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Thread starter Annie Bulloch Start date Jun 29, Realistic relationships are unlikely to develop that much in a one-shot, or in a style of play which de-emphasizes role play in favor of action. GMMichael Guide of Modos. Annie Bulloch said:. Click to expand We had one in a HotDQ campaign An unlikely pair, a neutral good paladin, and a chaotic neutral wizard, separated and in a stressful position, explored being "friends with benefits". Over time that matured and they were pretty close, on more than one occasion sacrificing to help the other. In the end, though they never fully committed and split apart at the campaign's close.

In a way, it was one of those implicit relationships, rather than explicit ones. They never really talked about it, but showed it through their actions. Not formalizing it though made it easier for it to slip through their fingers.

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Blue Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal. When playing is a different matter. Heck, one super setting I played in multiple campaigns in the same setting was half superheros and half soap-opera in terms of interpersonal relationships. Lots of romance happening. Both working and failing spectacularly. Umbran Mod Squad Staff member. DMMike said:.

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It would be weird not to include it Annie Bulloch First Post. Does that mean there was a chance for critical fails? In making out? Two of the characters in D&d romance stories game are married in real life. Two other characters are married in game to NPCs.

It's a sand box game in which the PCs have made friends obviously and enemies. Umbran said:. There are other cases. In my 5e game, two of the players are 14 year old girls, and I am a grown man. I could be similarly awkward if your game is in, say, your work environment. I run a game that D&d romance stories several instances of pcs married, both to other pcs and to npcs. Romance has been a plot point multiple times. I run a fairly hardcore sandbox campaign, with an emphasis on the passage of time and downtime. Since 5e launched, around 6 years of game time have passed.

I also run multiple groups with lots of players, and most players end up with a 'stable' of different pcs in the milieu. I've created a set of rules for finding romance with an npc as a downtime activity; the DMG carousing downtime activity also has romance as a potential result.

So in my game, we've ended up with at least the following relationships: A pc ranger who died had an npc girlfriend who he met in play his group spent tons of time in a brewery ; A pair of pcs who had a drunken one-night stand ended up getting married after the man a monk was ennobled and then pressed to produce an heir; A pc tabaxi spent around six months of downtime traveling to a tabaxi enclave to find and woo a suitable mate and has had kids; Said tabaxi's sister also had some romance, but an unsuccessful one; Another pc noble got married to an orcish princess for political reasons; A pc gnome got caught up in romance via the aforementioned carousing downtime, and the romance has stuck.

I may be forgetting some others. I'm also a huge fan of multi-generation campaigning; several of those have produced kids, who are eventual future pc options for the players. Lanefan Victoria Rules. It's a near-constant sub-theme: within our games it's nigh-guaranteed that some PCs at any given time will be doing some or all of: chase, pair off, separate, quarrel, flirt, romantically cheat on each other, get married, sleep around, get jealous, etc.

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Another has sworn off any and all romantic involvements because background and history and possible personal-story ideas later. Another will sleep with just about anybody human, elf, or part-elf just for the fun of it.

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Another mostly sees flirtation and even sex as just one more tool of the spy trade. And so on So yeah, I think the game is immensely better with PC romance etc. MonkeezOnFire Adventurer. The character I currently play was involved in a romantic relationship with another PC until the other player had to quit the campaign due to scheduling.

I play a human devotion paladin and she played a tiefling wild sorcerer which sounds bonkers, but they had similar upbringings D&d romance stories their personalities were cute together. Our characters had talked one on one a couple of times, sharing details about each other and bits of backstory.

After some time we started D&d romance stories them showing s of interest. She'd get a bit jealous when he flirts with other women. He would try to march beside her whenever possible. Things finally came together when the party learned they would be facing off against a basilisk and her character essentially said "screw this, I'm not dying before confessing my feelings. They would go on dates and they eventually introduced each other to their families as our travels brought us to our respective home towns.

Both coming from noble families of different kingdoms those were some interesting sessions. When the other player had to leave she had her character run away from the party without saying goodbye, only leaving a note. This left my character fairly devastated and he's still dealing with the heart break to some extent. There is a possibility the character will come back as an NPC, but we agreed that since it would be weird continuing the romance with the GM playing her instead so there's no real chance of them getting back together.

But such is life when you fall in love with a being of chaos. There are so many ways in-game romance can turn out either well or horribly, for characters and players alike. If so, did it add an enjoyable element to your story, or create any issues? EthanSental Adventurer.

Hasn't happened in our group in over 30 years of gamingbut we are teenage boys and now men and none have played female characters. Chaderick Explorer.

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The last campaign I ran ran for fifteen years in real life, spanned decades of game time. By the time the heroes went off to save the universe at the dawn of time, they were leaving behind children who were D&d romance stories teenagers. The current campaign I run is set about five years after the old one ended, and the players are mostly playing their former characters'.

To be fair, one is playing the grandson of an NPC whom the old heroes had redeemed Gilean Vel, for any old Necromancer Games fansand another is playing the time-tossed young version of his original character. But, yes SMHWorlds Adventurer. If you played in the Living Greyhawk can't speak to Living City or the other Living games then I suspect you at least knew about some hip deep soap opera level romances.

In every region It has to be consent all around, I think.

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However, there is no reason that action oriented or one shots cannot have some kind of energy involved in them. Just many fewer details. Osgood Adventurer. Interestingly, the married couple I play with avoid romance between their characters like the plague. They also sit as far from one another as possible, and bicker out of character a lot. Actually I think they might be on the road to divorce Tony Vargas Legend. Tony Vargas said:.

Not as often as other games, like Storyteller. Lylandra Adventurer. Happens quite often. I've had a young noblewoman falling for a same-age paladin who both didn't know jack about relationships or love or intimacy. She then ran away from an arranged marriage, got disinherited and started training as a paladin as well. Right now, the two PCs I DM for are both in a relationship with two NPC women, one of them is a permanent party member who just got married to the PC they are about to go on a suicide mission and wanted D&d romance stories make it official who was romancing around before.

The other one seduced a local ruler and D&d romance stories realized that there was more to her than just a pretty face. My own PC is in a kind of latent relationship as well it's complicatedso But it isn't that hard to romance when one of your players is your husband and the other a close friend. Sure, it's happened in various ways. Example: I played in an "ensemble cast" type of campaign where there were a small of players but we had varying PCs.

It was set in the City of Greyhawk, and we had various adventures in the area over the course of a few years of game time. One of my PCs, Buckminster Burrmaster II, was kind of a n'er-do-well halfling fighter who'd not been happy in halfling society and was somewhat outcast due to his adventuring ways. After his friend Borlin the Dwarf got killed by a demon, he cashed out his magic items and went courting, eventually marrying Euphemia Morris, youngest daughter of the pipeweed magnate Philip Morris.

Two PCs got introduced at his wedding, later.

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