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Clonchrooper




19th Dec 2014, 12:05 AM

I shouldn't... but I must! I can't... but how could I not? I... can't... control... the urge...
FIRST!!
NO, PLEASE FORGIVE ME INTERNET! HOW COULD I COMMIT SUCH A HORRIBLE ACT?!?!

P.S. I cast: Summon Bigger Raxon!

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Orion Fury




19th Dec 2014, 12:27 AM

Don't feel so bad, same thing happens to me when I see no comments. Granted it's been about 7 years since I've done it, but still, I've done it.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




19th Dec 2014, 1:00 AM
"A... Bigger Raxon? Does such a thing exist?"

You fool! You've fallen for one of the classic blunders doomed us all!

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Raxon

Raxon




19th Dec 2014, 2:00 AM

It's fine, but you need some spell components to cast Summon Bigger Raxon. You will need a computer with the browser at a furry image board. Congrats! You now know the proper way to cast Summon Bigger Raxon!

And now you can be a wizard, just like me!

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Lina

Lina




19th Dec 2014, 2:31 AM

Well, you summoned Raxon. It's a start, but it's not a Bigger Raxon yet. I think you need to level it up more or take a few feats for that!
Good luck!

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Super_Big_Mac

Super_Big_Mac




19th Dec 2014, 5:18 AM

Truly, a Bigger Raxon would simply be Him and I fused together, and then triplicated. The Super Big Raxon Trio!

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Bigger Raxon




19th Dec 2014, 9:17 PM
"Wait, what just happened?"

What happened to the Christmas cookies I was decorating? Where the hell am I?

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*Sigh*




19th Dec 2014, 2:34 AM

Story time!

Tell a story that involves the destruction of a piece of armor.

I actually have a bit of an unusual one, we were doing a semi-stealthy dungeon crawl that involved a bunch of automatons in the shape of:
A. Spiders, and
B. Our Rogue (long story)

The spiders had a twofold attack strategy. First they would grapple with an opponent and, upon a successful grapple with that opponent, would begin covering them with a metallic web. Once the victim was completed being covered in the web, the spider had what was essentially a taser in its "mandibles" that would zap the web and melt it something fierce, along with the armor the victim was wearing.

Oh... and the victim themselves. But you know, details.

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Raxon

Raxon




19th Dec 2014, 3:43 AM

Allow me to tell you about a terrible spell, called touch of decay. Nonmagical items rust, crack, and generally become junk with a simple touch attack.

This horrible ability was owned by a golem. But not just any golem! No, this golem was powered by an orb of annihilation. Even though it was small and weak, it still managed to leave some of us more or less nude. Have I mentioned that I love playing a ranger? Because the class has its perks, like the ability to fight from a safe distance.

Man, I really wish I had the stats for that thing. I would love to use it in one of my games.

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