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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Sir William




2nd Nov 2016, 3:50 AM

Is there a table top equilivant of the "damn you muscle memory" trope?

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BakaGrappler




2nd Nov 2016, 4:02 AM
"Tell a Story: Switch Off DMing"

Every DM longs find himself longing to play on the other side of the screen, even if only for a little while. Sometimes, that longing comes true.

Share a tale of a time when the DM took up the role of a PC, and let someone else roll the nefarious dice behind the screen for a while.

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Bob




2nd Nov 2016, 11:05 AM

We do that all the time in our group. every weekend, we have at least two sessions where one guy plays as dm, the next day he's a pc. I haven't dm'd yet but I'm building up some ideas.

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NorthernDruid




2nd Nov 2016, 2:18 PM

Same here, we have a FATE group where GM rotates by arc, depending on who has an idea for an arc (or when the current GM is tired and needs a serious break). It works really well, in particular because of extensive world and character creation where everyone in the group was involved in setting up the world and the others' characters.

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Halosty45

Halosty45




2nd Nov 2016, 12:54 PM

Well, since the party was split, (our sneaky, sneaky wizard was off infiltrating an evil country that had just returned to the material plane), we had a battle run by the person who played the sneaky, sneaky wizard.
We always had a gmpc (Bard) with us, so the GM just gave guidelines as to what kind of classes the set of enemies we were going up against would have. Then our wizard player built them and ran the encounter. It was quite fun.
Incidentally, my character chased the last two as they fled through a gate, and has both literally and figuratively been stuck in Limbo for the past couple of real life months.

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Gueist




1st Sep 2017, 6:43 PM
"might be better, yeah. "

Honestly, Luke solution to any problem is to grapple, and it might not be the best thing to do against a fishman, underwater.
(awesome solution for everything else)

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