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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Kagimizu




22nd Dec 2014, 12:48 AM

I'm afraid I'm lost as to what Luke is suggesting/implying. Could someone explain it to someone with a rather bad Wisdom penalty?

*Shot. Repeatedly*

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Kagimizu




22nd Dec 2014, 12:52 AM

And... FIRST TIME STORY TIME!!

Tell a story where you picked a typically unfavorable or unusual combination (like a race with a Charisma penalty playing Sorcerer/Paladin/Bard/etc) and yet somehow it worked out to devastating effect.

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QuarianRogue




22nd Dec 2014, 1:28 AM

Well in the now dead character I mentioned earlier, I picked up a few skills in White Mage since that class had effective spells for the monsters we were up against. (Think Silent Hill, but worse.) Later in the game I combined the skill Aura Wings with the Rouge skill Flash Step, and wound up almost entirely impossible to hit. Almost.

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Old Man Henderson




22nd Dec 2014, 9:22 AM

Boy, I could sure as hell tell you a story. It started when I misplaced forty thousand dollars worth of lawn gnomes, and it ended in a hockey arena with enough explosives to kill a god.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




22nd Dec 2014, 1:20 PM
"Dwarferer"

Dwarf Sorcerer.
Before the death of dndtools.eu, I read through the entire Sorcerer/Wizard spell list, and made a Sorcerer to use my favorites. Direct damage spells are said to be far less useful than others - buffs, scrying, and the like - but that did not reduce the awesomeness of a dwarven exile dressed in layered rabbitskins and hefting an urgrosh reducing everything hostile to ashes. Those poor, poor ogre bandits had their blood boiled, turned to acid, and set ablaze within their veins even as fences of lightning zapped those foolish enough to charge... And then the tentacles of necromantically charged seawater were conjured. Utter devastation, and despite having a Sorcerer's laughable BAB he was handy enough in melee.

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Sumguy




23rd Dec 2014, 2:19 AM
"Oh, dndtools is back."

It's under .pw instead of .eu now.

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Anvildude




24th Dec 2014, 12:40 AM

One of my favorite characters so far (I think I mentioned him a bit ago?) was actually a Dwarf Sorcerer- in Pathfinder, and specialized in all the earthmoving, digging, iron and stone spells I could find. Blind, with Earthsense too. I was basically attempting to make an Earthbender.

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Dr. Inmate




22nd Dec 2014, 7:27 PM
"GLORY FOR THE HALFLING"

So, Random character generator: Halfing Fighter.
my initial response? fuuuuuck.
especially after the guy next to me got paladin assimar.

I won't say it went incredibly right, but when the GM decided to throw a dozen Vrock at us- I downed half of them by being thrown up towards them and ripping off their wings.

SMALL THING CRUSH YOU ALL

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Anvildude




24th Dec 2014, 12:39 AM

Oh jeeze. My first ever DnD character, made waaaay back when with the 3.5 Character Generator promo disc thing at a friend's house... Halfling Barbarian named Shem Whistler. I think he dual-weilded maces or flails or something.

Got to play him. Once. Died from a lightning trap on a sewer grate after failing a tumble between another party member's legs.

Tiny bundles of rage are the funnest bundles of rage.

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gallowsCalibrator

gallowsCalibrator




22nd Dec 2014, 1:02 AM

Since that last bit was in character, I think he was attempting to provoke Krieg's minions into attacking, forcing Gin to intercede. This would tire both Gin and thin out Krieg's forces. That's my best guess.

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Guest




22nd Dec 2014, 1:57 AM

That would make sense. Between the writing changing the circumstances of this arc and my inability to remember (been years since I watched this arc) I can't really remember what happens next.

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Malroth

Malroth




22nd Dec 2014, 1:05 AM

Taunt the lackies into attacking Luffy and Sanji so Gin will be forced to deal with them, that buys them a few rounds of 2 on 1 vs krieg.

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QuarianRogue




22nd Dec 2014, 1:25 AM

Walk it off. Guns are worthless in this setting, remember?

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Kagimizu




22nd Dec 2014, 1:59 AM

They still hurt like a motherf***er. Even if you have the drawback "Thick Skulled".

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Tempest Fennac




22nd Dec 2014, 2:08 AM

I think Luke's idea is that Krieg's crew would get disqualified if the minions who weren't meant to be involved fought back, which is why he was considering attacking them.

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Solokov




22nd Dec 2014, 7:18 PM

I beleive he's going for a fail on an intimidate/bluff.

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Lloyden




22nd Dec 2014, 9:40 PM

Think about it like this- if he provokes the Krieg Pirates into attacking him, Gin has to fight his own crew. On the other hand, Gin is already planning on attacking them as a participant, so there's really no downside to them attacking his crew. Well aside from that they would technically forfeit the Davy Back Fight, but let's be honest- everyone here is a Pirate.

For story time, I play in a Pokemon-Based Tabletop system in which one of the classes is called Juggler, allowing you to quickly switch Pokemon as a Free Action at the cost of the system's energy, AP. An additional feature in another class (Capture Specialist) allows you to make an attack when you throw a Poke Ball at a target as a Free Action (which you could do when switching). Combining these two features, we logic'd that you could potentially make Free Action attack rolls as long as you had the energy to support it.

When we outlined this to our GM, it was immediately banned, seeing as how 10 free attacks in a single round was a little ridiculous.

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Kozan




22nd Dec 2014, 2:45 AM
"the bard of campaign ending "

in a 3.5 game i ran i was a new dm and one of my players played a dwarven bard named Roarld Fizlear. through out the game he manged to always crit his charisma checks got obscene items to boost diplomacy. he specialized in bardic intrument of tap dancing making him the wors buffer ever of all time (thoguh he made goblins mosh pit to death). also the player decided Roarld was insane and made him try nad convinve the the part y to steal gold ment to save multibles towns in a kingdom. this failed but only by a lucky crit by the party leader. later he was kidnapped by Krampus, killed his elves with at shout the ripped of Krampus' head and gave it to a town guard as a gift before getting locked up and driving everyone around him insane. in the final chapter of the cmapang when they faes a giant undad with a death shriick he was killed turned into a ghost who haunted hte party then attianed godhood as the good of Entropy becuae of how unforgetable and life altewrign this character had become.

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Spare Parts




22nd Dec 2014, 2:58 PM

We never had a giant undad in our campaigns. I think it's about we get one for ourselves.

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Zeidoktor




22nd Dec 2014, 3:01 AM

Don't know about "devastating effect" but at a public D&D Encounters campaign I took part in I created a Barbarian Gnome for the hell of it.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




22nd Dec 2014, 1:23 PM

I don't suppose they were a desert-dwelling cannibal?

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Raxon

Raxon




22nd Dec 2014, 2:12 PM

I created a kobold banker once. That character didn't last a single session.

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Haru No Hikaru




22nd Dec 2014, 2:12 PM
"Not really my character . . ."

But my mom recently told me about a character she made years ago. It was in Dark Sun, and she made a half-giant psionic. She then rolled a 1 on an attack at some point, and rolled maximum damage, on her teammate. Yeah, that dude got creamed, and she wasn't even focusing on strength like you would usually go to a half-giant for. Apparently her characters had a bad habit of accidentally killing or seriously injuring the characters played by that guy. It might as well have been a running gag.

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Bigger Raxon




22nd Dec 2014, 2:18 PM

"Accidentally"... riiiight.

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Yuko Hoon

Yuko Hoon




22nd Dec 2014, 3:45 PM

I haven't seen in the days of my life anything as lethal as a Dwarven Paladin. I even played one, once. She mowed through a pack of duergars like they were grass, and destroyed the final boss of that session. Don't mess with dwarves that are paladins, it won't end well.

Also, one of my RPG pals once used a Dhampir Paladin for a Pathfinder game. He kept missing hits till he got to the final boss (a young black dragon) then he rolled a crit and 1-hit-ko'ed it. Let's just say my elf wasn't sure if she should kiss him or kill him XD

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Raxon

Raxon




22nd Dec 2014, 5:12 PM

Where is your avatar from? I find the art style intriguing.

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Lloyden




22nd Dec 2014, 9:42 PM
"Do Tell"

I'm the the Rax. It reminds me of Maplestory, but the body is clearly larger than that.

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Yuko Hoon

Yuko Hoon




23rd Dec 2014, 3:51 PM

It was made as a comission by a DA artist I know, called Celsa. It's a chibi (or super deformed) of a character of mine, based on Dynasty Warriors.

http://celsa.deviantart.com/art/Tao-Leiyu-chibi-194874127

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Raxon

Raxon




23rd Dec 2014, 7:02 PM

Aww, I was hoping it was a webcomic. The art style really had me intrigued.

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