Anyone else get irritated at yourself later when you think “I should have done THAT” during a session.
The group is climbing a tower of a mad wizard, and comes about a creature that is wearing a key around its neck in a room that has 4 red lanterns (one on each wall).
I let them tell me what creature they see. It could have literally been anything.
They chose a bunny. (Strangely enough, the creature that I envisioned them picking when I thought up this scenario)
One of them trips into the room after a volley roll rolls a 7 (yes, they hit the bunny — and yes, after a humorous attempt at ‘animal speak’ by my Druid, they knew it wasn’t a real bunny).
Walls zoom away in all directions, bunny turns into a massive, slavering, demonic bunny. And they realize quickly enough that they need to kill the lanterns (with the side effect of the room taking a massive, possibly vomit-inducing LURCH after each lantern was destroyed, and making the bunny smaller and weaker in the process).
It wasn’t rocket surgery, but it was a lot of fun
The part that annoyed me later that night is that I didn’t have the bunny take any massive leaps into the air and land on people. Sure, he fought them, and hurt them pretty good with his sabertooth-like teeth and wicked claws. But I just wish he’d done something more “bunny-like” during the battle (I wish I’d taken 2 minutes after finding out what they wanted to plan out some more thorough monster details)
Anyone else have any minor regrets like this?