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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Raxon

Raxon




30th Nov 2015, 1:36 AM

The plan is to tie Arlong up so she can put that long, sturdy, ridgid nose of his to use.

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Guest




30th Nov 2015, 4:27 PM

Then Arlong and Phil can have a swordfight with their noses.

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Hawke2544




30th Nov 2015, 1:55 AM

Anyone have any good tales of when either another player or the GM knew how one of the players would act and planned accordingly?

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BakaGrappler




30th Nov 2015, 2:10 AM
"Tell a Story: About planning AROUND the murder spree."

Barbarians. Assassins. Powergamers.

There are always people or players that can't go a game without trying to kill a lot of people unnecessarily. And a lot of them are habituated into so much so that it's taken into consideration for whatever plan the party comes up with.

Tell a story about when your group foresaw a killing spree, and used it to their advantage. With or without notifying their mass murderer about the plan beforehand.

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Guest




30th Nov 2015, 6:58 AM

I once played a super who was the epitome of a power brick.

the plans ALWAYS started the round AFTER i engaged in combat, since i was the off dps and off tank.
since he was able to survive most of the encounters (and possibly solo them) the group planed on what to do after i started being a murder hobo. oddly enough the ONE time we planned an encounter out before hand was the time i died.

and that character was a complete accident in that the rules for how he was built ended up making him a murder machine (never super stat yourself int str and con; add in melee as his main shtick and give him ambidexterity and the ability to attack twice at no penalty)

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Raxon

Raxon




30th Nov 2015, 1:14 PM

We had something like that. Think Black Mage from 8 bit theater. We told him to go the enemy, and recruit as many. Of them as he could to our side while we prepared.

To nobody's surprise, BM ended up recruiting the few survivors of his recruitment campaign to our side. We were shocked there were any survivors. They were mostly missing their lower jaws, several were missing limbs, and had parts from other races grafted on. The guy with troll testicles was... frightening. At first, we thought he had sewn extra boobs onto her, a la cat lady, but no. Those were massive ballsacks full of troll testicles. He had an insatiable appetite, and gained like thirty pounds of muscle a day until he reached 2500, and his bones imploded.

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Zangevi




1st Dec 2015, 2:11 AM

As some of you may recall, one of my Pathfinder characters is a pyromaniac Urban Ranger. He HAS to light fires otherwise he gets really stressed out (this homebrew flaw gives me penalties to attacks, will saves, and skill checks if he doesn't torch something once a day). At any rate, we'd been captured and held in a cell for a few days so my ranger was on edge and needed his fix. When we got free the group, who knew how I liked to role play this character as accurately as possible, grabbed their gear and immediately fled the mansion we were being held, leaving me behind knowing I was about to do something incredibly stupid and dangerous. As he'd not been allowed to light anything on fire in days I figured my ranger would want to do something spectacular, so I snuck from room to room, using the chaos of the group's escape planting incendiary devices and dousing stuff in oil. When our captors decided that chasing after my friends was too much trouble they headed deep into the mansion to discuss their next move only to discover that everything was wet and sticky. Anyone that made it out of the fire was quickly cut down by the rest of the party who were watching the exits. As for my ranger... Well, he was laughing maniacally.

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BakaGrappler




30th Nov 2015, 2:13 AM

In other considerations, Usopp is going to need to make some really great bluff checks when Nami does her thing soon. Probably with some note passing as well.

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Ed




30th Nov 2015, 1:02 PM

Wow, now I think about it, in the actual manga Zoro was literally a murder-hobo before joining Luffy's crew.

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