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Grieving a Lost Beard | D&D (Lost Mines Of Phandelver HARDCORE) #dnd #dungeonsanddragons

World of Io – Ioverse
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He’s got the bald madness
Edited by JohnnyTuxedo
From : Lost Mines of Phandelver / Phandelver and Below HARDCORE Session 17 :

BrettUltimus DMs Lost Mines Of Phandelver HARDCORE in the World of Io/Ioverse campaign setting for D&D 5e! Starring Joefudge, Juniper, CrownedDM, and Tomato
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  1. The bald madness genuinely sounds like something out of "Dwarf Fortress"

  2. with beard: oh a dwarf, hey beard guywithout beard: you are a thumb from spy kids

  3. The saddest thing about this is I'm pretty sure dwarves dont shave at all, so he's been growing that beard literally his entire life only to have it sheared off.

  4. I like that when Tommy says the bald madness is a myth it means it's an actual in universe thing and that what happened to turg has probably happened to at least one other dwarf who went insane

  5. Beware the Bald Madness, it can transform even the most steadfast dwarf into a pitiful wretch.

  6. "a dwarve's beard is his pride. To lose it is to shame his ancestors. And we all know how dwarves handle shame."

  7. I truly love that the first reaction to Turg crying is laughter.

  8. poor turg, he needs a beard potion or something

  9. A Dwarf’s spirit is stored in the beard. A Dwarf without one…is a sorry sight.

  10. Please I hope Turg one day finds a Belt of Dwarvenkind so it grows back quickly.

  11. The editor really popped off with this one, baby 🙏

  12. Like a flag… You put the token upside down when You're in distress

  13. The Bald Madness is syndrome is Dwarven culture, but is a fairly tale in others because no one has seen a dwarf without a beard.

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