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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Mysterious Commenter D




13th Aug 2014, 2:13 AM

Even so, it's hard to go wrong with frikin' laser beams.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




13th Aug 2014, 8:07 AM

They just need bigger ones. A wave motion gun should do the thrick.
Er, trick. Not fixing that because it inspires me to make a Thri-kreen gunslinger who wields a bass cannon, a lascannon, and dual laspistols.

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Mysterious Commenter D




13th Aug 2014, 11:44 PM

I hope to one day see tales of Zapmaster Skinnylegs appearing in these comments.
We shall call him the Vaguely Humanoid Typhoon.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




19th Aug 2014, 1:57 AM

And now I know his personality... Heck, he might take the Holy Gun archetype for maximum RIGHTEOUSNESS.
edit: Right, that's a Paladin archetype to pick up some Gunslinger tidbits, not the other way around. I'm new to Pathfinder.
Can't wait to see a DM's face when I submit this guy. It'll take a very special campaign to accommodate high-tech guns, Thri-kreen, and paladin magics. edit: And for the Holy Gun stuff, there's always gestalt; the DM that'd allow this at all would clearly be comfortable with madness.

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Solokov




13th Aug 2014, 10:28 PM
"One lasgun does diddly?"

A thousand lasguns? Now that's a shitload of diddly.

Sorry I think the warhammer mantra was apt in this case.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




19th Aug 2014, 4:19 PM

The Legionnaire that scoffs at a lasgun has not charged across an open field against a hundred of them.
— Maor the Scarred, Siege-Champion of the Scargivers

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Raxon

Raxon




13th Aug 2014, 2:24 AM

Hello little friend!

Wait until they see the big gun during the rainbow jewel arc. Luffy will demand that it be fitted with pistol grips.

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Rudeboygraves




13th Aug 2014, 4:01 AM

They need to hit with some touch attacks

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Spare Parts




13th Aug 2014, 7:15 AM
"Story Time"

Tell a story about the most powerful ranged option failing in combat.
Here's mine.
We were in the dark sorcerers evil underground lair fighting his summoned demons and spirits while our paladin went straight for the sorcerer who had wicked defensive skills and was slowly wearing her out. While our sorceress did fairly well against the demons my thief had run out of blessed throwing knives. Desperate to try and save the paladin who had just stumbled into an unfortunate position he took out his grapnel (without rope) and threw it full force at the vile sorcerer hoping to bash in his skull. However, he noticed that and jedied it right back at the thief who barely managed to dodge that one. (After the fight there was neither the time nor the right tool to retreive the grapnel from the granite wall behind him.)
Anyway, distracted sorcerer with stretched out jedi hand became surprised sorcerer with stretched out stump by courtesy of the paladin.

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Zealock




13th Aug 2014, 10:31 AM

So me and my friends decided to roll crazy high strength characters, and we did and it was nice. We got in a fight with a dude at a pool long story short we made off with his Sharkapult. We found that the most effective use of the Sharkapult was to put it in the hands of the ranger, and launch ourselves at the enemy. It was nice for a good while until someone failed a roll and someone else got planted in the ground.

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Porphyrogenitus




13th Aug 2014, 5:55 PM
"Melee is always better"

Exorcist Death Watch Champion against Defiler: Defiler's siege gun barely scratches the paint on his armor (gogo Artificer Armor, Storm Shield, and Refractor Field). Response: jump pack plus daemon hammer makes for one dead Daemon Engine.

Exorcist Death Watch Champion against Chaos Renegade armor platoon: a flurry of heavy stubbers, heavy bolters, and anti-tank main guns fail to take him down. Response: jump pack plus daemon hammer makes the tanks go boom in a very spectacular fashion. He killed our routed pretty much the whole group with that one attack.

Of course, then there's the Lascannon crew in the fortifications. One head shot later and yet another of my 40k characters is temporarily blinded, loses some of his Fellowship, and is down one Fate Point. Naturally the jump pack plus daemon hammer really messed them up once the Fate Point burning brought him back into the battle.

It's long been a trend for my 40k characters to be constantly bouncing between 0-2 Fate Points. Most of the FP burning I do is from plasma headshots in the opening salvo of the engagement. It's sort of my "thing" now.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




17th Aug 2014, 4:00 PM
"more stuff about Ophilia"

For a while, my sniper Assassin was the most powerful ranged team member, but our two ludicrously strong Guardsmen (as opposed to the other two Guardsmen) bought Autocannons at the same time as the DM nerfed my dual-wielding sniper rifles using the action economy.
Also, ever since I bought my new Angelus bolter for sniping, every roll of my Nomad rifle has been above 90 - automatic miss, or jammed if not for its Reliable quality. Gonna replace it with a modified Tau sniper rifle and give it back to my character's childhood gang... Now that I can afford cybernetics, dual snipers are back on the table. Everything gonna die.

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SeriousBiz




13th Aug 2014, 2:05 PM

Don Krieg, dude, not cool. You do not make fun of somebody's speech impediment.

I mean, I knew you're a bloodthirsty pirate and all, but now? Now I really hate you.

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gallowsCalibrator

gallowsCalibrator




14th Aug 2014, 11:28 AM

Of course, he's not just a bloodthirsty pirate, but a bloodthirsty pirate who specializes in deceit and treachery. His game is to be slimy and despicable.

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terminallyCapricious




15th Aug 2014, 1:38 AM

TeReZi? WhAt'S wItH yOuR mOtHeRfUcKiN' vOiCe?

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Kaze Koichi




14th Aug 2014, 12:30 PM

He is Christopher Walken. Your argument is invalid.

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nathan400




14th Aug 2014, 1:19 PM

He is voiced by a Christopher Walken impressionist, and Christopher Walken has played despicable villains before.

Your argument is invalid, and doubly so.
To preempt the possible follow up argument, here is a 99.9% accurate forecast base on the very latest and greatest computer models:

Is not! Is too! Is not! Is too! Is not! Is too! Is not! Is too! Is not! Is too! Is not! Is too to infinity! Is not to double infinity! ext. ext.

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Raxon

Raxon




14th Aug 2014, 6:48 PM

You forgot infinity infinity plus one.

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nathan400




15th Aug 2014, 3:00 PM

Oh noooooo! My facade of intellectualism has been undone!

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