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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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*Sigh*




17th Mar 2014, 12:10 AM

Story time! Tell a story about a time when you had to deal with an object that was too large for its (and your) own good.

Personally I haven't played too many sessions, but I do remember in my first getting massively sidetracked with this kooky tradespony with a super secret and expensive clock in the back of his office. Being a Rogue, I was intrigued (and willing to steal something if it was worth it) but it ended up being a relatively useless water clock. Granted, a very VALUABLE water clock, but still useless.

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Raxon

Raxon




17th Mar 2014, 1:02 AM

Have I mentioned my pixie rogue? She has the oversized weapon feat. Three times. Her daggers each weigh more than she does. To make this work, I had her take the traits dwarfism and gigantism, and argued that she counts as both one size larger, and one size smaller than normal, thus, any feat involving size must be taken three times. And then my diminutive pixie rogue stabbed an orc's head off with her large daggers, and rocks fell.

Maybe it was because, due to the fact her weapons covered her entirely, she had a circumstance bonus of something like +30 to parry.

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Malroth




17th Mar 2014, 1:33 AM

rocks fell from blowing 3 feats for 1d8 base damage? you need a new dm.

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Raxon

Raxon




17th Mar 2014, 2:24 AM

I thing it was having 1d8 damage and a +20 bonus to parry, which, combined with the dex bonuses granted by being tiny, results in my pixie basically nigh immune to melee damage. Add to that she's a rogue, with evasion, and she can pretty much only be hit by magic. Nothing that required a reflex save could touch her. It helped that I never rolled below ten.

Oh, and it was 1d8 three times per round. Turns out rogues do crazy amounts of damage once they gain a few levels. Seriously, she was so OP.

And up until I used her, the DM thought I was taking massive combat penalties for the sake of roleplaying. Otherwise, he never would have tolerated a level six character with stats like that. I roleplayed her as brash and eager to prove herself, choosing to wield bigger daggers to intimidate her enemies. Everything went smoothly until we got into combat, and I just suddenly started owning everything.

He didn't look closely enough at my equipment list, or he would have noticed that I was dual wielding large daggers. He thought the parry bonus was me trying to find an excuse for my pixie to survive combat. It was, but I had no idea justvhow insane that bonus would actually end up being.

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Bob




17th Mar 2014, 2:42 AM

I choose to believe that the DM has the chefs as little figurines with real sized normal kitchen knives and spoon.

Story time: my character received a Hand of the Mage which is literally the cut of hand of a magician that you wear around your neck. The DM though this was stupid since its massive size made it impossible for my guy to disguise himself so it was turned into a glove.

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Raxon

Raxon




17th Mar 2014, 3:02 AM

Please tell me that when you wear the hand around your neck, you curl the fingers around your throat and just let it grip you?

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Bob




17th Mar 2014, 1:20 PM

Hand of the mage is a minor telekinetic ability.
So with your idea, if I were to come across another player/enemy with a literal Hand of The Mage I could use my HotM to strangle them with their HotM.

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Raxon

Raxon




18th Mar 2014, 6:24 AM

So it's a severed mage's hand that grips your throat and gives you telekinesis?

That is fantastic. I love it.

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Tom




17th Mar 2014, 11:05 AM

really starting to fear the notion of Sanji being a DMPC here

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Necromancer




5th Jan 2016, 11:10 PM
"Of Fire Giants and Giant Hammers"

My group once had a half-fire giant barbarian (3.5, 3rd party book) who wielded a massive hammer. After finagling with the DM we also got him a belt that allowed him to switch between medium size and his normal size once per round. Thing is... his hammer was the size of a house, and it didn't change size when he did. It was hilarious anyways.

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