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Can We Keep Him?



A handful of short encounters and story hooks that may cause your party to question their desire to have pets…
Designed for characters of all levels

by Alan Tucker

Edited by Linda May, Art by Alan Tucker and the fine folks of the DMsGuild

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August 12th, 2023
Nice, simple, clearly explained, gameable scenarios that can be easily dropped in to any campaign. A bit wordy is the only complaint. [...]
July 26th, 2019
Does an excellent job at what it is described to do. a lot of fun for Dungeon Masters that are weary of their player's whining. [...]
June 18th, 2019
Great resource and great role playing potential. Having put Love Is Forever, Polymorph Is Not into my main campaign the "pet" is now part of my campaign and has given a mission to the players. Fun twists and great resource. [...]
November 7th, 2018
Great resource for a twist on gettng a pet. It was fun decieving my party into getting a peryton egg with them thinking it was a griffon egg. The fight with the mama peryton was fun, but now they want to raise it. I know perytons eat living hearts, so [...]
May 31st, 2018
If you love sneaking something else into the party, this has some great ideas. I like the role reversal, and I've trained my party to expect a managerie, if only so I can keep them moving thru slow spots. They would pick up a puppy in a heart beat [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on March 18, 2018.