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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Rastaba

Rastaba




13th Oct 2017, 1:30 AM
"Strip Club = Tavern?"

...would a strip club qualify as a tavern? I mean some probably would make a point of selling drinks and while 'harassing' the girls at a strip club is frowned on more than at a tavern...there's nothing saying you won't find an old guy wearing an awesome hat trying to chat up some midgets at a strip club.

Yes, I did just equate Gandalf to a pimp. I regret nothing.

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Zilfallion

Zilfallion




13th Oct 2017, 4:46 AM

Man... now I just need to have my next game I GM involve the party making plans to meet at an Inn that turns out to actually be a strip club.

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Stephen




15th Oct 2017, 5:11 PM
"DUN dun dun dun"

Like in the Dragnet movie? Make them have the best coffee in town. And while you are at it, the best French Toast. I guess that would be some halfling dish though, since France probably doesn't exist there.

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Jarimor




13th Oct 2017, 5:59 AM

Bar Wench is a profession.
Whether or not stripping/****ing is a requirement is usually up to setting/tastes.

so i can believe it.

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Peliaosfiendline




13th Oct 2017, 9:11 AM

My personal opinion about strippers in rpg settings: every last one of them has at least one level of Monk/monk equivalent. Got to be able to protect themselves from rowdier clients, and monks tend to have enough dexterity to be quite flexible.

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Guest




16th Oct 2017, 12:33 AM

I dunno, rogues are pretty dextrous too, and I bet you'd get huge bonuses to pickpocketing when your mark is distracted by the show...

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Reeder




13th Oct 2017, 10:12 AM

now that i think of it, i don't think i ever came across a strip club in any campaign i took part in.

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Guest




13th Oct 2017, 2:55 PM

Robe of many colours, rough lackeys, word on the street is Sharkey's not one to cross...

Sauruman was the pimp wizard.

I am *totally* adding a Harlot Tavern to the next town the party goes to - and they have a choice between "Hive of Scum and Villainy" and "Someplace Worse."

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TheStevest

TheStevest




13th Oct 2017, 7:26 AM

I see what you did there.
And now I have to wonder, why nobody wanted to call him Captain Danger.

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Boss Ardkasul




13th Oct 2017, 1:58 PM

Okay, I understand the significance given the town they're in, but why would a town with a heavy Marine/government presence tolerate a business just called "Bar Gold Roger"?

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Gueist




13th Oct 2017, 4:08 PM

I think they don't care much since it's just a bar name. They probably take it as just a tourist thing, since many people come to this town to see "the execution platform where Gold Roger died", it's plausible that they just consider it is nomed for this.

or alternatively, Since before the arrival of smoker, the town was full of pirates preparing to reach the grandline, someone named his bar like this because it was a pirate bar. Then Smoker came in, and cleaned the town of his pirate, but did'nt do anything about people calling their bar like this because he is here to arrest pirate and don't give a damn about bar names.

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