Here it is: the awaited solution to the Infamous Angry Riddle Solution. Enjoy. Hahaha. Just kidding. You’re going to hate it. And I’m not sorry.
Once upon a time, six years ago, I ran a contest on my website. And people were furious. As a fun bit of bonus content, here’s the story and the logic puzzle that infuriated my budding fanbase.
Psionics sucks. Let me explain.
In this installment of Ask Angry, I field questions about how alignment works in the Angryverse (when I’m not too lazy to give a f$&%) and how to figure out how to use my Paragon Monster rules with the ludicrously over complicated encounter balancing system in D&D 5E.
Bullywugs are everywhere. Every nook, every cranny, every little out of the way swamp or lake seems to be filled with them when you are of a certain level. They go away eventually. But what, actually, are they? Where did they come from? What inspired them? And just who is responsible for them in the first place?
I hate reading long, drawn out player back-stories that go nowhere. Holy s$&%. Why do players think they are novelists? Here’s a simpler way to get useful backstories without a lot of useless extra drivel.