This is a voluntary opt-in advertisement. Any profit generated goes to Comic Fury for hosting.
Page 485 in The Baratie
first Latest
Page 485


first Previous Next Latest
Average Rating: 5
Number of people who have voted: 2


By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
Comments:

Zero Jack




20th Dec 2013, 1:20 AM

Hahahahaha! He said bullocks!

edit delete reply

Disloyal Subject




20th Dec 2013, 11:02 PM
"Raxon"

Aaaah! It's Raxon! He's here too!
Semi-kidding. I love yer stories, but I could easily overdose on 'em just browsing Friendship is Dragons. Raxon's presence here fills me with fear and joy.

edit delete reply

Raxon

Raxon




20th Dec 2013, 4:00 AM

Tell a story about seduction!

I could include a story about my namesake, but I'm sure you don't want to hear about bets and seductions and jealous girlfriends, and a guitar lute solo that brings women to tears.

edit delete reply

Raxoff

Raxoff




20th Dec 2013, 11:26 AM

Well, there was the time my swordsage got a critical success on a seduction check.

Against a giant worm.

That did not end well for anybody.

edit delete reply

Joural




20th Dec 2013, 2:22 PM

need... more... info...

edit delete reply

LostDeviljho




15th May 2014, 10:49 PM

Hahahaha! Raxon and Raxoff! ha ha!

edit delete reply

Guest




27th May 2017, 2:22 PM

Please explain.

edit delete reply

xuincherguixe

xuincherguixe




20th Dec 2013, 9:17 PM

It had been awhile so some of the exact details escape me but I was playing on a Final Fantasy MUSH as an Ogre. Another player decided to use charm on them in what looked to be going in a really creepy direction.


I'm not sure if I had mentioned that the character was on a quest to die in the most brutal and gruesome way possible so that he would remain in the memories of the spirits, or that he would fight things bare handed on occasion.


My character's strength did come up though! Seems that particular revolution led the other party to question the wisdom of following through on his plan.

edit delete reply

Svartwulf




5th Jan 2014, 8:20 PM

One time during a game I was a succubus who ended up getting caught in a room with a lizard man about two levels higher than me, which in the game we were playing should have meant instant death. Thankfully my character was broken enough to handle it...

especially since my gm was a guy, and I was a guy, and I threatened to act out the seduction of a lizardman with him if he got too nosy about how my seduction bonus was going to work in combat. In the end, he caved, lizard died, and my character went down in the history of the game for pulling off the most uncomfortable victory to watch for our group.

edit delete reply

Lina

Lina




20th Dec 2013, 6:24 AM

If you keep handling Sanji's seductions in such a hilarius way, I'll keep loving your comic.

Wait - I don't think it's even possible for me to NOT love your comic...

edit delete reply

BakaGrappler




20th Dec 2013, 6:38 AM

And we're going to get a front row seat to the one man theater of Danny!

edit delete reply

Breakfateschain




20th Dec 2013, 8:53 AM

This just enforces my theory that there's something going on between Rika and Phil

edit delete reply

Joe the Rat




20th Dec 2013, 11:29 AM

I like how Rika manages to capture the graceful essence of Nat/Nami. Gracefully.

Fabulous seductions:
7th Sea game. We're hanging out in a disreputable dive of a tavern in Avalon. The party is the usual colorful cast of characters (Scheming Vodacci lady, wicked swordsmen, a cook from Montaigne), including one handsome young lad who so desperately wants to be the dashing hero, but simply lacks the Panache.

We decide that he needs "practice", and send him to go woo this fiery redheaded lass at the end of the bar. After he makes a couple of stammered attempts at starting conversation, she turns, looks our young lad over, says "You'll do," and bodily drags him off to the upstairs rooms.

The next day when we go to collect him, we run into Captain Berek collecting his first mate, "Bloody" Bonnie McGee.

The lad survived, by the way.

edit delete reply

Malroth




20th Dec 2013, 3:55 PM

One bizarre homebrew scifi campaign I was a custom race called a Makka, Basically a psionic squirrel with voices like barry white/Darth vader, This character then proceded to attempt to seduce every female anything he came across regardless of species. He never succeded on anything but his attempts did make the Black dragon queen laugh so hard that she agreed to the peace treaty the other PC's were proposing.

edit delete reply

xuincherguixe

xuincherguixe




20th Dec 2013, 9:21 PM

With a voice like Barry White/Darth Vader, HOW did fail on his attempts at seduction? That just doesn't seem realistic.

edit delete reply

Malroth




21st Dec 2013, 5:06 PM

He was 6 inches tall, fluffy and wore a size xxxxxxs zuit suit how do you not fail seduction attempts on a 500 foot long dragon

edit delete reply

Rentok

Rentok




21st Dec 2013, 8:43 PM

By having the voice of Barry White.

edit delete reply

Anon




22nd Dec 2013, 3:50 AM

The Glow in Sanji's Eye heart of panel 8 makes him look like a robot.
Activate Love Droid Mode!

edit delete reply

Joe the Rat




22nd Dec 2013, 2:13 PM

Mmm hmm hmmm...
He's just a love machine...

edit delete reply

NorthernDruid




28th Dec 2013, 11:03 PM

Changeling: The Lost campaign.

Our nymphomaniac nymph met with the island's godess, and then naturally tried to use seduction.

Quote: "It goes fast when two people try to seduce each other".

It ended with almost the entire group having an orgy with her to tire her out so she'd sleep so we could get away.

Except for my character who was having a feast held in his honor... his honor as a sacrifice.

edit delete reply

Porphyrogenitus




6th Jan 2014, 2:52 PM

My senior year of high school we finally got an RPG club up and running and we played a Vampire: The Masquerade campaign. My character was an anti-vampire vampire who was feared and hated by the vampire establishment but too old and respectable for them to do anything too obvious against him. They wound up sending an assassin, who he managed to seduce to join his side against them (searching for a cure for vampirism). He became an NPC shortly thereafter for story reasons.

More recently, in a Rogue Trader campaign, our captain seduced and married the ruler of Scintilla, the capitol and richest planet in the Calixus Sector.

Later in that same campaign my own character (at that point a Living Saint) was negotiating an arranged marriage with the daughter of the sector governor when an assassin using polymorphene tried to kill him. He defeated her and seduced her, and kept her as his mistress after the marriage went through. His son by the marriage is the new Sector Governor (in our follow-up campaigns using other FFG systems; we tie all our FFG 40k campaigns into one ur-setting, with former PCs becoming NPCs).

edit delete reply

Leave a Comment