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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Raxon

Raxon




11th Feb 2015, 12:38 AM

You would think Luffy would have used some money to get himself equipped with goodies by now.

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Neon Vincent




11th Feb 2015, 1:02 AM

Too bad Nami has the money now.

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Zangevi




11th Feb 2015, 2:38 AM
"Story Time "

Though it is not relevant to the comic, Raxon's post has given me a great idea.
Tell of a time that some random non-magical item you purchased because it sounded cool or possibly useful ended up saving the day.

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Zangevi




11th Feb 2015, 2:41 AM
"Addendum"

Bonus points for creative or unconventional (not using the item as it was intended) uses

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Ragman




11th Feb 2015, 7:16 AM

Not really random or item but in one of my Shadowrun campaigns one player got the internal air tank cyberware to combine it with the "strange cyberware noise" flaw to sound like darth vader.
it prevented a TPK when they ditched their equipment (including the gas mask i gave them) to carry more loot, only to end up in a room filled with knockout gas.
later it saved his life when he fell unconcious into a river and his biomonitor activated it automaticly.

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Archsage Zavas

Archsage Zavas




11th Feb 2015, 9:23 AM

My party was being pursued by a cult of the world's Lore Goddess, and to escape, our ranger threw a bottle of my arcanist's ink onto some records. My character about had an aneurism, but we escaped thanks to a single vial of ink.

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Aegis




11th Feb 2015, 9:33 AM

Not me personally, but my players have a tendency to gather any mundane items they can get their hands on. A bag of holding being their first usual purchase, I believe they went through 3/4s of a campaign with a pair of dogsleds in their bag.

Probably an IRL year later, they find themselves at the top of a mountain, attempting to beat an irate white dragon down the mountain before it has a chance to wreck the village at the bottom. Their solution? Have the druid transform, and pull the dogsleds down, Grinch style.

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Thurl Ravenscroft




11th Feb 2015, 12:30 PM

My DM likes to put random items in the campaign. In this case, it was a simulacra that sold carbonated potions. The red one was Coca Cola, but common isn't english, so none of us knew that.

I bought a bunch of the blue ones, because it was the same color of my suit (my character was a fop).

Turned out to be carbonated growth potions, and the suit didn't grow with me. Whoops.

When storming the castle later, I realized I could shake up the can, throw it into a room, and the Gnome Rogue could shoot it in mid-air. The potion sprayed all over the place, and would cause random body-parts to grow, making it so that the guards inside couldn't do anything effectively.

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Jim




11th Feb 2015, 1:40 PM
"I'll just leave this here."

http://www.darthsanddroids.net/episodes/0023.html

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Spare Parts




11th Feb 2015, 4:43 PM
"might have told that one before"

Might have told this one before. My rogue had this grappling hook, because adventurers ought to have a grappling hook and 30ft of rope. It's just common sense, you see? Though he never got to use it... to climb. When he ran out of throwing knives he threw it at the demon summoning evil wizard dominating our priestess of fighting in close combat (which should be impossible). He deflected the grappling hook with ease (and the force), but the distraction cost him his hand, a lot of blood and his life.

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Rzz




12th Feb 2015, 1:42 AM

It was my first time ever playing D&D, but I knew enough about RPGs to know that I should pick up everything around me to add to my inventory. Somehow, I decided that this meant I should drain my fallen comrades' corpses of blood and carry it around in vials. This actually came in handy later when I threw it in some pirates' eyes.

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Guest




12th Feb 2015, 3:31 AM

Are you related to raxxon???

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Raxon

Raxon




12th Feb 2015, 5:54 PM

I'm so proud. Don't forget to collect small river rocks in a sack, as well as lead weights. They come in handy for dungeoneering.

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Verethragna




17th May 2015, 9:37 PM

My Rogue/Alchemist actually always carries some sticks & stones with her and used them on multiple occasions.
(Also a few needles, but she never got to use them so far...)

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