It's time for another round of Cobalt Kobold Awards.
|Starts with mean right at the cover.|
This issue is stuffed with mean. And no, you crazy Aussies, I don't mean it that way.
Meanest Item: p. 14, the Gem of Undead Control. It seems like a great way to solve your local undead plague, except that it kills you when you hold it.
Meanest Location: p. 2, the Mine of Rot and Disease. Who mines for rot and disease? Mean people, that's who. Or crazy people. Like adventurers.
Meanest Class Feature: p. 23, and I quote, "Fire leaps from the holy symbol and consumes the monsters leaving only a small pile of ash." Ouch.
Meanest Adventure Hook: p. 19, When the Wheel Breaks. C'mon, we all know that herb is never gonna make it.
Meanest Joke: p. 19. It starts with a Jester getting eaten by trolls. Wait, is a Jester sort of like a Bard? Nevermind, he probably had it coming. Iambic Pentameter is a known catalyst for homicide.
Meanest Haiku: p. 16, Has anyone ever used "disgorged" in a haiku before??
Thanks for the big bucket of mean, Mr. Tim!