Hmmm, Oracle curse dooooes sound fun.
I always do love being sadistic in original ways.
I remember in one game, inside a trapped chest, was a monstrous bag of holding, they all knew then I was partially trying to kill them (this was when they were about level 2 or 3 and I didn't want them to find a real bag of holding yet).
Of course, then they found out a say to stun it, and close it. That was my favorite group of players, they not only accepted my death traps and constant pit falls, they somehow weaponized it for there own needs. Stuffing a cursed weighted orb into the monstrous bag of holding to use in an emergency, which they dropped on a boss by destroying said Bag of holding and doing major damage to it.
Crit'd and great cleaved almost 3 heads off a hydra in a single turn. Due to a strange mixture of a natural 1 roll for me, and a natural 20 roll for them, they convinced an Orc 2nd in command to turn on his leader.
At the same time, there only real foe was each other.
First thing the Barbarian did was throw at a few orcs. The Table missed and hit the monk, who fell unconscious right then and there. The Sorcerer had a crossbow. It never hit an enemy once. It shot so many allies by mistake.
At one point the Barbarians weapon broke right before he was able to kill an early boss. The sorcerer, out of spells tried to fire his crossbow to finish him off, only to hit the Barbarian. The Barbarian ripped the bolt out of his skin (he passed the fortitude save and took the damage) and stabbed the Boss in the throat.
They were all complete psychopaths, which is probably why they were able to do so well. A foe gnome surrendered to give them info. They didn't trust him, so they covered him in honey (which one player insisted would be in the basic provisions, I admittedly caved for that one) and threw him down a spider pit, naked.
The monk was greedy and crazy. I shouldn't have allowed him to be like that. He took everything, he took the gnomes clothes. Later he took some heavy alcohol from a drunk Dwarf, I shrugged and said whatever, he even got some flint and steal. He eventually in one fight stuffed the gnomes clothes into alcohol bottle, lit it on fire and threw it at a group of enemies. He essentially made a Molotov cocktail.
Everyone stood there dumbfounded for a few moments. I began to wonder if that should be allowed, but it game for fun and I don't like stepping on creativity like that, so I let it slide. I was more careful about what to give him then.
Why did I just tell you all that.. I'm not sure, I guess i'm just reminiscing, that was my first and last really regular session. Most games I DM are rather random, whenever people get together sort of deal, or over skype / forums.
I completely lost track of what I was saying
Anyway. Welcome Lust.