From the Elemental Evil Player's Companion:
-->''Disclaimer: For safe utilization of elemental magic, remember the following guidelines. You can drink water but not fire. You can breathe air but not earth. You can walk on earth but not on water (unless you have the right pair of boots or spell). You can do a lot of things with fire, but almost all of them are bad ideas.''
* From the Princes of the Apocalypse module:
-->''Disclaimer: Wizards of the Coast urges adventurers to remember that not all rock creatures are earth elementals. A talking rock that controls boulders is a galeb duhr. A talking rock wearing jewelry is a dao. A silent rock that's resistant to non-adamantine weapons is a stone golem. A rock with wings is a gargoyle. A rock without a K is a giant bird. A rock that sits there and does nothing could be just a rock or a balor disguised by an illusion. In all cases, proceed with caution.''
* From the Out of the Abyss module:
-->''Disclaimer: Before you take on demon lords, consult a physician. Do not drink alcohol while taking on demon lords. Taking alcohol and demon lords may increase your risk of death. Other side effects of demon lords may include hallucinations, mindless rage, gluttony, greed, paranoia, self-delusion, bestial urges, nihilism, hedonism, megalomania, a messiah complex, cannibalism, multiple personalities, and homicidal psychosis.''
* From the Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide:
-->''Disclaimer: Wizards of the Coast cannot be held responsible for any actions undertaken by entities native to or currently inhabiting the Forgotten Realms, including necromancer lords of distant magocracies, resident mages of any or all Dales but especially Shadowdale, drow rangers wielding one or more scimitars and accompanied by one or more panthers, mad wizards inhabiting sprawling dungeons accessible via a well in the middle of a tavern, beholders who head up criminal cartels, and anyone with the word Many-Arrows in their name. In the event of a catastrophic encounter with any or all such entities, blame your Dungeon Master. If that doesn't work, blame Ed Greenwood, but don't tell him we told you that. He knows more archmages than we do.''
* Curse of Strahd, anyone?
-->''Disclaimer: Wizards of the Coast cannot be held liable for any lingering side effects of venturing into the dread realm of Ravenloft, such as lycantropy, vampirism, a fear of dead things, a fear of living things, an inability to sleep without a nightlight and a +5 holy avenger under your pillow, and the unsettling suspicion that Strahd is too clever to be so easily defeated and that this is all just part of some grand scheme of his to extend his power beyond Barovia. You didn't think you could escape unless he wanted you to, did you?''
26th Dec '15 10:20:13 AM Julia1984
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* In "Search for the Dungeon Master" Presto demands of his hat something to stop a charging monster. His hat produces a Stop Sign. Presto's sheepish grin as he plants the sign and runs away sells it.

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* In "Search for the Dungeon Master" Master," Presto demands of his hat something to stop a charging monster. His hat produces a Stop Sign. Presto's sheepish grin as he plants the sign and runs away sells it.


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* The beginning of "Dungeon at the Heart of Dawn" includes a [[RunningGag common background shot]] of Hank and Sheila [[SleepCute leaning against each other]]. But this time, when she sees a falling boulder apparently crush Bobby, a frantic Sheila jumps up and runs off... and poor Hank topples over.
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