In D&D I play a ranger who lost an eye in battle therefore having a disadvantage.
Me and my party of 6 friends went inside a tavern to rest just before we went on our main quest together. In the tavern we decided to have a few drinks - my character blacked out. Most players in the party decided to steal from me, taking a valuable egg (which I earned), and all of my gold.
I understand this is part of the game but when there are 4 dice rolls against my 1 then what can I do!? It just isn't fun: What is the point of playing?
I tried to ask what happened in the following morning but the other players just tipped off the bartender.
It is complete Meta-gaming.
I could try and get revenge by killing the players in a stealth manner but if this is just going to keep happening I may as-well just leave in game. What could I do if most people are just going to keep on stealing what I earn and making the game not fun to play?
Thanks for all the messages guys, didn’t expect this much of a response. It’s been a while since the last I updated this scenario. I took the advice and after the game I decided to address these points and how I felt about it to the party. Everyone was pretty chill and they essentially said that it was just a one off thing and that it was just a spur of the moment sort of thing. The following game they all decided to use tolls and tell me who took my stuff leading me to getting it back. In the end it all worked out they are still good Friends mine and always will it’s just the game at the end of the day and that’s how some people want to play sometimes, it just happens.
after all it is just a game, but a ranger never forgets ;)