I haven't got much to say here about this episode--and, come to think of it, I didn't have much to say when I was DMing it.
Which is maybe why I like it.
Because you can think up ideas and mechanics and monsters and locations and plots and places all day long but the real point of all that shit is just to give the players something to laugh at each other about.
So if you can do it with just one dumb animal from the Random Wilderness Encounter table, then, yeah, rock, that's some efficient fucking D&D right there.
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