I made a 'entrepreneurial'(pirate) bard recently and decided his pirate ship was a giant pipe organ that he played from the helm while steering, but sadly my DM has not allowed me to let him bring a grand piano into the Tomb of Annihilation. Might just ask for an accordian.
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A room full of armed traps helps the dungeoneers go down! In the most delightful way!
Had hilarious player who wanted to have a dragon skull as his instrument or a full on grand piano that he would lug around to every battle. I told him he could have a grand piano but the keys were made out of dragon skull. WAS AMAZING!
Hello! I'm new to the site and D&D, and I'm trying to create a Bard. Perhaps this question should go to a site feature request thread, but before I do that I want to see if you Bards can help me.
Is there a way to create (I guess the word is "Homebrew") new "musical instruments" for me to create and that get added to the list of options of the three instruments I gain proficiency in when creating a character?
My bard is not a musical one - an Actor/Comedian - and I would like to be proficient in something that would help an actor who doesn't sing. My idea is an ancient version of the non-electronic type of megaphone, known as the Speaking Trumpet. Or even the butt-end of my Halberd, which I could just bang on the ground to create rhythm and/or noise.
Any help would be appreciated!
given that it's called a "Speaking Trumpet", price it the same as the horn.
I haven't made a bard yet, but I'm dying to make a dwarven bard with bagpipes for my next campaign based around this mini I just finished painting. That said, I don't think that bagpipes are that weird, especially in battle!
I love the guys' conviction when he hits the room! How have I not seen this before? Thank you.
My lute is from a Kraken's tooth and inlaid with mithral. My DM says that if it's used one-handed, it's a shield. Two-handed, its a greatclub. And with the two separate +1 enchantments, it's a shield +1 and greatclub +1.