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Page 825 - "The real one this time" in Cocoyashi Village
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Page 825 - "The real one this time"


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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer



4th Apr 2016, 12:00 AM

YAYZ! Today marks the fifth year anniversary for this webcomic! That's right, it's been five years since I posted the very first page of Grand Line 3.5 on Drunk Duck. XD

Okay, serious discussion time. I've been holding off on doing this for a while now, but I've been considering starting up a Patreon, not just for this webcomic, but for my Youtube channel and for The Legendary Pixel Crew. Think I should go for it?

If I do, in fact, start up a Patreon, what kind of milestone rewards would you like to see on it?

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The Chessmaster

The Chessmaster




4th Apr 2016, 2:00 AM

Happy fifth! And here's to many more!

For storytime... tell a story about spectacularly forgetting something important.

To start, I once had a player who tried to justify their habit of forgetting important plot details by giving their character ADHD. Interestingly enough, they ended up being the one who best remembered the plots. Then, one day, the party accidentally let a doomsday-prophecy artifact fall into the hands of an enemy... and then just went back to wandering around looking for random encounters. They have not even mentioned that session since, and continue to do random work, not remembering the whole "end of the world as we know it" thing.

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Lionman9

Lionman9




4th Apr 2016, 3:50 AM

Not the players but the DM. After completing an extremely hard high level dungeon crawl in a castle inhabited by some VERY difficult monsters, our party had given the mcguffin that we were asked to get from it to the being that sent us there. mission accomplished.

After a couple of minor quests the group didn't meet for about half a year due to the DM having some nasty medical problems come up but after that it was back to business as usual. Soon after starting up again we decided to retire all our old characters and use the children of them as our new ones. These super powered babies were trained but all low-leveled, so that kept the campaign fresh.

Two years later the DM remembers the dungeon crawl that we did before his accident and realized that some major stuff was supposed to happen after that quest that he had completely forgotten about. He then proceeded to have our new characters return to that castle we got the stone from and find the person we gave it to guarding it with some rather, embarrassing, requests to help him rebuild the defenses of the castle.

And that is the story of how my DM completely forgot that he had started running the Apocalypse Stone.

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XicoFelipe

XicoFelipe




4th Apr 2016, 6:43 AM
"Bad communication skills"

We were playing 3D&T and I was a half-demon ninja cop (long story, mostly about me not knowing the setting of the game beforehand). So we found this weird note in a mansion. Among a bunch of stuff we couldn't read there was a cryptic message and the GM said "it's up to you to DECIPHER that" and we were like "ok, we will figure it out eventually" and moved on, not knowing that since I had the full Investigation set I could decipher the rest of the note...

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nathan400

nathan400




4th Apr 2016, 8:22 AM

Patreon's are generally a good idea. Don't be greedy with it is about he only real rule.

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TippyToe Zombie




4th Apr 2016, 9:24 AM

I'd say go for it for the patreon thing. I can only think of one reward and that's choosing what impersonation GM or DM do for a certain character.

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Raxon

Raxon




4th Apr 2016, 3:35 PM

How about a striptease for a reward?

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Apostate




5th Apr 2016, 7:52 PM

Congratulation for the year 5, maybe the year 10 we can see Luffy in Grand Line.

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