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2014.06.21 04:43 Njlamp GMM

The best gmm subreddit for mythical beasts near and far, short and tall, big or small, this is the place for (hopefully) peaceful and appreciative convorsations.

2017.03.17 14:12 Ludogsonthemoon Clothes for the tall and long.

A support group for tall people who are sick of baggy clothing.

2012.04.27 02:28 EnoughLibertarianSpam: Aleppo Information Station

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2023.05.30 20:05 Morvudd Feel like I’m trying to hard to create a complicated villain and story arc

Essentially, I am trying to build up a world that leads to a secret BBEG near the end of the campaign. I wanted to build up to a confrontation with a group of mind flayers which are believed to be the cause of the loss of magic in the world over the last century, as well as some type of “madness” disease that had been spreading as well, as their depiction in religious texts paint their race and world as mysterious and evil. In reality, these catastrophes are actually caused by an aboleth, which has been traveling through plains and essentially consuming gods to steal their power and combine the planes to bring back primordial chaos. I pictured there essentially being one portal on each plane to connect them, and the mind flayers have actually fled to the material plane after their home and race was destroyed by the aboleth, essentially acting as the last line of defense to keep the portal closed and prevent the aboleth from completing its plan. There are some other things I plan on throwing in, but I feel that I am making this too complicated and creating way too many plot holes (I could probably also explain this way better, but the fact it takes so long to explain is what scares me lol). Should I take a step back and reevaluate this before starting a campaign that shoehorns the players too much and could have too many plot holes?
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2023.05.30 20:05 Few_Range6900 Raggedy retaliating 5 star passenger.

Was working an area I don't normally venture into. I took a minimum fare short distance 5 star pax. Got a message that they were walking towards whatever street. Then shortly after another that states still in lot.. Ok cool! Pull into a rather dead plaza.. 2 folks walking through so I slow as I'm driving by. I get this crazy stare, cursed at, talking about wtf keeo it moving,arms flaring. So I pull around. Then they start walking towards me. I roll down window and say, are you sure you want me to leave?
Then she's like ohhh you're my uber? Well duuuuuh! 🤦🏼‍♂️
A ride or 2 later I get hit with 1 star.. And feedback of wrong vehicle and Not Polite..
The icing on the cake was that she asked me to stop at a corner store for "Cigarettes" which I did without hesitation which I shouldn't have.
I'm trying to figure out if that 1 star was coming regardless or it was retaliation to my 2 stars I gave them? 🤷🏼‍♂️
I never ride so I'm not sure how it works on their end.
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2023.05.30 20:05 ProposalEcstatic3944 Donations needed for rural Mississippi rescue

Donations needed for rural Mississippi rescue
Alright y’all I hate to sound like we are begging but Piper’s Paw Rescue & Grooming needs donations now!!! We are $150 away from paying off our vet bill as well as we NEED CAT FOOD & DOG FOOD! Dropping pics below to show what’s going on now! We get new intakes from across the state of Mississippi EVERYDAY! We haven’t turned down NOT one!!!! Cats are our thing but we have had to start taking on dogs too!!! WE NEED YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT!!! WE HAVE A MAMA CAT WITH A SHATTERED HIP & NEUROLOGICAL PROBLEMS!
Cashapp: $Daisyflower1244
Checks: If you write a check please write cash in the pay to the order of part. Under the memo part write Barbie Stroud/cats and then we can cash it at our local store. We don't have a rescue bank account yet so we have to do it this way for now. My physical adress is 1010 ninth street Wesson ms 39191.
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2023.05.30 20:05 normanblowup Are there any other fibers (besides mohair and human hair) that are good for hair rooting?

Just wondering if anyone has used anything other than mohair and human hair for hair rooting. I have a giant textile store near me with some mohair, but the colors are limited. They do, however, have other kinds of fiber in a larger selection such as merino wool, bamboo fibers, etc. Anyone have any experience with using alternative fibers?
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2023.05.30 20:04 qwertyshmerty Laid off, crazy in-laws, no village

I'm a first time mom, my LO is 3.5 months old. Husband works. I was laid off in my third trimester. Rather than look for a new job I'm currently just taking my time being a SAHM. The company said it was due to a "restructuring", and I believed them because they also laid off someone else on my team. His last day was set to be a month after my last day. However, I just found out that after I left they offered him a "new" position as manager. So really they laid me off and promoted him.

3 weeks later the baby was born. 21 hour labor in total. The in-laws offered to support us and help us take care of baby, which I happily agreed to. However, as soon as the baby was born their personalities completely changed. They became controlling and emotionally abusive. Tried to manipulate me to stop breastfeeding and to keep the baby at their house because ours isn't "good enough" (husband and I are both lead software engineers and we have a pretty decent house, but it's not as big and fancy as theirs), said my labor and delivery took too long, were offended that they had to sit in the waiting room so long, and so much more. We went no contact with them and I was feeling unsafe so I set up home security and such.

My parents live 3 hours away and have jobs. My mom takes care of my grandma basically 24/7 because she is schizophrenic and bedridden. All the rest of my family lives far away all spread out across the US. My mom has visited a couple of times, but it's actually harder when she's here because it adds more to our plate. We have to provide food for her and clean up after her, etc. She's so tired from taking care of my grandma and traveling and so all she really does is holds the baby for a little bit.

We have a close friend who recently had a baby too (oddly enough our babies were actually born on the same day), and I can't help but be envious of them. All the experiences the baby gets to have with aunts,uncles,cousins,grandparents and it just makes me feel so sad for my baby not getting any of that. All the help that they are getting from everyone buying them things, bringing them food and helping them clean.

I love my LO so so much. But lately she's developed colic. She was chill and happy until about 2.5 months and then colic hit and she cries almost every night from 6pm - 12am. She's clearly in some kind of pain from gas/digestion, so I cut dairy from my diet and started giving her probiotics/gas drops and really just trying all the things.

I'm just really tired, stressed from the in-laws and from getting laid off, and sad for my LO not having the big family experience.
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2023.05.30 20:04 idk4293 Cant uninstall chromium

I downloaded chromium and it said about putting in the root file using konsole and now i cant uninstall chromium i had it for using alvr which didnt work as it was outdated and the uninstall button takes me to the store but i didnt get it from there so it doesnt appear
Any help??
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2023.05.30 20:04 EmoRyloKenn Money anxiety and relinquishing control

Money gives me anxiety. Even typing this post out gives me a stress response. I am an intelligent, competent women, yet when you start talking about numbers and economics and finances, it’s like my brain turns to static and I don’t retain what you’re saying. I’m not even bad at math, I just can’t wrap my head around money stuff. I grew up without money so I’m stressed when I don’t have any, but I’m also stressed when I have enough of it. I started a new job with a higher salary and we recently got a gift from my FIL that paid off some small debts we had. My FIL also gave us a small chunk of money to use towards down payment on a house. This should make me feel happy, but NO it means I have to make more financial decisions which provokes another stress response. I hate it. It’s a physical and mental reaction that feels involuntary. I’m working on it constantly.
My husband is good with numbers. He took an interest in investing and financial planning about 3 years ago and has spent a lot of time learning about how to save money and spend it appropriately, where to invest it, how to get passive income. Stuff like that. I try to ask questions to show I care about his interests and sometimes he tries to teach me what he’s learned, but it just goes in one ear and out the other. I still try very hard to engage with him about it. We dedicate one day a week where he’s “allowed” to talk to me about money and I really will make sure every Thursday to be ready to talk about finances with him (like going over our budget and just doing a check in about where payments are going, any big purchases coming up, etc). Any other day I will engage with him if it’s very important, but if it’s not I will remind him it’s not Thursday and I don’t want to talk about money that day. It’s not a strict “rule” and mostly said in jest, but the point is I’m trying to work on the money anxiety by forcing myself to confront it. We have monthly budget talks after pay day. He is so patient with me and walks me through the budget every single month even if nothing has changed from the month before. I ask him question after question and he answers them all. But my god, the whole time it’s like my brain and body are screaming to stop talking about it. It’s so confusing. It makes me feel weak and stupid and small because of just how much I don’t understand it all.
Despite his patience and my effort to engage with this source of anxiety, it very often sets me off. I’m not proud of it. My anxiety around it makes me irritable and argumentative. We get into arguments because I’m so on edge and our communication is poor in those heightened moments. I know he gets anxious too because he knows it’s a touchy subject for me. It’s not nice. We are often able to take a breather and come back to it at a later time. But the argument itself is not nice to be a part of.
He has offered to handle all the finances for us. He wants to put all of our money in a joint account and manage the goings and comings and savings and investings without my input. His point is that he’s already doing all the work of this anyway, but the stress that I experience by trying to be an equal player is making it a more difficult “job” for him. He says he likes doing this job and doesn’t like how it makes me feel and wants to take it off my shoulders for both of our sakes. He says everything would be in 1 account so it would all be transparent and I would have equal access to all the financial information and banking details and budget spreadsheet. I could ask him any questions I’d like and he would always answer them honestly.
This all sounds great, I think, except I was raised to never let a man control your money. And I trust my husband completely and believe he has my (our) best interest at heart. I don’t think he would ever fuck me over. And yet there are alarm bells ringing in my ears. The idea of relinquishing control over my hard earned money, my life, my security… it’s terrifying. On one hand, it would be so much easier to just let him take care of everything. On the other, I don’t want anyone to have control over me. We have been together nearly 6 years and he has only ever shown me signs of a healthy, equal relationship. Yet I’m filled with anxiety.
What would you do in my situation? I haven’t ever spoken to my friends or family about this because I find it embarrassing. And I find it very personal. I don’t want anyone to judge me for being so anxious, for considering giving up control, for making my husband’s life more difficult… so I just don’t talk about. But I would like to get someone else’s perspective. Maybe I’m missing something or maybe there is a middle ground? Or maybe I need to be told to get the hell over myself. I’m already in therapy, but have yet to broach this topic. I don’t know what to do.
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2023.05.30 20:04 Prestigious_Look3481 AITA for not saying anything to my son who told a teacher that she was "dismissed"?

My son "Brandon" graduated high school on Friday and me, his mom/my ex, our two other kids,, my 5yo son "Grant"/Brandon's half brother, and my wife all attended.
Grant knew that it was a special day for Brandon and made his a card and bought him a big lollipop. Brandon's was seated in front of us and I told Grant to go give him his presents. He went over there and my son's class was just showering him with attention.
The ceremony begun and Grant was just sitting on Brandon's lap. I thought about going over there but if Grant was being trouble then Brandon would tell him to go back to us. They called my son's name and he walked the stage with Grant. It was a lot of fun for them.
After the ceremony, a teacher came to Brandon and told him he shouldn't had let his brother on the stage. It's a privilege for graduating seniors only. My son told her that she was "dismissed" and turned his back on her. He didn't really know her. I thought she was out of line so I laughed at her.
She walked away. I got an email from the VP who told me that my son humiliated a staff and wasn't welcomed back on campus unless he apologized. He didn't see much of a problem with my son walking the stage with my other son just his attitude. I said he's not apologizing and what good is banning him from campus? He hated school.
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2023.05.30 20:04 TerraformedTrans Post-op outings/activities

I’m coming on 3 weeks post-op and Im struggling to come up with ideas to help me get out of the house and feel a bit more human. I’m still struggling with fatigue so while I’m up for things that require a bit of walking taking breaks and being able to sit is a necessity. Each day I feel up for a lil more physical
Some examples that have helped me out this past week as I’ve been
Farm near by with a creamy and cows to admire and pet.
Driving up to a mountain look out I usually hike to. Beautiful view and had a nice picnic.
Library visit
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2023.05.30 20:03 Senad74 A gift from an old friend. Anybody know the value and rarity? [A156-5040]

A gift from an old friend. Anybody know the value and rarity? [A156-5040]
I have a hobby of collecting stuff and keeping it safe, and my 60 yr old friend learned of that. Got this watch from his wrist, said i'd value it more than him. Now I do not plan on selling it. 1 already have a big collection of rare vintage stuff which I keep for myself so yeah. Just wanted to know what exactly he gave me...
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2023.05.30 20:03 Ok_Ad122 How do you guys do your no hangs?

It feels like wrist/finger angle can totally change this exercise. I set up the usual way straddling the weight and picking it up with my palm facing me. Aside from that theres two ways ive found to do the exercise
  1. If keep the PIP joint as close to 90 as I can and slightly flex at the wrist I get a lot of muscle activation throughout the forearm and especially near the medial epicondyle depending on how much wrist flexion. With this form I max out at 170/185lbs, 91.9% BW.
  2. The other option is ignore all that and just go sicko mode. PIP joint opens up to about 110 degrees, and I don't think about my wrist at all. With this form I max out at 205/185lbs, 110% BW. It looks kinda like this except I pick up the weight.
Yea. I'm just wondering what you guys do/think. With the second form I feel less muscle contraction even though its more weight. My current protocol is mostly doing sets of 5 at a lighter weight. ill do 6 total sets with 3 strict form light weight, 3 sicko mode heavyweight so. For reference I climb v7 on the tension board but still drop v6's here and there.
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2023.05.30 20:03 DemonRemoval1996 IWTL how to get ready quicker in the morning.

My big issue all my life is that I cannot get ready quickly enough in the mornings. I get up and it takes me hours to leave. Essentially, I know an hour of it is screen time, and the rest is I eat a big breakfast. How can I reduce the time it takes me to get ready in the morning?
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2023.05.30 20:03 Tommyzz123 More in-depth citizens

I enjoyed the game a lot and the focus always seems to be on how citizens interact with one another so i was curious, in the future i was wondering if the citizen will be more fleshed out and kinda evolve as the day progresses through the city.
Like our interaction with the citizen seems to be mostly detective related but what if for example, places like bars and diners is a good place to chat with the citizen. A chat button where they'll have variations of lines. Maybe if you chat or hang out with them enough they can become potential allies or friends (maybe lovers but that's another whole different topic).
"Yesterday, i went out to drink with [Citizen name], at [Location]. I got so drunk that i think i threw up on [Citizen name]'s shirt!" Or if you're good friends with them maybe they're like: "I heard you're looking into the [Victim]'s murder. You don't hear from me but i saw someone recently walk out with a [weapon] from [store]. I can't get a good look at them."
Small trivial things like this but gives a bit of insight into each of their characters and potentially aiding you in solving a crime or tracking down a person. I guess in a way it just help makes the world feels even more immersive.
How would you enhance the citizens even more?
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2023.05.30 20:03 Wellendox [PC] [90s or early 2000s] Adventure Game with Joystick Support

Hi guys.
I hope there are some adventure enthusiasts among you that can help me. I vaguely remember my father buying me a joystick waay way back in the day. Early 2000s. With the Joystick came a racing game and some adventure game. I am not sure anymore if it was Point & Click only, but I remember that it had scenes where you'd fly some spaceship of sorts using the joystick.
The artstyle was a mix of drawn and photorealistic. You know those old games with real acted out cutscenes? Kinda like that. I think everything but the main character was 2d. Perhaps some interactable items were 3d, I am not too sure though.
I remember that either the early game or start of the game had you vibe in some sort of hangar where your spaceship was. Keep in mind, the game was not cartooney but more realistic in style. I do not remember the goals or what you had to do, but I remember that you had to enter your ship and fly it at some point. I think I also remember that the hangar had oil spillage of sorts, and that your character commented on it being slippery, and to be careful. Or a scene with barrels blocking a path or standing near some door. (Could be mixing something up here)
Sadly I did not play much more than that since I sucked bad, and did not progress further, but the game always had sn interesting feeling to me. I really wanna find it.
Edit: I was flying the ship on some planet, I think I vaguely remember an ocean or rivers. Not in space (At least I never got that far)
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2023.05.30 20:03 sonofabutch May 30, 1932: The Chicago White Sox get into a brawl -- with an umpire!

George Moriarty was a hot-tempered Deadball Era baseball corner infielder. At 6 feet tall and a solid 185 pounds, he was bigger than most players of his era and always eager to get into fights with the opposition... or his teammates! Supposedly he once challenged Ty Cobb -- who early in his career wasn't very popular with his teammates -- to a fight. But before throwing a punch he politely handed the Georgia Peach a baseball bat, declaring:
"A fellow like you needs a bat to even things up when fighting an Irishman."
Cobb's response is lost to history.
After his playing days were over, Moriarty was an umpire from 1917 to 1940, with an interruption from 1927 to 1928 to serve as manager of the Detroit Tigers.
On May 30, 1932 -- Memorial Day -- Moriarty was behind the plate for a doubleheader in Cleveland between the Indians and the White Sox. The White Sox lost the first game, 12-6, but had an 11-8 lead going into the bottom of the 9th of the second game.
The White Sox, en route to a disastrous 49-102 record that season, had been griping about the umpiring throughout the first game and it continued into game two. At one point, White Sox manager Lew Fonseca and Moriarty, the former Tigers manager, began exchanging barbs about each other's managerial skills. When White Sox pitcher Hal McKain asked catcher Charlie Berry to rub some dirt on a ball for him, Moriarty objected, cursed out the catcher and the pitcher, and then threw out a White Sox coach who complained!
In the bottom of the 9th, down by three runs, the Indians got a rally going after a double, a single, a fly ball, and a double resulted in one run in, two men on, and one man out. Future Hall of Famer Earl Averill then stepped up to the plate. After getting two strikes on Averill, pitcher Pat Caraway threw a pitch that Averill took for what Caraway and Berry thought should have been a called strike three. But Moriarty called it a ball.
Sure enough, Averill then hit a line drive to right-center field for a two-run triple, tying the game at 11-11. The White Sox then intentionally walked the next two batters to load the bases and set up the game-ending double play. Pitcher Ted Lyons -- another future Hall of Famer -- got the groundball to short, but batter Luke Sewell beat it out at first base, and Averill scored the game winning run.
After the game, depending on who you believe, either a few players on the White Sox challenged Moriarty to a fight, or Moriarty -- reminiscent of Tanner Boyle -- challenged the entire White Sox team to a fight!
Buttermaker: [looks at Tanner's black eye] What the hell happened to you, Tanner?
Engelberg: Tanner got into a fight.
Buttermaker: Who with?
Engelberg: The 7th Grade.
Buttermaker: What?
Engelberg: The 7th Grade!
In any event, whether it was Moriarty challenging the White Sox or the White Sox challenging Moriarty, Milt Gaston -- a 36-year-old, 6'1" right-handed pitcher -- stepped up to him.
"You might as well start with me," Gaston said, and without a word the 47-year-old Moriarty slugged him in the face -- knocking the pitcher out but breaking his hand in the process!
At this point three White Sox players rushed over and attacked Moriarty, knocking him to the ground, then kicking him and stomping on him with their spikes. Or, as one of the players would later claim with a straight face, Moriarty fell on his own and the White Sox players kindly tried to help him up, but accidentally stepped on him. Several times.
The Indians players then ran over and a brawl started between the two teams, with Moriarty still in the middle of it!
When it was finally all over, Moriarty was taken to the hospital with spike wounds, bruises, and a broken right hand.
Naturally, the White Sox blamed Moriarty for the incident, with White Sox manager Lew Fonseca saying:
“Moriarty was looking for a fight and it seems that he got it. Everyone in baseball knows many stories of Moriarty’s brawling tendencies and his eagerness to start a fight at the slightest provocation.”
But Moriarty -- and the Indians -- blamed the White Sox, with Indians owner Alva Bradley saying the White Sox had acted in an "outrageous manner" throughout the game.
Chicago newspapers worried that the White Sox players involved in the fracas could face lifetime suspensions -- only 12 years earlier, the White Sox dynasty had been derailed by the bans of the eight "Black Sox" accused of throwing the 1919 World Series -- but the players got off relatively light: Gaston was fined $500 and suspended 10 days, Fonseca was fined $500, Berry $250, catcher Frank Grube $100, and coach Johnny Butler suspended without pay for five days.
Moriarty wasn't fined or suspended, but reprimanded for "neglect of duty." Baseball fans felt Moriarty deserved more punishment and that off-season there were rumors that Moriarty would be fired or at least transferred to the National League. But he remained an American League umpire for eight more years, and in 1935, was named the best umpire in the American League according to a Sporting News poll of players. That year, Moriarty umpired in the World Series between the Detroit Tigers and the Chicago Cubs, and when Cubs players heckled Hank Greenberg with anti-semitic slurs, Moriarty ejected three of them. Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis then levied a fine of $200... against Moriarty!... for violating a policy against ejecting players from World Series games without the commissioner's approval.
Moriarty retired from umpiring in 1940 and worked for the American League, doing public relations, and then became a scout for the Tigers. He died in 1964 at the age of 79. The obituary of his headline in the Sporting News was: "BATTLING MORIARTY -- UMP WHO LOVED TO FIGHT."
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2023.05.30 20:02 Centumviri Welcome to Green Valley: 4 Bumpkin Quest Adventures

Welcome to Green Valley

Four Merry Jaunts Through in the Bumpkin Quest Campaign

It’s a big world filled with far off folks who have far off problems. In the quaint farming town of Hills Furrow that has certainly not been the case. Here life is simple, local, and paced by the seasons. There ain’t been a need for “Venturers” and their ilk since your Papaw was just a sprout. However, the winds of change are blowin, and things are about to git just a bit more exciting round these parts.
Welcome to Green Valley, The down-home home of Rural Fantasy Misadventures and Grass-Roots Shenanigans. The Valley is Filled with Colorful Characters, Brimming with Odd Ball Neighbors, and has more than a few Local Yokels. Welcome to Bumpkin Quest. These adventures are intended to be a series of silly adventures that all go awry in some way or another and stir up trouble throughout a peaceful little village that has in many ways been overlooked by the troubles of the world “outside”.
CHAPTER 1: Green Tide CHAPTER 2: A Cartload of Chickens CHAPTER 3: Marvin the Magnificent CHAPTER 4: High Society
ADVENTURE MECHANICS - Target Character Level: Commoners - Level 1 - Target Party Size: Four Players - Average Adventure Playtime: 1-2 Hours - Tone: Rural Misadventures
I’ve also put these adventures into a PDF that includes our Bumpkin Quest: Campaign Guide which fills in the details of Green Valley pretty thoroughly. The quests are simple enough to be run in any setting you choose, but if you're interested in more the Guide as over a dozen Custom Maps, 70+ NPCs, Location Descriptions, 20+ Local Legends, and Scores of Adventure and Event Ideas. You can grab the PDF Free at the link above.

Hills Furrow

At the center of the Valley sits a patch of small grassy hills, through which the Slow Water meanders through. Built into these hills is the Village of Hills Furrow. Celebrated by everyone living in The Valley and boasting a whopping population of almost 150, Hills Furrow is the center of commerce and social importance. Well, at least as far as the locals are concerned. Realistically it would be less than a blip on the grand scale of things, a mere kernel of wheat in the silo of civilization, but to those who live here, there is nothing quite like living in the “city”.
The Village itself, like the Valley, is predominantly Halfling, and their fancy dwellings are burrowed into the hillsides as often as possible. These dwellings have been family owned for generations only becomeing available if there are no heirs to pass them along to. Other folk live in well kept two story shingled buildings, most of which house a business on the lower floor and house the Shopkeepers and their families above their workplaces, though a few live in nearby homes. There aren’t many “rental” spaces in town, as property is usually bought up quickly by the Halfling Families, but there are long term options at either of the Inns in town.
Hills Furrow: Locations 1) The Crocked Crow (Inn and Tavern) 2) The Dancing Lamb (Inn and Tavern) 3) The Moaning Toad (Tavern) 4) Granny's Groceries (General Market) 5) Get Nailed (Hardware and Distilery) 6) Gimdurh's Hammer (Smithy) 7) Brenra's Mechanicals (Tinker) 8) Hjoldren's Home Goods (Carpenter) 9) Standard Industries (Office) 10) Fit to be Dyed (Tailor) 11) The Last Loaf (Baker) 12) The Cloudy Cleaver (Butcher) 13) Nature's Medecine (Apothecary) 14) Sheriff's Office 15) Green Valley School House 16) The Waterwheel 17) The Windmill 18) The Undercloak Estate 19) Truefoot Burrow 20) The Meadows Family Hill
The people themselves are hospitable and friendly enough, but they do not really trust outsiders. Folks from foreign places are good for trade, news, and little else. Those that come through are treated well enough as long as they don’t wear out their welcome. Locals, well, that’s a bit of a different story. The city and area doesn’t operate under a written caste system or social structure, but there is clearly a pecking order, and family heritage matters a great deal to folks in Hills Furrow. Most locals, whether they’ve gotten an education or not, can easily be classified as simple. It isn’t that they are slow of mind or unintelligent, but more that they are unconcerned with matters the outside world considers important. This sentiment has created a general, but friendly, dislike between those that consider themselves Highfalutin and those that clearly are not.
Well now that I've given you the fifty cent tour. Shall we get on to adventure?

CHAPTER 1: Green Tide

We will open our journeys in the Green Valley at Green Tide, the annual celebration of Winter’s End. This adventure is designed to give a tour of Hills Furrow and introduce them to the locals. It will begin with some chores around their house to prepare for the festival and end with a battle involving an enchanted broom. If you did not do Session Zero, this chapter may take a bit longer as we get to know everyone and their characters.

ACT 1: Pre-Festival

The locals spend the week cleaning out their houses and farms. They gather old junk and unused items to be used later in the festival. They also begin preparing what food is left from winter to be used in a celebration and feasts.
Things to do! - Have the Players clean up junk around the house - Have them Find something strange (Perhaps used for a later mystery?) - Have them Decorate their Broom - Have them run a Household Errand (Meet an NPC)

ACT 2: Sweeping Day

A merry festival celebrating Spring cleaning and putting the past behind them. They form a parade, with one member from each house carrying a brightly decorated broom and using it to symbolically “Sweep Away Winter”. The rest of the family marches their winter’s trash and unused goods down to the Fairgrounds. The goods are often traded, while the trash is piled in the fire pit to await burning later. The entire day is filled with fun outdoor activities. Households also symbolically bring their problems to the bonfires to burn them later.
Things to do! - March in the Parade - Carry Junk to the Bonfire - Meet more of the Locals
EVENT: I Love a Parade
The parade will march North from near the Cross Roads in the South up around the hill and back again to the South where it will head for the Fairgrounds. There isn’t anything particularly challenging about this event, but it would be a wonderful place to start leaning into or building local rivalries.
EVENT: Never Seen a Broom Do That… As they come into the home stretch of the Parade one of the local’s Brooms will animate and take off. It will chase folks around the parade. The players can attempt to stop it, but the broom will flee soon after being attacked. It will fly up into the air, attack a flock of geese, and chase them off until it can’t be seen anymore. They can go and collect a fallen goose if they wish. I highly recommend giving it a motorcycle type sound as it flies around hitting folks. Maybe even going as far as giving it a rough gravel angry voice and letting it insult people.

ACT 3: Winter’s End

Winter’s End is a Combination of Groundhog’s Day and Fasnacht, this day gets a little wild. The Festival kicks off at dawn with the Great Gopher Hunt. Gophers are well known spies for The Voice of Winter and thus need to be hunted before they can tell The Voice to delay Spring. Gophers themselves are quite tasty, and are notoriously bad for crops, so this works out economically all around. Throughout the rest of the day families continue to contribute to the Bonfire Pile which often gets quite large. At dusk a large effigy of The Voice of Winter is placed on top of the pile. Once the sun has fully set they light the fire and burn the Effigy. Folk usually dress darkly during the day and brightly at night. After the burning they feast on sweets and treats that were made from goods saved up from winter storage.
Things to do! - The Great Gopher Hunt - Carry Junk to the Bonfire - Meet more of the Locals - The Fairground’s Activities
EVENT: The Great Gopher Hunt The Hunt begins at dawn and takes place all over the Valley. Locals race to collect as many Gophers as possible. It is easiest to kill the Gopher, but there are some that find that distasteful. Instead they live trap the critters. It is a bit tougher to do so, but an option should your players wish. This is most easily played out as a series of appropriate Skill Checks, in which the higher they score the more gophers they obtain.
EVENT: Trash Removal They may find some locals willing to pay them to help cart junk down to the bonfire pile. Not a lot of skill involved in this, but it is a great opportunity to meet locals, and you could throw a runaway cart at them.
Fair Activities They will probably want to take part in Fairground Activities. Players love these types of challenges. Here are a few ideas you can build on. - Axe Throwin: Basic attack rolls on a Round Target. Higher scores equal Higher points. - Bow Shootin: Basic attack rolls on Moving Targets. Higher scores equal Higher points. - Pig Chasin: Catch the greased Pig! Medium DC Challenge requiring three success before three Failures. - Mud Wrastlin: Nothing says bumpkin like a good Mud Wrastlin Pit. Contested Skill Challenges. - Sausage Eating Contest: Increasingly difficult DC Challenge. Eat till you puke! Can also be Pies or Ribs or Little Fish… you know whatever someone wants to stuff dozens of in their gullet. - Tug O’War: Team Strength Challenge. Three to Five Contested Rolls with opposing teams. - Gopher BBQ Cook Off: A Hard Culinary Challenge to see who can BBQ the best Gopher! - Races: Foot and Mount Races based on Three to Five Contested Rolls. I usually include a few odd mounts like a Giant Chicken or some such nonsense.

ACT 4: Day of Ashes

The Day of Ashes is a day of rest, recovery, and reflection. Locals take the ashes from the bonfires and rub their hands in them to symbolize the end of a hard year’s work and hardships of the past. The day ends with a large family feast, typically Pork. Activities this day are light, but many folks head to the Temple for the Calling of Spring Blessings. They put on their fancies and head down to ask forgiveness for over-indulging in the festival and for worship. Well sort of…
Unfortunately, a lot of folks take this as an opportunity to peacock about and practice their one-upmanship over other locals. If you’re looking for inspiration for their outfits look to older photos of the Kentucky Derby. Over the years this troubling practice has caused more than one fight to break out after the service.
*Things to do! * - Go to Temple and Meet More Locals - Pick a Local Patron!
EVENT: Temple Services
The majority of the town comes to Temple on this day. The service is usually longer, and a bit more “Where have most of you been all year?” But otherwise it is a call for the Divine Blessings to touch their crops and protect their lives. It ends with a ceremony in which the locals put their hands into the ashes from yesterday’s bonfire. Once services end they will head outside, where the trouble will begin. Two of the wealthier families will get into it with each other. Starting with a couple of veiled insults, probably before service and continuing afterward. If one of your players is from a local Rich Folk family then they can be right in the middle of it all, otherwise they will have to pick a side. This choice will determine their house Patron moving forward. Tension will increase until folks start drawing up sides, and then someone will throw a rotten tomato at one of the House Matrons. That will blow the lid off the incident and a yokel brawl will break out. For comedy purposes I recommend the instant appearance of several food carts filled with expired products, and maybe a six year old hustler selling big sticks for wacking folks with. As the locals brawl call for perception checks. Who ever rolls highest begins to hear… The Broom returning!
ENCOUNTER: Stick In The Eye
The broom returns ready to whoop some ash. It will be absolutely bent on cleaning anyone and everyone who is even the slightest bit dirty! If it successfully attacks a character they will have to make a Strength Saving throw or be knocked to the ground and swept clean by the broom. As this would be an awful omen for the year folks are terrified and will be running around screaming. Absolute mass hysteria. If the players were lucky enough to hear it coming they can avoid being surprised by the broom. Otherwise the broom will get a full round to attack before they have a chance to do anything. They’ll have to beat the broom into submission any way they can before it sweeps the whole town into chaos!


After defeating the broom things will settle back down again. Bumpkins are quick to return to normal when things go awry. However, they will have gotten the attention of one of the Wealthy Families in the area and be offered jobs. Which family is really, based on what will work best for them and you as the DM. For gags you might be tempted to have the Yokels pick them up, but that is a hard bit to sustain, and you may be better served keeping them on the side as a comic foil rather than up front. Completely up to you. The session should end with them being invited to meet their new patron tomorrow someplace important.

CHAPTER 2: A Cartload of Chickens

After successfully defeating the Enchanted Broom, our Bumpkins have gained the attention of a possible local Patron. This individual has summoned them to a nearby farm to discuss future work. That work includes proving themselves capable and not just lucky.

ACT 1: Meet the Boss

In this Act the players will meet with their new patron, one of the Family Heads, who that is entirely depends on their choices from the last game. This entire side branch is designed to flavor the background of the campaign, but if you’d rather just have them stay freelancing and independent that’s fine as well. There is also the possibility of “competing” offers should they have second thoughts for any reason. Once they arrive at the meeting spot their Patron will ask them some questions about their ambitions (Class Goals), they will then hand them off to their new “boss” who will assign them their task. They will take them to a nearby barn.
NEW NPC: “Boss”
Needs a fitting name for the Family they work for...
Character wise, what we got here is a standard “Ranch Foreman” character. They’re tough, A little mean, and completely loyal to their employer. They almost certainly chew tobacco (by the handful), have a tattoo of the Ranch’s Brand, and know where all the bodies are buried. They also have a huge and obvious scar on the side of their head where a Giant Chicken pecked a hole in their skull, so they’re not as bright as they used to be, not at all truthfully. Nor are they actually the Foreman anymore, but no one has a heart to tell them. They’ve been quietly downgraded to Chicken Handler, which is something they seem to remember quite well, but the brain damage keeps them from realizing all that. They can be found wandering the Farm giving strange orders to other Hands. These Hands nod politely and then go back to what they are doing.
Things To Do! - Meet Their Patron - Discuss Their Future - Meet Their New “Boss”

ACT 2: Chicken Dance

Boss will lead them into the odd looking barn. This building is filled with Giant Chickens. These two-three foot fouls have extremely exaggerated features, spiky looking beaks with sharp tooth like edges, big darting eyes, bumpy cracked skin, long gnarled talons, and dirty mottled feathers. They’re more beast than bird. But, they’re good for eatin! These creatures should have a stat block similar to an Axe Beak. When the players enter into the Barn the Chickens will go nuts, obviously deeply bothered by the intrusion. Boss will throw in some deer haunches and the birds will tear them apart in a feeding frenzy. They will then put on a Chicken Suit and begin a flapping dance. (Google Magnificent Riflebird) It should be absolutely captivating and the chickens will become mesmerized, watching every move. Boss will then load two dozen chickens onto a large wagon and lock it. They will have the players push the wagon out while he keeps the Chickens calm. Once outside they’ll hang heavy tarps on the sides of the wagon, and remove the suit. He will then explain to them that they need to keep the tarps on the wagon, and keep the birds well fed, or the chickens will get restless and become violent. When they do need to interact with them someone will have to wear the suit and dance to keep them calm. The bigger the person in the suit the better. Boss will then give them a Map of Green Valley and instruct them to drop off two chickens at each of the outer settlements. They have two days to get this done.
Things To Do! - Head into the barn - Witness The Dance of The Chicken - Push the Wagon out - Get the Costume and Delivery Instructions

ACT 3: Bumpy Roads

They will be off to deliver the Chickens to various locations. There is no specific order to this delivery, they just need to pick a route and go. If they’re short on time they can take the country roads that lead between the outer settlements, but these aren’t as well kept as the main roads are. Whatever road they take and wherever they decide to stop for the night there are problems they will encounter along the way. You can make them random or pick the ones that best suit your players. Most of these should at some point require someone putting on the suit and dancing for the chickens to keep them calm. I would also increase the difficulty of each event. If they fail a dance the Chickens will become restless and start attacking the cart until they are calmed down. Too many failures and the wagon’s cage will break and the remaining chickens escape. They will then have to be rounded up and the cage repaired.
Things to Do - Decide the delivery route - Deliver the chickens - Keep the Chickens calm
Possible Road Events 1) Rough roads cause problems 2) Yokels attempt to see what’s in the cart 3) Bad Weather swamps the road or scares the chickens 4) Pack of Coyotes causes trouble. 5) Chicken Rustlers! Protect the Flock! 6) Wagon breaks and needs repair 7) Cows in the road, someone’s herd is out. 8) Broken Bridge, not gone, just broken

ACT 4: Final Delivery

They’re now closing in on the final delivery. Something needs to happen here to cause them to put the suit on. Or maybe they never took it off! I love that idea, that one of your players just loves the suit and wants to be a chicken… lol… Anyway I’m a fan of having them need to get out of the suit for some reason, maybe a bathroom break, or they stand on a fire ant hill, or a snake slithers up their leg. You know something silly and fun. BUT the zipper is stuck! So they’ll have to try and unstick it and fast! Whatever happens they’re going to get shot at by some hunters looking for a big score who have mistaken the flailing caused by the stuck zipper to be the chicken attacking. After dealing with the Hunters they can go ahead and make the final drop. And head home.
Things to Do! - Head for the final delivery - Get shot at! - Deliver the last chickens
ENCOUNTER: That’s a BIG Chicken!
Having two hunters in the field is more than enough to cause a problem for the players. The hunters will almost certainly surprise the players, but you can allow them a perception check, if they succeed they’ll see the hunters just before the muskets go off. It would be OK to down the Chicken Player here if the hunters successfully hit it. They’ll have healer’s kits on hand because, well, this seems to happen to them a lot out here. After the initial attack the players can decide to attack back or try and talk the hunters down. A basic Bandit or Scout stat block should do will for the hunters. If you’re looking for a bit more mayhem, if the hunters miss the players you could have them hit the cage, and you know, bust it open. This may be especially tempting if they
So there is a giant frog hiding in the mud down in the creek. If a player takes cover behind the banks there is a good chance that the frog will attempt to nab the player as a snack. If it is successful in grabbing a player with its tongue it will immediately head down river, and they'll have to chase it to get their friend back.


When they return, Boss will reward them. How much will depend on how successful they were delivering the birds. If they did a descent job, they will be paid two day’s wages each. If they were completely successful they can have a bonus. However, if the wagon is in bad shape they might have some money deducted. After they’re paid out, they will be dismissed, and told to expect a new assignment next week.

CHAPTER 3: Marvin the Magnificent

After successfully delivering chickens Boss is going to trust them with a more important task. Their employer has requested an item to be created by Marvin the Magnificent. This is a farming community so having enchanted Farming Equipment is extremely desirable. Marvin has done a lot of basic enchantments over the years, but this new one, an The Stone Skipper, a plough whose blade goes ethereal while in contact with stones too large to push away, has really put him to the test. He needs some help with the final enchantments. The players will have to travel to the Ethereal Plane and hit the Blade of the plow with large rocks. But there’s a problem, they’re going to have mischievous Ethereal Sprites attempting to stop them! If they’re successful, which they should be, they get to take the plough for a test drive, and deal with the strange side effects of the enchantment. Angry goats that blink in and out of existence.

ACT 1: To the Tower

They’ll be summoned out to the Ranch where they’ll meet with Boss again. Once there they will notice a large pile of bent and dinged up plows. Boss will explain to them that a recent land acquisition has become problematic. The Fields are filled with large stones just under the topsoil and they’ve damaged a lot of Plow Blades. The Smithing costs are getting out of hand and so their Patron is looking for an alternate solution to the problem. He is sending them to help Marvin the Magnificent, who has taken the job, but run into some complications and needs some help. They may ask about Marvin. Or perhaps the fields that were purchased, so be ready to answer these types of questions. Once they’re done here they can head to Marvin’s Tower, which is just north of town.
Things to Do! - Meet Boss again - Ask some Informational Questions - Head for the Tower
NPC: Marvin the Magnificent

ACT 2: Marvin the Magnificent

As they approach the tower they should see an explosion at the peak of the structure. It should look similar to a fireworks mishap. When it clears there will be no visible damage to the tower, But Marvin will plummet to the earth just off to the side of them, landing in a small pond. He will then come charging out of the pond, laughing hysterically, and riding on a large turtle. Once he gets a few feet away from the pond the turtle will disappear and he will tumble to the ground right in front of the players. He will leap up quickly and turn toward the players. “Behold Travelers, You stand in the presence of Marvin the Magnificent! And everything you have witness was mostly intended!” He will then strike a cool pose with his wand pointed to the sky! “Now why do you approach my tower!?”
Once Marvin finds out they’ve been sent about the plow he will become more nervous looking. “I see, well follow me. We have work to do.” He will then start walking toward the tower… his boots squishing out water. This should give them a little time to ask a few questions. Marvin will be a little subversive about what they need to do. He will attempt to frame it very mysteriously, saying things like “All will be revealed soon.” and “Save your questions! All Answers await us… in the future!” If they ask him about what they witnessed outside, he will tell them he was working on a mount summoning spell designed for lakes and rivers.
Things to Do! - Head toward the Tower - Meet Marvin - Ask Questions

ACT 3: The Cabinet of Mysteries

The inside of the Wizard’s Tower will be far more mundane than they likely expect. At least on the first floor. It will have a sitting room, dining room, and kitchen, as well as a few odds and ends about. Nothing special at all. The second floor, are Marvin’s personal quarters and some room for study, but it is the third floor, where Marvin will lead them, and it will be more of what one would expect in a Wizard’s tower. There will be books shelves, arcane equipment, and storage for components. In the middle of the room will be a tall cabinet.
Marvin will explain to them that the Cabinet is a transportation device, and that he will need them to enter into it with a plow that he has recently enchanted. They will be taken to the Ethereal Plane, and once there they’ll need to take the plow outside and begin hitting it with large field stones. There is a large pile of stones just on the north edge of the tower. They’ll have to do this quickly, before the “others” show up. Who are the others? Hard to say, but there are things that live in the Ethereal Plane that don’t like intruders. The idea is to imbue the Plow with Ethereal Powers so it can pass through large stones while plowing fields. Once they return with the Enchanted Plow, Marvin will have them load it on a cart, pulled by a very smart Donkey, and send them on their way.
Skill Challenge: Enchant the Plow This skill challenge will require five successes before they’re incapacitated by the others. However they decide to do it, they’ll have to successfully hit the plow with five large stones. Failures will result in strange indiscernible entities attacking them. They do minimal damage but could knock people out if there are enough failures.
Things to Do! - Move Through Marvin’s Tower - Enter the Cabinet - Enchant the Plow

ACT 4: Blinking Goats

Upon returning to Boss with the Plow they will be happily greet and paid. Their Patron will be there and will be very pleased with their success. He will ask them to demonstrate the plow’s abilities. Once they get set up out in the field and begin plowing something weird will happen. Every time they hit a stone and the plow’s power activates an Ethereal Goat will manifest and kick or ram the plow, and then disappear. It will feel very similar to what they encountered in the Ethereal Plane. They’ll have to find a way to deal with the manifestations.
ENCOUNTER: Ethereal Goats These goats should function very similarly to Blink Dogs, but I would trim the HP and AC a little to put them in line with the party’s. They will be intent on breaking the Plow not the party, although they will attack the party if they can’t get to the Plow.
Things to Do! - Deliver the Plow - Drive the Plow - Defeat the Ethereal Goats


Once defeated the Boss will come over to yell at them, but the Patron will find the entire thing amusing and more importantly, another impressive demonstration of the player’s skills. He will invite them to the “House” for an important party next week.

Chapter 4: High Society

They've definitely been noticed now and have impressed with their ability, unconventional as it may be. They are invited to their patron's home, but not as guests. Though, they might think they were actually invited as guests! They have been brought in to help work the event held out at the Party Field. They will have to gather party supplies, help put up the tent, and then serve the actual guests. During the evening’s entertainment a hypnotist “The Great Dr Hypnotika” will mesmerize the crowd and attempt to rob them all. Hopefully the players don’t fall victim to her schemes. And if they do oh well, they’ll be entertained all the same.

ACT 1: Special Delivery

The players arrive at the Patron’s very nice property. They will be greeted by a properly dressed servant with a clipboard, the Party Planner. The Planner will be rigid and direct. They will immediately begin tasking them about. If they mention that they were invited to the party the servant will laugh “You didn’t think you were a guest? Oh dear, how embarrassing. You’re the help! It is still a great honor to be tasked to help at the Party, but you’re not guests. Now as for your current task. Head into town and gather these supplies. Bring them to the field by noon.” After the instructions are given the servant will go back to their tasks and expect the players to do the same. They will have three stops; The Crocked Crow for Food and Beer, Get Nailed for the Tent and Spirits, and Shalana Proud-Breed’s Tailor Shop to pick up the Dry Cleaning. Feel free to make any and all of these go sideways! Its a good place to toss in some shenanigans as well! They should also be introduced to Dr Hypnotika and her associates.
Things To do! - Go to their Patron’s Home - Meet the Party Planner and Dr Hypnotika - Run their Errands
NPC: Dr Hypnotika
Dr Hypnotika and her group will perform for the party. Hypnotica is a Tiefling Mezmerist and illusionist. She has an obnoxiously high charisma and some pretty serious skills to back up her claims. However, she uses those skills to beguile her guests, robbing them blind while they are under her spells. She wears a fine robe with a bedazzled headwrap. She has dark upward spiraling horns, light purple skin, and matching eyes. She wears a monocle and walks with a ceremonially carved staff depicting the "Struggles of the Universe". She is extremely persuasive and even more deceptive. Even if someone were to grow suspicious she can easily talk her way out of trouble.
NPCs: Clapper and Bob Hypnotika brings with her two assistants. Clapper the suit wearing Kenku who will perform wondrous displays of mimicry and slight of hand, and her strongman Bob the Kobold. Bob wears a leopard print strongman's outfit and is amazingly swole, particularly for a kobold, and capable of lifting upwards of 400lbs. Bob doesn't do much else other than get hit with things. in the act.

ACT 2: Put up the Tent

After they finish running their errands they will be tasked with putting up a large party tent. This Act is an ongoing Skill Challenge and should have a constantly distracted feel to it. First they have to unpack the tent. Then they have to realize some pieces are missing, they’ll have to form a solution to that problem. After that wind should cause some problems as the tent is at least being pulled up. This is a great moment for some wondrous tom-foolery.
Things To do! - Unpack the tent - Deal with missing parts - Secure the tent during the wind gusts

ACT 3: Put These On

After they finish putting up the tent they’ll be sent to the Servant’s Quarters to bathe and change. They’ll get a little time to explore and snoop if they wish. Afterward they’ll be tasked with helping in the kitchen, but unfortunately the cooks are going to have been playing a drinking game all afternoon and are no longer fully capable of doing their jobs. This would make a great moment for some sort of mini-game where the players have to determine whether or not the cooks are doing the right things. Once the dinner has been completed they will have to serve the guests. This is a good place to insert gossip and help them meet a few other folks.
Things To do! - Get changed for the party - Deal with the drunk cooks - Serve the guests drinks and food

ACT 4: An Evening to Remember

At some point in the evening things are going to start sliding downhill. Some of the locals will have become extremely inebriated and will need to be encouraged to leave, or just moved off to the side as they’ve already passed out, before the show begins. Once the show begins the locals will become fixated on the goings on. “The Great Dr Hypnotika” will have put an additive in the drinks for the that will make everyone more susceptible to her powers of persuasion. Once the show starts she will have them all doing silly things, those who drank have disadvantage on saves against her powers. She will end the show asking the guests to display their most valuable treasure, a with a hypnotic pattern and then send her assistants out to collect those treasures. The players will have to “do something” about the thieves.
Things To do! - Deal with Drunks - Watch the Show - Stop the Criminals
ENCOUNTER: Hypnotika's Gang This encounter doesn't have to be a fight. If Hypnotika is caught she may claim it was all part of the act and simple return the valuables with a "no harm, no foul" type attitude. This will be he go to in an attempt to avoid a fight, but if the character persist in some kind of retribution or punishment the situation will devolve into a combat. Hypnotica herself is an Illusionist Wizard but is low on spells after the show. Clapper is a low level rogue and Bob a Barbarian, and should play out as such. Even with Skills they are combat adverse and will be looking for an opportunity to flee rather than fight. They do have a getaway wagon out front that they'll be headed for if things go south.


We’re assuming the Bumpkins at least attempted to stop the robbery. This will draw a lot of attention to them. Their Patron will be well pleased with them, and let them know they will be getting much more important jobs in the future. The guests will also take note and will begin treating them all a bit better. They’re all essentially Folk Heroes at this point for secondary backgrounds. Their Patron should reward them with something very nice as the party kicks back in. They will need to finish out the nights work of course.

Quest-line Closing

Congratulations! Your Players have completed their first Quest-line! Hopefully it was a delightful experience. But now that they've finished what comes next? Well, here are some ideas.
*Reward Them! * They've been doing some rather Adventurous things lately, and therefore should now have a Class Level under their belt, so the real D&D world now opens to them! Maybe it is time for some real adventuring gear. No more sticks, stones, and burlap sack armor.
Folk Heroes? There's a good chance that the Valley is Speaking the News about them and their exploits while drinking in the taverns. They may have even earned the actual Folk Hero Feat! Maybe someone would be interested in giving them a task!
Simply Go Exploring! There are a lot of places in Green Valley that we only dipped our toes into. You could have them head down to Stinkmarsh, or maybe climb up the cliffs of Longridge. The world (Well, the Valley) is wholly open to them.
Explore Local Legends There are lots of local legends they can look into! Hopefully they search out something that isn't too far over their heads!
Continue Working for their Patron It would be an easy DM go to simply to have them continue working for their current Patron. They've probably been impressive enough fo a family to be interested in keeping them on.
Establish Themselves as Adventurers! Maybe they want to set up a Adventurers for Hire business? This "Heroes Guild" approach is really appealing to a lot of players and absolutely plays into Bumpkin Quest. Just remember, this is a place of low key problems that locals make really big deals out of. So the idea of slaying dragons shouldn't really be on the table... that is until an actual dragon shows up! Which one day absolutely should.
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2023.05.30 20:02 TheMostWildRaccoon What table saw to purchase

Steve Ramsey has his guide to making a shop under $1000, in the guide it has the rigid 10” portable table saw. I was wondering if that is decent or is there anything else in the <$350 range. Craigslist and fb market around me has table saws on sale for slightly less than store price so not worth it when I could spend 50 more and get it new. Any info is appreciated!
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2023.05.30 20:02 CheapSlander0011 Dimag ka bhosda ho rakha hai

Boards mein 84.4 aagaye. PCM aggregate 80.666666 bhi aa gaye. Bitsat mein 202/390 BHI aa gaye.
Aaj mom ko bola “bits pilani mei chemical mil jaaega accha field hai chemical, bohot paisa and scope hai if done right.” Mom shooed me away saying that chemical waale wells mein kaam karke mar jaate hai and all (My aim is to go into the statistical/economical side of chemical and pharmaceutical related fields though, wo nahi hua toh finance. BE Chemical at bits makes way for both)(Bpharm mat bolna ab)
She’s herself a computer engineer who has worked in a dozen countries and my dad is a consultant in the UK in some water works related company (Just tryna say that they’re literate enough). And my mom is not trying to understand such a simple point im trying to make.
She asked me to take up Information and Communication Technology at DAIICT via nri quota (nearly same fees as bits) instead and get into IT related fields coz “2 crore ki pagaar after MS”. How do I try to explain? I mean she will obviously let me take up what I wanna as long as she gets to say that her son is studying engineering but I hate half hearted green signals.
Mast ladai hui aur torch fek ke tod bhi diya maine lmao😹
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2023.05.30 20:02 Maxerature Impostor Syndrome?

I'm (23) not sure if I'm a trans girl or not. I want to be, but I'm not sure if it's just something that I want, or if it's reality. I'm terrified that I'm not actually a girl, that I'm just nonbinary or even a boy. I only realized I wanted to be fem about a year ago, and only realized it was more a few months ago.
Or at least, I want it to be more. I don't know if I actually AM though. I worry that I'm just trying to convince myself that I'm something that I'm not. The idea of living as a woman feels... Weird. Not wrong, but not euphoric like I'd expect. It just feels odd. I like to dress feminine and wear makeup, and I want to be able to pass, or at least malefail. But sometimes I don't care about it and just go out in whatever because it's a lot of effort. I look at the mirror and sometimes I hate looking masc, but sometimes I sort of have to "remind myself" that I don't like how I look because I look masc instead of just not liking my reflection. I still sometimes accidentally think of myself in masculine terms and subconsciously include myself when people are talking about men. HRT is terrifying too, because of the permanent effects. Even though I do want to go on it, there's a lot about it that scares me. Breasts are a big one - sometimes I find myself wanting them, sometimes I don't. Sometimes I feel like "phantom breasts" but not always.
I want to be a girl. I don't want the universe to take this from me. I want to be right about this, but I'm terrified that I'm lying to myself. My friends are all trans girls, and when I first started covertly dressing fem I was worried that it was just because my friends at that point were in large part femboys. I'll see a cute trans girl or femboys who could pass and feel this massive spike of anxiety and pain. But I don't think I actively feel dysphoria necessarily, and I don't really know if I feel any sort of gender euphoria. People using she/her pronouns for me still feels odd sometimes, rather than euphoric.
I guess part of it is how so much of my identity was always tied up with being a boy. I'm an eagle scout and started as a tiger cub, so spent 10 years of my youth actively immersed in a male-focused space, defining myself by the term "boy scout." My soccer team was all boys, my friends were largely boys growing up because of my extracurriculars. My body is undoubtedly masculine, with broad shoulders that I used to be proud of, and I felt proud to get a more defined jawline and have lost my chest fat when I lost weight. And I'm still sometimes proud of those things, despite them being 100% masculine.
I'm just scared. I'm anxious. I want to be a girl, but a loud part of me is saying I'm not one. I want to be a girl, but I'm afraid that I'm lying to myself and just trying to convince myself that's what I want. I want to be a girl but whenever I say or type that the anxiety grows and tells me I'm lying. I don't want to be a boy. I can't be a boy. The universe can't take this from me too. It's taken too much already.
I know this is just a rant, but I've bothered my friends with this shit too much already and I need a place to let it out.
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2023.05.30 20:02 Some-Independent-380 24 [M4F] Anywhere/Online Looking for someone to share life with

I am close to my mid 20s and each day I have been feeling stronger inside me a feeling of loneliness and of someone lacking in my life, someone to be there to cheer me up, to support me, hear or even love me in some aspect for who I am and what I have become. I realize dating and in general finding someone to bond with is not an easy or often succesfull process but I wanted to try anyway to find someone longing for companionship, that also shares my values of being open minded, caring, with big heart and not judging others. What I look for is someone I can trust wholeheartedly and be able to talk with for endless hours without feeling the care to look at the clock and feel happy to wake up to as well. I am someone that is a bit closed off at the start, an introvert but also sensitive, ambitious and wanting to change life for the better for me and those around me. If you think we could match in some qualities and what I said moved you, you could try and message me and maybe we can talk. I have to ask though to be okay with the possibility of a long distance connection and also me not being ready to exchange pics right away, if physical attraction is your main priority maybe you can skip this post. Thank you for reading and hope to see those interested, take care all!
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2023.05.30 20:02 everythingsummarized 22 [F4R] Virginia/Anywhere - Looking for whatever the universe throws my way :)

22f, appalachian, working in the nonprofit sector.
i'm mostly looking for organic connections with people that share similar interests, hobbies, or lifestyles. i graduated from college in 2021, and it's been fun figuring out life! i'm just a mountain girlie living in a city for work. i'm a big fan of traveling, which was put on a brief hiatus during covid, so i'm excited to get back out there. i'm an introvert at heart, but i love making meaningful connections with the people around me. i'm a little loud, a little opinionated, but funny enough to make up for it.
i have three degrees that i'm really proud of! i'm super open minded and curious about the world.
things i love: my little dogs, my hamsters, discovery+, baking, wrestling, dinosaurs, tattoos, thrifting, dolly parton, impractical jokers, traveling, 90 day fiance, interior decorating, sims, animal jam classic, detective joe kenda, birdwatching, gardening, anyone that has taken the time to educate themselves on social/political/economic issues.
things i don't love: anything to the right of socialism, illogical arguments, the american political landscape, capitalism.
ideal future: homesteading in the mountains with a silly little garden, chickens, and a great place to drink coffee. tell me what a dream life looks for you?? 20+
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2023.05.30 20:02 thespringof21 How to integrate Klaviyo on customized sign up form in Bigcommerce?

Our client has a customized newsletter sign up form in their Bigcommerce store. It is also integrated with Klaviyo. Since the sign up form is customized and not an embedded code form Klaviyo, how will I integrate it to make sure that the subscribed email will be stored in Klaviyo?
I’ve read this documentation already but it’s pointing me to creating a form in Klaviyo and embedding it
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