@Taweret This is fact. Tolkein established this when he talked about how Rivendell has a sweet lazy river and how Elrond loves going down the big fast slide that's super scary.
@breakfastgolem im just asking why a campaign can't evolve traveling to a waterpark possibly through a dimensional portal to obtain enchanted ice cream to banish a demon and save the kingdom
@breakfastgolem what if its the abandoned ruins of an ancient waterpark but the ice cream is mysteriously still fresh and frozen?
@breakfastgolem seriously, the first party member that eats it gets zapped into a dungeon and the others have to find them while they try to find their way out
@breakfastgolem also in the dungeon there's a woman who claims to have been zapped there by custard too but is she telling the truth? 🧐
meanwhile the rest of the party is being hunted by ice monsters but are they monsters or people under a spell? 🧐
It's weird that there isn't MORE ice cream in D&D.
The ability to magically freeze objects is basically a free spell for wizards, right?
It's really weird every single wizard in the world would rather tromp through dungeons than start a food cart that sells frozen treats.
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