[D&D] Wish – did you win or loss using it?

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    • #190183

      A “WISH” spell in D&D is usually a two-edged weapon.

      Most times the cost will be greater than the benefits.

      That is unless…..

       

      My ‘WISH-ed” evil multi-dual classed human random dungeon PC.
      To paraphrased the wishes:

      “I can dual class as many classes as I want.”
      The DM stated that if I rolled a 100% on a percentile roll, the wish will have no side-effect and be exactly as I had intended. I rolled a 100%.

      Must still have minimum required ability scores to begin any new class.

      I am currently on my 14th class which is currently an 18th level Illrigger (Lawful Evil Paladin). All the others are at least 11th level each.

      *** *** ***

      “I can use my reputation to overlord them.”
      The DM stated that if I rolled a 100% on a percentile roll, the wish will have no side-effect and be exactly as I had intended. I rolled a 100%.

      I have to roll its Charisma score after making a “speech”, while the “others” has to roll its intelligence and wisdom scores.
      If all are successfully rolled, they become my devote followers.

      If any of the three “rolls” fail and it comes down to combat, it first will subdue all dragons.
      If it can’t subdue, then it will kill all those whom opposed its will.
      Those that die/gets killed, the corpses are taken back home and then either gets made into stone statues or…

      *** *** ***

      “I can use my greater undeads to control all the lesser undead.”
      The DM stated that if I rolled a 100% on a percentile roll, the wish will have no side-effect and be exactly as I had intended. I rolled a 100%.

      Those not made into statues become part of its undead army/guards. It has enough wizards and necromancers and clerics to take care of all those corpses. Several Liches and other greater undead are also under its “command” to control over them.

      What better way to protect it territory/castle than with both living and undead protectors. One could not know what one would encounter if one tries to come in “unwelcomed”.

      All the players and the DM could not believe my luck on all those “WISH” rolls.
      And no, the wishes were not done at the same time.
      And no, I had to use someone else’s percentile dice each time to roll instead of my own dice.

      Right now, this PC’s main goal is to find every item available to be found in the Encyclopedia Magica.

    • #190191

      That is some amazing luck.  I never got a wish spell so I never got to use it but I’m sure my DM would have made sure the consequences were heinous.

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