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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Solokov




21st Dec 2016, 12:59 AM

Misread that as "glonk".... honestly not sure which onomatopoeia sounds better in my head...

What noise should be made when a rubber boy headbutts a sharkman anyway?

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nathan400

nathan400




21st Dec 2016, 1:13 AM

I'd say a mix between a watermelon shaming into the ground and two coconuts banging together (whole ones, not empty halves).

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Jake




21st Dec 2016, 1:52 AM
""But I don't wanna use my head!""

Aaaahh, the headbutt. A staple among many brawlers and bar fighters when it comes to a scrap that has no holds barred when it comes to the conditions of winning.

Tell a story about how your or someone else's character ended up making a attack, on purpose mind you, that would probably be seen as a pretty low blow. Literal or otherwise.

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XicoFelipe




21st Dec 2016, 8:53 AM

We were being beaten by this boss in particular. I was the last one standing and very low on hit points. She was also in bad shape, but still better than me. So the plan went as follows:
Me: Step 1: Grapple
GM: Well, you managed to immobilize her. But with no one else to attack there is nothing you (or she) can do.
Me: Hey, did I mention I got a second use of Sacred Flames per day since I level up ten minutes ago? =D
So I literally just held her for a few turns while she slowly burned alive. We had a lengthy discussion about character alignment afterwards.

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Inbetweenbooks




21st Dec 2016, 10:12 AM

it was the christian thing to do... she was clearly a witch, and it would have been mean to leave her to die a painful death alone, with noone by her side...

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Elianisthebrave




21st Dec 2016, 11:21 AM
"the legend of Michael Balashov "Woof-Man Hed-Banga""

i had a rpoblem with keeping to a system for a while, so i just switched my players from setting to setting, at first we were playing Werewolf the Appocalyps and we started to notice something, one of our players was especilally deadly when giving headbutts. The first time it happen was when he one-shoted the player with the most soak (damage reduction) who was in war-form (big werewolf form) so it raised his saok to 8 (the maximum without armor is 10), and Balashov (the headbutt guy) was in HUMAN form. then he killed another werewolf in a later game, again with a headbutt, and then we switched to a new system, Dungeons the dragoning 40k, it was a crazy melting pot of more than 7 diferent system but it still worked. the first boss he faced there was a big armored sand raider who he killed in a headbutt, again. then later he found a war band of Orks (yes with a k, they were like the orks of warhammer 40k) and defeated there Nob (leader) in a single headbutt, he was nominated as the new Nob of the WAAGH-band and dubbed "WOOF-MAN HED-BANGA" and it was the start of his army of headbutting Orks, even themonk of the group decided to make his own headbutting technique becaus it was just so effective. He did all this even thou he had no feats to make headbutts more deadly, he just kept rolling really high.

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Zyroes




4th Jan 2017, 11:04 PM
"Darvan, the Cad Fighter"

This was his entire purpose. In Pathfinder, the Cad archetype focuses on using the Dirty Trick combat maneuver to apply penalties to the opponent. He became infamous for throwing sand into people's eyes and blinding them.

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DeS_Tructive

DeS_Tructive




21st Dec 2016, 5:56 AM
"Woohoo! Called it."

First time I've actually got to say that here :)

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Rathonje

Rathonje




21st Dec 2016, 9:08 PM
"It's a pretty easy check, but..."

A Swim or Tumble check (you only need one) can negate damage entirely from a fall into water, but only if a character deliberately dives in. If this is considered deliberate because it's the result of an ally's actions... well, that's a fairly generous call.

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Kaze Koichi




22nd Dec 2016, 3:59 PM

But Zoro is also part merfolk. That should give him some bonus to swim check I think.

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EpicUnknown




22nd Dec 2016, 7:16 PM
"Headbutt of glory"

I once had a character decide that the best way to impress an orc chieftain and have him join us in war would be to sunder the chieftain's axe... with her face. One headbutt sunder check later and the axe was in pieces.

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Guest




22nd Dec 2016, 10:09 PM

Did it work? Don't leave us hanging here!

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EpicUnknown




26th Dec 2016, 7:39 PM

Oh yeah it worked. I mean, the orc clan all died in the next big big battle but hey they were evil anyway.

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