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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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BakaGrappler




2nd Dec 2016, 12:55 AM
"Tell a Story: Not him, the OTHER guy"

Table top gaming is rife with mistaken successes. But hey, at least the action succeeded at something, right?

Share a story about when you used a skill, attack, or tactic, that totally worked... but not on the one you intended it to.

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The Chessmaster

The Chessmaster




2nd Dec 2016, 2:59 PM

In a game I was running I had an archer who kept fumbling his attacks but recovering really well (fumble rules in this campaign are you roll to confirm just like a crit, and nat 20s on a recovery roll mean something good happens). They were trying to shoot one of several guards who was trying to kill the party. Three attacks in a row, they missed but shot one other guard, finally killing the guard on the third attack... when he was already unconscious from the second.

It was a lucky break for the rest of the guards. Not so good for that one, though.

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zomg




2nd Dec 2016, 2:00 AM

Man look at how happy Phil is. He's found something he can do.

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Guest




2nd Dec 2016, 2:12 AM

Not sure if this counts, but I once rolled a 1 to attack a mook. GM said sword flew out of my hand and rolled to see which direction. He then had me roll a straight d20 to hit. Rolled a crit on a 19. Killed the enemy wizard when my sword flew into his face.

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Guest




2nd Dec 2016, 5:35 AM

awesome

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JuicyGrey

JuicyGrey




2nd Dec 2016, 8:25 AM

Was wizard's name by the way Marvin?...

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Joe




2nd Dec 2016, 5:46 AM

Party was tasked to retrieve dwarven spirits stolen by kobolds. Attacked from small holes in the hill by kobolds who would duck away when the holes were approached. Finally get close to one just before the kobold retreats, throw a flask of oil in the hole and drop a torch inside, hoping to get that kobold. DM starts rolling dice...and doesn't stop for two minutes, occasionally checking maps throughout. Explains the highly flammable spirits just happened to be in the room that hole connected to, and the resulting conflagration set of chain reactions that just so happened to wipe out 2/3rds of the kobolds.

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Foolish




2nd Dec 2016, 9:33 AM

Last Panel-tfw you realize you could probably beat the second strongest enemy because he's an idiot XD

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The Risu




4th Dec 2016, 7:21 AM

Years ago in a home-brew D&D 3.5 game we were doing a bit of cavern-crawling. I don't remember what we were seeking, or where we were going, but at some point we were ambushed by medium-sized bug-creatures in a small room. (I also forget that monster name.) The first one charged, and- Rolled a one. It ran forward, tripped over itself, and fell flat on its face. Ha ha, clumsy lucky us! The one behind HIM rolled a two, and the third rolled another natural one, creating a frantically flailing bug pile. Finally, the fourth bug missed his attack roll but avoided the ones in front of him. ...And the fifth bug flubbed his roll with another one, slamming into the one in front of him and knocking them both over. All of us just stared at each other for a moment, almost unable to believe that this had happened. So I shrugged and set them all on fire with a nice AOE and sat back to watch the problem solve itself. They were weak to fire, by the way.

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Jack




22nd Sep 2017, 9:30 PM

'Huh, so bluff is still useful, if the enemy is an idiot'

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