Anonymous asks: I was watching the episode the other day, and if I'm not mistaken when the banshee clawed at Percy it was called a Corrupting Touch? Do you think maybe that had anything to do with the corruption point? I'm unfamiliar with DND5e. I only really know pathfinder.
Naw, it’s just a fairly simple necrotic attack. The corrupting touch doesn’t have any additional side effects to it. Though that is a good point; Percy had all the rotten luck this week. At least his gun went back to critting instead of misfire after misfire.