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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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*Sigh*




21st Dec 2015, 2:33 AM

Well that's literally a direction I never thought would have been coming, does anyone even have a storytime for when you played as an inanimate object?

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2Cool4Skool




21st Dec 2015, 3:01 AM

There was the time where I was turned into a chair for half a game. I still had the ability to see and talk, so at one point, my teammates used me to spy inside a building to help guard a treasure as a sidequest. I conviced the theif I was a ghost for long enough for my teammates to get in and beat his ass. That was fun.

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2Cool4Skool




21st Dec 2015, 3:02 AM

There was the time where I was turned into a chair for half a game. I still had the ability to see and talk, so at one point, my teammates used me to spy inside a building to help guard a treasure as a sidequest. I conviced the theif I was a ghost for long enough for my teammates to get in and beat his ass. That was fun.

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2Cool4Skool




21st Dec 2015, 3:02 AM

There was the time where I was turned into a chair for half a game. I still had the ability to see and talk, so at one point, my teammates used me to spy inside a building to help guard a treasure as a sidequest. I conviced the theif I was a ghost for long enough for my teammates to get in and beat his ass. That was fun.

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2Cool4Skool




21st Dec 2015, 3:02 AM

There was the time where I was turned into a chair for half a game. I still had the ability to see and talk, so at one point, my teammates used me to spy inside a building to help guard a treasure as a sidequest. I conviced the theif I was a ghost for long enough for my teammates to get in and beat his ass. That was fun.

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2Cool4Skool




21st Dec 2015, 3:02 AM

There was the time where I was turned into a chair for half a game. I still had the ability to see and talk, so at one point, my teammates used me to spy inside a building to help guard a treasure as a sidequest. I conviced the theif I was a ghost for long enough for my teammates to get in and beat his ass. That was fun.

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2Cool4Skool




21st Dec 2015, 3:02 AM

There was the time where I was turned into a chair for half a game. I still had the ability to see and talk, so at one point, my teammates used me to spy inside a building to help guard a treasure as a sidequest. I conviced the theif I was a ghost for long enough for my teammates to get in and beat his ass. That was fun.

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2Cool4Skool




21st Dec 2015, 3:02 AM

There was the time where I was turned into a chair for half a game. I still had the ability to see and talk, so at one point, my teammates used me to spy inside a building to help guard a treasure as a sidequest. I conviced the theif I was a ghost for long enough for my teammates to get in and beat his ass. That was fun.

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2Cool4Skool




21st Dec 2015, 3:02 AM

There was the time where I was turned into a chair for half a game. I still had the ability to see and talk, so at one point, my teammates used me to spy inside a building to help guard a treasure as a sidequest. I conviced the theif I was a ghost for long enough for my teammates to get in and beat his ass. That was fun.

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2Cool4Skool




21st Dec 2015, 3:02 AM

There was the time where I was turned into a chair for half a game. I still had the ability to see and talk, so at one point, my teammates used me to spy inside a building to help guard a treasure as a sidequest. I conviced the theif I was a ghost for long enough for my teammates to get in and beat his ass. That was fun.

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QuarianRogue




21st Dec 2015, 3:24 AM

CCCCOMBO BREAKER!

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




21st Dec 2015, 3:41 AM

By the Emperor, eight duplicates, nine counting the first.
"If at first you don't succeed, try, try again," isn't really the best advice when it comes to clicking 'Post the comment'

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Luminous Lead




21st Dec 2015, 10:47 AM

Seems like he was a chair quite a few times!

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sidhe3141




21st Dec 2015, 6:30 PM

Just three more and we've got a classic film!

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2Cool4Skool




23rd Dec 2015, 5:11 AM
"Sorry"

I did not know that would happen if I pressed the button multiple times.

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Guest




21st Dec 2015, 4:12 AM

Player in one our campaigns played a sentient floating magic lantern. Thing had all kinds of light related magic abilities. Can't remember what the thing's class was.

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Tatsurou

Tatsurou




21st Dec 2015, 4:16 PM

Well, my first experience in D&D, I didn't know how to play, but I loved roleplay. One of the PCs had just gotten an enchanted sword that talked, so the DM offered to let me roleplay the sword. In order to encourage the player not to sell the sword to get rid of my talking as I got used to it, the DM tweaked it so the sword would grow in strength over time. The only instruction the DM gave me was, "Be sassy." So I decided to go for an irritable Scotsman.

...by the end of the first session, I'd made seven enemies laugh themselves to death, or so the DM ruled he was laughing so hard at times.

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GLWgameplayer




23rd Dec 2015, 6:42 PM
"ghost mecha"

my character was a mech pilot and died in an epic battle against the enemy. for a while nothing special happened and I roleplayed as my previous characters brother. but eventually He realized the mecha was haunted by my previous character. for the most part it was just a cool story element but whenever I rolled very low or high the reason would be the ghost messing with the mech. After I rolled several 20's we came to the conclusion that the ghost was practically a co-pilot steering his brother along in the way of war. he never talked but he was one of the most influential characters in the campaign.

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Bluejay Blaze




10th Jan 2016, 4:59 PM

I once spent a campaign playing as the barbarian's sentient enchanted axe. It was interesting. The DM ruled that I had the ability to overpower weak willed creatures, so I could posses zombies and stuff if they picked me up.

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Guest




2nd Mar 2017, 5:30 PM
"Bored"

I played a magic/cursed ring which really wanted to be worn by somebody. In my defense I was rather bored as my character had been turned to stone.

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Quoz




21st Dec 2015, 7:17 AM

No, but might now. That's a huge amount of disadvantages for a Gurps character.

...On second thought, that would likely involve Gurps Vehicles. I think I'll go make a 10-armed grappler instead. it would be easier.

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Lina

Lina




21st Dec 2015, 7:29 AM
"This is gonna be awsome"

I so hope that usopp is also going to have the greatest bond with her here, and not Nami.
But even if he isn't, this is going to be so nice!

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Zaerosz

Zaerosz




21st Dec 2015, 6:54 PM

...which would be hilarious in retrospect, since she's currently being represented by Kaya.

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Kaze Koichi




21st Dec 2015, 8:44 AM

Tenchi Muyo reference? You are old.

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Neon Vincent




22nd Dec 2015, 9:43 PM
""Tenchi Muyo reference? You are old.""

Or has respect for anime history. Besides, you find a better example from a recent anime. As good, maybe. Better, I strongly doubt it.

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Foolish




21st Dec 2015, 10:44 AM

Does this mean whenever the ship is attacked or needs to maneuver, Rika has to roll in tandem with the other player actions?

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KefkaesqueXIII




21st Dec 2015, 1:56 PM

Maybe it'll work that Rika has the ability to fix/overrule any bad rolls/decisions that the party makes in regards to sailing/ship-combat.

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Raxon

Raxon




21st Dec 2015, 11:42 PM

I think her presence would present a significant bonus to any maneuvering checks.

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Crazy Lou




21st Dec 2015, 11:29 AM

Oh man. I hope we get to see the uh... inevitable conclusion to this. Love the twist.

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Keirgo




21st Dec 2015, 2:59 PM
"You clever writer you."

So I was trawling through the comic's archives, enjoying the Syrup village arc again when I ran into the part where they GET the Going Merry.

http://www.theduckwebcomics.com/One_Piece_Grand_Line_3_point_5/5430199/

Look at that race listing.

Well played. Well played.

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QuarianRogue




21st Dec 2015, 7:15 PM

That's some magnificent bastardry right there. Bravo.

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Jenerix525




21st Dec 2015, 8:51 PM

Take a moment to ignore the race listing, check out the author's comment.

...
Or read down to the comment that saw this coming over two years ago.

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Zangevi




21st Dec 2015, 9:13 PM

Just like Oda never forgets, apparently neither does DT

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Ed




21st Dec 2015, 9:31 PM
"Tiny Typo"

In the explanation, "Sailer" should be "Sailor."
Thanks, DT, you do great work.

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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer




22nd Dec 2015, 1:24 AM

Ah, friggin'... *mumble* *grumble*

Thanks for pointing out that typo! ^_^

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Daevin




22nd Dec 2015, 2:43 AM
"Vehicle as a party member? Sure, we did that BEFORE it became cool..."

A friend of mine once played the (depressed AI of the) spaceship our party was using. He actually pulled it of pretty believably.

I kind of miss all those emo poems about black holes all screensavers on board eventually reverted to whenever it felt down - which was basically always.

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Spare Parts




22nd Dec 2015, 12:44 PM
"surprise player"

That one time we had a new player who had never played before join our ongoing scifi campaign. With no time to create a new character he took control of one of our tech-guy's shield drones, which spontaneously gained contiousness. So he now was a floating metal orb with no real way to communicate except flying patterns. The tech guy then installed a display so he could write messages containing no more than 3 words. He actually went through some fun stuff discovering what it meant to exist and all that.

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zomg




22nd Dec 2015, 9:58 PM

I once played as a severed animated hand. I gave him the mentality of a kitten. It was fun. He could telepathically communicate with people if he could touch them.

That's probably the closest I've gotten.

Once in a changeling the lost campaign, I played a shapeshifting changeling that had exactly seven shapes, each one of the seven sins. I never got to try out greed but the rest was fun. Anyway, he could instantly change between them when noone was looking. They all had distinct personalities to, and he wasn't really aware himself that they were all one person suffering from a supernaturally charged case of multiple personality disorder. He could talk with his other personalities trough mirrors.

It was basically like playing seven characters at once.

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NecroLeprechaun




24th Dec 2015, 4:04 PM

I've played a dual personality character before. Leprechaun twins, a Bard and a Barbarian with a shape shifting gold greatsword/fiddle. I had the hardest time not using both of them equally. I can't imagine playing seven.

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NecroLeprechaun




24th Dec 2015, 4:13 PM

Well, using them equally, I mean.

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XicoFelipe




24th Mar 2016, 5:15 PM
"Suddenly I remember Merry's "burial""

It will take a while to get there, but I guess you can only delay the pain for so long.

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Brax




14th Jun 2016, 6:16 PM

I had a living table named Buford with googly eyes glued to him. I moved with wheels on my legs and gained momentum with a grappling hook attached to me I could fire at-will. I gained angelic and demonic powers by selling my non-existant table soul.

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