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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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BakaGrappler




4th Jan 2016, 2:00 AM
"Tell a Story: Necessary Buffing"

Sometimes the monsters in the book just aren't right for the fights you have in mind. Especially if the players are total twinks or if you have a running theme in your games.

Tell a story about monsters or enemies that had just that little extra tweaking to suit the game.

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Rzz




4th Jan 2016, 3:44 AM
"Ragnarök Snake"

Not too long ago, I felt like sending a a giant-ass snake at my players, because giant reptiles are classics. To avoid being too cliche, I made the Gargantuan snake into a two-headed, lightning-breathing, half-dragon Gargantuan snake. Ah, memories...

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CrowMagnon




4th Jan 2016, 10:04 AM

The group I'm playing Carrion Crown with had entered a ruined town that was full of lich-worshipping cultists and demonic werewolves. We were systematically exploring the town, searching buildings when AHH!!! One of us gets our leg caught in a bear trap!

That's when we got ambushed by a custom enemy our GM had created, the Actual Cannibal. Specifically, this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o0u4M6vppCI

It was glorious.

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Radioactive Sloth Cake




4th Jan 2016, 10:19 AM

That may be the most amazing thing I've ever heard.

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GLWgameplayer




4th Jan 2016, 6:04 PM
"fortress of the gods"

we were going after one of the generals of the enemy army who used a mech called Asguard. it had a reputation as the fortress of the gods due to it's incredible defensive power. He found another enemy to use as a base and fiddled with it until it had powerful barriers and enough HP to withstand our assault for well over 8 turns each. then our hacker disabled the shields and t only lasted 3 more turns afterwards

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Bluejay Blaze




10th Jan 2016, 5:26 PM

I have a player who likes to play really weird paladin builds. Like, she managed to build a paladin that specialized in stealth, pick-pocketing, and such. I'm constantly having to buff any undead monsters she encounters ever since, as a level one, she snuck up on a level ten boss skeleton and vapourized it.

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Malroth

Malroth




4th Jan 2016, 3:13 AM

Thus Island eating "Sea Kings" are born by taking ordinary CR appropiate encounters, Adding every template in the book then giving full caster levels to. This makes the ancient superweapon designed to control them go from minor flavorful loot appropiate for a lv 5 character to world altering artifact that drives the plot.

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sidhe3141




4th Jan 2016, 6:26 PM

Sounds like Snuggles the Death Kitty.

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Raxon

Raxon




4th Jan 2016, 3:57 AM

Old racconan proverb:

Never try to ride anything that would consider you bite sized.

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Kaze Koichi




4th Jan 2016, 9:36 AM

Don't worry, Gordon. You can always use Tarasque.

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Malroth

Malroth




4th Jan 2016, 2:08 PM

Tarasque is the worst example of this, I've seen a valid build that can kill the tarasque at lv 1 though he needs 47 friends to poke it's unconscious body with a stick to get any XP out of the fight.

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AlexHurlbut




4th Jan 2016, 3:02 PM

That grin on Sanji character, I can't tell if it's amusement or a WTF one.

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Ged




5th Jan 2016, 1:12 AM

The first boss I ever made in a campaign was taken down in one round by the party, I ended up giving him more health until I felt the fight was long enough. Thanks to quite a few critical hits from the players he ended up with around a total of 70 health.

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Disloyal Subject

Disloyal Subject




5th Jan 2016, 8:00 PM

The first boss I ever made was never reached, but the first one in my current campaign was already locked in a magic circle and helpless to fight back. They coup de grâced it after the huge fight with its wall-to-wall swarms of controlled rats.
The second one, though, was a skeleton with 8 levels in Fighter and 3 in Rogue, bones that had a magical +2 armor enchantment, and a sword as big as itself. Against a level 3 party of four.
They still won, in a stand-up fight no less. The Monk nearly died from being gutted, and the Druid had the flesh ripped off his ribs by a crushing hit, but no one died.

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joe




5th Jan 2016, 5:17 AM

Soo if sanji is going to stay as the GM's character that makes his mister prince persona into a convenient deus ex machina the GM can use whenever he's A) accidentally thrown too much at the charachters, B) He can't think of a better way to progress to the next plot point, or C) the charachters unwittingly make stupid obvious mistakes and need rescuing.

and if sanji becomes a PC whoever is playing as him is basically a mind reader who understands the GM well enough to guess what kinds of obscure escape paths GM would have written into the game.

I really hope sanji becomes a PC because I would just love for the GM to have someone come along that can truly appreciate his work.

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Joe the Rat




5th Jan 2016, 9:38 AM

So by that reasoning, the best person to take over Sanji from the GM... is DM.

That would be cool, except with the amount of party-splitting that goes on in One Piece, they'll need MORE Game masters before we're through.

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joe




5th Jan 2016, 6:39 PM

Nah it'd probably have to be a new character. DM seems pretty well set up to take over for nami as a PC which will be interesting in it's own way because she seems to be legendary as a cruel game master and now will willingly become a player

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Jarimor




5th Jan 2016, 9:13 PM

I once made a half-dragon Lizardfolk (blue) Evocationist Lich for a level 10(?) party to deal with.

He was CR 14, and took the sneak attack that was the rouge's MAXIMIZED FIREBALL level of damage twice (i love pathfinder so much...) from surprise round and the Lich STILL dropped the PARTY to half hit points.

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kokuou




5th Jan 2016, 9:33 PM

lich are undead, undead are immune to sneak attack damage. unless they had a special widgit that lets them crit/sneak attack undead it probably should have murdered them all.

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Erathia




5th Jan 2016, 9:53 PM

Not in Pathfinder they're not. Undead are immune to things requiring Fortitude saves, but are still just as vulnerable to being stabbed in a generically defined "weak point" as a living person.

It's a pleasant surprise for people who still make Knowledge rolls to learn about enemies rather than a built-in memorized knowledge of 3.5 monsters.

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