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vip651




15th Apr 2015, 12:16 AM

there is a joke somewhere about luke saying what we are all thinking at this point

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IsaiahOmega




15th Apr 2015, 1:35 AM
"There is,but you'll have to find it first."

He left the entirety of the joke in one piece.

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Splodiedude




15th Apr 2015, 2:32 AM
"What you did there..."

...I see it

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Zangevi




15th Apr 2015, 2:29 AM

You know, given what we have seen Luke do thus far he definitely could have broke the mast and let Walken take a ton of fall damage. However, he is doing what any player would do when faced with a really annoying boss who will not stay down: going out of his way to punch the dude in the face solely because he feels it is called for.

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Guest




15th Apr 2015, 6:52 AM

Fall damage wouldn't hurt the armor though. At least not under most systems. Luke's plan isn't terrible; break the thing giving Krieg nigh-infinite HP before you try to break the man himself.

Now, if he could use the mast as an improvised reach weapon...

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Armoric




15th Apr 2015, 8:07 AM

Well he could make him fall into the water and kill him by drowning because that thing is heavy. Luffy wouldn't do that but Kuro died so I'm sure Luke wouldn't have qualms about it.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




15th Apr 2015, 11:57 AM

I dunno, I think Luke wants a more personal victory.

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Zangevi




15th Apr 2015, 4:48 PM

That is what I was getting at. There were several "easier" options to end the fight or get at his opponent, but he did what any player would do in this situation, logic be damned.

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BakaGrappler




15th Apr 2015, 3:01 AM
"Tell a Story: About the Damn Catchphrase"

Someone always does it at the table, thinking it's cute, or funny, or whatever.

They use a catchphrase.

Either of their own making, or taken from something else. Yeah, it may be funny under the right conditions, but most of the time... it ain't.

Tell a Story about your table's / mmo's catchphrases. And if they were well recieved, or earned a junk food pelting.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




15th Apr 2015, 11:59 AM
""That's Racist.""

I suspect they got it from CinemaSins.
The most common trigger for the catchphrase is, "I can never tell with you people," when NPCs speculate on the elf's gender.

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Sheepking




15th Apr 2015, 4:21 PM
""I roll to be unimpressed.""

I tend to say this whenever a DM uses an over-the-top description of something. Once my DM actually told me to roll for it. I got a 1 and they decided I was stunned in awe for 1d4 rounds.

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Cassus




15th Apr 2015, 2:17 PM
""...as far as you know.""

This is a catchphrase that all of us who GM in our group use-- we tend to favor transparency, with rolls in the open, describing things in mechanical terms, etc, so it's hard to keep secrets. But if you take -anything- and add that phrase to the end...

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QuarianRogue




15th Apr 2015, 6:27 PM
""Steal everything that isn't nailed down...""

"... and then break out the crowbar."

Accidentally broke character when I said that as a character who was an aspiring cop soon after one who stole all the things, all the time.

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Zangevi




15th Apr 2015, 10:49 PM
""What's the worst that can happen...""

Had a new player join the group a few years back. He had never played any paper-pencil RPGs, just video games. He didn't realize that unlike in a video game, if you tempt the GM with statements like this he will make things go horribly wrong . After the third time this happened we made him start naming his characters Kenny on account of the almost perverse glee the GM was starting to take in killing them off in increasing clever ways. He eventually learned his lesson but not before going through 23 Kenny's.

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The Risu




16th Apr 2015, 2:11 AM
"Thor would approve"

I'm in a 5th Ed D&D group, and this time I rolled up a Cleric. After some tinkering and back story, I decided that she was a battle healer and of whatever D&D's equivalent of Norse descent was.

So the first adventure she's at the tavern trying the local beers, waiting for the rest of the party. She had gone there after knocking the leader of the local gang on his ass when he tried to extort her and she sent them running instead. After several pints (and a shift change at the bar), the rest of the party shows up, having finished their errands. ...Followed by the gang I'd just embarrassed. Time for initiative! It rolls around to me, and the leader has basically singled me out for the gang to, well, gang up on. I announced that my character chugs the last of her beer, grabs her mace, and charges him, shouting, "PARTY LIKE A VIKING!" Hilarity (in- and out-of-game) ensued.

We handily won the fight, and it's been decided that my Cleric's fighting style is "tanking while tanked." Now, when a big fight is on, we party like vikings, and so far, Freya (my deity) has smiled on us every time. :D

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RichardZX




16th Apr 2015, 11:07 PM
"Stop, hammer time."

Buddy of mine plays a Titan mauler (wields an earth breaker ). Long story short, he wanted a pre-ass kicking one liner and I absent mindedly spit this one out. You don't mess with the classics

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TippyToe Zombie




25th Aug 2015, 9:19 PM
"Electrum"

My character in my current campaign is obsessed with Electrum, so whenever money is offered for anything, he will always ask "Would you be willing to pay me in Electrum?" Not always using the exact words, but still pretty much the same basic gist.

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Luminous Lead




15th Apr 2015, 3:35 AM
"He may have the power"

But he doesn't have the touch.

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Raxon

Raxon




15th Apr 2015, 1:36 PM

"The power's all in the presentation."

A wizard who was known for hamming up his magic, and was condtantly intimidating people with it. I don't think he ever really had to cast any attack spells.

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Anvildude




15th Apr 2015, 3:12 PM

It's like the difference between a Villain, and a _Super_ one.

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Raxon

Raxon




15th Apr 2015, 5:30 PM

Dude impressed me. His favorite spell was a freaking cantrip. He could use dancing lights and prestiditation to amazing effects, too.

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nathan400

nathan400




15th Apr 2015, 6:02 PM
"Are you talking about..."

Gandalf?

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Guest




15th Apr 2015, 6:53 PM

I'm fairly certain Gandalf only intimidated people when it was called for, and while rarely used, he did have the raw power to go toe to toe with a balrog.

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Darth_Bane




15th Apr 2015, 10:17 PM
""Well in theory...""

I can fly a chopper,
I can levitate myself,
I can light the fuse with an ice cube,
I can use that skill at default.

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Zilfallion

Zilfallion




16th Apr 2015, 3:02 AM
""Well technically...""

I have one a lot like that. Only it's used on things a bit more supported by the game mechanics. Usually in response to a rather hard task set before the party.

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IsaiahOmega




17th Apr 2015, 1:00 AM
"My friends and I are still new to tabletop"

We do a rotating DM thing between the four of us so whenever neither of us are DM my friend Mike will turn and say "punch him in the face" worked wonders against the Dragon my brother made and is one of the reasons I only made monks since our first debacle trying the game

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Reeder




23rd Aug 2017, 6:37 PM

That Krieg is just so hammy. this is great !

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