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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Phantomdemon




6th Feb 2019, 7:24 AM

Look at that smile.

Of course he's sure.

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Raxon

Raxon




6th Feb 2019, 1:41 PM

That is the face of someone who knows the consequences of his actions, and doesn't care.

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Guest




6th Feb 2019, 6:58 PM

When the DM asks “are you sure”, they mean you should reconsider your actions, not charge forward.

Like the time my Pathfinder Inquisitor decided to declare a holy war on the Church of Asmodeus. By going into one of their temples in a major city, barring the doors, killing everyone inside, desecrating everything, and displaying the body’s in a public space while going on a magically empowered rant about how anyone who supports a literal god of Evil (seriously, it’s one of his domains) is either evil themselves or too dumb to live. The DM had to end the session there just to calculate out the shear level of thunder I had just brought down on both myself and the rest of the party.

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Phantomdemon




6th Feb 2019, 8:30 PM

Your Dm is too nice then.

You ask are you sure when you want to mess with the players, or the players actions are mind boggling too the DM.

I have no doubt this is the Later case here.

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HappyEevee




6th Feb 2019, 11:22 PM

So... I'm guessing a champion or Avatar of Asmodeus (depending on how brutal the GM was feeling) showed up later and kicked the inquisitor's butt while the inquisitor's deity was like "Yeah, sorry Asmo, this one got a little carried away"?

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Guest




7th Feb 2019, 12:12 AM

Close, a legion of Hellknights with clerical, arcane, and diabolic support showed up to purge me and anyone even remotely associated with me “Stalin Style”. Unfortunately for them, the rest of my party are either blood knights and/or completely insane, so their response could mostly be summarized as “that looks like a lot of exp”. What followed was one of the craziest series of encounters I’ve ever played as the party was hounded relentlessly by the forces of hell, and we won several encounters well above our CR through a combination of cleverness, luck, and blatant powergaming. And since these guys were gulaging everyone who I had ever had contact with (those bastards killed my kebab dealer), it was surprisingly easy for our incredibly charismatic Mesmerist to turn much of the population against the Asmodeans. Just a couple of (magic laced) speeches about the *brutal* and *unprovoked* attacks the Church was doing to them and we soon had ourselves a proper Jihad.

Never did encounter an Avatar (it was a rule in our setting that stuff like Avatars were basically divine WMDs. If one god uses one everyone else will break one out in response), and I didn’t have a deity to stop me (we houseruled that Inquisitors could follow an ideal instead of a specific faith. Mine just happened to amount to “fuck Asmodeus”). Killed a shitload of his champions though (well ok, that was 90% the party ninja but their DPS was ridiculous).

Campaign ended when our (batshit insane) Oracle summoned a Behemoth to go Godzilla on the city that was the seat of Asmodean political and ecumenical power. According to the DM, things had just gotten “too silly”.

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Belzera




7th Feb 2019, 7:56 AM

Aye just a little

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Halosty45

Halosty45




7th Feb 2019, 2:55 PM

I was in an evil campaign... we sacked a church and kinda took over a city for fun. When we heard an army of paladins was coming, we didn't think "Oh, we should run away" but instead "oh, how should we fight an army of paladins?"
The answer was twofold. First, we had some time... so our evil cleric set about casting animate dead with all his spell slots for at least a week.
It was at this point that someone (possibly me) said "You can't control that many undead"
He shook his head. "I'm not going to control them."
So we had an army of zombies outside the city. But that was only step one.
Step two involved orphans and explosive runes. We exchanged a whole herd of orphans (who obviously couldn't read) with a few paladins before the battle started... and the orphans all had explosive runes on them.
Ah... fun times.

Did I mention I was a black dragon? Also, a vampire? Well, I might not have been a vampire yet.

Later... I got a gold dragon as a thrall! It was pretty cool.

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BackgroundNPC




6th Feb 2019, 3:33 PM

Hmm, it's been long enough that I don't remember what Luffy's flaw is supposed to be. Could someone save me a delve through the archive?

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The Old One




6th Feb 2019, 4:06 PM

Doesn't he have a lesser version of "gets lost"?

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Guest




6th Feb 2019, 5:03 PM

He had the no sense of direction, but not as bad as Zoro. he also have a few others one, but i think this is the one he is reffering to right now.

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Michael




6th Feb 2019, 5:18 PM

In the manga/anime, Luffy's entire navigation skill amounts to "North cold; South warm".

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BackgroundNPC




8th Feb 2019, 2:38 AM

Ah, that makes sense. Thanks!

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