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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Anonacow




6th Dec 2013, 1:29 AM

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Knowlessman




11th Dec 2013, 4:39 PM

I think you mean .gif.

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Raxon

Raxon




6th Dec 2013, 2:05 AM

Luke is going to eat all the food before it can reach the tables.

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Lina

Lina




6th Dec 2013, 6:59 AM

Oh? You think that the food somehow is going to survive him?
I think that even the food gets ruined! And not to forget, that there aren't gonna be any plates left that could bring that food to the table - if there somehow is going to be some, AND he indeed doesn't eat it....

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sungardener

sungardener




6th Dec 2013, 1:06 PM

Knowing Luke, I wouldn't be surprised if it turns out he multi-classed in Expert at some point... (It's actually a pretty good class if you're planning on a skill intensive-campaign!)

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Malroth




6th Dec 2013, 4:19 PM

Yes but Factotum exists and blows Expert out of the water for any build with any INT at all and ties it for the builds that don't have it.

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sungardener

sungardener




6th Dec 2013, 5:42 PM

Ah, but this is assuming that - just theoretically - you weren't banned from using Factotum beforehand... ;) Not that this happened to anyone I know, wahahaha!

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HappyMuffin




6th Dec 2013, 5:45 PM

What did you do?

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sungardener

sungardener




7th Dec 2013, 10:05 AM

Nothing more then any of you might've done, but the problem is that the DM really hated diplomansing, and I'd managed to scrub most of his encounters by using skills. He'd opened up the challenge by saying that skills were useless and no one ever rolled for anything, so why players took anything besides search/spot/listen was beside him.

He wasn't a very good DM though, and I was feeling antagonistic because he'd been pretty petulant to two of our other players (basically he didn't want anyone to play humans, ever). I usually DMed, and knew he was a decent enough player, but disliked his sudden ego trip, so I decided to go completely non-combat. Between some good luck/thinking on my part and some good rolls, I never had to use a weapon the entire (three-session) campaign, and by the end he'd acknowledged that he'd been picking on the rest of the group and a bit of a jerk; but in return he made me swear to never play Factotum again. I don't actually live anywhere near those players, but I tend to keep my word until I no longer feel like it, ahaha.

Highlights include running up a nearly even cliff face at base speed and using knowledge theology to get the witchhunters pursuing us branded as schismatic heretics! Nothing particularly incredible, but it was great fun, and I believe I managed to do it with enough panache he enjoyed the campaign proper while still getting the message.

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Rentok

Rentok




7th Dec 2013, 10:41 PM

Okay NOW I know you're not telling the truth. He acknowledged he'd been a bit of a jerk? Completely unbelievable.

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sungardener

sungardener




10th Dec 2013, 10:02 AM

Truly - though I'm a lying liar of the worst kind, I honestly swear that I'm not lying about not lying in this situation... Unless I am. ;)

I tend only to game with people I can easily calm down these days for precisely the story above; it makes it easier to bring new players into the group, avoiding stories similar to those from days past, and means that situations can get resolved (mostly) smoothly and cheerfully. The best way!

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