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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Kale




22nd Jul 2016, 12:04 AM

Cory is so proud, I'm sure. :D

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BakaGrappler




22nd Jul 2016, 2:57 AM
"Tell a Story: Do what? You can't do anything."

Something that became painfully obvious with Minor, Move, Standard is that people can't bear to waste any action, no matter how minor. Even when they can't actually DO anything.

Share a story about when someone couldn't do ANYTHING, and yet still did stuff.

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Sir William




22nd Jul 2016, 5:24 AM
"My first dead guy"

waaaay back in 2e I had some unholy amalgam of munchkin'd crap but didn't know exactly how everything worked, see my race had automatic psionic progression which meant he had psionic powers equal to his highest class level,
And I was stuck in a gelatinous cube (because I missed my spot check or whatever it was called by one) and I was unaware that my psionic powers were "purely mental"

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Zangevi




22nd Jul 2016, 5:42 PM

In one of my earliest forays into RPGs, my character got immobilized by the final boss. There was no way out, and the rest of the party were unable to free me without leaving themselves vulnerable. So newbie that I was I poured over the books and realized that I could still talk. When my turn came around I asked the DM if I could yell at the villain to distract him. He said ok, but I had to role play it. My ranger then proceeded to throw every insult he could think of at the villain and point out all of his mistakes. The DM felt that was sufficient to anger the sorcerer (the DM roles and failed a will save) and resulted in the sorcerer disengaging from his battle with the rest of the party which left him vulnerable when the barbarian got his AOO

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Jesse




22nd Jul 2016, 8:42 PM

"Cats are dumb! Pigs are WAY cooler pets!"

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Halosty45

Halosty45




22nd Jul 2016, 8:37 PM

Well, I have a situation of "shouldn't have been able to do anything".
In an epic d&d campaign, our spellcaster got turned into a frog by an elder titan. Naturally, without the ability to speak or make gestures, spellcasting is impossible. Except he still could anyway, by virtue of having literally all of his spells stilled and silent. So he hopped forward and killed the titan.

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Syrael




23rd Jul 2016, 2:48 PM

I've had it happen at a LARP I was new to. Not being paralysed but not being able to do anything, when a monster that was immune to normal weapons and other mundane attacks came into camp. "Okay..I'll just be over here..."

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Lina

Lina




23rd Jul 2016, 4:18 PM

We were all tied up with metal chains and had other metal around our hands to stop them from doing ANYTHING. Our hands were all chained to the two players next to us, the two ends were once chained to the ground, but one of the fighters got one end to break so we had a little bit of moving space.
Our two fighters were busy trying to attack the guards or trying to break the chain (ridiculously low rolls on both btw).
Our Rogue/Wizard should have been useless without hands: no sleight of hands, no picking locks, and the only usable spell that didn't need touch was "detect magic". Attacking in this state was more likely to damage him then anything else.
So he used his turn on just a notice roll to see if the chain had any weaknesses.
The GM, knowing that he couldn't do anything with it anyway until the fighters freed him, stated that there was click mechanism that would normally be used to attach the chain to something, but if pressed the right way could also free the person from the chains. This was probably to make it that if one person got free, it could more easily save the others, seeing as getting free required a lot of strength. It did require a bit of skill though, because it needed to be pressed just the right way.
The rogue/wizard then stated: "Well then, next turn, I try to use my feet to activate the click mechanism. I'm barefoot anyway."
The GM looked at him: "I'm not letting you use your sleight of hands skill on that, that has nothing to do with that!"
The player just casually mentions: "Nah, I understand, that should rather be acrobatics or something..."
The GM nods. "Exactly."
Turns out, the guy had a huge acrobatics bonus, and somehow exactly hit the bar the GM set for the roll (I think was 23 or something as ridiculous as that - this was a second level campaign, mind you). He got free, and basically was way more help then the fighters were in that fight. The GM still can't believe he succeeded in that - especially on his first try.

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