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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Hotduelist




18th Jun 2014, 1:26 AM
"lol"

Forsooth lol. Love it

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hiddennijafist




18th Jun 2014, 1:54 AM

missed by this [ ] much

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BakaGrappler




18th Jun 2014, 4:17 AM

Even Phil was left speechless by how shitty that was.

This is exactly what happens when violent powergamers try and roleplay. I know that pain well as a GM. It's just... god damnnit, you've been playing your character all this time, and you really think that's how he acts?

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Tempest Fennac




18th Jun 2014, 5:48 AM

In his defence, some people are just better with some aspects of the game than others (this could explain why Cory doesn't roleplay much, even though it does raise questions about why he got the idea that talking like a Shakespear character is really necessary when he tries being dramatic).

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masterofgames




18th Jun 2014, 9:13 AM

"Fate loves a Ham"

When your character undergoes a 'life changing moment', be it from a brush with death, fufillment of a lifelong goal, or otherwise, you may play it up as the most dramatic thing in the world. Gain a bonus feat, then lose one rank of reputation if it was actually something highly unimportant, or a lesser geas relevant to your acting of the DM's choice if it was not. If your reputation hits zero through the use of this feat, you lose all feats gained this way."

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guy




18th Jun 2014, 10:02 AM

Darn straight, tempest fennac. I don't sound quite this bad when I role-play, but it is close, and believe me, the people I have been with have never had any qualms with making fun of me for it. Some people just are not really good at acting, or don't really like it.

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Tempest Fennac




18th Jun 2014, 12:09 PM

This is one reason why I've only ever played D&D using chat rooms; I can't act at all and my lack of emotions is slightly less noticeable when I'm just typing stuff (the other reason is a lack of groups where I live).

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Super_Big_Mac

Super_Big_Mac




19th Jun 2014, 4:13 AM
"Acting"

Perhaps it's the fact that I've got a weird brain pattern or something, but I have made my group go completely dead silent in sheer AWE at how my happy-go-lucky, whimsical Bard can suddenly go all Liam Neeson on someone, complete with my voice dropping an octave just to get that SERIOUS BUSINESS sound into it.

Not to mention that I can get myself to cry wit only two minutes or so of prep, meaning that I can get pretty damn heavy on the feels. I got the others to look sad and remorseful for an NPC farmer that died in a battle we weren't even a part of. I don't know where I got it, but I had said this, with a quavering voice: "Every life... My friends, every life is special. Meaningful. Every life has those it loves, and those that love it back. And just as every life is celebrated and cherished while it's here, so shall we remember every death we come across in our quest for peace! Remember this man, this farmer named Graham, even as we remember the ones we were able to protect! Run faster, jump higher, think quicker; we shall do even what others say is impossible so that no one else has to die for our mistakes-- so that no one else dies for NOTHING! Come, my friends! We have an audience with an Orc and his goons, best not keep them waiting."

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Poker




20th Oct 2017, 4:47 PM

You're not doing it halfway when you play!
that must help set the mood.
I sure can go heavy on the Ham, and greatly enjoy doing so, but less on the feel.

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Raxon

Raxon




18th Jun 2014, 8:19 AM

When I want to be terrible at roleplaying, I just let my accent wander.

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guy




18th Jun 2014, 9:59 AM

Wow, now this is weird. I had a dream last night it would turn out this way - don't look at me like that, dreams are random - but even there it wasn't this funny. Once again, my predictions are wrong, and DragonTrainer manages to be all the more hilarious because of it.
Bravo, and great work.

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Guest




18th Jun 2014, 3:35 PM

It's kind of sad that Phil, a complete newbie, is a better role player than Cory. Though to be fair it wasn't THAT bad. He just needed to drop the forsooth.

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guy




19th Jun 2014, 10:13 PM

Not really, if you think about it. Cory may be a hard core gamer, but this looks like the first time his group has EVER been called upon to role-play. Before Nat came along, it probably never came up. He has absolutely no experience in this area.

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that one guy




19th Jun 2014, 4:31 AM
"interesting"

whats gonna be really interesting to see is the OOC reasons they end up splitting the party (because thats gonna happen A LOT!)

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Solokov




19th Jun 2014, 10:30 PM
"the usual suspect reasons for splitting the party, at least in my games."

In order of most to least common:

Sickness, death in the family, family reunions, being shanghai'd into the navy, being voluntold to help train navy recruits, being dragged down to panama (happened more than 3 times to two different players), and armed revolutions (one of the players in the current campaign I'm part of lives in Ukraine and have sketchy internet access right now.)

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Poker




20th Oct 2017, 4:52 PM

This was terrible, but fun.
Remind me of a guy, since he knew he could not act, he just decided that he was'nt doing tragic or calm and would just go the more absurb possible. It was a lot of fun, and it became a trait of his character to talk in loud, slightly non-sensical way.

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