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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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DeadpanSal




1st Dec 2017, 1:26 AM

Treasure. Dungeons. Dragons. Long ago the World's Greatest NPC died after obtaining everything the campaign had to offer. And before they could execute him, his final words drove countless players to roll new adventurers.

"You think you can do better? You're welcome to try! I left all of my loot on my character sheet!"

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Brainstorm




1st Dec 2017, 11:49 AM

*applause*

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Otaku

Otaku




1st Dec 2017, 1:14 PM

Woo! Yeah!

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*Psst* Can someone explain to me why having his character sheet is important for getting his loot? The GM can go either way, letting you obtain it without knowing specifics, while even having the sheet doesn't prevent the GM from informing you that some of it is missing. ;)

Now, given whom we are discussing, I think I'd want the character sheet so I knew what abusive, mix-maxing the GM had okayed at least once before. :D

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Veritas




1st Dec 2017, 2:30 PM

Well they never did say what happened to his body after so I always figured it was reclaimed by silver and brought to the final island again.

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DeadpanSal




1st Dec 2017, 3:51 PM

No idea, it was just the closest thing I could say in D&D Terms to "One Piece" that I settled out.

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Someday I'll have a name




2nd Dec 2017, 2:26 PM

Are you kidding? "I left the sheet in One Piece!" was begging to be used.

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Otaku

Otaku




5th Dec 2017, 11:07 AM

Sadly that does make too much sense. XP

A bit late, but story time! Anyone who sees this and wants to share a tale of players taking out their frustrations on their character sheets, or even unintentional character sheet wear and tear, go for it!

My own example is simple; our GM was one of those "The GM giveth and the GM taketh." types. So status quo resets weren't uncommon, including literally restarting a campaign over from the beginning. XP

So, the group got into a bad situation that resulted in a TPK, and player resurrection hadn't been confirmed one way or the other. Player A, who was the "other" GM in the group (we alternated campaigns) was so frustrated, he crumpled up his sheet because he was so mad they were set up to fail...

...except it was a plot point. He was the last significant character in the party of about a dozen to die, and once he did, we all woke up somewhere else. Our characters did actually die, but the gods be crazy (or maybe lazy), and were doing this because they needed an excuse to intervene. He really was about to rip up his sheet when the GM stopped him!

Just to make it more... interesting, the player in question was GM that many of us preferred except he had a habit of prematurely ending or flat out abandoning his campaigns before their natural conclusion. In other words, putting us in a no-win scenario wouldn't have been beyond him. XP

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