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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Malroth

Malroth




25th Nov 2015, 12:21 AM

Don't knock out your guide and take his stuff until you have a safe location to put the stuff you take, otherwise you just look dumb.

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CrowMagnon




25th Nov 2015, 10:15 AM

Especially if you're the guy who needs to roll d100 to find the bathroom.

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BakaGrappler




25th Nov 2015, 5:33 AM
"Tell a Story: "You were where again?""

The first rule of adventuring: Never split the party.

The second rule of adventuring: Know where your guys are when you eventually split the party even though you know it's a terrible idea.

Tell a story about how things hit the fan for at least one member of the group when you split up, and your characters had no idea where everyone else had got to.

Yes, stories about Rogues sneaking off on their own are valid.

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Bluejay Blaze




25th Nov 2015, 10:53 AM

In my very first dungeon crawl, I was the one to split off from the party. Level one dwarven fighter with extremely low intelligence. Luckily, I had lots of HP.

Not long after I was out of sight of the others, I set off a falling portcullis trap. It missed me, but blocked my route back. I then stumbled into what appeared to be the goblin cafeteria. About 20 goblins were currently on lunch break.

Basically, I fumbled my way through an encounter that was build for four characters on my own. I survived, and got lots of exp, but my HP was near zero and my axe broke. The party found me there eating weird goblin cheese while I waited for time to heal me a bit. The cleric bashed me over the head with her staff, knocking me unconscious, before she would consent to healing me. I think it was her way of telling me to never do that again.

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Kaze Koichi




25th Nov 2015, 11:13 AM

You mean the story about how the half of my party entered a portal on the moon and the rest of us haven't hear of them for weeks? A story about how our captain instead of doing something about this went on vacation? A story about how I decided to summon a devil to re-open a portal and follow the first part of the group, and a devil demanded human sucrifice, so I lured some poor NPC of a crew to be brutally murdered? A story about how all of them probably very sucpisious of me now after their crewman disappeared and I came from a portal with a devil?

I believe, I have told this story already.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




26th Nov 2015, 2:06 AM

Doesn't sound familiar.

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Joe the Rat




25th Nov 2015, 11:26 AM

The Rogue sneaking off on his own is a recurring theme. He can do it anywhere. In a city (losing party hirelings)... In dungeons (bringing a swarm of stirges, or getting beat up by the dungeon boss), on a boat on a lake (where he acquired a fey STD)...

The party is considering getting a leash.

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Inbetweenaction




25th Nov 2015, 4:18 PM

reminds me of the time our unlucky party member decided that it was time to start rolling GOOD rolls. Guy had had a rough few games, DM being a hardass and decided to break his gear just for laughs (while refusing to give us any loot or money to buy new gear with, leaving us to poor to even buying rations (but still increasing enemy cr as if we had lv appropriate gear), he had ALL the fumbles, and having a poor grasp of game mechanics, resulting in dumb mistakes.

But fair enough, he did rollplay his chars action fairly realistic when the hot girl in the forest wanted to kiss him. no, not a nymp/dryad, our dm was to much of an ass. Succubus. for a lv 2-3 warrior... and thus, the level drain began... except it didn't. the guy kept critting his saves, eventually resulting in a "he ought to have come by now" discussion in the group, and the party essentially strongarming our dm into giving him the succubus as a girlfriend, with a promise that as soon he was a lv where he could legit take leadership, he would be allowed to have her as a minion...

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Cat




26th Nov 2015, 1:46 AM
"Let's split the Party"

"Well. There's three doors and three of us. Obviously, we should split up."

The necromancer ends up in a massive crypt with dozens of coffins. He takes out the three guards with one spell before the golem comes to life and the zombies pop out of the coffins. The golem can restore hit points by eating the zombies, but it cannot fir through the door. Necromancer steps through the doorway, leaving the golem in the way of the zombies. He uses a cantrip that deals damage and prevents it from healing.

The monk is in a vast pool of water with several pillars sticking out of the water. The pool is filled with piranha. She jumps around on the pillars and kamehamehas them into chum.

The paladin gets his ass handed to him by the mimic that all three of us were supposed to face together.

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Zaerosz

Zaerosz




25th Nov 2015, 6:18 PM

And in my watching of the dub, I have finally overtaken this comic as of last night. The Funimation dub is really good, honestly, better than I expected.

EDIT: Two hours or so after I posted that, Kissanime essentially got canned. Fan-fucking-tastic.

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Kira




26th Nov 2015, 4:02 AM
"Try"

Try EyeOnAnime it's the site i use

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




26th Nov 2015, 9:10 AM

I believe Crunchyroll has the whole thing. For a while it seemed to have a bug where it wasn't playing ads if I watched on PC rather than mobile, too.

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Zanerith




26th Nov 2015, 12:32 PM

Ah yes, splitting the party. I was in a group who was playing the Pathfinder adventure path Jade Regent. At one point we were in an old temple in the woods and I decided to scout ahead, being a ninja I figured I'd be fine. The monk, in her infinite wisdom decided to come too.

All went fine, until a mohrg dropped on us. And then another. And then another. That encounter ended with the monk and I paralyzed and the paladin smashing his way through screens and then him and the sorcerer blasting some mohrg face. I very rarely split from the part these days.

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