Maine born Samantha Hanks had to take her chonky kitty to the vet. Poor Scottie had an abscess rupture on his chin, and it needed proper attention.
As these things tend to be, it was a last-minute, on the spot appointment and so Samantha scribbled down some notes on a scrap of paper so the vet would have full context and then left her feline friend at the drop-in.
That scrap of paper happened to be part of a D&D character sheet.
Scottie is doing much better now and Samantha was delighted to discover that the vet had finished filling out the character sheet. The cat is now a noble (of course), and allies with Dr Katherine, the Tech Kaylyn and seems to have adopted a younger cat. Despite being a bit on the plump side now, the character sheet insists that Scottie the Noble was a great fighter back in the days.
The cat’s treasure of note? +25 AC gold-tipped nails (wow!) and +5 constitution catnip mouse. With loot like that it’s easy to see how Scottie isn’t going to let little chin damage ruin his day.
Scottie’s story went viral on Facebook, and Samantha kindly agreed to make her post public, so the rest of the internet could share the delightful story.
What stats would your own kitty have?
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