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Page 590 in The Baratie
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wabbitking




29th Aug 2014, 12:09 AM
"paddy translation"

can some one please translate what he says in the first speech bubble

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What?




29th Aug 2014, 12:12 AM
"Translating!"

We were cooks for 10 years and been in 300 resturaunts. Back then, we'd get fired for getting into fights.

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Raxon

Raxon




29th Aug 2014, 12:26 AM

TONIGHT! WE DINE! IN HELL!

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dragonbrain




29th Aug 2014, 12:28 AM

Meh, the baratie is on the edge of the grandline. So more like they dine at charon's place.

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Raxon

Raxon




29th Aug 2014, 12:43 AM

Judging by the way they're talking, it sounds pretty hellish to me.

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wabbitking




29th Aug 2014, 1:13 AM
"thankyou!"

thankyou!

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Evens




29th Aug 2014, 7:54 AM
"Paddy's Speech"

Does Paddy have some accent that I am incapable of recognizing, or is he just talking like a little kid with a speech impediment?

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Zaerosz




29th Aug 2014, 8:03 AM
"Re: Paddy"

Perhaps he's just incapable of closing his mouth? I like to read his lines imagining a guy trying to speak with his mouth wide open facing into a strong wind, if that helps.

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Guest




29th Aug 2014, 4:17 PM
"voice"

I'm pretty sure it's supposed to be Elmer Fudd.

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Fire Hazard




29th Aug 2014, 2:37 AM
"Question Time!"

I claim it. Anybody who's tried 5th Edition: Tell your stories!

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Srgt.Grif




29th Aug 2014, 2:55 AM

Well, for quite a while, I've been part of a play test/5th ed. campaign (we transitioned as soon as the PHB came out). Honestly, the people who game with me are.... insane. For instance, a Kender who was apparently walking around with a dead dwarf in her pockets. Who proceded to use the corpse to distract a slime. Or Pit-Jumping Saete, who decided to jump down a pit she couldn't see the bottom of, and ended up breaking her legs and sitting out most of a fight. And who I nearly killed by pulling on a rope REALLY hard (STR 20, +2 in athletics), and the time when I effectively wrestled a god and won. using the same character. at level THREE!

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Fire Hazard




29th Aug 2014, 3:25 AM

That's not the kind of thing that you can just mention. "Oh, got Jesus in a choke hold." You've won the prize: your reward? Elaboration.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




29th Aug 2014, 8:04 PM

Really, I don't think it would be that hard to get Jesus in a chokehold; I can't see him resisting. He'd forgive & make you repent, is all.
...it all makes sense now; Jesus was a Diplomancer.
Still want that story, though.

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Evan




29th Aug 2014, 10:19 AM
"5th edition"

My group initially started with the playtest of fifth then sorta fell back to pathfinder, when the starter box came out (and now the phb) we decided to give it another go.
It went really well, we kept picking some of the toughest fights well before we should have. For instance we ignored the goblin camp and instead picked a fight with mercenaries. I was playing the fighter, I was knocked out and thanks to the cleric got back up 3 times in one fight. At low level that happened a lot. Later on when we gained a couple of levels and were level 3 I could take a beating and thanks to armor and shields I became a walking battle turtle.
We beat the dragon in the adventure at level 4 just barely, although it did fall on our sorcerer and cleric and almost kill them. Also our halfling rouge spent most of the game playing the most dangerous game of pika-boo I have ever seen. Mostly stab and hide.

We have built out characters from the PHB and this saturday will begin our first game from the official version, our current group is made of a tiefling bard entertainer, half elf sorcerer sage, dragon born barbarian outlander (plays bagpipes), and wood elf monk outlander (I play the flute the kind satyres play) we might end up forming a band, seeing as the only one without proficiency in an instrument still has a really nice charisma score.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




29th Aug 2014, 8:06 PM
"Google Isn't Finding This Duet, and That Makes Me Sad"

A panpipe-playing Monk and a bagpipe-playing Barbarian? Excellent.

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