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Malroth




12th Sep 2014, 12:03 AM

STEP 1: Talk to Don krieg
STEP 2: Get him to hit me with a giant Moringstar
STEP 3: ?????
STEP 4: Profit.

Plan seems to be working so far

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Lina

Lina




12th Sep 2014, 1:32 AM

Well, in that case he is a better plan maker then me, because I would NEVER make a plan that involves me getting hit with a giant Morningstar. Especially not above water while I am a devil fruit user.
Must be my lack of creativity.

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Raxon

Raxon




12th Sep 2014, 1:45 AM

Ah, Luke and his classic diplomacy rolls.

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Mark




12th Sep 2014, 3:45 AM

HAHA, foreshadowing :)

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Solokov




12th Sep 2014, 3:59 PM

Yeah my GM learned never to say "that'll never happen". After declaring Skree would never happen again he and I worked on an encounter for the current campaign we're in...Well two but one of those is to get my shadow dragon ranger/cleric hybrid of doom into the campaign so that's a moot point.

the other is a were-rat cult who worships Skree. Basically the encounter will play out that the group has found a small town in the caves that they're delving through to eventually kill Tiamat... (may be lo since I joined the campaign late over skype due to moving to oregon, either way dragons are involved). Anyway town is a town of were-rats, our guide is a were-rat, they let us stay in the inn since we're going after the dragons that are raising hell.

We go to sleep, and then the group wakes up in a hall, where the were-rats are preparing to sacrifice one of the party to Skree to empower us with the rat god's power to help take down the dragon... unwillingly of course.

They're all mooks in elite clothing though so it'll be an easy fight. Last one standing when it gets struck down crawls to the altar and self sacrifices to become an avatar of skree to fight us, and so starts the real encounter.

Basically I'm trainwrecking an encounter from "Call of" into the campaign because honestly fighting dragons and drakenoids is getting tiresome.

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Zealock




12th Sep 2014, 4:09 PM
"Reminds me of a game that I was in."

The cleric worshiped the god of alcohol, but he was cursed and partially petrified and as such could no longer benefit from the effects of his preferred beverage. So to cure this we needed dragon scales from a very old dragon. One thing led to another and then there we were getting completely obliterated by this monstrosity whilst the cleric rode on top of him saying. Hey man we just need a couple scales man and we'll be out of your way. We made it, but damn did we run fast.

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xuincherguixe

xuincherguixe




14th Sep 2014, 1:56 AM
"Dual Shields"

So awhile back I was playing a Final Fantasy game. I think it was a MUX? Short version is that some people run open world persistent campaigns that you can join.

This particular one had numerous issues, but the relevant one here is that not much happened. I figured I'd introduce a threat in the form of an army of nihilistic cultists.

So I was thinking up templates, basically have a bunch of things, drop in a couple for a balanced encounter. Then I recalled. Lost Odyssey had these encounters where you would face a line of these enemies. They had big shields. With cannons inside of them.

That sounded exactly as stupid and awesome as I could hope for.

But as it turns out the code didn't really support weapons that added defense. I could fluff things that way but it wasn't quite the same.

Also I honestly wasn't really that interested in the game to begin with. Turns out neither was the person who ran it as it closed down.


I'd still like the chance to play a character that dual wields shield cannons at some point.

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Anvildude




22nd Sep 2014, 11:28 PM

You know that buckler-pistols are a thing in Pathfinder, right? My Gnome Gunmage was working towards one at one point. I imagine you could just size one up, maybe use the rules for siege weapons, that sort of thing.

Or play a Siege Mage and figure out a way to downsize a cannon with a pavase.

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MarcusOTerra




14th Sep 2014, 10:32 AM
"I dare you"

Not to read that 'two minutes later' in a psuedo jack Custou voice ala spongebob.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




16th Sep 2014, 2:58 AM
""ONE MINUTE TO WIN!""

Huh. I got the Halo announcer.

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