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"So, recently all of you, through various means, have been offered a job by Gundren Rockseeker..."
The first part of the opening narration

A Lover's Quarrel is a D&D 5e game run by a group of five. It consists of Namlet, the GM, trying to solve the problems caused by his terrible, terrible four players: Mochi, Heywood, Green Diamond, and Clockwork. The game begun following the 'Lost Mines of Phandelver', but after a 0.75 Henderson was reached, the story branched off into a more original plot, while still following the basic story of the module.

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The campaign can be watched here, including the RP session which is on the aforementioned twitch channel. The sessions roughly go for 3 hours. Two of the episodes (four & five) were saved under the name 'A Tragic Divorce' due to the intended nature of those episodes being the darkest.


A Lover's Quarrel contains examples of:

  • Death Is Cheap: If you roll a Nat 1 on your death save, at least. The best example of this would be Zaagark, who died for 2 episodes, and then came back, like the other two, in cahoots with the table.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: An omnipotent, immortal, all-powerful god. What form do they take? A table.
  • Hope Spot: At the start of the orc fight in Episode 3, the players were convinced they had it handled. They didn't.
  • I Think You Broke Him: At the end of episode 5, Zaagark gets completely and utterly stuck in a blanket. The GM stopped the session there because he needed a break.
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  • I Thought You Were Dead: This occurs in Episode 6 with the return of Zak, but not everybody reacts in the classic 'laughing-into-the-sunset' manner. Dickson's the only person who has no problem with this.

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