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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Raxon

Raxon




11th Sep 2015, 12:06 AM

He's pining for the fyords.

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BakaGrappler




11th Sep 2015, 12:57 AM

Now he just needs nails in his feet to keep him upright.

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Lloyden




13th Sep 2015, 7:43 PM

Like a rock.

No wait, that's Chevy.

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BakaGrappler




11th Sep 2015, 1:00 AM
"Tell a Story: Nope! Not happening."

Sometimes, we just wanna do something. Boredom. Bravado. Boosze. Any of a dozen bad-new-bears in our system could have us want to do something we reaaaaaally shouldn't. That's when someone steps in to stop you, before you wipe the party.

Tell a tale about when someone successfully, or unsuccessfully, stopped someone from doing something incredibly STUPID.

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*Sigh*




11th Sep 2015, 2:06 AM

More times in my old group than I could count.

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Cyborg-Lucario

Cyborg-Lucario




11th Sep 2015, 5:42 AM

Jeez, it has happened so many times that I forgot a specific one.

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Tokoz




11th Sep 2015, 9:27 AM
"WHAT DID I FUCKING SAY"

I had a 5E monk in our most recent campaign, the first 5E one I ever ran. He started out as a cocky thief, but eventually ended up as more of a perpetually grumpy assassin. He also developed a reputation for legendarily accurate paranoia.

We were running the first bit of the Dragon Queen adventures, and he had been proven right multiple times before, such as the LSD Treasure Chest, Doppelganger travelers, or the Sketchy Inn Owner. Still, as we approached the flying castle on an iceburg, currently being rented by the Dragon Cult, we were feeling confident enough. We had the password, the banner, and we had been looting cultist gear from the many, many, many people we had killed. Some of it even had no bloodstains at all!

As we approach, we see two giant statues outside the gate. Our ranger, who is leading, kept walking across the bridge, deciding that pausing might show cowardice and give us away. From the middle, my (At the time, before I took Toughnes) slightly squishy monk called out "Say the Password!"

The ranger waved dismissively, and the player said "I haven't been challenged yet, I'll say it when they ask." The others sorta shrugged, as he kept moving, the rest of us slightly behind. As we approached, I again said, "Seriously, say the Password, just in case." He shook his head, and moved forward to pass to the gate.

"SAY THE PASSWORD!" "It's Fi-" The Stone Golems animated. In one turn, they reduced the ranger to a negative hitpoint pancake on the ground, as our mostly without magical item party groaned and readied for battle. We did have one Magical item at the time.

The longbow the ranger was carrying.

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Otaku

Otaku




11th Sep 2015, 8:32 AM

The first RPG system I learned was one where you could take traits that constrain your actions for additional build points during character creation e.g. Flaws, Disadavantges, etc. I chose "Pyromania" at a low level... not realizing that for the value I gave it it wasn't that low a level. The GM did help me design the character so either it was his mistake as well or just the typical newbie/GM miscommunication.

Now trying to actually role-play my character, this meant while we were exploring some abandoned buildings I decided I should start a fire. My character being a little above average in the IQ department and not being particularly cruel or callous wanted to make sure that the fire burned relatively safely: I didn't "want to watch the whole world burn" just enjoy a nice, pretty fire. XD If it took out the whole block... that was as far as I wanted it to go. If it just burned in that building for a while, that was fine as well.

Possibly due to another miscommunication, the party started helping me plan this out until someone finally asked "Wait, why are we doing this again?" at which point my Pyromania was brought up, that person in real life and in character was like (¬_¬) and basically told my guy "No. Knock it off." at which point he could just sulk a little and then (being someone easily distracted) fixate on other things.

If this sounds bad, out of those players and characters, the annoyed had a bad break with the group, one became a demon lord NPC (if not clear from the "NPC" part, that was a bad thing =P) though he eventually also became the groups main GM, replacing the other guy when he needed a break and alternative with him when he didn't and the last guy never showed up again.

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DiploRaptor




11th Sep 2015, 12:14 PM
"Except"

Dm just made his in character choice irrelevant which again goes to my thinking that Arlong is Dm's new character with Leadership and 1 or 2 more villains will be characters made by her until she takes up Robin because... Luffy's player and Gm will be the only two that want to hang out with her still.
Leading to why Luffy pushs so hard and then the others realize that sure Dm isn't a great DM but she is there friend you know its one piece so friendship has to show up

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Foolish




12th Sep 2015, 12:17 AM

Well we know commas aren't your friend.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




12th Sep 2015, 1:35 AM

My Underhive Assassin pulled several guns on the ex-Guardsman who'd been a father figure of sorts for her to try to keep him from pledging himself body and soul to a Dark Eldar.
She didn't know what to do, and before she could decide whether to euthanize her dearest comrade or sedate him, he'd made the deal. It turned out okay though; the knife-ears resurrected his wife as promised, and he never had to do anything more than take some moderate risks for the xenos bastards, risks that we profited from in the end anyway. Restricting his authority in our organization to merely a figurehead and keeping a close eye on our friend in case he was ever coerced into leveraging his position of respect to influence others might have helped...

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