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Made a wonderful bribe for my Dungeonmaster on my Wednesday game. I used a piece of 12 guage bronze as the cotter pins.
0.2mm layer height
And what, pray tell, did this bribe earn you? A last second save from death? Some unexpected sweet look found? Or did the DM surprise your party with an ambush of 20 beholders to show bribery will get you nowhere?
It earned me getting separated from the rest of the party... and the other half of the party was the one that got attacked by the dragon. By the time the rest of us get there, it'll be whittled down quite a bit, and have used most of its Legendary Resistance uses (5th ed thing).
Now you just need to print him a bunch of my terrain (or openforge) and convince your DM that 5th edition is for chumps and 4th edition is the only real edition of D&D :-D
HERETIC!!! Honestly, I hated 4e. It didn't fell like D&D at all, more like a cross between a tabletop wargame and an MMO... Even so, no matter how much we beg, our party cannot convince our GM to use a map... resulting in things like a fireball in a 30x30 room only being able to hit 3 out of 10 orcs...