What's the shittiest place, with the shittiest atmosphere, you've ever visited during your campaigns?
Shitty on purpose, I mean
A swamp that was a black dragon lair, and it had failures on the veil so magic was all fucked up.
The GM made all loot from the dragon stink so items were sold for half the selling price and face several smell related debuffs .
Abandoned military base in a no-man's land filled with failed super soldier experiments flesh golems made out of sewn together children. The group had to go there to assassinate a neo-nazi necromancer who had a really twisted sense of humor.
It's honestly not that bad, just stay out of Downtown and you'll be fine.
Once, our party found itself in a city where the our mirror images (ergo the party members, only evil) had become the kings of everything and killed everyone that didn't obey their tyrannical rule: lots of people hanging from ropes, rotting corpses and misery everywhere.
There wasn't much that could be shittier.
Nah man, I been to Orlando for vacation and if you go anywhere that isn't the designated vacation areas, Orlando is like a demon shit hole the likes of which will drive you mad.
You think the stories about leaving resort areas in Mexico are bad? This is close to it. Only instead of getting shanked by drug cartels or crazed animal attacks and shit water, it's old people hopped up on bath salts and ready to shoot you if you say you don't like Donald Trump.
Literally hell on earth. From a distance its magic forces you to see a gleaming city (this effect is increased tenfold at night, sunglasses may be needed to prevent damaged retinas) that beckon you to come near. Worst is that they send agents out in a disinformation/recruitment campaign to entice the unwary. It is an ever worsening blight that can't currently be measured how far gone its gotten since they send back all investigatory agents as counteragents who must be euthanized from a safe distance.
There was a plane where everyone lived in giant airships because the ground was covered by malevolent forests that tried to kill you with exploding pinecones and natural ballista bolts.
It was ruled by a paranoid demigod nutjob who scryed on pretty much everyone 24/7. 80% of the population was living on poverty standards and being taxed into oblivion. Nobody could actually do anything about it because aforementioned demigod was so entrenched, and had such a vastly ridiculous surveillance network that attempting to revolt was impossible. Everyone, bar not a single soul we met, was a cynical bastard who had long since given in to despair and was entirely willing to betray us if it meant surviving another week under the heel of King Asshole.
Then we found out that King Asshole was also vivisecting people who couldn't pay his ridiculous taxes in order to harvest their humanity and power himself up.
After about six months of utter fucking misery, we had screwed up enough that a Bad End was a guarantee (Who knew, trying to be the good guys in this world means you get fucked) and we were given the option to use an ancient device to reset the clock and piss off to a different plane to start over, we genuinely considered using it to open a portal to the plane of water and drown the entire world, because it just straight up wasn't worth saving.
North NJ is fine. Nice, even.
South NJ is one of the worst places in America.
It's basically because North NJ is rich and republican, and they pay the taxes to support the bottom 90% of the the state who happen to be lazy democrats.
I already did that after breaking out of their stupid prison. I killed the douche mine owner and his guards, zombified them and had then kill everything I could find while I shot fireballs everywhere and stole anything not nailed down. It was extremely cathartic considering everything that town put me through.
You do know that dems outweigh reps population-wise by a huge huge amount and that its now considered a firmly liberal state, has almost all of the northern population under democrat where as republicans that do exist are almost exclusively in south jersey, jersey shore is the only real place where theres an even split, you have the strictest gun laws as well, right? the only thing remotely republican about jersey is your governor.
The first time I saw Markarth, I thought to myself 'Look at those towers! Look at the waterfalls! This place is gorgeous!'
At least Riften had the decency to look like a shithole.
I'd have to say the slums of a LE city we traveled through once
Though your comic reminds me of the time our sorcerer talked a dragoness into anal and didn't account for the size difference
> Party is chasing a rogue wizard who stole a necromantic artifact that made Blackrazor and the Cloak of the Undead King look like a dildo and a feather boa
> Wizard escapes by using the typical necromancer cult, fleeing in the traditional flying black skycastle while shitting out hordes of contractually obligated undead monsters
> Party catches up through wave after wave of bat skeletons, crash landing on the sky castle's landing pad
> Upon entering, find the sky castle had been at the bottom of the ocean
> Smells like rotting meat, bonemeal and tuna
> Worse yet, the rotting meat had formed a kind of necromorph creature and we had to go plodding around in its guts to find the artifact
> Everything is trapped
> Everything else is broken and doesn't work
> Everything that isn't a trap or a broken piece of shit is a monster
> Cleric's mind breaks when he tries to heal a civilian only to find that the civilian is undead, and the revenant gets horribly burned to death
> Have to fight our way through mobs of reanimated peasants who didn't know they were undead and didn't understand why they were being forced to fight us all the while
We had to cut through a Shadow Dragon and six heroic-tier wizards to get to the artifact. Just when we got our hands on it and saved the fucking kingdom, the whole cocksucking place collapsed around us.
I hated that fucking dungeon.
>Valley of Defilement
Did it also have a best girl?
Our ranger's backstory involves being the only one to crawl out of sphincter shaped canyon in generations.
He could only scream as he was press-ganged into acting as the guide for the poor dumb merchant caravan who spotted him.
What's that picture from, OP? On this one MUD I play there's a type of FTL that rides through a rift between dimensions and causes visions for characters, and one of the visions is of the ship they're in riding through a digestive tract.
Man, this show hits me right in the feels.
Sure, Ash suffered in the movies but at least he got out of those situations. Seeing this show it becomes clear they left significantly deeper marks. He became the kind of person who fantasises about Jacksonville.
Dwänholf is a close second.
But Dwänholf is just Anima's Golden Traingle with Not!Roanapur and Not!Raccoon City.
Moth is Every medieval-19th century folk myth incarnate, and it's capital is essentially Detroit Michigan with more demons.