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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer



9th Sep 2015, 12:00 AM

Okay, I'll admit, I'm taking a huge risk here because I cannot for the life of me remember whether or not Usopp's long nose as been mentioned already in a previous page. I could go back and check, but... >_>

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Lionman9

Lionman9




9th Sep 2015, 12:43 AM

Pretty sure you have not.

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*Sigh*




9th Sep 2015, 1:19 AM

Fairly certain you haven't, though even if you have we can just chalk it up to nobody listening or paying attention, it's totally a thing that happens in games!

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




9th Sep 2015, 1:37 AM

Ditto to what the other guys said. I tend to remember minutiae like this pretty well, too, so I'm confident that it hasn't come up before.

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BakaGrappler




9th Sep 2015, 5:09 AM
"Tell a Story: About the surprise character revelation"

Everyone knows exactly who they're playing as. I mean, they made the character sheet, right? But then, the GM pulls a fast one, and tells you who you REALLY are.

Tell a story about a time when someone else, the GM or another player, revealed something you didn't know about your character.

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Bon




9th Sep 2015, 6:08 AM
"Bon"

"The GM said I was a human but it turns out I wasn't. Tengu believe it?"

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Anonymous




9th Sep 2015, 9:53 AM

please excuse how I tell the below story has I was not there and I don't know anything about the system beyond a stat called honour

in a 'legend of the five rings rpg' campaign some of my group play, one of the players was a spy of some sort from a minor house (clan?) who was pretending to be someone from a major house. What makes this interesting is that he had two character sheets with different stats, his real one (lets call him Aoi) that says he is a spy from a minor house and only the GM and the player knew this character sheet existed, and his cover identity (lets call this one Hikari) from a major house that the rest of the players got to see. at some point the party got into a fight that would lead to at least 1 pc death, unless Hikari revealed himself as the spy Aoi. so Hikari revealed himself as Aoi suprising the rest of the players who genuinely had no clue, and proceeded to save them. The campaign is till going on and apparently Aoi says a member of the party did die that day. he is talking about Hikari

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Solokov




9th Sep 2015, 3:19 PM

So.. this goes back to a few games back. This was more or less the prototype version of my 3.5/5/pathfinder cleric.

The setting was that we were adventurers investigating the aftermath of the war of the spider queen, my character a moon elf ranger was previously a slav or something under the drow but escaped in the chaos of drow society going to hell.

As such we're checking out some minor city and accidently get spotted by a group of drow and have to fight (unknowingly to us the GM has been running two games more or less at the same time and bring in the drow group) to fight us. While the two fighters square off I get tangled up against the mage while the two clerics face off and attempt to negotiate, in the chaos one of the fighters gets thrown into my one on one with the mage, and after a roll of the dice my character gets hit in the side of the head with the fighters sword, which happens to have an anti-magic field (they'd found a relic from the war of the spider queen), and the GM more or less stops the fight with revealing that my character had been wrapped up in a ton of illusions and was revealed to be a drow instead of a moon elf.

Giving me a "wait what?" moment, and my original party having a short internal debate on what the hell just happened while the other party considered parley.

Ended up grouping together and somehow we wound up in the waymeet after that and managed to break that....

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




10th Sep 2015, 1:16 AM

Did you mean slave? Because I do remember an entertaining thread about Slavic drow...

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Zilfallion

Zilfallion




9th Sep 2015, 3:31 PM

This is basically the theme of a character I'm playing, and really enjoying. Told my GM I wanted to go the raised from young age as an assassin. We discussed a few outlines on what I wanted. Then he just went off with it and refused to tell me anything my character wouldn't know, which was a LOT. She's just recently been learning a few things about well, the people she worked for, the opposing group she THOUGHT she worked for, and circumstances of how she came to work for the first, and later switch sides without knowing it.

This is the downside of not telling your assassins you raise anything. If you've got someone infiltrating your group, they might just steal one without them knowing they've been stolen. Then use them against you.

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CrowMagnon




9th Sep 2015, 3:44 PM

In this case, I AM the GM who revealed something to a player that they didn't know about themselves.

In the Pony Tales campaign I run, the main villains are a group of vampires. Their leader is able to stand toe-to-toe with Celestia herself by virtue of possessing an enchanted dagger which absorbs sunlight. This dagger was forged for her by a powerful unicorn with his own agenda, and some social connections to the bard and the con-man in the group.

Also in the group is a young, prodigiously talented unicorn orphan who ended up getting caught up in the vampire's attack with the rest of the party by sheer coincidence. So after the first story arc runs its course and they drive the vampires off, I put in a little epilogue scene focusing on the unicorn who made the dagger. He looks at the newspaper story describing the attack, sees a picture of the group, then double-takes and goes, "My daughter... she's alive."

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Rzz




10th Sep 2015, 11:33 PM

I'm a DM myself, and one of the PCs I run has a few of these under his belt. To all the other players, he's a human with a high rank in the military, without much backstory worth mentioning. What they don't know is that his mother's an ancient gem dragon, his father was a powerful time-traveler, and he himself is one of the most dangerous members of a terrorist/freedom fighter movement.

Boy, I hope non of my players read this comic!

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SupaBigMac




3rd May 2016, 8:25 PM
"Where the dice fall"

A lot of our characters' distinctive features ended up getting retconned in, or just added because of how our rolls ended up. After three increasingly bad Perception rolls (9, 4, 1) in the second session, it was decided my character was blind in one eye, due to a fight prior to the campaign.

Our Ranger got the worst of it, though. Everyone's first roll of the campaign was a Beauty Score roll. Basically, an extra piece of BS to go alongside our Charisma. I rolled a Nat 20 and for an extra point for my CHA, to put it at a flat 10. The Ranger got a Nat 1, and also had a flat 10, so his BS is straight up 1, while mine is 21, due to a feat. So now, in every social session, his curse of ugliness is joked about. The one upside is that he makes a great wingman, cause he could never steal your girl.

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CrowMagnon




9th Sep 2015, 9:28 AM

I actually DO play a Tengu in my Pathfinder group. Chekyl the Alchemist. Never went for the "Long-Nose Form" racial feat, though, so he's always feathery. :>

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SeriousBiz




9th Sep 2015, 2:41 PM

Just adjust your aim with your inhumanly long, perfectly aligned nose. Boom, like +8 or something to ranged attacks made with a slingshot or a bow. Brilliant.

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Raxon

Raxon




10th Sep 2015, 1:16 PM

Hmm... a half-kappa tengu ranger. Since kappa are aquatic, it would make him amphibious, capable of flight... Guys, I think I invented a duck.

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Raxon

Raxon




10th Sep 2015, 1:16 PM

Hmm... a half-kappa tengu ranger. Since kappa are aquatic, it would make him amphibious, capable of flight... Guys, I think I invented a duck.

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