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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Lina

Lina




25th Oct 2017, 4:21 AM

It's probably just me, but even in roleplaying games I *really* don't like to drink. Like, I know it's normal in the older timeperiods to drink alcohol, but I still go out of my way to order water instead.
But, because I don't like to drink in real life due to various reasons (I don't mind others drinking, I just don't want to myself) non of my characters like to drink either. I do it unconsiously; it had to be pointed out to me several times XD

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Chris Phelior




25th Oct 2017, 4:31 AM

Same here, with the Warlock I'm playing in my current 5e campaign being the exception. I fucked up so many of the poor guy's skillchecks he started trying to drown his sorrows in alcohol.

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Reeder




25th Oct 2017, 8:24 AM

Now that your mention it, i think i do that, too.

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DeS_Tructive

DeS_Tructive




25th Oct 2017, 9:05 AM

That's just a case of "sticking with what you know." Most players I know prefer to play their own gender/sexual orientation and ethnicity. Smoking/non-smoking works that way, too.

There's also a case to be made for people playing an idealized version of themselves. I've seen this on larpers extremely often. If a player becomes unusually emotionally attached to a character (usually their first one), it's often due to this.

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Gueist




26th Oct 2017, 10:24 AM

I usualy make characters different from me traits or personality-wise, specifically to avoid turning my character in a idealized version of myself.
but on the other hand, i do tend to make characters who don't smoke and don't drink more or less than i do if this is not something i purposedly want them to have as a character trait.

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Guest




27th Oct 2017, 12:22 AM

Depending on the time-period, beer/mead is often simply safer than water.

You can get all sorts of horrible illnesses drinking medieval water.

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Snowtwo




25th Oct 2017, 6:24 AM

Well, in Japan the legal age is 20 to drink, so I don't think One Piece would let Luffy drink while not being at least 20. That said, One Piece isn't Japan. Historically there wasn't any real 'minimum age' for drinking until the 20th century. Plus, said 'minimum age' law isn't really enforced too much it seems, so they probably could get away with it without too much fuss. Plus, this IS a pirate world and everyone knows how well pirates and rum go together... so there probably isn't a minimum age.

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Reeder




25th Oct 2017, 8:21 AM

If i remember well, Oda stated in a SBS that the legal age in OP was 16. So luffy and Ussop aren't underage since they where 17 at the begining of the story.
Chopper would be underage at the point where he joined the crew, but honestly he is a a reindeer, age calculation is a bit of a particular case for him.

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Vanacan




25th Oct 2017, 3:32 PM
"SBS CORNER"

I remember that too, I think...
he also said something about how the language of one piece was actually English, cause it had stolen all of itself from other languages and was suitably piratey.
I think he was just saying that though, he's done enough Japanese puns since then xD

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DeadpanSal




25th Oct 2017, 9:26 PM

I don't really think drinking is a relevant trait for the majority of my characters. But I drink all the time, or at least socially.

Now I want to make a drunken master that doesn't drink, he just fakes it really well. I'm thinking monk/bard!

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TheStevest

TheStevest




26th Oct 2017, 8:34 AM

My Question: Did GM bring a skull with him?

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Guest




26th Oct 2017, 5:44 PM

He probably have a fake skull or a sculpture.

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TheStevest

TheStevest




27th Oct 2017, 1:56 PM

Just looked it up on the internet.
A real human skull can be bought for about one or two thousand dollars.
But of course there are cheaper ways to obtain one.

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