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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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fellow

fellow




4th May 2020, 6:22 AM

"And then I check the ocean for traps"

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Michael




4th May 2020, 9:21 AM
"SCIENCE"

That's the Bermuda Triangle's secret: the water is sometimes so warm that the compromised surface-tension in a storm can't hold even very buoyant solids.

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Guestron




4th May 2020, 2:02 PM

Wow... that... actually explains a lot. And is yet so much more horrifying than the mystery...

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Anvildude




4th May 2020, 8:07 PM

And here I thought it was because the area was full of deep-water solidified methane that occasionally sublimated, causing the seas to become more gas than water, and air to be less dense as well. Hence the lost airplanes too.

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Michael




4th May 2020, 9:44 PM

I'm 90% sure what you said is a scientifically sound theory, but neither proven nor dis-proven. I admit, what I said is only the most straightforward theory.

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Traveling




4th May 2020, 11:28 AM

"You see a island..." That make me think... How is traveling regulated? Do the GM throw a dice every X seconds or minutes to determine distance and if something happen to them?

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Phantomdemon




4th May 2020, 4:58 PM

In my personal experience, there's a preset time established beforehand, with any additional time being added on for side adventures or delays.

So, a 3 "day" trip taking three days of dedicated travel.

But, that's for land travel. If on a boat, for sake of ease I'd assume the same thing, but it very well could be different.

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g1darkhand14




5th May 2020, 10:36 AM

It's a little easier to get lost on the ocean, which would add travel time

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