After an unlikely stroke of luck resulted in major character development, however, I’m reconsidering my stance on near-impossible rolls.
I love intrigue, politics and drama, but sometimes it’s fun to kick back and relax with a dungeon crawl.
Houserules are a cherished aspect of tabletop gaming that can allow groups to tailor the experience to their liking. But sometimes even minor modifications can end up causing unexpected problems, and nowhere is this more apparent that in the confusion over critical misses in D&D 5E.
Who knew that those broomsticks from The Sorcerer’s Apprentice could be so incredibly deadly? Going by the rules of Animate Objects one of them should have been able to beat Mickey to death within a couple of turns.