You've been challenged to a duel. Roll 1D20 for the form in which the invitation arrives.
1. A chorale issues the challenge in the form of a madrigal sung in quintal harmony.
2. The challenge is tattooed on a piece of cured human skin.
3. The challenge is printed on broadsides which are posted in every marketplace in the city.
5. The challenge is sewn into a silk ribbon plaited into your lover's hair.
6. The challenge is stuck to your front door using the broken hilt of a good friend's sword.
7. The challenge is spelled out in fireworks at a court gala.
8. The challenge is carved into the oak tree outside your lover's bedroom window.
9. The challenge is inserted into the dialogue of a commedia dell'arte performance.
10. A sword is delivered in a case with the challenge engraved into the blade.
11. A silk-and-velvet doublet arrives with the challenge embroidered into the fabric.
12. An old peasant slowly drives a mule-drawn charrette around the city, with the challenge painted on a dirty sheet draped over the side of the cart.
13. The challenge is printed as the dedication in a fencing manual.
14. The challenge arrives stamped into the surface of a cannonball.
15. A painting depicting you and your challenger dueling in a well-known location appears on the wall of your lover's salon.
16. The challenge is written in blood on the steps of your parish church.
17. The challenge is painted on a long banner hanging from a hot-air balloon.
18. A ruby-lipped courtesan in a passing carriage tosses you her scarlet silk glove, with the challenge on a slip of paper inside.
19. The challenger slaps you and demands satisfaction - sometimes the old ways are best, after all.
20. Roll twice - the challenger is taking no chances that the invitation may be missed.