I am the sort who likes mazes and puzzles so using the old 'go through it' or 'go over it' tactics always make me frown.
See you Thursday.
That's why most mazes are magically impervious in D&D.
Even when they're thousands of years old, in a state of disrepair, and infested with monsters.
Mazes kinda HAVE to be magically reinforced to justify still being standing after thousands of years...
What property, if any, are Ryder and Sho from? Sounds familiar but I can't place it.
I could actually see Marceline punching one guy because she had a crush on a different guy. A weird jealousy/bad-at-expressing-herself combo.
They're both from Marceline's Gem Origin story.
Ryder is a reference to a Kamen rider, while sho is a reference to Shotaro Ishinomori, creator of kamen rider, cyborg 009, and more things than you could shake a stick at.
Probably recognized from the backstory, but that's cool. I never did see much of the American adaptation of "Dragon Knight".