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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Crisis




12th Dec 2018, 12:49 PM

Anyone have stories about sudden plot twists that caused some PCs in a party to turn on the others?

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Guest




12th Dec 2018, 2:12 PM

Turns out the Ogryn is actually a cleverly disguised Alpha Legion Astartes. Also the squad leader is a Gue’vesa, the tech priest has gone Heretek, and the Ratling is actually a Squat. The commissar should have done something about it, but he was brainshackled by a Necron ages ago. Hijinks ensue as the squad’s sharpshooter is the only one actually loyal to the Imperium, and he’s a Kommando

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Anvildude




12th Dec 2018, 6:33 PM

AHAHAHAHAHA!

It took me a second to see the spelling of that last word, but OH BOY I want to be a fly on the wall there.

Also, SHARPSHOOTER!?

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Guest




12th Dec 2018, 10:48 PM

A Kommando has to be propah sneaky. Nobody will ever expect you’re an Ork if you’re a really good shot

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Guest




12th Dec 2018, 10:36 PM

Long-time lurker here, but figured I'd post my two cents. So I understand that this development was necessary. It's a good way to go about the plotline while still keeping the actual players on friendly terms. However, I have to confess that I'm worried about Phoebe and Bonnie's motivations for this. The flashback that we got when Luke was saved from execution and their general demeanor since then gives me the impression that they're choosing to turn against Luke and the others not because it makes an interesting story, but because of legitimately fearing that Luke will become the new Tom, and that makes me uncomfortable.

Now, part of that is the fact that I find the Weers Publishing stuff to be rather unnecessary in terms of the plot, but another part of that is that it seems like it could produce a toxic playing environment. If Phoebe and Bonnie keep showing up out of fear for who Luke could become, then it could seriously impact relationships on and off the table in a negative way, and I don't think that would be a healthy development for the comic. I trust Dragontrainer and his writing, but I figured that I could at least lay my thoughts out there.

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DeadpanSal




13th Dec 2018, 3:58 AM

Tom, as far as I understand him, is an attack dog. He chose a job where he can find the strongest people and destroy them. I don't think Luke would ever end up like that. Luke would never go into a fight that wasn't fun for everyone.

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Guest




13th Dec 2018, 9:06 AM

I know that, but Bonnie and Phoebe might not, and I'm worried their change in "alignment", as it were, is motivated from that uncertainty rather than a legitimate desire to create a fun and interesting challenge for the party. It's less concern about Luke becoming like Tom and more about Phoebe and Bonnie playing antagonistically because of fear.

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animalia

animalia




13th Dec 2018, 12:26 PM

Well remember the bit where Smoker let’s luffy go in Alabasta? This could be good setup for that. Having him realize that Luffy really isn’t a “Tom” and really was just playing for fun.

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Reeder




13th Dec 2018, 4:31 PM

don't think that's the case, even assuming that luke's bro is indeed that Tom (i am not acquainted to that character, so i don't know exactly how obvious it seem), i don't think Phoebe is that worried about it.
A little while earlier, Phoebe and Luke started a little PVP, but eventually stopped to take care of buggy's buisness. I think, she just take this plot hook because it allow her to get back to it.
Marceline point out how Phoebe seem to be enjoying this devellopement at the end of the page, if she was just bein warry of Luke, she would be more aprehensive.
My opinion is that Phoebe just enjoy some friendly PVP, just like Luke. Hence why, they're both excited about where things are going.

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