I am drawing inspiration from the Kill Bargle adventure in dungeon but find it a bit disappointing. It is too many kobolds and not enough mad. The first is Bargle himself: why did he kill Aleena, and why’s he sitting in a dungeon waiting to be killed? The second was Venthavaxus: what’s. The Gold Dragon Inn is a fairly typical inn, in the usually quiet town of Stronghold. Yet it’s oddly quiet, today. Ordinarily, the tavern should be.
A dice game of bloody vengeance! Aleena can’t find Bargle, and is starting to look worried.
Suddenly, the sound of bagle spell comes from a far corner of the room! The cleric turns and runs in that direction, waving her mace and shouting.
The black-robed magic-user appears in the same corner as the spell noise, with a glowing arrow floating in the air beside him. He points at Aleena; the arrow shoots out, and hits her!
Dungeon World: Adventure Conversion for Kill Bargle! – neuronphaser
She wails and falls with a sigh, collapsing in the middle of the room. The glowing arrow disappears. You kneel by the cleric, and gently turn her over.
Alas, Bargle’s magical spell has taken her life. Bargle, the murdering bastard, escapes leaving the fair Aleena lying dead at your feet! From that terrible day ’til this you have been filled with a burning, all consuming desire for bloody revenge! Barglr taken kiill twenty-five years but you’ve finally tracked the evil magic-user down and have him cornered.
Now, you will kill Bargle! When I read this I thought you were talking about an barhle DF member Still, a great idea! Now all I need is a sack full of rusty coffin nails Thanx for the dedication, and for remembering Gregor Hutton.
Never thought at the time that Bargle would become so infamous Bargle and Aleena deserve their own game! I’ve emailed Gregor and the barg,e bearers of the Kill Bargle t-shirts about this!
Bargld blogged about it yesterday: Guys, I just downloaded the Kill Bargle instructions and I have a couple of questions. Do players not take any damage from Bargle if Bargle wins jill roll? Players don’t have to turn over a rusty nail to Bargle? Also, if a player is killed by Bargle, is the die that that player was using lost also?
If Bargle rolls a 1 does he still lose a rusty nail if a player rolls higher than him even though the lowest rolling player is charmed? In other words, do barglr rules apply to bargle at the same time or is Bargle safe this time from taking barle because he rolled a 1? Hi Spyder, welcome to DF. Thanks for the quick response. I bargl playing this with my kids and these situations occurred and I found that they were not exactly covered in the rules.
OK, I was playing bargle alone today and came up with a couple more scenarios that don’t seem to be covered in the rules. What happens when Bargle rolls a 1 and there is only one player left alive?
That player is “charmed”, but there is no one else to continue the battle. I might rule that bargle automatically wins here because the player can’t attack and anything Bargle rolls would beat a “non rolling” player.
Say all five players are still alive. Bargle rolls a 1 and one other player rolls a 1.
This player is killed. Does the next lowest dice roll become charmed?
Or is it that the killed character counts as the charmed character per the rules? Thanks again for bringing clarity to my gaming experience. I don’t know why, but this game fascinates me.
Dungeon World: Adventure Conversion for Kill Bargle!
Maybe I’m being anal about the rules, I just want to make sure I get it right when odd circumstances occurr. Will there ever be a Kill Bargle Vol.
Aleena needs to come back from the dead and kick Bargle’s ass.
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