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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Phantomdemon




19th Aug 2019, 2:58 AM
"The importance of Fluff text"

This gives me an idea for story time.

When have you used fluff text of an item, spell, so on, to justify you plans?

An example I have, was when a party I was in was dealing with a panicking Civilian. Civilian was important for plot reasons, and we didn't have anything like Calm Emotions. So, I used Beacon of Hope, which "Bestows Hope and Vitality" instead.

Thus allowing us to safely take the Civilian to where they needed to go without issue. Also, I have used it on the brooding Rogue at times, since that actively makes him feel hopeful.

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Guest




19th Aug 2019, 4:28 PM

i only got into RPing recently (after reading darth & droid and this comic), so i had'nt thought of doing this but i will have to remember paying attention.

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werefrog




20th Aug 2019, 7:11 AM

That's like an unsanctioned 'flavor' tournament The Werefrog ran for Magic: The Gathering once.

Basically, the rules on the cards could be overruled by the card's artwork or by what happened in the story. That is, if the artwork showed the thing flying, it had flying even if the rules text didn't support.

If the artwork showed the attacker defeating the defender, even though the defender had higher p/t, the attacker won.

As long as you could justify in the artwork why it should work that way, it would.

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werefrog




20th Aug 2019, 7:11 AM

That's like an unsanctioned 'flavor' tournament The Werefrog ran for Magic: The Gathering once.

Basically, the rules on the cards could be overruled by the card's artwork or by what happened in the story. That is, if the artwork showed the thing flying, it had flying even if the rules text didn't support.

If the artwork showed the attacker defeating the defender, even though the defender had higher p/t, the attacker won.

As long as you could justify in the artwork why it should work that way, it would.

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Mr. Guy




19th Aug 2019, 6:37 AM

I mean... the Grandline is surrounded by Calm Belts so how else are they supposed to enter GM?

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werefrog




19th Aug 2019, 7:31 AM

Get Sanji to provide some of those Germa 66 snail ships to climb over the mountain.

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Silentgod




19th Aug 2019, 12:03 PM

Could have intended them to try to steal the sea stone stuff the Navy uses to safely sail through the Calm Belt? Not sure how that is any safer than sailing up a mountain though.

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