The Rise of the Tit Cleric

For the past few weeks I’ve been prepping a game of Waterdeep Dragon Heist for my regular Wednesday night game. Since we finished off Strahd awhile back, I took a month or so off to prep by reading, taking notes, and building out the roll20 campaign. One of the neat things with Roll20 lately is the ability to create characters very quickly with using the Charactermancer. It’s nice and allows you to build a new usable PC.

I wanted to play around with the Charactermancer the day before our session started, mostly so i could help out one of our newest players with the build process, since it was her first time playing and building a PC.

I ran through it the first time making a Cleric using the name I use for most of my PCs, Alpaca Pepper. I made a cleric since i knew the group was without a healer, and figured if things went south in the opening encounter in the Yawning Portal (a fight against a Troll and a group of Stirges) I could drop a quick heal or two to keep the party up right.

I did a google search for “female cleric image” and probably due to the algorithms in my web browsing traffic I got some scantily clad images of women in armor.

Oh well, i took the first one there and copied the picture over to Roll20. Loading it up to the new character I made took a few seconds and i made a token for it and dropped it on the map as well. I also made a fighter and a wizard as well and made them a similar adventuring group to the PC’s that will probably show up from time to time.

Unfortunately however, this story has a side side. Doug, who is playing Tabby in the game, showed the roll20 interface to his wife. She apparently took offense to my clerics picture and called her “Tit Cleric”. 🙁 So I changed her name in the game to Tit Cleric now and thus she has entered into D&D lore (in my games) as TC.

LONG LIVE TC!

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