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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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DragonTrainer

DragonTrainer



28th Jan 2017, 1:50 AM

HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR, Everybody!!! ^_^

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Rastaba

Rastaba




27th Jan 2017, 12:18 AM

...how exactly CAN'T he pop them in his mouth? I mean we know Luffy is a rubber man, so it's not as if Luffy physically can't just shove a set of shark teeth into his jaw.

If there is nothing forbidding it, Gordon can not hold it against him for taking advantage of the loop hole that exists by lack of rules forbidding it!

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Guest




27th Jan 2017, 12:50 AM

Maybe the teeth could be needing proficiency? Judging by how Arlong can wield them in his hands...

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Nygmus




27th Jan 2017, 2:11 AM

I'd be more likely to assume they had a minimum Strength score. Luke/Luffy's Strength is pretty high, but doesn't the Fishman race have insane Strength bonuses?

That, or maybe the teeth simply have no appropriate proficiency beyond the native one that comes with being a shark-variant Fishman.

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animalia

animalia




27th Jan 2017, 5:19 AM

In the manga it is pointed out that Luffy lacks the JAW strength to do so.

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Guest




27th Jan 2017, 3:36 PM

"Luffy lacks the jaw strength"

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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XicoFelipe




27th Jan 2017, 7:09 AM

They did mention they are exotic weapons.

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Devlerbat




29th Jan 2017, 6:05 AM

I mean....there is no way that a discarded set of Shark Teeth DON'T qualify as exotic weapons.

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Usyra




27th Jan 2017, 12:54 AM

Ok, he SHOULDN'T pop them in his mouth. I mean, they WERE just in Arlong's mouth, and on the ground. He didn't wash them off or anything.

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Azreal DuCain




27th Jan 2017, 1:59 AM

I can't believe I actually didn't think of that when I was watching One Piece.

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Kaze Koichi




27th Jan 2017, 5:01 AM

Players often forget about deceases and infections. Even worse, sometimes GMs forget about them.

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Joe the Rat




27th Jan 2017, 9:06 AM

Yeah, but when you *do* remember, you end up with a Paladin in the party. Freakin' walking penicillin dispensers...

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Jake




27th Jan 2017, 2:26 AM
"Oh Crap..."

Critical rolls. They can either be the best damn thing that can happen for a player, or their worst nightmare. Most people forget that while they can roll crits for their character actions, the DM can just as well roll out the twenties as well.

Tell a story of a time where the DM ended up getting a really good roll, and it ended up very bad for you or the player character they were rolling against.

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Super_Big_Mac

Super_Big_Mac




27th Jan 2017, 7:06 AM
"Day 1: We infiltrated a factory. Day 2: I nearly died! Day 3: Deja Vu!"

So we had a 2-session raid of a factory found in the clouds to start off our new campaign. First session went amazingly well, with my character never even getting hit, and no one lower than half health. We end it for the day right as we enter the Palace near the evil factory so we can confront/kill whoever's running the joint.

Come the next session, I'm running late (family stuff), and the GM asks if they could keep my character in play, and I said sure. I finally join in two hours late, JUST in time to see the GM roll a Nat 20 against my character, dropping her to -6.

And then I had to roll for saving throws against Poison and Fire damage for three turns, which got me all the way down to -9. And I had two people crit-fail Heal checks, until the NPC we were doing the mission with (Basically an ODST) came over and finally rolled higher than 5, thus saving my character's life.

In our third session, I got down to 1 hp and had 3 Wis damage after a single enemy encounter, also due to GM luck. I really hope this doesn't become my new trend.

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TauTriTi




27th Jan 2017, 8:59 AM
"Sword Shower"

So,in my first session as a solitary GM, a one shot dungeon to play while waiting for the rest of the players of our group to come back from vacations, I managed to roll a triple 20 with the Final Boss against the player who had the most hit points left. Then proceeded to laugh maniacally for the following five minutes.

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Solokov




28th Jan 2017, 5:34 AM
"Duuuuuuuude intensifies."

Setting: experimental pokemon rpg, basically everyone picks pokemon, rolls up their stats etc and the gm attempts to create cohesive plot out of things...

somehow we wound up with a ralts making nice with an absol,. regardless conflict happened when a pack of geodudes ganged up on the party.

the short of it is we'd wandered into their territory, and they start throwing rocks at us chanting "dude" and everyone in the party failed their knowledge checks the GM said that due to a difference in accent we didn't understand a damn thing.

Then one of them crits on the rock throw and instead of a pebble the geodude tosses a boulder the size of a car at us oneshotting the venusaur, who happened to be our tank character.

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Zyroes




8th Feb 2017, 10:24 AM
"My First Character Death"

The DM was using a custom rule that all natural 20s auto-confirmed for critical hits.

We end up in a bad situation against two large demons, and I decide to hold the line while the rest of the party escapes. Being the party tank and all, I figured I would be able to get away without much harm, but then the DM rolled two natural 20s.

He got revenge on them after being reincarnated...as a Gnoll.

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