>>44651394 I try to put Crazy Hassan in all of my games somewhere, mostly because the party I play with likes him a running gag in our games. I've had him sell scuba camels, give the players money for taking his camels, and even had a short side quest to rescue Hassan from camels that had gone over to ISIS. Good times.
>>44651394 Out of everything /tg/ has ever made, Hassan is the greatest. He can fit in any setting, any game, and dosen't require any prior knowledge or setup. Best of all, he won't take up too much of the spotlight, as he is a one-two time occurrence.
Hassan is all about the placement and timing, just like an awesome joke.
One of the player's backgrounds was a story that ended with him wandering the deserts, only to find a dying man and his camel. The man said that the camel was very special to him. He decided to make one last sale for the wanderer, the price being a promise to ensure the camel lives a happy and fulfilling life.
I just turn him into a merchant when the PCs need a camel mount or something. He's always there when the PCs need him, and he's the least expensive camel dealer there is. I play Pathfinder and gave him 4 domains. He has a small following in Osirion.
One of our PC's died mid-campaign and we were in the back end of nowhere. So the GM ruled that Crazy Hassan came to visit and sold us a 'genuine ranger camel.' So we finished that arc of the campaign with our ranger playing a camel who'd spit in the place of shooting arrows. When we got back to town we parted ways with Spitwad and picked up their new character, a warlord.
Spitwad became a running joke in the campaign though. Since it knew what the bbeg was up to from our time with it, it had assembled a camel mirror party. If we left relatively unimportant loose ends - like some minor villain or side quest we passed for time restraints then we'd later hear the camels had taken care of it.
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