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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Malroth

Malroth




15th Jan 2016, 2:12 AM

This part doesn't seem as believable in a tabletop setting. Maybe if they were playing Paranoia or Wraith the players might be in the right PVP mindset but this seems to be a coop system

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Sunbeam




15th Jan 2016, 2:34 AM

I think it's just whats-his-face (johnny, I think) that's insisting on roleplaying it, and Luke is rolling with the flow because he thinks its more fun this way. Everyone else agrees with you.

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Guest




28th Aug 2017, 6:26 PM
"^Yeah, that"

that's what Corry is pointing out.

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Kale

Kale




15th Jan 2016, 3:32 PM

Depends on the group, and the circumstances. During one of the first games I was DM of the players just up and decided to start killing each other. Never was clear on the why.

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DeS_Tructive

DeS_Tructive




15th Jan 2016, 7:11 PM

Well, it's a DnD-ish system, so alignments are out there, and conflicting alignments can and should cause strife.

Luke is clearly chaotic good, while Johnny(?) is Lawful Neutral(-ish), and Nami is Chaotic Neutral or Neutral Evil (not sure on which, yet).

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BakaGrappler




15th Jan 2016, 3:56 AM
"Tell a Story: Pointless Role-Playing"

I suppose a joke can be made that ALL RP can be pointless, but do tell a story about a time when your RPing and being in character was rendered completely moot, either through violence, clarification of misunderstandings, or your plans just never happening for whatever reason.

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Raxon

Raxon




15th Jan 2016, 5:07 AM

I played a bard who was trying to earn the favor of a god of music, dance, and acting. Naturally, this required him to overeact to everything in a ridiculously over the manner.

Up to and including the point where a party member was discovered napping. I cried out that she was dead and wept and wailed miserably. When I saw her later, I fell to my knees in terror, begging her not to destroy my hustler scrolls.

The deity was not amused, and my bard died soon after.

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Otaku

Otaku




15th Jan 2016, 1:35 PM

A point can also be made that if you're participating in a role-playing game, then no role-playing is pointless. >.>

This is why some systems have to be all "carrot and stick" about it; if you're playing in an RPG and not role-playing, you might be missing the point. The only reason I say "might" is because some groups really do minimize role-playing elements while using an RPG, either because they only want a tiny bit of role-playing or because they really just want a table-top war game. ;)

Regardless, I tend to favor systems where it is never pointless anyway; either you do a good job and get a point bonus or you do a bad job and risk a penalty. XD

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