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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Marco




1st Aug 2014, 12:58 AM

That name is bad and you should feel bad for using it GM.

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Raxon

Raxon




1st Aug 2014, 1:08 AM

Actually, he's Zeff senior.

There was a time travel accident.

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Guest




1st Aug 2014, 1:26 AM

Wait. Is Rika going to be Sanji? If not that's fine, I'm more interesting in what kind of interactions we get between her and Luke. They haven't talked to each other much in the series.

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Rentok




1st Aug 2014, 3:44 AM

Based on what more we're learning of Rika's personality, she seems like she might make a pretty good Robin.

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that one guy




1st Aug 2014, 5:47 AM
"rika"

pretty sure she's gonna be Chopper. she wants to be the cleric after all... but robin would be a good fit too

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Zero Jack




1st Aug 2014, 6:02 AM

And besides, I'm pretty sure DM is gonna be Robin.

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xuincherguixe

xuincherguixe




1st Aug 2014, 2:34 AM

It's one thing to find a weakness in the rules and figure out how to exploit it.

It's another to allow others the chance to do it themselves. Truly Rika understands the gamer spirit!

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xuincherguixe

xuincherguixe




1st Aug 2014, 2:37 AM

That sounds like it would make for a good story time.

Tell a story about a time you had the opportunity to have the glory but let someone else take it instead.

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Raxon

Raxon




1st Aug 2014, 3:20 AM

I would like to say I do this a lot, since I'm more in it to entertain myself and others, rather than be in it for the glory.

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HappyMuffin




1st Aug 2014, 2:14 PM

Ok, so we were playing a Game of Thrones campaign and I almost died a lot in it. And this was the 6th time I died. We were besieged by enemy forces at Casterly Rock, and quickly running out of food for the people. We snuck passed the blockade on a boat disguised as drift-wood and sailed to the nearest port. After some death and carnage we managed to hire some mercenaries to run the blockade with enough food to last the siege till reinforcements could arrive. While sailing back we were spotted by the enemy ships and got shot at.

Now I was still hurt from being tortured near death and the aforementioned combat. So I got hit once and was KO'd. The Lanesters wanted to thank the saviors of the city, but my companions didn't want to get the spotlight.

*Look to the lanesters
*Look to each other
*Look to my unconscious body
*"It was all that guy"

and that's the story of how I became a knight by dieing a lot.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




4th Aug 2014, 1:57 AM
"Support"

My mercenary cell in Dark Heresy try to coordinate & not killsteal so we can optimize how fast we wipe out enemies, but that's motivated by practicality... I have no problem standing back and letting others have glory, but I'm more comfortable standing shoulder-to-shoulder and facing problems as a team, and I've always gotten good results from gloryhounding. Letting people lonewolf gets them dead and the fireteam short one member, but charging to the rescue is awesome and fun.
I am careful how I build casters for 3.5, though - I love martial characters, and so do most people I play with, but casters are both essential and horribly breakable, so I make sure that my casters serve in a support role. My favorite is/was an NPC Half-Dwarf Archivist who dispensed healing and warding magics and exposition. To my pleasure, the party recruited him after he paid them for the adventure he'd hired them to help him on. I'm still looking forward to playing a War Weaver, though... Gotta find a new 3.5 group.

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Silenc




1st Aug 2014, 3:30 AM
"Naming"

Don't tell me he is Zeff the third. I see a joke like:

let's call him "thirdie"
- ok, but in japanese of something
- Sanji, that sounds ok...

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BakaGrappler




1st Aug 2014, 4:54 AM
"Accidentally Awesome Names"

Share a time that an NPC accidentally was given a really awesome name. I'll go first.

I had a sort of Wizard of Oz campaign going in D&D 4th. It was abandoned mid way because battles take way to effing long with that rule set. Anyway, I had the "Standard Orc Invasion" going and the defense against the invasion was led by a gruff man's man of a General of coalition forces, a General Hammerheim, or something. I honestly can't remember his name now. Or back then. So in floundering to remember his name I just offhandedly called him "General Heimenhammer."

The entire table busted up laughing and I realized what I'd said a few seconds after everyone else had.

He was Hymenhammer from that day forth.

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Zero Jack




1st Aug 2014, 6:05 AM
"Hammered"

I read that as "Heinmenhammer".

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Joural




2nd Aug 2014, 2:30 AM

We once had a bad-ass pirate-hunting ships captain take us on a voyage.

His name was captain Stern.

There was no end of pokemon jokes.

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kidra

kidra




1st Aug 2014, 9:44 AM
"Barbarian"

I was running a campaign and made an epic barbarian. As soon as they found out he was a barbarian they ignored his real name and insisted upon calling him "Dave the barbarian"...

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Kaze Koichi




1st Aug 2014, 10:48 AM

Story time! Tell about naming shenanigans.

I am playing Renesance era campaign and called my character Roberto Paparazzi. You can tell I expected someone to remember such name... It didn't happen. Other guy was named Ernesto, but even his player forget his name once and we were calling him Antonio for that whole session.

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Solokov




3rd Aug 2014, 2:37 AM
"El Tigre of the Sword coast, "

The Flying fist of waterdeep!

His real name is Tom.

No really. I dug out his character sheet, originally the monk lucha-libre extraordinaire that I made was named Tom. I had originally intended for him to have the show name of Titan Tom, but, when the party was looking to recruit "someone" and heard about this wrestler off in the docks district, the cage fight was against a Tiger, while the fight was going the chaotic neutral rogue got the crowd cheering "el Tigre! El tigre" only because he had decided to root for the tiger instead since he wanted to try and tame it and use it as a mount.

When Tom won, the crowd went wild and Titan Tom became El Tigre by popular opinion. His titles started stacking up with each time the bard retold his cage fight and by the point where we left off the campagn, his full longwinded list was "El Tigre of the sword coast, the pioneer of pinning dragons, the demolisher of Drow and the Flying fist of Waterdeep! He! Is! LUCHA!"

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EvilChildren




1st Aug 2014, 1:47 PM

You wanna know something I'd love to see, a Campaign Comic that's being run on the Anima: Beyond Fantasy system. I can guarantee that would work better than any D&D.

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Malroth




1st Aug 2014, 4:19 PM

part of the draw of campaign comics is seeing familiar rules and abuses thereof Dnd is chosen mainly because of the large number of people who readily recognize the rules of the system, while other systems could better represent the various character concepts using a system few people have heard of will loose out on the rules gags that draw oldschool gamers like me.

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Joural




2nd Aug 2014, 2:37 AM

That, and fitting the setting isn't what makes it fun. The fact that I know that D&D stats boats as having multiple hundred hitpoints makes it even better when I see a character show up,and instantly shred a boat.

I mean, I'm somewhat infamous in my group for burning down a boat, but that was because the fire damage rules are kind of fucked(pro-tip to new DMs: If a player says they want craft: alchemy, the answer is no if you ever plan to have wood in the campaign. It's like DC15~ to make a basic firebomb, and, well...)

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Spare Parts




1st Aug 2014, 2:38 PM
"Numbers"

We had a scifi campaign and a guest player, Tobias (Tobi for short) who had never played before and just wanted to test the game, so noone felt like spending the whole session on helping him make a character. Instead we let him take control of one of our technologist's drones. From that point on we called it 7081.

Another player with the habit of always making the same character (the super knifefighter assassin with the awesome gear) and ALWAYS naming him Askonat once decided to make a super knifefighter who was in an official assassin guild. GM forbid him to name him Askonat again. We decided to name him 42 and thereby introduced the custom that all assassins of that guild must forsake their name and instead adapt a number which also serves as their rank. More importantly it was established that this assassin is the answer to the ultimate question of life.

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aqua




1st Aug 2014, 11:26 PM

ie painful stabbing death

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