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This is a collection of the third six short stories in the Caverns and Creatures series. It includes the following titles: House of Madness Naga Please Elf Inflicted The Land Before Tim A Fistful of Gold Pieces The Minotard If you've already purchased all of these books, there is nothing new for you here. If you haven't yet purchased any, you can save a few bucks by buying This is a collection of the third six short stories in the Caverns and Creatures series. It includes the following titles: House of Madness Naga Please Elf Inflicted The Land Before Tim A Fistful of Gold Pieces The Minotard If you've already purchased all of these books, there is nothing new for you here. If you haven't yet purchased any, you can save a few bucks by buying this collection. If you've only purchased some of these already, you'll have to do some math.


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This is a collection of the third six short stories in the Caverns and Creatures series. It includes the following titles: House of Madness Naga Please Elf Inflicted The Land Before Tim A Fistful of Gold Pieces The Minotard If you've already purchased all of these books, there is nothing new for you here. If you haven't yet purchased any, you can save a few bucks by buying This is a collection of the third six short stories in the Caverns and Creatures series. It includes the following titles: House of Madness Naga Please Elf Inflicted The Land Before Tim A Fistful of Gold Pieces The Minotard If you've already purchased all of these books, there is nothing new for you here. If you haven't yet purchased any, you can save a few bucks by buying this collection. If you've only purchased some of these already, you'll have to do some math.

30 review for 3d6

  1. 4 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    3d6 (Caverns and Creatures collection 3) by Robert Bevan is another collection of stories to hurt yourself on. Seriously, you could strain a muscle laughing.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Theo Karner

    This is a collection of short stories based on the Caverns and Creatures world. In order to enjoy them you should first read at least the first Critical Failures book to understand the context. Caverns and Creatures A parody of Dungeons and Dragons. The book follows a group of friends that have been 'sucked/transported' into the Caverns and Creatures world. Each short story is effectively a specific 'quest/dungeon'. Crude Humour If you don't like your stories liberally sprinkled with swearing, This is a collection of short stories based on the Caverns and Creatures world. In order to enjoy them you should first read at least the first Critical Failures book to understand the context. Caverns and Creatures A parody of Dungeons and Dragons. The book follows a group of friends that have been 'sucked/transported' into the Caverns and Creatures world. Each short story is effectively a specific 'quest/dungeon'. Crude Humour If you don't like your stories liberally sprinkled with swearing, banter, and crude jokes then this book is not for you. Audio Version This book is the type that I think works very well in the audio version. I have listened to all the Caverns and Creatures on Audible and it helps make the story that much better.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gina

    C&C shorts are just the best bedtime stories. At the end of the day, there's nothing like curling up with a romp through the ridiculous and nonsensical fantasy world that this ridiculous and nonsensical band of bros find themselves inhabiting. In fact, it's such a part of my nightly wind-down, I wonder; If they ever go home again...how will I sleep? So I vote they stay put. Maybe I wouldn't walk away from Omelas after all... I might be a terrible person. *shrug*

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie Dale Keck

    Kindle Unlimited, the writer definitely isn't 'right' but he is on ku, a few binge readings were in my future. d6 (Caverns and Creatures collection 1) Cave of the Kobolds - ZOMBIE ATTACK!!! - Orcs, Bears, and Assholes - Shipfaced - Dungeon Crawl - The Creep on the Borderlands 2d6 (Caverns and Creatures collection 2) Nymph-O-Maniacs- Buzzkill - Cooper's Christmas Carol - Sticky White Mess - Clerical Error - Cornholed 3d6 (Caverns and Creatures collection 3) House of Madness - Naga Please - Elf Kindle Unlimited, the writer definitely isn't 'right' but he is on ku, a few binge readings were in my future. d6 (Caverns and Creatures collection 1) Cave of the Kobolds - ZOMBIE ATTACK!!! - Orcs, Bears, and Assholes - Shipfaced - Dungeon Crawl - The Creep on the Borderlands 2d6 (Caverns and Creatures collection 2) Nymph-O-Maniacs- Buzzkill - Cooper's Christmas Carol - Sticky White Mess - Clerical Error - Cornholed 3d6 (Caverns and Creatures collection 3) House of Madness - Naga Please - Elf Inflicted - The Land Before Tim - A Fistful of Gold Pieces - The Minotard 4d6 (Caverns and Creatures collection 4) Djinngle Bells - Genital Harpies - The Unwashed Asses - B.Oar Guests - Wight Trash - Probing the Annis Caverns and Creatures: Volume I (Books 1 - 4) Critical Failures (Caverns and Creatures Book 1) Critical Failures II (Caverns and Creatures Book 2) Critical Failures III (Caverns and Creatures Book 3) Critical Failures IV (Caverns and Creatures Book 4) Space Puppies Flying Toasters - The DeadPixel Tales {one of collection of writers, seems to be permafree} Check with amazon to see if the 4 pack is still on sale, etc, I got it for 99, the 4 books listed above titled separately under the set. The smaller collections are listed on top of which this one is the 3rd collection {of 6 stories} with the titles listed for this and the others those since covering the mini collections here. I read the 4 pack, then the collections, in order, not totally sure it would matter with this genre, do suggest personally that the 4 set then the smaller collections be read in order, it did help in most cases. Writer does list and say if you have the 3d6 {#3 collection} not need to re/read individual stories listed as are the same stories as in the collection. It's why I just got the sets and still my opinion to read in order and in sets which is easier anyway. Last checked the entire 6 set{s} was available on ku, so no need to pull up multiple books and no need to worry about order at all. Again, 3d6 (Caverns and Creatures collection 3) consists of House of Madness - Naga Please - Elf Inflicted - The Land Before Tim - A Fistful of Gold Pieces - The Minotard, and yes am enough of a geek to find those funny and with almost unlimited possibilities for subject matter.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sha

    I've held off on reading the main storylines because well- I try to be a politically correct person, and this series is NOT that. It's also not mean-spirited (except to the MCs, who are jerkasses themselves), and the premise is something I am in love with. So.. //makes seesaw motions Anyway, I plan to read the short story collections, since that's what I'm interested in anyway.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Frankie Saxx

    Entertaining stories, as one expects from Robert Bevan, but what pushes this collection over the top for me is Dave's monologue on the artist's need to be open to criticism in "The Minotard" (the final story in the book).

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dionysi Krinas

    Short stories in the Critical Failures series, meant to be read in between the main books I think but are pretty cool out of order also. I have certainly enjoyed their many double entendres that make for some pretty good humour. The last book with the Minotaur was the funniest I think.

  8. 4 out of 5

    AK

    A fairly easy read with tons of funny moments. The writing is definitely a lot better than some of the earlier works, I can definitely tell Bevan cuts straight to the point. My favorite story has to be the 'The Land Before Tim'. It is a very creative story with a beautiful twist at the end.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Merewyn

    Fun little adventures these short stories are a romp! It's so much fun to read about the gang in their quest and adventure between the novelsgetting the next book in the series now! Fun little adventures ☺these short stories are a romp! It's so much fun to read about the gang in their quest and adventure between the novels😉getting the next book in the series now!😊

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ivo Eersels

    More of the same as the Critical Failures books. The story with the Elves on Dino-Land got me laughing out loud though. The sexual innuendo is way over the top XD

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amy Asadoorian

    Always fun with the C&C gang Another fun time, rollicking w the crew. And I learned something today: don’t make fun of the Minotard’s stage name. He just doesn’t get it.

  12. 4 out of 5

    William Siracuse

    Where do I start Another fun read all around. The party get themselves in a bunch of precarious situations and come. Out covered in carp in the end. Another fast paced fun read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Oron

    Fun stories, in the spirit of the main novel-length title. If you like the main series - this will definitely be fun for you.

  14. 5 out of 5

    David

    This set of short stories had me rounding on the floor laughing so hard that my side hurt.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mark Wilcox

    These shorts keep getting better and better. I've been reading nothing but Robert Bevan stories for the last 2.5 months and it's amazing.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dan

    Ha-ha. Dave sucks.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Antonio

    Funny, dear God funny. Nothing but a great blast. Comparing this collection of short stories to the actual going story, seems a bit unfair. Short story wise, Robert Bevan really seems to go right into comedy madness. Such a good time. On my way to work, I often listen to audiobooks. There were a few times that I almost had to pull over to the side of the road, gripping my side in laughter. From the narration, to the stories, and the unique characters this just hits comedy gold. I can't recommend Funny, dear God funny. Nothing but a great blast. Comparing this collection of short stories to the actual going story, seems a bit unfair. Short story wise, Robert Bevan really seems to go right into comedy madness. Such a good time. On my way to work, I often listen to audiobooks. There were a few times that I almost had to pull over to the side of the road, gripping my side in laughter. From the narration, to the stories, and the unique characters this just hits comedy gold. I can't recommend this enough. A great fun time. Get it.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Vincent Wood

    I started writing a review for this book, but then I realized I was becoming rather repetitive regarding my comments of this series, almost as repetitive as the author is with his jokes. I almost feel like I am beating a dead horse except the horse keeps disappearing the moment it expires. This has been an enjoyable enough series that I read all three currently published books and all three currently published collections of short stories. Now we need to convince a couple of the characters in I started writing a review for this book, but then I realized I was becoming rather repetitive regarding my comments of this series, almost as repetitive as the author is with his jokes. I almost feel like I am beating a dead horse except the horse keeps disappearing the moment it expires. This has been an enjoyable enough series that I read all three currently published books and all three currently published collections of short stories. Now we need to convince a couple of the characters in this series to start wearing diapers.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Logan Horsford

    I enjoy these books. Lowbrow humor, really dumb people. It's a bit like watching the Three Stooges - but in book form. The reader is excellent as well. Personally, I'd like to see a TV show made about this. Have the start the same as the books but instead of going back to the real world so soon, their weekly adventures are things in the 'game land'. That would be nice. For some reason, TV execs fail to contact me and ask for my thoughts on what they should throw money at. /sad So yeah - read this I enjoy these books. Lowbrow humor, really dumb people. It's a bit like watching the Three Stooges - but in book form. The reader is excellent as well. Personally, I'd like to see a TV show made about this. Have the start the same as the books but instead of going back to the real world so soon, their weekly adventures are things in the 'game land'. That would be nice. For some reason, TV execs fail to contact me and ask for my thoughts on what they should throw money at. /sad So yeah - read this book - after you've read the rest in order.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Karlyn

    Enjoyable, irreverent and fun Great addition to the Caverns and Creatures story line. You need a bit of juvenile sense of humor as there continues to be body humor, foul language and sexist spins. As long as you can get past that, it'll be a fun romp. As a D&D player, I've enjoyed the stories. I would rather have the next installment but these will tide me over a little. Warning though that they are not in order

  21. 5 out of 5

    John Perkins

    Just as much fun as all the others. Character voices sounded a little different in this audio book, which threw me off a bit, but it's similar to going back and watching the first season of the Simpsons. Now the long wait for the next in the series.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Krista Galhouse Charles

    So far this has been my favorite installment of d6 short stories. I can't wait to listen to them again! I listened to the Audiobook version and would highly recommend getting it for any C&C books! Can't wait to start 4d6!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    Just keeps getting better. The variety of ways these guys get nowhere is amazing. I love the creativity Bevan puts into these tales. Please keep them coming!!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Shaun Johnston

    Another good easy read full of fart, sperm sharts and other various vulgarities. Definitely not a Christian read.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Aden

    As always this series provides uncontrollable laugh out loud moments to embarrass you in the grocery line. A fun run.

  26. 5 out of 5

    J. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    This one was too vile. The crudity went way up and I think I finally had as much of the Cooper character as I could handle.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Dave

    Solid effort. Dick and fart jokes will always be funny.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Joe

    Audible Version. Best collection so far. Narrator did a great job.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    This is the best of the d6 collections. Rude & crude but hysterically funny.

  30. 5 out of 5

    James Crutchfield

    Hilarious Juvenile? Yes. Hilarious? Absolutely! I love these stories because it could be my friends and I stuck there having these adventures!

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