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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5


23rd Feb 2018, 6:31 AM
"Tell a Story: Two Left Hands Don't Make It Right!"

Sometimes the left hand doesn't know what the right is doing, and sometimes one part of the party has no idea what the rest are doing.

Both spell disaster.

Share a story of when your team were following different objectives completely apart from one another. Bonus points if those goals crashed into one another with hilarious results.

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23rd Feb 2018, 8:50 AM

Would the time my character decided to borrow a pin from the munitions store of the enemy while the others set about rescuing the hostages count?

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23rd Feb 2018, 2:09 PM

Well that depends, was it a cotter key pin, or a grenade pin?

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23rd Feb 2018, 11:47 PM

I was playing a really mean Cleric of St. Cuthbert (I thought I was actually the son of my god, despite the evidence I really wasn't; I told everyone I was a paladin, but I wasn't; I was arrogant and buried enemies under my faith when they weren't religious. One time I found an ancient and irreplaceable tome, skimmed it for references to St. Cuthbert - or me - and then burned it as heretic nonsense.) This guy was somewhere between Skywalker and Arthas.

Anyway, we went to a city of the Unseely Fey court and they were hedonists and partying all the time. We needed their power source, which kept a dread linnorm outside of its holy light. When we took it, the linnorm chased us all down - heroes, radius of light, helpless civilians, end of the light, hungry linnorm. So we all ran as fast as we could and I was the only one that heard and understood the people behind us: "Slow down, we can't keep up."

"What are they saying?"
"They're saying run faster."

I'm the reason our table has the Genocide achievement!

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23rd Feb 2018, 11:54 PM

rouge learned the hard way
"reveal the traitor First, Then stab him."


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