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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Otaku

Otaku




26th Nov 2014, 12:06 AM

...and that is how you make sticking close to the source material funny and intriguing:

Luke gets his (role-playing) game on to the surprise of the GM. :)

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Lina

Lina




26th Nov 2014, 10:28 AM

Jep. The GM was literary speachless there.
Me to, I forgot Luke could do that.
Awsome work with the silence there, DT! You're getting really good in the combining of perfect shots and your own dialoge.

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Raxon

Raxon




26th Nov 2014, 12:07 AM

Tell a story about roleplaying to salvage a mistake.

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BakaGrappler




26th Nov 2014, 2:13 AM

I unfortunately have no such story. My groups all decided that when a mistake was made, we undid it so that our adventures would not be complicated. We had a nice GM who did not punish us for it.

The kind fool. He let all kinds of adventure hooks pass him by.

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Fire Hazard




26th Nov 2014, 3:37 AM

A true DM would grind you to dust at the first slip. How do you expect to grow strong in such a weak world?

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ThatOneOtherGuy




26th Nov 2014, 4:42 AM
"Flashbacks"

Fire Hazard, you're giving me flashbacks about my second DM, with whom a character lasting more than two sessions was considered "veteran". Everyone from that group including myself became the worst kinds of munchkin,minmaxer,and/or rules lawyers just to survive and most of us never completely recovered. Your name doesn't happen to be William does it? You have his philosophy to a T.

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Dr. Inmate




26th Nov 2014, 4:42 AM

okay- I've got this one.
It was back in college and we were playing with a critical success and fail rule for diplomacy rolls along with exploding criticals.
The Paladin rolled 4 critical failures in a row while we were talking with the king of the fiefdom. All the guards came out, his pet wizard was called down to destroy us, oh god it was going to be horrible. I was ready to go Barbarian on everything when the Bard passed a note to the GM.
The GM nodded and the Bard, a music major, pulled out her Violin and proceeded to play a song she composed, singing along. It was the highlight of the entire campaign, and the GM decided that it was enough for only the Paladin to get sent to the dungeon.

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Lina

Lina




26th Nov 2014, 10:34 AM

Your Bard sounds like she could be named Brook XD
Oh wait.
Brook would screw up by asking the princes (or maybe even the queen) if he could see her panties, and gets trown into the dungeon himself.

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*Sigh*




26th Nov 2014, 7:47 PM

Speaking of Brook, I was thinking about his signature attack and was wondering if there was any kind of similar attack method in D&D? The closest I could find off hand was Quivering Palm, but that's generally reserved for Monks and hand-dealt damage.

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Guest




27th Nov 2014, 6:10 AM

There is a skill trick, Mosquito's Bite, that can delay someone noticing an attack you did for a round, so you can attack again afterwards. Combined with Iaijutsu Focus and other means to get a single, powerful attack, it could be possibly be used to ape the Arrow Notch Strike.

I suspect that, when the comic gets there, it will literally be a maneuver called Arrow Notch Strike that handles the trick. It's not like there are actual maneuvers and bonuses for using three weapons, like Zoro has. A similar level of material invented for the comic can be expected.

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Dr. Inmate




27th Nov 2014, 12:53 AM

If only.
Also, can't wait to see who actually plays that crazy skeleton, ^-^

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YukoHoon




26th Nov 2014, 10:37 AM

Playing L5R, most of the group got captured by a Scorpion shungeja thanks to a mix of nasty rolls and bad decisions. The shugenja was after a scroll that my character, a Crane duelist, had gotten after a combat at the beginning of the campaing.

The shugenja came to talk with us and find out about the scroll, and the group "kindly" put me in charge of answering her questions.

The ensuing conversation was roleplayed, and my character managed to not only throw the shugenja off the rails, but also gain enough time for the free party members to come with a rescue plan and make it work.

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Sumguy




26th Nov 2014, 9:03 PM
"The Deck"

Glorious Overlord Raxxon, I have such a tale. It was during a campaign that I was DMing that my brave adventurers got their hands on something that makes even the most seasoned adventurer quake in fear. The Deck of Many Things. Our wizard, a gambling addict, decided to use this deck, not knowing what it was, to play a game of Texas Hold 'Em. What happened was a disaster. He lost all of his material possessions, summoned TWO demons, and lost so much exp he was dangerously close to the double digits. It was horrible. But then came the final card. The final draw. And what should he draw... But a wish? And so, as he slowly decayed before the party's eyes, demons forming ranks and advancing upon them, he uttered a single sentence: I wish I had never drawn from the deck. Time reversed before his very eyes. The party was fine. He was fine. No one would ever recall the horror that had taken place save for he, the man who drew the cards. To this day, he keeps that deck in a custom made box with five masterwork locks, and never speaks of the horror resting inside. Waiting for the day that he would again dare to draw the cards.

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xuincherguixe

xuincherguixe




27th Nov 2014, 5:43 AM

So Alfred had just picked someone's pocket. Unfortunately they noticed, and called for the guards. Not wanting to be beaten savagely, thrown in prison, and possibly executed I did the sensible thing and ran away. Only real place I could reasonable remain unseen was in a fruit stall.

The owner of the stall caught on as to what was going on. So kind of smiled and asked him not to let the guard know I was there and assist in using my face to create a post modern work of art.

Said merchant did not have any particular issue complying. Instructed the rest of the guttersnipes to leave that place alone so worked out for him too.

Probably worked out okay for the guards too because I was such a problem they likely had to increase the budget.

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Reeder




23rd Aug 2017, 10:45 AM
"awesome sauce"

That's the kind of moment where Luke show he can and will roleplay when not busy doing crazy stuff

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Poker




1st Nov 2017, 9:03 PM

I would love to see how the Luffy flashback post-marinford would turn out in Luke's hand. not happening anytime soon, though...

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