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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5



20th Jul 2018, 1:31 AM

Honesty is best, man.

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Random Person

20th Jul 2018, 4:00 AM
"So what makes GM happy?"

From what will he gain more Joy?
Will he let the player win, enjoyinga victory of the team, knowing that it is not 100% deserved?
Will he give the Victory to Sanji, build for cooking, played by him (mostly), enjoying having done a fine job?

Since I do not know anymor how this part of the story went in the original, I can see him do both, and neigther would be a downside to the players.

(In the end, Sanji is a part of the team... so even if Sanji wins, the whole profits.)

So yes, it is just a question of what he thinks to be right in this situation.

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Spare Parts

20th Jul 2018, 11:59 AM

I never watched the show so I don't know about no cooking contest, but I remember Sanji walking though Roguetown with an elephant tuna slung over his shoulder in the manga.

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20th Jul 2018, 12:55 PM

Ditto that, I think sanji will win in the end.

I expect it to be a turning point for Gordon too, but I don’t know if he’ll choose to lie or not.

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20th Jul 2018, 2:40 PM


The black text is all about Gordon's turning point, where he learns to balance his desires with the desires of the team. Gordon wouldn't be a good DM if he made a habit of fudging the dice to allow his players to win. This is a low risk way of letting them know he'll be honest and fair with them.

Meta-meta-answer: DT doesn't seem like the type who wants to play a table of assholes. When you find out the DM lies about rolls in your favor, that encourages reckless gameplay. If Luke gets reckless, that will result in parts of the team dying, if not a TPK.

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