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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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Luminous Lead




15th Feb 2017, 1:33 AM

For a guy that helps his team so much, Luffy doesn't seem very willing to accept it himself.

Then again, that guy can do pretty much anything.

Anyone have moments when help was offered, but a character rejected it and managed to blow through an encounter anyway?

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Anvildude




15th Feb 2017, 6:49 PM

I mean, that's basically Luffy's whole characterization in a nutshell, isn't it? He's determined to protect everyone, and is willing to destroy himself to do so.

It's just a good thing that Haki is a thing in this universe.

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Cass




15th Feb 2017, 1:35 AM

I like that Cory is keeping his mouth shut. And that, if fact, the people trying to backseat play for him (not counting Rika in that, since her input seems more "So you do have a plan" than "Do this!" to me) are the ones who have the least experience playing with him. Just a nice sign that the others know they can trust him to strategize on his own, nuts though his plans might be.

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BakaGrappler




15th Feb 2017, 5:27 AM
"Tell a Story: Tool Time"

Every job needs the right tool, and sometimes you have to make your own.

Share a story about a time your group used a specific tool for the job, or created one to get the job done. Bonus point if it as "invented" by the Characters in the story world.

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Super_Big_Mac

Super_Big_Mac




15th Feb 2017, 5:44 AM
"We've been 'over' this~"

Not so much a tool as it is a "trademarked" turn of phrase, that's become on par with the Party Proctor's Promise; the OverInt, if you will. So far, it's happened three times in two campaigns with two different characters, linked only because the second shares the same naming convention as the first, as a likely descendant.

The phrase was twice used as "I read it in a book once!" and once used as "I saw it in a game once!" The phrase was uttered all three times just prior to rolling an INT check on a non-class skill knowledge check. And all three were Nat20s. One in Geography, two in Engineering.

For the Geography one, I was able to correctly guide us to the town we needed to be despite not knowing the area well, all because I'd read a book about the area, and remembered it because there was an Unspoken temple rumored to be in these parts, along a road that meandered about, spelling (in cursive) "Illiana is a doo-doo head."

Most any time someone has rolled a Nat 20 on an INT check others have egged them on to say that line. It's truly hilarious.

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Joules Burne




15th Feb 2017, 9:24 AM
"Jailhouse Rock"

In a fairly recent campaign I played alongside a rogue who managed to use a thin rock to lock pick our manacles.

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Joules Burne




15th Feb 2017, 9:24 AM
"Jailhouse Rock"

In a fairly recent campaign I played alongside a rogue who managed to use a thin rock to lock pick our manacles.

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Sirkman




15th Feb 2017, 4:07 PM
"May have related this story before..."

Would the time our group of Biopunk Ocean world Rennaisance-ish Ne'erdowells were shanghaied to a spidersilk plantation, and made a bomb out of the stomach of the first person to try and intimidate them in the slave pen count?

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