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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer



30th Sep 2015, 12:00 AM

Click here for Let's Play Life is Strange Ep4: Dark Room - Part 5

Share a story about a time when you or someone else did not necessarily ruin a well thought-out plan, but still somehow took the fun out of it.

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Fire Hazard




30th Sep 2015, 1:35 AM

You don't get to tell us what stories to share. We had a deal.

Tell a story about when the GM told you to do something, so you promptly fucked off and did something else.

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Fire Hazard




30th Sep 2015, 1:35 AM

You don't get to tell us what stories to share. We had a deal.

Tell a story about when the GM told you to do something, so you promptly fucked off and did something else.

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Fire Hazard




30th Sep 2015, 1:35 AM

You don't get to tell us what stories to share. We had a deal.

Tell a story about when the GM told you to do something, so you promptly fucked off and did something else.

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Fire Hazard




30th Sep 2015, 1:36 AM

Whoops.

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BakaGrappler




30th Sep 2015, 1:50 AM
"Tell a Story: About the Joy Kill."

Out of deference to DT, I'M not gonna flip him the bird just to be contrary.

You have all had it happen. Be it a Micro-Manager, a My-Way-IIs-Bester, or a Been-There-Done-Thater, we've all had someone suck the living joy out of a surprise we had going. Even if someone just arrogantly said, "Called it," it's happened.

Share a story about a time when you or someone else did not necessarily ruin a well thought-out plan, but still somehow took the fun out of it.

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DiploRaptor




30th Sep 2015, 2:26 AM
"Rawr"

I think the best one was there the rakasha with telepathy ruined the thief's plan to sneak into a fortress by just knowing the codes rather then following a caravan into the city to learn the codes

Also what programs do you use to make your comics?

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Zangevi




30th Sep 2015, 11:12 AM

Our group had been tasked to prevent a courier from delivering poison to the city's water source. Given the stakes we came up with a plan with multiple levels of redundancy. The cleric and rogue were assigned to guard the two entrances to the aquifer. The wizard and my ranger were in position to snipe the courier well before he got close. Finally, the barbarian was our last line of defense. If the courier got past everyone else he'd only do so after taking enough damage for the barbarian to kill him out right. At any rate while we were coming up with this plan the barbarian asks the GM if anyone is watching us. Long story short, one spot check and a tackle later and our plan is defunct, the courier has several broken bones, and the barbarian is laughing his ass off for being the only one to wonder if we were being watched.

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Altessia




30th Sep 2015, 12:06 PM

"I'm gonna be the hero this time! Guys, I got this." And then a third of the jailed party burst free on their own anyways. The bard still got to talk and desperation his way through the guards to the rest, but the ones he had really wanted to show his use to were already gone and he seemed a bit unhappy the whole time.

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Raxon

Raxon




30th Sep 2015, 12:34 PM

There was this one time where everyone was gearing up for the big fight, but then the DM's little sister walked up to the dragon and asked politely for the magical gauntlet. She got it. Sighs.

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Bigger Raxon




30th Sep 2015, 1:37 PM

Please tell me it at was at least a diplomacy check.

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terrycloth




30th Sep 2015, 1:58 PM

Giant Dragon statted to solo the party: "I hate my master, but I have sworn an oath. I will prevent you from taking the magical McGuffins from this room by any means necessary."

Oracle: "Okay... how about if in return for leaving them here, you come with us and kill your master? Since you hate him and all."

Dragon: "... okay."

Not only did it mean we didn't get to fight the dragon, but it made the rest of the dungeon kind of a farce.


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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




30th Sep 2015, 6:02 PM

Walking up to a dragon and simply asking for a share of its treasure is pretty gutsy. I'm actually impressed.

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Raxon

Raxon




30th Sep 2015, 10:19 PM

No check, he just bent over backwards for her, to the detriment of everything.

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*Sigh*




30th Sep 2015, 11:04 PM

Along this train of thought, what is the opinion of a dragon guarding someone else's hoard? I ask because I have this one young dragon that was tasked by a wizard he knew to guard some loot until worthy adventurers come to earn it. Is that something that would be considered out of character for a dragon to do?

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Zangevi




1st Oct 2015, 9:30 PM

That depends, is the dragon metallic, chromatic, or one of the other dozen or so types?

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Catprog




3rd Oct 2015, 8:15 AM

Is the dragon keeping a share of the treasure?

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




30th Sep 2015, 6:05 PM

I took the joy out of my own plan.
There was a PvP duel, you see, and I have a fairly optimized build. The other guy didn't even get to take his first turn, as I jetpacked over his head and shot him 8 times in the back with armor-piercing rounds.

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Super_Big_Mac




14th Oct 2015, 8:12 PM
"Side story boss, aka "One shot one shots""

Our last session was down our fighter, paladin, and ranger, so we had just my Rogue, and the witch from the Party. We also had the Witch's talking familiar, and my character's 1/2 DMPC girlfriend, a weather ranger.

Our Witch is hex heavy, and Spell light, so at this point (after turning a fire at the gulf house into a sleet tornado), she was down to Slumber and Flurry of Snowballs (iirc). None of the imps seemed keen on sleeping, so they were almost always one or two shot by me and the DMPC (there were many imp jokes made that day, from imp-kebabs to imp-erfection). And then we hit the final boss, a Bearded Devil. It has Greater Teleport at Will. The DM's plan had been that we'd beat it silly, and it'd flee, even if it only held at 1hp because of DM fiat. But then it failed it's will save against Slumber, and I confirmed crit coup de graced it, killing it in the surprise round, no chance for it to get away.

The witch then ripped out its heart with her bare hooves, giggling as she searched the room for more alchemical supplies. It was a great moment for us, and it was revealed that we now have complete advantage over this arc's villain, as he has no idea we're coming. Mwahahahaha!

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