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* Jerkass: He'a a min-maxing, hypercompetitive douchebag who is still sore over a perceived betrayal that had occurred years before. But he gets better.

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* Jerkass: {{Jerkass}}: He'a a min-maxing, hypercompetitive douchebag who is still sore over a perceived betrayal that had occurred years before. But he gets better.

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* Jerkass: He'a a min-maxing, hypercompetitive douchebag who is still sore over a perceived betrayal that had occurred years before. But he gets better.


* ShoutOut: When describing the backstory of the Iron Dwarf campaign, he's actually recounting the tale of the Second Sundering, and event in the Forgotten Realms made to explain the differences between fourth and fifth edition. He also mentions the similar events of the Spellplague and the Times of Troubles.

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* KillerGameMaster: He vehemently denies being this, although he has shades of it. He clearly tipped the odds in the players' favor when they fought the Displacer Beast, since a lv. 1 party doesn't have the shadow of a chance of winning that fight.
* ShoutOut: When describing the backstory of the Iron Dwarf campaign, he's actually recounting the tale of the Second Sundering, and event in the Forgotten Realms made to explain the differences between fourth and fifth edition. He also mentions the similar events of the Spellplague and the Times of Troubles. Ao also looks like Creator/MatthewMercer

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* DumbMuscle: She's apparently so used to playing barbarians that, when forced to play Bard, she feels seriously out of her element, and even in situations where a bard could shine, she doesn't consider anything beyond punching until it stops being a problem.


[[folder:Brendan]]
The recurring dungeon master for both the Dungeon Dogs and Table Titans.

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[[folder:Brendan]]
[[folder:Brendan, Wurzel]]
The recurring dungeon master for both the Dungeon Dogs and Table Titans. He later joined the players in season 5.


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!Wurzel
A Boden, magical fae-like creatures that descend from the union of the Timeless and dwarves.


* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: In-universe. When he hits a drow from at least 100 feet, saving the life of Valeria.
-->'''Bulthor''': Land this blow, archer, and the bards of Adbar will sing of it for centuries.


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* SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome: In-universe. When he hits a drow from at least 100 feet, saving the life of Valeria.
-->'''Bulthor''': Land this blow, archer, and the bards of Adbar will sing of it for centuries.

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* TheSmartGuy: While this is most often applied to his character, Draziw, by season 5, Darby has clearly brushed up on D&D lore. He's able to identify a creature that even Alan was unfamiliar with.


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* Expy: During the siege, he would often sneak out with a small group, or even alone, to slaughter orcs. It may have been unintentional, but a certain [[Literature/LordOfTheRings king of Rohan and namesake for a famous location did something similar...]]

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* Expy: During the siege, he would often sneak out with a small group, or even alone, to slaughter orcs. It may have been unintentional, but a certain [[Literature/LordOfTheRings [[Literature/TheLordOfTheRings king of Rohan and namesake for a famous location did something similar...]]


* TheSmartGuy: Mostly in the second season. While we never see the character sheets, he's a wizard and would thus have high intelligence. He's also quick to deduce the meaning of magic spells.

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* TheSmartGuy: Mostly in the second season. While we never see the character sheets, he's a wizard and would thus have high intelligence. He's also quick to deduce the meaning of magic spells.spells, and identify the presence of magic in the Rottwald.

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** Justified in that Valeria and Lulani are implied to, in practice, be the same character. Val never wanted to play bard, but she still wants to participate in the overarching storyline. Could qualify as {{Retcon}}.


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* BigEater: Appears most exited at the prospect of food.


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* NoodleIncident: He dehydrated at some point. We get no context to this, but it was gross.


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* FlatWhat: When Bulthor informs him that they will drop Ironboot Tower on the invading orc army.


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* KarmaHoudini: Beyond losing his entire army and maybe getting crushed by an avalanche, he disappeared at the end of season 2.


* YoueInsane: Not to his face, but he does call the king of Adbar mad.

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* YoueInsane: YoureInsane: Not to his face, but he does call the king of Adbar mad.


* YouReMad: Not to his face, but he does call the king of Adbar mad.

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* YouReMad: YoueInsane: Not to his face, but he does call the king of Adbar mad.


* YoureMad: Not to his face, but he does call the king of Adbar mad.

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* YoureMad: YouReMad: Not to his face, but he does call the king of Adbar mad.


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!First !!First Encounters



!Winter of the Iron Dwarf

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!Winter !!Winter of the Iron Dwarf

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* PutOnABus: He returned to the abbey in season 2


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!Arroc Crowforth
The human ranger played by Alan in the second season. It's unknown how he came to know the crew, but he's an excellent shot, and quite calm and collected, though he prefers the battle option whenever possible.
* CrowningMomentOfAwesome: In-universe. When he hits a drow from at least 100 feet, saving the life of Valeria.
-->'''Bulthor''': Land this blow, archer, and the bards of Adbar will sing of it for centuries.
* FamousLastWords: Lampshades it when Lefleur asks what's the worst that can happen?
* LivingLegend: Bulthor claims that if Arroc makes the shot, he will be remembered in dwarven legends.
* WeaponOfChoice: Bow.
* YoureMad: Not to his face, but he does call the king of Adbar mad.


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* CallBack: In season 2, he carries a knife made with the Displacer Beast eye he got in season 1.


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* PutOnABus: Downplayed, this being D&D where people switch characters regularly, but she was never seen after the time skip to season 2.


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* BadassBoast
--> '''Valeria''': I am Valeria Bronzebottom: Axe Maiden of Hammerfast, destroyer of the Eye Tyrant of Brockhurst, [[ContinuitySnarl Liberator of Haverford]], and I will not be '''mocked'''.
* BarbarianHero
* BerserkButton: She does ''not'' take kindly to being called "girl" in a mocking manner, or mockery in general.
* ContinuitySnarl: Somewhat justified, but she claims to be the liberator of Haverford. While it's the same player, that deed was done by Lulani, not Valeria.
* LetMeAtHim: Attempts to assault Valeria when she orders him around like a valet. He's held back by Arroc.
* OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame: Valeria (and the other dwarves) is pretty much an archetypical [[Creator/JRRTolkien Tolkienesque]] dwarf, outside of being female and not having a beard.


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* WeaponOfChoice: Fittingly an axe, and later a mattock.


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* OpenAndShut: Uses the ''Knock'' spell to open a door in the Adbar citadel.
* SupernaturalSensitivity & MySignificanceSenseIsTingling: While traveling around in the Underdark, Draziw sense some magic nearby. He's even able to differentiate it from the transmutation magic used to animate the horse construct used by the dwarves. He can also perform the divination ''Detect Magic''.


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* OhCrap: When he realizes what Torm's answer meant.
* DivineIntervention: Before the Adbar counterattack, he prays to Torm for guidance. The gauntlet leaves little doubt to who answered.


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* OpenSaysMe: They don't have time for Lefleur to pick Bulthor's cell's lock.
* ShoutOut: Directly references Drizzt Do'Urden from the Iceland Dale trilogy.


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* ShoutOut: When describing the backstory of the Iron Dwarf campaign, he's actually recounting the tale of the Second Sundering, and event in the Forgotten Realms made to explain the differences between fourth and fifth edition. He also mentions the similar events of the Spellplague and the Times of Troubles.
* SlasherSmile: Delivers a couple. When preparing the next session for the Dungeon Dogs, and when the Table Titans are fighting over what


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!First Encounters


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!Winter of the Iron Dwarf
[[folder:Dwarves]]
The dwarves of the citadels in Winter of the Iron Dwarf
* BadassBeard: Several
* OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame
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[[folder:Bulthor Grimaxe]]
Hammer of Clan Adbar, and a trusted advisor to the king.
* BadassBeard
* PrayerIsALastResort: After being wrongfully imprisoned, and hearing that Harnoth is planning a head-on attack, he acknowledges that there is nothing left to do but pray.
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[[folder:Simon Goodfellow]]
A drow who wishes to exert more power on the surface. He manipulates Valeria into leading the dwarves into a hopeless slaughter.
* BecauseISaidSo: Disguised as Dumathoin, he claims his word is beyond contestation. If you know the Forgotten Realms gods, you know that's not really the case.
* DivideAndConquer: Part of his plan.
* GodGuise: Disguises himself as the dwarven god Dumathoin, god of mining and protector of the dead.
* VillainsNeverLie: Zigzagged. The party are in disagreement about wether or not Simon is lying to them.
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[[folder:King Harnoth]]
King of the Adbar dwarves. The siege and
* BadassBeard
* 24HourArmor: Lampshaded by Brendan.
* Expy: During the siege, he would often sneak out with a small group, or even alone, to slaughter orcs. It may have been unintentional, but a certain [[Literature/LordOfTheRings king of Rohan and namesake for a famous location did something similar...]]

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