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Super_Big_Mac

Super_Big_Mac




22nd Jun 2018, 12:19 AM
"Ship Wars"

Ahhh yes, the age old debate of who should and/or would marry whom.

Story Time: Was there ever a point in time where two or more PCs argued over whose character got to marry a certain NPC, or even who married who within the Party itself?

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Zyroes




22nd Jun 2018, 3:03 AM

My low charisma, but somehow still endearing, Dwarf Druid once competed with a Half-Dragon Magus for the affections of a pink-haired Gnome girl. He was very blunt in his approach, and when having to describe other women, would point out that they weren't as attractive as her.

My character ended up succeeding, but the other player having to miss half the sessions around that time certainly helped. Also, she thought my badger form was cute.

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Vanacan




22nd Jun 2018, 6:27 AM

I’m a dm, and just last session I had a player decide his cohort was going around looking for love. As said cohort was running for (pseudo)mayor. Declaring his love for the incumbent mayor.

Long story short the incumbent mayor turned him down, (I let her roll to see if she was persuaded to give the cohort a chance). She also lost the race, but not to him. Ostensibly a guard in town won (that the pcs practically forced to run for mayor).

Unofficially the players were also having a cohort chicken running for mayor too, and he kept rolling 20’s on persuasion to convince people to vote for him as a protest vote. They had him drop out once they realized that he had just won.

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Departure_Dave




22nd Jun 2018, 11:45 AM

Was the called "Nugget" ? ;D

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Vanacan




24th Jun 2018, 1:07 PM

The chickens name is Rocko, and is a fully functional npc with wizard levels.
He wasn’t supposed to actually live this long, the plan was to have him keep suiciding and “reincarnating” when the player buys a new chicken and calls him rocko.

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Guest




22nd Jun 2018, 10:43 AM

Ahh shipping. Our games have the dubious luck of releasing Yanderes on players.

In our Star Wars campaign our drunken lout of a force sensitive “dread pirate” ended up attracting the attentions of a noblewoman blackmail artist who he had knocked up during a one night stand. Needless to say his philandering got a great number of women killed.

In a Call if Cthulhu one of our player character’s was Yandere for another player character. He ended up marrying her. Less out of love and more out of “I’m going to be stuck dealing with all this supernatural nonsense, so it’s probably best to keep around the person who killed a Dark Spawn of Shub-Niggruth with an ax”

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Poker




22nd Jun 2018, 2:10 PM

Played a character from a warrior tribe where everyone knew to fight (that is, the old geezer where Old masters, the kids where aspiring combatant, etc). And it was more or less mandatory that someone from this tribe would not even notice someone who was not a fighter, and would consider a person's combat prowess as a charm point.
After i happened to roll very well everytime my character had to interact with a certain NPC, the GM decided that she was in love with my character. Of course she was'nt a fighter so my character was'nt paying attention,then another PC tried to seduce her. Then i tried seducing a huntress, but just for fun the GM decided that she was into more vulnerable men and she fell for the cleric. Later there was this incident where a succubus tried to lure one of our guys, but i killed her before she had a chance to try because everyone in my character's tribe hated Succubus and mentaly trained to resist them, and later on of us rolled a 1 when trying seduction on a NPC. from then it become a running gag in this campaign that every character had bad luck with relationship and failed to seduce whoever they tried to.

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Cloy552




23rd Jun 2018, 2:24 PM

I've said it before and It'll probably come up again, gave the bard to a dragon as a concubine. Everything worked better than expected.

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Solokov




23rd Jun 2018, 3:32 PM

...I can imagine how things went... but you still
can't drop that kind of teaser and then not at least give us the cliffnotes.

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Greencap




27th Jun 2018, 8:12 AM

In My group marriage is frowned upon. an extra npc mouth you have to feed that comes with no levels? they are a practical if vindictive lot and will quickly take care of that. The solution involved a shapeshifter, gaslighting, iago-style encouraging of murder and self-inflicted trassmisible diseases

Fun as my antis are i never go anywhere near that level.


though i did once almost marry a russian mob guard. i tried to bribe him with a ring and rolled BADLY to communiacte my intentions, so at gunpoint he took my to town to introduce me to his parents, the local gun shop owner and head of the lynch mob. I'm male, they where homophobic. after making it clear that i did not go that way for this character (i may have been playing it up for comedy and immersion, but not too much) my friend solved it in his usual way by shooting my mother-in-law-to-be in the head from the car, loudly blaming myself and driving off with the whole party. he likes that sort of thing.

we got into an extended friving gunfight, he died via karmic enemy roll but not before finding out the car was stacked with explosives and shooting the other driver. the car crashed and everyone bar one more person was okay, he was too injured to move though. two of our party swere smart enough to run (me and one other. he took cover in the trees and took reduced damage i just kept running and took no damage). the remaining healthy party was a vampire who tried to feed on the friend injured in the crash while ignoring the incoming jeep filled with NRA fetishists on a collision course with a jee full of leaky gunpowder and tnt. they did not survive.

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Departure_Dave




22nd Jun 2018, 11:43 AM

Most of those characters look like they're all from entirely differnt shows.

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Belzera




23rd Jun 2018, 7:26 PM

Those 'New' Judges are all from the same series, Shokougeki No Soma, or Food Wars

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Steeevee




22nd Jun 2018, 12:31 PM

huh now it really IS
Shokogeki no Sanji

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Guest




24th Jun 2018, 12:29 AM

So Shokugeki no Souma /isn't/ a TTRPG campaign in this setting.
Well, I guess that'd kinda be a weird campaign to run anyways...

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PumpkingKnight




3rd Jul 2018, 8:07 PM

The judges were always fun. Especially the old man.

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