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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer



13th Oct 2014, 12:00 AM

HAPPY THANKSGIVING, EVERYBODY! ^_^

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Lockdown




13th Oct 2014, 12:59 AM

Oh wow. That look Luke gave him was priceless.

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Guest




13th Oct 2014, 1:19 AM

*insert disparaging remark about Canadians*

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guy




13th Oct 2014, 10:13 AM

insert disparaging remark about nationality X, where the value of "X" is the nationality of the commenter this is a reply to.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




14th Oct 2014, 3:50 PM
"Alberta and British Columbia, specifically"

*insert complimentary remark about Canadians and select parts of Canada (muffled by mouthful of turkey sandwich)*

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dragonbrain




13th Oct 2014, 1:40 AM

And so the tradition of Sanji bleeding profusely from his face begins. Albeit not the normal reason, but he's bleeding from the face none the less.

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BakaGrappler




13th Oct 2014, 1:48 AM

All the best GMs are complete Sadists.

I mean, seriously, the job requires you to do terrible things to your friends and watch them try and wriggle their way out of it.

EVERYONE:
Tell a story of you as a GM or your GM doing something completely sadistic to the players, or indication sof such a desire.

I'll go first.

As the GM for a D&D 4th campaign, I would make a point of wearing something to every session, and no, it was NOT a cape.

It was a T-Shirt of Marvel's The Punisher skull icon.

It was a well appreciated "joke that was never actually told" with the group, so much so that when I forgot to wear it one night, I was told by the guys to go get the shirt and put it on for the game.

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Silenc




13th Oct 2014, 2:59 AM
"three words"

"What starting equipment?"

We were lucky to get ourselves a rusty dagger at the end of the first adventure...

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Inbetweenaction




13th Oct 2014, 5:12 AM

We acctually got to pick out our starting equipment, and didn't have to pay for our first weapon or backpack. Everything was then promply taken away by slaver, and put in the slavers tresure chest. and if your weapon couldn't fitt in the chest? tough luck, it was broken in order to fitt inside. was especially funny for the guys with slightly rarer or expensive weapons. like say, the ranger with a compostit longbow specialication.

Since the DM also decided that we wouldn't get entire years sallarys overnight (seeing how the average person rearly earn a gp in a week), but keept the listed prices, esentually making us dirt poor whitout any weapons.

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High or Low




14th Oct 2014, 5:30 AM

To help decide random events, my GM has a system where he'll roll a die, and ask us "High or Low?" If we guess it right, we get the good version; if not the bad.

So we're in the middle of a dungeon, but running low on resources when we find a place that looks... sort of safe. It's a hidden passage that leads to a cavern with a whole slew of goblins, but the doors are concealed on both ends and it doesn't look like the goblins are using it. So we seal off the door and decide to rest.

The GM decides it's late and we should call it a night, but before we go... "High or low?"

To make things worse, we didn't play again for like three weeks.

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Zionixion




14th Oct 2014, 5:48 AM
"Not terribly sadistic, but still fun"

I was running a superheroes campaign for a while, when the group split to take care of two objectives. My friend GMed for the other group, so the group sent my way was trying to free a prisoner. They reached the giant cage, inside which was the prisoner, and found it to have a fairly simple lock. One of them tried to pick said lock.

The cage stood up.

Their faces were priceless as the cage began fighting them off.

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Lina

Lina




13th Oct 2014, 5:28 AM

This is the reason I love this comic...
How it can make me laugh so hard, how it mixes the One Piece story with it's own and how all the characters, including the GM, just speak for themselves.

Just knocking someone out so they can have a flashback? Genious!

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Lina

Lina




13th Oct 2014, 5:28 AM

This is the reason I love this comic...
How it can make me laugh so hard, how it mixes the One Piece story with it's own and how all the characters, including the GM, just speak for themselves.

Just knocking someone out so they can have a flashback? Genious!

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Syrael




13th Oct 2014, 5:31 AM

Only just started my pathfinder campaign but in the middle of their being attacked by giant spiders, I had a pair of rust monsters charge at them, disintegrating the paladins shiny new breastplate that he had just acquired. I'm pretty sure I did an evil laugh for real.

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Raxon

Raxon




13th Oct 2014, 6:41 AM

Hey! I love thanksgiving!

You see, the indians met Che Guevara when he landed on the bank of the Mississippi. They all went to Denny's and order a grand slam to celebrate their meeting. When winter came, Che was hungry, so the indians shared their curry with him. In appreciation, he founded the redskins, and taught the indians how to farm potatoes.

Then the irish came along, to lay claim to the potatoes. The latvians also tried to lay claim, and their armies were so mighty, neither the irish nor Che Guevara could hold them at bay, and were forced to concede. They gave the latvians five potatoes. Latvia prospered and rejoiced at this magnificent conquest.

And that is the story of the first thanksgiving.

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Malroth




13th Oct 2014, 5:04 PM

This slightly narrows down what dimension Raxon was originally from, We now know for certian that he is not from the dimension of nothing but shrimp.

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Raxon

Raxon




14th Oct 2014, 1:27 AM

Hell no. I came from the universe right next door to the universe of nothing but Axel Rose.

Source for that universe. It's in there somewhere, just read the damn thing!

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Pantless Ninja




13th Oct 2014, 8:05 AM
"Chapter master"

Ok, so I was Gm'ing a MUTANT heirs of the apocalypse game.
And instead of the lighthearted post apocalypse zone running they were used to, I gave them fear.
Tear inducing terror (one of my players actually cried, and I almost felt sorry)
The players were subjected to some of the more interesting monsters of the game, monsters with mind altering abilities.
Eventually the group wasn't sure of what was real and not, and watching them run around in circles not being sure if one of the other players characters lying bloodied and crying for help was real or not (it was real, he had stepped in a trap while taking the night watch)

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tenney




13th Oct 2014, 7:09 PM
"sadistic things are fun"

yeah, i love sadistic things. i think one of my more sadistic things was when i ran a Resident Evil Campaign (complete with the T-virus and all). in one of the sessions, two of the PCs were captured. Now, one of them was a twin brother, and he got mutated by a virus i created. the other PC was in love with said twin. i wound up having a mental screw session with them, including having a clone of the mutated twin having intercourse with the PC in love with him and impregnating her. oh, the mental screw i gave them.

the coolest parts of these sessions was when they did 'Mad Libs' in character as a part of the therapy they got after each mission. lol.

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tenney




13th Oct 2014, 7:11 PM
"oops"

i meant to say that *one of them had a twin brother that had gotten mutated by a virus i created.* sorry for the confusion.

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Neon Vincent




8th Nov 2014, 1:52 AM
"Happy (Canadian) Thanksgiving!"

I've decided to celebrate that holiday instead of Columbus Day.

http://crazyeddiethemotie.blogspot.com/2014/10/happy-canadian-thanksgiving.html

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