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Pablo360

Pablo360




20th Sep 2017, 12:03 AM

“My pants are always eating peoples' ice cream. It's a whole thing. And they never go to the gym, either. Pretty soon they won't fit in their — hey WAIT A MINUTE”

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TempestK




20th Sep 2017, 12:38 AM
"Story time! Tell us about PCs and NPCs that were total bros"

Smoker is such a freaking bro.

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Otaku

Otaku




20th Sep 2017, 7:55 PM

My first gaming group was made up of either my closest friends of the time or their friends/relatives. Unless we're going with a more limited definition of bro, that means quite a few of our PC's and NPC's qualified. What I remember most are PC versions, possibly because NPC's we grew attached to had a habit of dying. XP None of these are from D&D, for the record.

1) Everyone should have a Wookie. My Rodian pirate (WEG Star Wars) picked up a Wookie with a life debt as a best bud due to a serious of unfortunate events for the Wookie and a Gungan (the latter run by the GM's baby bro). I recognized my good fortunate though, so I did whatever I could to help a Wookie out, being both a literal and metaphorical wingman at times.

2) That same GM ran a really crazy GURPS (Third Edition, Revised) game. Tech level was inconsistent, from pseudo-medieval to early industrial revolution, but probably because it was a "kitchen sink" setting where you had not only magic/supernatural, psionics, chi, but even super-powers available to certain characters. My half-elf was allowed multiple wereforms and eventually was thought dead (the GM brought him back as a major NPC, with my blessing). Guess I do have an NPC example, since it was his romantic relationship with an NPC that led her to getting him revived... but before his best bud was a PC magic bucket. Yes, one player not only designed but got the okay to play a self-aware, floating magic bucket that could see, hear, talk, and create any non-magic liquid within himself. So not only could he back you up in a fight by firing a jet of acid... afterwards he could help you relax and recooperate with a hot bubble bath!

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Guest




21st Sep 2017, 1:17 PM

a...taliking...bucket. THIS IS GENIUS !

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Otaku

Otaku




3rd Oct 2017, 9:15 AM

Ya wanna know what makes it better?

The name of the player of the bucket (not the bucket itself)?

Elric.

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Ye Tims




21st Sep 2017, 4:37 PM

I just like how Smoker's "My pants ate your ice cream" line from the anime was kept in.

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Jake




20th Sep 2017, 12:48 AM
"I knew he was one of the good guys!"

Alignments are a fickle thing when it comes to tabletop games. From lawful to chaotic, good and evil, and of course the hot mess that makes up anybody neutral. It's usually made pretty obvious through a characters actions if they're on the side of good, or bad, or just a third party out for themselves.

But sometimes looks can deceive. Maybe that thuggish brute that likes to crack skulls for money, drinks, smokes, and visits brothels has a soft spot for children. Maybe that affable aristocrat that's started several charity organizations and who tips 200% of the bill is actually planning on taking over the world. This can happen plenty of times, or has already happened with nobody the wiser.

Tell a story of a character that you or the party who's alignment or personality you assumed, only to find out that they're actually completely different from how they appear or act.

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Shard




20th Sep 2017, 3:32 AM

Ooh, that's a fun story. During a 5E game (which is currently on an indefinite hiatus), our party ran into an Important NPC Character ™ from one of the PC's pasts. Said PC had gone to the Prestigious Magic School and this guy was one of his former classmates - now out in the world doing an Independent Study. We run into this guy in one of the towns we're visiting, and our GM starts to voice him. Here's where the fun part kicks in - he uses a very similar voice for this character that he does for a particular villain in another session we were part of and he was a GM for. So naturally, basically everyone in the party assumes he's evil. The problem - in character we have nothing to back up these claims. He's doing some pretty suspicious things, but it's nothing that a solo player character wouldn't do (investigating the current storyline, using questionably legal methods, etc) so we can't, in character, call him out on anything - especially since we're helping him with some of this stuff. Some people in the party had suspicions for various reasons (the PC who knew him in the past thought he was a jerk, other PCs didn't like the way he felt, etc...), but a few key members of the party liked him, because he was helping them as well. The character I was playing was a naive barely-adult girl who had lived a pretty sheltered life, so as far as she was concerned he was a Pretty Cool Guy; our first Paladin was kind of an idiot who I don't know if they even took Detect Evil and so they trusted him because, again, helping us - and also periodically treating us to food; and our second Paladin was the younger brother of the PC who knew him, one that idolized said PC - so OBVIOUSLY anyone that knew his brother was a Swell Guy and so the thought of using Detect Evil on him never crossed his mind.

Due to the session being on hiatus we never did find out what his alignment was; but it quickly became a table joke that we were "totally helping the big bad" or that this guy had his own spooky agenda that we were unintentionally helping along and so on - all because a slightly shady dude had a similar voice to one of the main villains from another campaign.

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TB Tabby




20th Sep 2017, 2:25 AM
"The Sam Vimes of One Piece"

A cynical, cigar-smoking cop who disrespects authority while simultaneously being authority, had an unwavering code of ethics, and is a bulldog when chasing perps.

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8komma2




20th Sep 2017, 6:14 AM

I approve of this so much

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TempestK




20th Sep 2017, 7:12 AM

He even takes a motley crew of misfits and ne'er-do-wells and turns them into a highly effective and relatively competent police force.

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Guest




20th Sep 2017, 9:00 AM

That is real manliness.

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Reeder




21st Sep 2017, 12:37 PM

"i'm gonna ask him to join my crew!" Luke is crazy. :D

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