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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
Introducing a new kitten
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So this may get kind of confusing, but I'll try and keep it as simple as possible.
I have had my cat for about 12 years. She is declawed, very anti social, and of course very spoiled.
I've recently acquired a new kitten who is a few months shy of a year old. This little guy is VERY playful and not shy AT ALL. He can walk around a grocery store on a leash, meet strangers, and purr in anyone's lap. He has spent the last few days exploring my 3 story town house and eating snacks.
My old cat absolutely fucking hates it. If she sees the new kitten, she goes nuts and starts hissing, growling, and attacking anyone or anything that tries to come near her. I currently have her stationed in one bedroom when the new kitten is out. She has all of her food, water, and litter supplies. Occasionally I'll lock up the new kitten so that my old cat can wander around her house.
I really have no idea how to get these two to get along. I've read about moving their food dishes closer together over time, but I'm not sure how that would work since the new kitten doesn't have any boundaries, and as long as there is a way for him to find my old cat then there will be problems.
Any suggestions for my dumb ass? Thanks!