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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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DeadpanSal




14th May 2018, 12:22 AM

"Okay, roll for loot."
"96. What's a Reject Dial?"
"Forget you read that. You get the goggles."

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Vanacan




14th May 2018, 6:00 PM

Almost as bad as the time I rolled up a sword of wish in 5e, except I was the one saying “screw that, roll again”. Everyone else thought it’d be useful, I knew it would be a giant target.

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Departure_Dave




14th May 2018, 2:57 AM

Considering it was a Save-or-die challenge, I think he was fairly compensated =)

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CC




15th May 2018, 9:52 AM

Also, everyone forgets how much Wish can screw you over.

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Tarrangar




15th May 2018, 4:35 PM

Only if you are stupid about it, just don't be greedy and wish will work fine, unless your DM is an asshole, wish has what it can do safely plainly spelled out in the description, keep your wish to those limits, and it will only be screwed up if the DM is being an asshole, or if the wish is being granted by a monkey paw item, or another malicious wishgranter.

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Vanacan




15th May 2018, 4:38 PM

I know to be safe about it, the issue wasn’t that wish is a bad spell. The issue was that I had a magic sword that granted the wielder 3 wishes. Countries would wage war over that in low magic settings, and in High they’d still send a bunch of high lvl people hunting it down if anyone noticed it (especially since I was lvl 1)
(The dm was just starting 5e, and was way too used to 3.5e mindset on magic items and power levels if you can’t tell)

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ProfessorHawke




15th May 2018, 7:41 PM

Not sure what 3.5e games your DM played; that sword with all three wishes left (or even just 1) was hardly a level 1 loot drop. You wouldn't see Luckblades WITHOUT wishes remaining until about 10th.

That said, very good points about getting rid of that in a hurry. The only other thing I can think of is to spend the three wishes outright (and carefully) so you don't have the target painted on your back but still benefit.

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Vanacan




15th May 2018, 11:21 PM

Haha, it wasn’t even a drop. It was starting equipment she had us roll randomly for, and her idea of 3.5 included a lvl 1 character based almost entirely off of dndwiki races/feats and abilities. A different game where she was a player (3.5) and she could literally control/charm anyone because she made them roll a wisdom save instead of a will save. Even gods won’t have a high enough wisdom to avoid it at any reasonable rate. (Needless to say that game derailed fast and fell apart, despite her not abusing it, she’s a good person she just can’t stand being anything less than a munchkin)

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Super_Big_Mac

Super_Big_Mac




16th May 2018, 7:03 AM

I barely care about being munchkin-y. If anything, the only thing I always want more of is AC, because all my characters seem to have the lowest health in any group. Other than our Fighter, of course, but that's because they're a frontline fighter whose luck is shite when it comes to enemies rolling well.

Also, Roleplay can trump even a Nat 20 at times with my GM. Early on in my first campaign, everyone had to roll Knowledge: History (I think?) checks, and the two party members who had that as a skill rolled Nat 1s. I didn't have any points towards it whatsoever, but the GM had talked up the place we were headed, hinting at a rather detailed backstory, so I basically said "Don't worry guys, I read it in a book once!" With just that, the DM was willing to just give me some basic knowledge, but then I rolled a Nat 20, so he went into detail about how I'd read the stories surrounding this place to my sister as bedtime stories, and had been such a dorky, loving brother that I even researched the surrounding area to make scale model maps with actual mountains and valleys so I could use my telekinesis to make "puppet" shows of those tales.

So what would have taken us nearly a week to follow the meandering road created by a bored Chaos god took us only a day because my character's a huge nerd. That said, I became my group's Dorothy Ann, and "I read it in a book once!" became my "According to my research..."

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