Originally Posted by Ravens_cry
You fake an injury, pretend to die, get buried, and then dig yourself out, moving to a different area and/or, especially in more modern times, change your appearance.
Well yes, she could do all of that. However, faking the injury, playing dead, being buried, etc. It's all just a show to get to the part where you move to somewhere where the people won't know you aren't normal.
If the people can't kill you (and they clearly can't) and you can walk further than the reach of your reputation as 'a devil' within a week or so (simple for an apparently invincible being in Medieval times) why bother with the act?
The end result is the same either way, Jones moves to another place where nobody knows her. If she scares the hell out of the townsfolk rather than letting them think they won, is that necessarily even a bad thing?
78% of all DM's start their first campaign in a tavern. If you're among the 22% who didn't, copy and paste this into your signature and tell us where you DID begin.
The docks of a small fishing village. One of the character's nearly drown trying to catch a fish barehanded.
Originally Posted by navar100
What the DM says goes. If he says enough stupid stuff, the players go too.