In previous campaigns, the DM used to steal our characters while they slept impulsively for no reason in history. And not only by flying regularly, they manage to remove all our items, including worn clothes and armor. All are based on our listening test minus 10 in a roll. The party finds all this completely silly because we can lose everything for no reason and we have very few ways to recover it.
We have just started a new 3.5 campaign, all Level 1 basic races, and the DM has made it clear that we are following the rules to the letter. Our characters are however completely trampled because it makes all the meetings 3 levels higher than our party would be able to handle. After 2 unsuccessful encounters, we arrived in a village with about 20 people, all level 1, and decided to go to sleep there. After waking up, two of us woke up without armor, without clothes, without starting gear. The other 2, who went to sleep outside the village, woke up with all their items missing and carried away by animals.
We were not addicted, and nothing in NPCs allowed them to do it. Are there rules, or anything we can show the DM to prove that these actions are impossible and totally unfair?
It's terribly frustrating to have watched some parts of a Youtube video, and then iOS left it. If I did not write the timestamp, I would have no idea where I left off. Is there a way to prevent iOS from ending applications in sleep mode? Thank you!
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