8 Tips

I use to think Dungeon Delving was a Nightmare until I learned these 8 helpful tips. Number 5 will blow your mind!
The first time I went Dungeon Delving I was in the sewers underneath my house. I heard some chittering under my floor one day and the next morning my living room was cleared out. All that was left was a noticeable hole in my floor and a stiff, smelly breeze. I grabbed my uncle’s hand-axe (I inherited it from him after he died. I kept it next to my bed as a conversation starter) and a pot lid. Normally, I would have brushed it off but they took my rent money (which I cleverly hid inside my candle box).
Unlike a few of my friends (you know the kind) this was my first time delving. Because unlike them, I had a steady job as a cook. By the time they were 22 they were already experienced delvers and I didn’t take much interest in it. They were Dungeon-Punks and I was just a wanna be. Long story short, I got my rent back but not before I learned some important lessons. Mathis Glenbrook- Amateur Delver and Cook.
  1. Take it slow.
  2. TAKE IT SLOW.
  3. Don’t be afraid to get dirty and maybe a little bloody.
  4. Light is your friend.
  5. Mind-Flayers are no joke.
  6. Carry a big stick. Shove it in things.
  7. Observe everything around you as fast as you can.
  8. When in doubt run.
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