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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Generic Greg




11th Sep 2019, 12:41 AM

Now, here's one for you kids. Tell a story about a time your party, or even just one member realized: 'Wait. Going back is gonna suck, isn't it?'

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CrowMagnon




11th Sep 2019, 10:21 AM

My group had to go to Hell to decipher the terms of an infernal contract. We had a magic amulet that worked as a hellmouth, and at no point did our DM specify that it didn't work both ways. We made it back because the story demanded it, but still. Always keep a Plane Shift scroll or two on hand, kids.

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Kale

Kale




11th Sep 2019, 12:46 PM

It's not like a devil would have made an amulet that sends people to hell that wouldn't send them back to the material plane or anything, that would be crazy.

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Poker




11th Sep 2019, 6:29 PM

We had to reach a traveling sky fortress, no way for us to fly. We managed to do it by waiting at the top of the highest tower of the continent, and boarding the fortress when it passed near the tower. Perilous
maneuver but we succeeded. Just when we where rejoicing, one of us wondered how we where going to get down from there once we where done with our goal.
"Easy, we will just have to steal one of their means of aerial transport."
"They don't have means of transport! They're Tengus, when they want to leave, they just fly out of here."

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TB Tabby




12th Sep 2019, 2:51 AM

Why couldn't they just wait for the fortress to go near the tower again?

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Poker




12th Sep 2019, 5:49 AM

it would take months at least, years at worst. depending on how long it would be before the tengus have something to do in that region. We could have ended up in another country if we had stayed too long.
We had others things to do so waiting that long was not a option. Not to mention, most of the inhabitants of the fortress were not too fond of the idea of humans setting foot in their domain due to a long history of humans stealing secrets, knowledges and sacred artifacts of their clans (that's why they started living in a flying mobile foretresse instead of a mountain to begin with).

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