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Planning a DnD adventure centering on a hag doing the usual hag things to the local village. Bargains that backfire horribly, curses on firstborns and that kinda stuff. Have you had any good hag bargains in your games? I'm not necessarily trying to think of ironic monkey's paw stuff or genie rules lawyering, more bargains where hags just completely fuck over people desperate enough to turn to them for help, or use them as pawns to ruin everything around them.

Also accepting fun memories of hags in general.

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*bargains.
Sorry, I'm tired.

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>>69299087
I see no hag, I see a mildly attractive lady.
>>69299117
That is a proper hag.

Hags are fun when played as stereotypical cackling wise women, or witches, doing seemingly silly but very real things.

The original on-screen hags:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVoOLdLgWaU



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