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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Guest




19th Dec 2016, 1:09 AM
"I Thought I Was Helping."

Spin a yarn about that one time someone's plan had the opposite effect because we know Zoro is about to take some falling damage

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Guest




19th Dec 2016, 8:04 AM

This comic reminds me of something that happened in one of my games. We had just freed three captives from the vampire queen's castle, but our sorceress didn't trust them (being the only one who rolled above a 3 on sense motive) and decided to follow them using spiderclimb and invisibility. Sure enough they were vampires, so she uses a spell to switch places with an ally to warn us of the threat. She picks the fighter who with no ability to stay on the ceiling crashes to the ground; injured,prone, alone, and in the middle of 3 hungry vampires.

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DeS_Tructive

DeS_Tructive




19th Dec 2016, 9:20 AM

I don't think Zoro will take falling damage. Luffy's trajectory looks like he's heading back for the pool. If they swap places, Zoro should land in there.

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Otaku

Otaku




19th Dec 2016, 11:33 AM
"Don't Whistle While You Work"

In an effort to promote better role-playing, some in our group had taken some background skills. They weren't at super high levels, but enough to show that individual probably enjoyed and participated in an activity a lot.

Due to the particulars of the system, "Singing" seemed like a good fit; no need to invest in particular equipment and he could have a decent score for it with a minimal investment. So shortly after joining the group, I had him start singing to himself while we (the party) were walking near the woods. A few of the other players decided their characters would join in and naturally... this attracted enemy encounters. Oops.

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Heckler




19th Dec 2016, 8:55 PM

I was playing a 4e game with some newer players and took a pure healer so as to allow the others to play as they wanted to. We had been chased into a dungeon by a group of skeletons, with only a blocked door between us and them about to be busted down and the only way to go is forward, down a long flight of stairs. So I tripped our Goliath ranger(who had gotten his upper body stuck in a large barrel full of spiders), and encouraged the rest of the group to use him as a sled to expedite our descent. So there we were sledding down the dungeon stairs on a Goliath, we ended up rocketing through a room full of more skeletons, mowing them down and killing them intantly, before being propelled off a ledge into a large chamber. The math geeks of the group(almost all of them) actually calculated our approximate speed and follow far we fell and concluded that, realistically, we would not be able to survive the fall no matter how much we tried to prevent fall damage. That is how my dumb ass got a whole party wiped.

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XicoFelipe

XicoFelipe




20th Dec 2016, 6:54 AM

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/StopHelpingMe

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The Chessmaster

The Chessmaster




20th Dec 2016, 9:58 PM

The party fighter was leading a group of melee combatants in a fight against a mage.

The mage opened with confusion, which basically makes all targets in an area behave randomly for a short time. The mage couldn't hit the entire enemy side without including herself in the blast, but she reasoned she stood a better chance of resisting it than a bunch of people with poor will saves.

Literally everyone failed, and the battle was determined almost entirely by rolling people's actions randomly. Usually, this results in people standing still, charging the nearest person (friend or foe) and hitting them in melee, or running away from someone.

The mage had basically no hitpoints or power in melee, and was summarily defeated in the funniest boss fight of the entire campaign.

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Guest




19th Dec 2016, 1:10 AM

Panel 4: "Luffy was freed a earlier than expected..."

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Xander




19th Dec 2016, 1:40 AM

He should switch with Arlong.

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Otaku

Otaku




19th Dec 2016, 11:37 AM

While hilarious, it would probably backfire horribly. Arlong would at worst take some falling damage (and probably not even that) before then using the water to make a sneak attack.

Or something like that; I'm not even talking in RPG terms, just thinking about how it would likely go down.

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TB Tabby




19th Dec 2016, 1:43 AM
""RPG Therapy""

Sorry if I'm violating any unwritten rules of conduct. I'm a newcomer who found this comic through TV Tropes and doesn't play tabletop RPGs, but loves One Piece. One thing I noticed while I was doing so was that Nat's backstory of being forced to play with a bunch of jerks seems to parallel with Nami's backstory of being forced to work for Arlong. I suspect that this map was designed by GM and DM to help Nat (and GM, if he really is Gordon) get over past traumas. I even thought it could make for a good Storytime topic: Tell us about a time someone used an RPG to work through real-world trauma, either as a GM or a player.

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Tempest Fennac




19th Dec 2016, 2:50 AM

I'm not familiar with one Piece (I checked this comic out due to the Friendship is Dragons filler comics the author made) but that's an interesting theory (it seems like the whole quest was included due to Nami's ridiculously huge backstory so there is a chance that her player was thinking about the previous group when she wrote it).

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Lina

Lina




19th Dec 2016, 5:06 AM
"Punch your boss! "

It's part off our group mentality.
You hate your boss/collegae/classmate/random person? *Poof* That person is now a goblin in the next attack, so you can rage and punch him all you want! It even helps doing the right thing!

Oh, your father just crawled right under your skin? Now he is that extremely ugly person over there so you can make legitimately make fun off him and blow of some steam!

It's surprising how good it works!

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dylaxius




19th Dec 2016, 4:12 PM
"Probably"

A someone who's watched the show, i'm almost 100% sure that's what the intention was.

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Poker




16th Nov 2017, 6:07 PM

I think so. they probably noticed that she seemed down during the don krieg session, and decided to make something for her. i can figure them doing something like this.
GM pay attention to what the players at the table are looking for, and DM might play PC killer character, but it was inted when luke told how he met her that she do care about what happen to a player. (that might be the reason why Cory, Luke, and GM did'nt seem to resent her too much).

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