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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer



1st Jul 2014, 12:52 AM
"HAPPY CANADA DAY EVERYBODY!!!"

^_^

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hiddennijafist




30th Jun 2014, 12:47 AM

extreme directionless hits again! or was it insane directionless...

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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer




30th Jun 2014, 12:49 AM

Super Directionless, actually. Luffy's the one with Extreme Directionless. :p

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hiddennijafist




30th Jun 2014, 12:36 PM

i think my second guess is still correct... unless there is still another level of directionless

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Malroth




30th Jun 2014, 3:24 PM

Its reserved for NPC's It basicly makes them stop existing untill the DM decides they're specificaly needed. Dragon, Kuma, and Ace all have it.

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Raxon

Raxon




30th Jun 2014, 12:57 AM

And that, boys and girls, was how Zoro found the one piece, and became king of the pirates. Not through skill or strength, but through luck and his magical ability to get really, really lost.

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simon




30th Jun 2014, 1:09 AM

"Uh, guys, Zoro took the helm when nobody was looking."
"Hey, what's that sign on that island say?"
"The One Piece Is Here. Huh."

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Hotduelist




30th Jun 2014, 1:43 AM
"Yes"

If One Piece ended like that, I would die laughing

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Joural




30th Jun 2014, 2:47 AM

Are we sure Zoro and Luffy aren't secretly playing the Pirates! RPG?

No, seriously, it has a skill you roll to wander aimlessly and end up somewhere you shouldn't, with no explanation.

Yes, it is completely amazing, why do you ask?

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Raxon

Raxon




30th Jun 2014, 3:00 AM

I have an idea for a character with a slightly different problem. Which I am stealing from any and all roguelikes. But Dungeon Crawl first introduced me to it. Teleportitis. Forced random teleportation every so often.

With a feat, this could be controlled, and basically turned into at will semirandom teleportation. Each additional level would bring me just a bit closer to essentially being a teleport spamming combatant. You know, those cheating dicks that poof in, stab you, and poof back out.

Now picture a rogue with a ring of greater invisibility, and the ability to teleport anywhere, instantly, as a free action.

Yeah, this is so broken. Don't you just love it?

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Malroth




30th Jun 2014, 3:18 AM

Take levels In Telafamar Shadowlord, every teleport will give you a full round of attacks.

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Raxon

Raxon




30th Jun 2014, 7:00 AM

Teleportation as a free action. But adding a full attack round for each teleport? Seriously, that would mean that I could teleport behind an enemy at the end of my turn and have another round of attacks. I could essentially become infinitely fast, killing everything in the first round of combat.

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Sunbeam




30th Jun 2014, 7:18 AM

Is that not the point?

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Raxon

Raxon




30th Jun 2014, 7:22 PM

Huh. By level ten, I could have essentially infinite attacks, squeezing everyone else out of all the xp.

I must build this character!

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Malroth




30th Jun 2014, 7:03 PM

Its normally very very hard to get more than 3 teleports per round without combining some really suboptimal things like Ruby Knight vindicator on a psion or cha based Cloistered cleric on a Swordsage. combine that with the horribly steep prereqs for Shadowlord and you've got a character that usually sucks quite badly before lv 13. Now giving at will teleports to a rogue? the class Telafamar shadowlord was designed around? Suddenly everything comes together and works perfectly.

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Super_Big_Mac




12th Nov 2014, 11:06 PM
""RANMA! THIS IS ALL YOUR FAULT!""

I would laugh for all eternity if someone were to make a thing where Ryoga Hibiki accidentally wanders into the Grand Line and meets Zoro. Oh, the hilarity they could have...

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NecroLeprechaun




1st Jul 2014, 12:16 AM
"Story Time"

Spin a story about Raxon's new completely OP character.

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Raxon

Raxon




1st Jul 2014, 12:41 AM

I haven't made this one yet, but here's what I got:

Born into a cursed bloodline, and forced to teleport randomly and without warning, Piffy Jop has long struggled. Despite being the secondary heir to a mighty empire, he prefers less political means of acquiring what he wants. He seeks a way to control his curse, to tame it and wield it, as his grandfather once had. The secret to this power exists, somewhere, and he intends to find it. Carrying only his daggers and the family treasure, he has begun his journey, seeking the untold power that few have access to, and fewer still will ever know of.


Royal lineage for extra cash and the ring of greater invisibility, a pair of +1 daggers, and some cloth armor. He starts with the cursed bloodline, a trait passed down through his family, but still rarely seen, causing him to teleport randomly. His goal is to find a wizard knowledgeable enough to teach him to master and wield his curse. The ring works as follows: Ring goes on, Piffy vanishes. Ring comes off, Piffy appears.

Yes? No? Maybe?

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Malroth




1st Jul 2014, 2:32 AM

2 potential problems,
1) the teleportation curse is 100% reliant on DM fiat to exist so if some random sorcorer hobo casts remove curse on you to try to get a meal you're SOL and your whole character concept is gone.
2) A continous ring of Greater invisibility costs in excess of 2,500,000 GP rich parents give you 1,000

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Raxon

Raxon




1st Jul 2014, 3:54 AM

It was my grandfather's. And no, the sorc can't just cast remove curse. The curse is part of my bloodline. The only way to ease it is to harness the effects of the curse, and find a way to control it.

I'm not denying it would take some finagling, but I really don't think the DM would see it coming until I started taking the prestige class levels. Up until that point, it's just an at will free action lesser teleport. Incapable of anything other that short range travel.

I mean, sure, that's really cool, but on its own, a teleporting, greater invisibility rogue is not really that overpowered.

No, I don't become OP until after I get those prestige class levels.

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Lina

Lina




1st Jul 2014, 5:11 AM

Well... let's hope your DM doesn't read this commic then

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xuincherguixe

xuincherguixe




1st Jul 2014, 5:35 AM

The thought occurs that some of the non Canadians might be interested in learning some of our history.

Now I'm not advocating watching copyrighted videos on YouTube (or am I?) but if one were to search for "history bites prime minister mother britain" they may or may not find several parts to a special. Of a series that goes with the concept of if TV had been around during the last 5000 years and what those sorts of programs would be like.


And you shouldn't watch all the episodes. Because that would be bad! And it's totally not their own fault for cancelling the series a few years ago and it's educational and probably want you to see it anyways...

Piracy is bad!

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guy




1st Jul 2014, 2:44 PM

Hey, another canadian on the boards! Cool to see I'm not the only one.
Happy canada day!

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Dai Gurren Rabbit




1st Jul 2014, 9:54 PM

You're Canadian?!? I thought you were Katsura! Like how Raxon is really Deadpool's D&D buddy and DragonTrainer has a crucifixion fetish

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