My Player: Did you put it into the game?Haha, I loved that he knew I would do something like that. I've used player initials on tombs, made a whole adventure based around the job many of us share, and probably other things that were amusing and now forgotten. The raccoon went on the wandering monster list, showed up while the party was in the Villa of the Terratomancer, but, unfortunately for it, Z was in the form of a wolf and sent it packing. The real raccoon still lurks. . .
Me: Of course . . .
Update: Actually is improv the write term here? I'm talking more about weaving things about the audience and things the audience knows into the shared world. Seems like there would be a term for that. Probably Greek. Seems like I should know it.