My 3-year-old was a bit jealous that his big brother, who is 6, was able to pick out his first set of dice, today. He insisted on playing Dungeons & Dragons, so in what can only be described as a game of make-believe, he and I came up with his very own D&D story. His character is Donobhán, a gnome ranger. He's described as being very short, with small eyes, small ears, a small nose, and a big mouth. He's a forest gnome. Donobhán is an expert with a bow, and uses arrows with plunger suction cups at the end.
Donobhán lives in a tree house built among the top branches of tall banana trees. He loves bananas. He ties a rope to his arrow before shooting a bunch of bananas. That way, he can easily retrieve the bananas simply by pulling them back into his home.
One day, a pink bug crawled onto Donobhán's nose, and tickled him. Fearing that other denizens of the forest would suffer a similar fate, Donobhán rushed to the local market to save the weekend shoppers, but it was too late -- they were all on the ground giggling as they were tickled by pink bugs. The end.