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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5
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TempestK




10th Mar 2017, 12:17 AM
"Lemme just slam that button one more time..."

So, let's hear stories about when the villain/GM decided to stomp nice and heavy on a player (or party's) berserk button a few times, and the fallout from it.

Also, I imagine Luke is going to be a bit peeved about the legendary sword being sundered, but he's as much a sucker for good RP as the rest are when it's presented right.

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Malroth

Malroth




10th Mar 2017, 5:54 AM

My current group has one player who'se a severe Arachnophobe and the GM takes every opportunity to have spider themed enemies even when mildly inapropiate. This usually ends with Everything being set on fire and his plot NPC burnt to ash even if they were helping us fight stuff.

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Rastaba

Rastaba




10th Mar 2017, 9:56 AM

I am with the arachnophobe. Kill them with fire and leave nothing alive!

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Inbetweenbooks




10th Mar 2017, 11:30 AM

i would say that that he is perfectly rational in his decisions to purge it with fire.

if any NPC is stupid enough to disagree, it's probably due to being a spider with high ranks in disguise in need of purging.

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Crazy Lou




10th Mar 2017, 1:24 PM

Is the player the arachnophobe, or their character? There's a pretty big difference...

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Malroth

Malroth




10th Mar 2017, 2:25 PM

Both the player and his characters are which is why all the NPCs get burned even if they're not involved with the spider.

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BrenTenkage




10th Mar 2017, 5:04 PM
"Never steal my scrolls"

Ok so one time I made a very obsessed arcane crafter, basically I focused on a team player crafter, a mage who loves magical items, wonderous to small and essoteric. The Gm clearly must have gotten annoyed by me using my share of the money to make weird or obscure magical items so for 5 sessons I kept finding items stored at home stolen, I didn't mind too much because I figured I'd get them back because we were on the trail in the black market and what not, well...the final straw was him stealing my scrolls I prepared for crafting, so I didn't always have to prepare all the spells that day for crafting and not have any combat spells. 20 scrolls taken, very anoying, however I had a feeling this would happen.

well on the 6th day I came in and held an envolope up and passed it to the GM telling him to open it when I tell him too, so the day goes by and again lose more scrolls that I made to replace the ones I lost but I was quiet, the gm didn't really look at my spell list prep for that day.

7th session, I sit down and ask him if he had the envolope, and he held it up, still taped shut (to make sure he didn't look into it) and he opens up the next session with, "You find that in your chest at home, all the scrolls you made were stolen"

I rolled my eyes and then said, "Please open it now"

He opens up the envolope and his eyes were wide, he didn't expect this, I had wrote, "I prepared explosive runes on all the scrolls I made"

See I didn't make any scrolls that day, I instead just wrote explosive runes on each scroll and made everyone think I did. And because we found out the man stealing my scrolls wasnt' a mage he didn't have read magic, he just was stealing the scrolls and putting them on the black market, only checking the scrolls to see "weird magic writing" and selling them to other mages. Well given he was checking them out at his base, there were plenting of people speaking about a man's home suddenly exploding and we followed the trail. I lost a lot of the magical items and scrolls but it was so satifying to see the GM's look in horror as he looked at me with this smirk on my face. the others didn't know what I was doing and when I told them what I did they were impressed, we already lost a lead so this was perfect.

Lesson to the GM, never take a mage's scrolls, they might just leave a nasty surprise with em.

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Ryhonn




11th Mar 2017, 10:43 AM

Got that idea from Order of the Stick?

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BrenTenkage




14th Mar 2017, 5:37 AM

Naturally, funny enough the GM never read it before that event.

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Guest




21st Nov 2017, 7:39 PM

You're just hatin' cuz you can't draw maps with your palmed hands !

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