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>Make a bear character in D&D 3.5
>Make bear a rogue, put every point I can into disguise
>Prestige class as a spy to get more disguise
>DM says I can't speak english
>Max out bluff
>By growling and gesturing, I can fake speaking a language I don't speak (english) use money to hire a butler NPC
>Give him magical item to let him speak bear
>"An excellent suggestion, Mister Bearington. We really should ask the group to investigate the Black Marsh
>Over the course of the game, be knighted as Sir Bearington
>Queen holds a dinner in my honor.
>A guest becomes the first man to ever make a perception check that can beat my disguise
>Man is escorted out of the castle while the guards apologise profusely for the indignity
>"We're so sorry, Sir Bearington, very sorry for this man's behavior"
also general DnD thread with stories of your animal classes
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Good Morning/Afternoon/Night, /an/.
Just wanted to let you know it's actually snowing, finally. We are supposed to get roughly two feet.
Humphrey was so excited to play in the measly half-inch that melted the same day, can't wait to see how we reacts to all the snow tomorrow. It's already covered all the bushes and bent down some of the younger trees we planted.
I will take plenty of photos of him tommorrow if it's not snowing too heavily since I don't want to ruin my camera.
In the mean time, anyone else getting snow? If so, are you playing in it? (you should). My niece can't get enough of the stuff and my brother bought a sled. I plan to build an igloo.
Corn snake care?
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Hey /an/. Seeing as I haven't had pets for years, I've never really been to this board.
In a few weeks though, I might end up caring for a corn snake. The poor thing was abandoned by its owner and the father has been neglecting it terribly.
he's in a tank that's way too small, he's not getting his cage cleaned often enough and is generally just in a state of neglect. I've got the space and time to care for him, but no experience.
But it's that or the poor thing is.... Let's not go there.
So I'm here to learn. I've a stack of websites and articles and I've read a general snake-care book years ago but it seems I left that at my parents house. So I'm basically starting from scratch. I've got handling instructions pat down from experience, I'm going to put him in a 130x70x60 cm ish terrarium with wood as the substrate (Correct word?) until I can locate a shop with something akin to sani-chips. Tomorrow I'll be visiting my local reptile store to see what he's got to offer me. I know the guy sells dead mice on the cheap and that's all I have space for really.
Terrarium will be kept in my room on a spacious table with proper heating (But what's the best temperature?), but I've the luck that I keep my room heated highly all throughout the year so that'll help keep it on a right temperature.
What tips and such can you give a first-time snake owner? The Snake in question is the exact one from the picture, and he's about 1,50 meters right now.
I was planning to get a pet snake, but when the option of adopting one got shoved into my lap, I figured it the better option.