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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Lionman9

Lionman9




5th Aug 2015, 2:24 AM

Don't worry, by the end of this its height wont matter as much. Side note tell a story of when a major landmark got destroyed and it was TOTALLY your fault.

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Kale




5th Aug 2015, 2:48 AM
"Do cities count?"

So, I was a mindflayer who called himself The Therapist, in a level 20 campaign, he found this strange magical cube shaped room, but it was underground and he wanted to study it elsewhere. The npc archmage agreed. So we used our combined powers, The Therapist was that class that steals abilities by eating people so his magical abilities were varied and many, decided to work together and move it to a neutral location. We moved it... and it displaced/fell on a similar magic room in the heart of a major city. In essence we hit the place with a Thor Shot, see Shadowrun, and wiped it off the face of the planet, accidentally.

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DiZ




5th Aug 2015, 3:06 AM
"Yes, they do"

Wow, um... oops?

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Kale




5th Aug 2015, 12:29 PM
"Evil"

Sort of, I mean the initial pitch of the game was supervillains. So y'know you expect some collateral now and again.

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FanOfMostEverything




5th Aug 2015, 7:36 AM

My first attempt to run an Exalted game went poorly for a number of reasons. One of the worst was the minmaxed heroic mortal character who was completely mute, but had ludicrous sums of money and dual-wielded flintlock flamethrowers. The flamethrowers were nothing special. This is Exalted, a game with immortal, genetically-engineered dinosaurs whose kidneys produce heroin instead of urine.

Still, he managed to set the entire town on fire when I wasn't paying enough attention to him. It got so bad I had to make the Fate Spiders (arachnorobotic gods that maintain the literal Loom of Fate) go "nope" and reset the game.

Then the game got bogged down because no one could figure out how combat worked, but that was a different matter.

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Kale




5th Aug 2015, 12:43 PM
"Exalted Combat"

Yeah, that will happen. Getting bogged down I mean.

And lighting cities on fire.

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Raxon

Raxon




5th Aug 2015, 1:49 PM

I have a story. You might want to it down for this
this.

Okay, so we had just subdued the tarrasque, and we were deciding what to do. All of a sudden, I had a wonderful idea. I was going to remove a section of armored hide from his back, and surgically implant a seat into his back, so I could ride him. Then I embedded spell foci on either side of his head. Through these foci, I could remotely cast fourth level or lower spells while riding in the seat.

I cast lightning bolt on the left side to make him go left, or lightning bolt on the right side to make him turn right. Seemed pretty straightforward.

Then I got to test it out as the beast woke. After 72 hours in game time, I realized I neglected to install an off button. I ended up smashing though the gates of the crystal city, Lithos. The crystal city had this massive, gleaming spire in the center. I ended up wrecking the whole place, spire included.

I was not allowed near unconscious giant beasts again.

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Kira




6th Aug 2015, 2:03 PM

what run out of lightning bolt casts?

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Spare Parts




23rd Sep 2015, 1:49 PM
"Spider Riders"

Some players of my former group actually pulled this of in of their earlier adventures. They caught a giant spider, saddled it and crafted a telepathic slave headband the rider wearing the corresponding master crown. They started breeding them and mass producing the telepathic devices got filthy rich by demanding Tesla model S level prices and bought a considerable chunk of continent thereby gaining the resources for bigger enterprises.

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Guest




5th Aug 2015, 7:28 PM

I have a story. I wasn't the one who destroyed it, I was the GM and she was the player. Basically she and the party got sent deep into the druid-y forest to defeat some evil druids bent on misusing a magical artifact. Near the end of their months-long ritual they enter the stone circle to find druid's chanting, pouring even more power into the magical artifact hovering in a web of power between the already powerful stones. And then, the player cast Create Pit under one of the massive dolmen stones....
I concluded that a combination of massive-sized Earthquake, Elemental Swarm (fire elementals) and Earthquake was justified; the resulting fire and crack destroyed the forest for tens of miles around, destroying the country's shipbuilding industry and the balances of the forest. Much fun when we went back later...

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Crimson




6th Aug 2015, 6:15 AM
"I bloweded up a mountain!"

It was a Pathfinder game and I was playing a dwarven cleric of Cayden Caylian. We had to go and investigate what was taking the livestock in in a mountainous range. Long story short, we found it was a swarm of Giant Ants which had set up a colony in the mountain. So rather then have to go through every single place, my character took an extra large drink from his waterskin full of whiskey, reached into his bag of holding and pulled out every single attempt at a flash bomb plus the almost full keg of gunpowder, used an oiled silk rope as a long ass fuse adn let it before getting the hell out of dodge

What the DM didn't mention was the mountain had a rather large deposit of sulphur in it's walls. So the entire freaking mountain exploded when fuse ended. Got a truckload of XP though

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Chazman




22nd Oct 2015, 7:32 PM
"Created a volcano"

We turned a mountain into a volcano. The bad guys had this base set up inside a mountain and had bound an elemental lord of fire to this plane to us it's heat to power their forges and to magic to empower them. We bust in, fight our way through a dungeon that made Tomb of Horrors look easy, and after three six-hour long sessions, in which our party got shat on and barely escaped death, we reached the room with the lord, completely by accident. Having already set up charges to sabotage the forges we decided to free the lord. He responds, thanks to an unlucky die roll by the DM, to destroy everything and turns the mountain into an erupting volcano. Second later, our charges go off, destroying one side of the mountain and giving the lava a straight path to a major city.

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Breakfateschain




5th Aug 2015, 3:40 AM

Let's just say that if I miss a session, my friends usually start framing out because there's a 30 percent chance of mass destruction every time I miss a session. The most famous and memorable of which was in an Exalted game, we had just reached Nexus, a city roughly 3-4 times the size of New York. After some shopping we ended the session and I told them I had to miss the next one because I had a convention next week. Cut to the convention, I call my GM to ask how the session went. I was informed that were Nexus used to be was now a massive sphere of anti-existence. Turns out, while I was gone there was a Fae invasion that attacked the city, and two of the party members thought the best way to stop the invasion would be to break a time machine that had been gathering energy since the beginning of time. The best/worst part, the anti-existence was growing, so the rest of the plot became devoted preventing the unraveling of existence. Did I mention the explosion which created the anti-existence was powerful enough it destroyed Fate and caused all the Gods of Fate to explode?

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




6th Aug 2015, 7:31 PM

Oh boy. I'll bet the Sidereals weren't too pleased...

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Eliza




5th Aug 2015, 4:11 AM

A long time ago I was playing a game of 3.5 as an Epic Level Pixie Sorcerer... which is just as awesome as it sounds, when our DM decided to put us in a slightly home-brewed version of Castle Ravenloft. Now if you don't know what Ravenloft is, let's just say anything can happen as it can appear anywhere in the D&D Universe and many DM's like to homebrew it to where it can appear anywhere in the Multiverse as it does exist in a pocket dimension. While there we managed to stumble out of the castle several times and into other realms, one of my favorites was when we toppled out into the DC universe, specifically Metropolis.

Well our party got separated and we had to find each other while Superman fought Doomsday in the streets of Metropolis around us. Yes, our DM decided to drop us into Metropolis during the Death of Superman storyline. Well being a genuinely nice girl, I tried to help ol' Supes and blasted Doomsday right in the face with Bigby's Clenched Fist sending him flying right into the Daily Planet building. Fortunately a few of my companions were there and managed to safely get everyone out of the building as it came crashing down around them. We all then teamed up with Superman and helped him fight Doomsday and protect the city, but we had to leave the battle halfway through in order to get back to the castle before it vanished out of that universe. Granted that wasn't even the strangest thing in our modded Ravenloft play-through.

So yeah... I accidentally destroyed the Daily Planet.

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Eliza




7th Aug 2015, 3:40 AM

By the castle appearing anywhere... I meant the mists which can be for exiting or entering into the pocket dimension it exists within... Sorry I was half asleep when I wrote this...

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Yuko Hoon

Yuko Hoon




5th Aug 2015, 9:29 AM

People are talking about accidentaly destroying landmarks. What about destroying one intentionally?

In one of the Fading Suns campaings I played, we had to go to a planetoid with a minning station to deal with some terrorist attacks. Long story short, the terrorist cell perpetrating the attacks were trying to get to a Annunnaki gargoyle that happened to be corrupted and that would drive all the people in the planetoid insane if activated. The only way to destroy the gargoyle was to alter the planetoid's orbit so it would fall towards that sistem's sun. So we evacuated everyone, and sent the planetoid to its final demise. So yeaaah, I think I've reached the "planetary" level in the destruction scale XD

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Kale




5th Aug 2015, 12:40 PM
"How?"

I'm just curious about the method employed to alter a planetoid's orbit to such a degree? Did y'all strap engines to it? Used a Stargate to open a portal directly to the sun somehow? Adjust the gravitational constant of the universe? Or just have Superman drag it?

Also, I am unfamiliar with Fading Suns, so if it's something glaringly obvious to those familiar with the setting then that may be why I'm not seeing it.

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Luminous Lead




5th Aug 2015, 9:44 PM

I'm with Cory- recaps can afford to be so much shorter than they usually are.

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Drazon




6th Aug 2015, 3:15 PM
""We don't need no water...""

Not as big as some of the other stories here, but my current campaign started with a prison break. The players should escape quietly, sneak out of their cell, get rid of a few guards with sleep-spells and similar things and then hurry into the night without anyone else noticing.
They burned the entire prison down...

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Grand Silver




7th Aug 2015, 1:32 AM

In a game of PTU I was thankfully able to convince my players not to build a giant fire in the capitol city.

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Roscoe Wrongrighter




11th Aug 2015, 5:31 PM
"Snarky Good Paladin"

As DM, I once imploded an entire mansion into a sphere the size of a marble using only a cursed spellbook, my hatred of hook horrors, a player who'd insisted on making a hook horror PC, and very specific wording. Long story short, when the only way to escape imminent implosion is to place your hand on a book, it is VITAL that your character have actual HANDS.

Not hooks. Hands.

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