Player: I rolled a Natural 20! That’s a 27 total.
DM: For what?
DM: Oh I see. You will need to roll again.
Player: What?! Why?
DM: It’s pitch black in here.
Player: …I perceive through my skin!
She discovered that she was cold and damp. Definitely in a cave. 100% certain of it.
Player: I do love a bit of goblin.
Many a raised eyebrow ensued.
Student: The people behind the Gunpowder Plot were all Catholics. They were unhappy about the way they were treated. At the time, England was a Prostitute country.
What have I been teaching them?
Student: You know everything we’ve been looking at? The Treaty of Versailles… The League of Nations…
Teacher: I do, yes.
Student: Did it really happen?
Teacher (passively): Yes. History as a study of things in the past.
Student (nodding): Okay cool, thank you sir.
[Student goes back to work, but sees their friend staring at them open-mouthed.]
Student (unwavering): It was a 50-50 question, so I had to ask.
If you do not ask, you do not learn.
DM: You don’t know. You’ve never tried balancing on a dead shark before.
After that day, they did know. It did not go well.
Student: I could never be a spy. I can’t do a roly-poly.
James Bond is famous for his forward rolls.