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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Guest




3rd Feb 2017, 12:24 AM

And, as always, Luffy has exactly zero fucks to give.

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Jake




3rd Feb 2017, 12:25 AM
"Loophole Abuse!"

Good DM's reward characters and players that are able to think outside the box. Creative thinking has always resulted in both amazing and hilarious moments in games, especially if they let a character totally not suited for a monster, be able to defeat said monster.

Tell a story about a time where you were able to exploit a monsters weakness. Not through the natural talent of your character, but through clever planning or excellent improv.

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NorthernDruid




3rd Feb 2017, 7:27 AM

Obviously not a personal story, but the hydra sequence from Order of the Stick comes to mind
(http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0325.html
+the following page)

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Inbetweenbooks




4th Feb 2017, 3:07 PM

i sort of think that is why they added that there is a maximum number of heads a hydra can grow in later editions.

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Solokov




4th Feb 2017, 8:35 PM

I completely forgot about that sequence.... god that's hillarious.

also indicates that yes, the crew does save the world!

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Trinity




3rd Feb 2017, 1:38 PM

Our party managed to find themselves trapped on a narrow ledge facing down a black dragon. As it was getting ready to breath on the group again, the druid and wizard stepped to the front and held their action. As the dragon's mouth opened they simultaneously cast their spells, burning hands and sand blast, spraying the inside of the dragon's mouth with molten glass. Because glass is highly resistant to acid (that's why acid id kept in glass containers) we had effectively disabled the dragon's breath weapon.

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Inbetweenbooks




4th Feb 2017, 3:15 PM

as a DM, i probably wouldn't have agreed. I would have ruled that yes, you have blasted him with glas, but it's essentially in droplets and not a coating. Especially since you are blasting a area with different layers of moisture, that also is moving quite a bit under the glass, making it harden badly. also, i would have ruled that glass is fragile. so congrats, it shatters the glass, you do 1d4 damage against it, and it bypasses the resistance by virtue of being inside it.

i might have also allowed you to cause a DoT fire damage against him, and possibly granted the ability to bypass the dragon's fire resistance since it's not actually fire and in a location not covered by scales.

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Gden




4th Feb 2017, 12:06 PM

Long before I started min/maxing character, I was playing a monk who had crazy balance, and a really high AC. We were fighting a hydra, and they suggested I run along the creature's neck, since it was unlikely to hit me, and we apparently argued that if it missed me, it should have a chance to hit itself. It had 8 heads, and it ended up killing at least 3 or 4 heads before the end of the first round

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Gden




4th Feb 2017, 12:07 PM

Long before I started min/maxing character, I was playing a monk who had crazy balance, and a really high AC. We were fighting a hydra, and they suggested I run along the creature's neck, since it was unlikely to hit me, and we apparently argued that if it missed me, it should have a chance to hit itself. It had 8 heads, and it ended up killing at least 3 or 4 heads before the end of the first round

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Guest




4th Feb 2017, 4:06 PM

Don't have a story with a monster, but one time our low level party was having to chase the villain who was escaping with his minions in a hot air balloon. We managed to get my thief attached to the bottom unnoticed, but no one else was going to be catching up. Rather than try to handle an entire encounter by myself, I grappled with and pulled the big bad out of the balloon. The GM wasn't expecting that, and the VILLAIN ended up pulling out feather fall to try and save himself. I kept successfully grappling, and so the villain had to waste a second spell to cast feather fall on me. And then a third because I intentionally made a saving throw against it. I kept playing chicken with the villain and gravity until the sorcerer had used up most of his spells for the day. The fight on the ground was much easier than the DM had been hoping for.

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