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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer



30th Jul 2017, 8:25 PM

And... we're back!

Also, just in case anyone here happens to be interested, there's a One Piece RPG forum that I'm playing in right now. It's called One Piece Adventure: Reborn. Keep in mind that it's freeform, though there is sort of a system in place. Sort of.

Anyways, go check it out if you're interested. Might be worth your time. ^_^

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DeadpanSal




31st Jul 2017, 12:22 AM
""Louge" or "Log"?"

They say it two ways and no one really agrees how it should be said. Town of Rogues? Pro/Epilogue-Town? Anyone have any stories where no one at your table would say your DM's stuff right and it just stuck?

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LazerWulf

LazerWulf




31st Jul 2017, 4:11 AM

(Edit: Apparently I have not told this story, so here it is.)

After one early encounter, I, a Star Pact Warlock, was given a homebrewed set of +1 armor by the DM as a drop. The effect of the armor basically made it a light source, essentially turning me into a walking torch. The DM had some pretentious name for it, but I quickly forgot the actual name (and still to this day can't quite remember exactly what it was, something along the lines of "Armor of Twilight Sepulcher"), so I ended up referring to it as the "Armor of Twilight Sparkle".

(End Edit)

Later that same campaign, though as a different character (death, betrayal, etc. It happens), one of the newer players (whose first session in this campaign happened to be one I was absent from) had a familiar named "Glisil", which, for some reason or other, I kept mishearing. The first time I referred to it as "Whistle", nobody noticed, so it wasn't until a few times later that I was finally corrected. At that point, I, for some reason, figured it would be funny to keep intentionally messing up the familiar's name. I even created a list of "misheard" names I could use, each getting further away from the real name: Gristle, Glitter, Glimmer, Glamour, Griddle, Thistle, Missile, Spittle, Brittle, and so on. Sadly, I never got to use more than 2 or 3 of those, as scheduling conflicts (and moving to another state) forced me to drop out of the campaign.

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Anvildude




31st Jul 2017, 8:45 PM

Via both Google and Comicfury searches, I have determined that you have NOT in fact, shared your "Armor of Twilight Sparkle" story.

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LazerWulf

LazerWulf




1st Aug 2017, 2:15 AM

Fair enough, I'll just edit my previous post

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Otaku

Otaku




31st Jul 2017, 10:10 AM

Technically, one of our GM's struggled with this, though to be fair, it stemmed from his poor spelling. Words like "telepathy" would become "thalopathy" and leave us quite confused. Sadly, I parted ways with our group before I could find out if spellchecker was his friend. ;)

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BakaGrappler




31st Jul 2017, 2:34 AM

Sooo looking forward to Cory Intimidating the sword.

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Valandar




31st Jul 2017, 9:57 AM

Recently we had an NPC show up named Barnabus Cullington. Everyone immediately renamed him Benedict Cumberbatch.

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Poker




29th Nov 2017, 5:28 PM

Since i have seen one or two page of this arc.
I realise that i have nearly caugh up.

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