During some "DM story prompts" I quickly, and quite literally became a DM on accident for a short little D&D session This was that story
I would like to roll a perception check to see if I can find any single-seeming females in this bar.
I don't have my dice with me, but Roll 20 gave me a 10 and my main Tiefling Druid has a bonus of +2 on perception checks.
You notice that there ARE women in this bar. Some of them are probably single.
May the odds be ever in your favor... as long as you roll well
I would like to approach the sweetest looking one and ask her how her night is going. I have a Charisma score of 14 and a +2 modifier.
F Dammnit that's a 5 roll +2 is 7. Is my sincere but flustered-by-her-beauty advance charming?
Can we also get a description for the mind's theater? (Also, and it's weird to say, you do know my type.)
The sweetest looking one is a half elf with short black hair. She has a black symbol painted on to her face on the left cheek (Wisdom roll?). She also happened to be playing the fiddle with the band that was performing for tonight's entertainment.
She finds you odd... yet charming. Because it was brave of you to climb onstage.
The patrons, however, are less than thrilled. As they start to throw random objects in your general direction.
[poorly controlled laughter]
I would like to make a quick check on that symbol if I can / retcon it into our interaction before the throwing begins. That's a 9 +2 so 11
And Ignatious has an AC of 12 in the form of a leather-padded tunic and pants and a hooded poncho. He's also resistant to fire (Teifling)
(As per his Outlander background) he pulls out his Ukulele and asks to join in the set.
You do notice that all of the band members also have versions of black face paint in different symbols and designs. The symbol means something... but you can't quite put your finger on it.
Some of the audience have loosed a few flagons and stools and such. You take 3 damage.
The band frontman, clearly upset that you're onstage with them, agrees and then does this
(You can pick up on context clues he means you and the fiddle player.)
Real quick, with a perception of 15 +2 17 do I feel that I pick a song or should I defer to what they begin playing next?
You see the glare from the frontman that you should NOT take the reins here... Follow the girls lead on the fiddle.
Alright, so he lets the band count in and watches the fiddler (keenly) to find how to jump in.
That performance roll's a 12 with a +2 performance modifier, but he's +2 proficient with the Ukulele so it's actually a 16