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The silliest revenge villain ever
« on: April 11, 2013, 04:40:54 pm »
In our 3.5 D&D party we came across a farm house with pigs inside. One pig ran out and got slaughtered, the other was asleep. The Roark the half-orc decided to throw a flask of acid at the sleeping pig, which didn't kill it, did scare it and it ran off too. It was not killed by the party. So I wonder what happened to it and thought of this possibility for a Revenge Villain:

Take the boar out of the MM, have a druid cast Awaken on it (and assume its intelligence is on the high end of the 3d6 roll, and have one of its bonus languages be Draconic), have it take Ranger levels (favoured enemy orc (which includes half-orc) mixed with Barbarian levels (for rage), followed by 1-2 Assassin levels (for the spontaneous arcane spells) and then take at least nine levels of Dragon Disciple (maybe 10, and have it have black dragon ancestry for the acid immunity - no more acid flask tricks on *this* pig!). Why DD? That allows this creature to get wings, so that it can revenge on the half-orc When Pigs Fly. Roark's days are numbered!
Game MASter that is comPLETEly unfair!