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1st May 2017, 12:00 AM

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Someguy Somewhere

1st May 2017, 12:13 AM

Was using a picture of one of the black snails intentional, or was it hard to get a picture of one of the small snails talking or something? I find this a bit confusing since in canon those ones are only for intercepting calls. Is it not the same here?

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1st May 2017, 12:24 AM

I had to actually go back and hunt to see if in the comic continuity they survived... and indeed they did! Like, 200 pages (over a year) ago.

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1st May 2017, 2:37 AM
"Tel a Story: "Let's see what your boss thinks about this""

There's always corruption, and there's always someone higher up the chain of the corrupted. And it's always so sweet when you can use that for poetic justice.

Share a story about when you were able to get corrupt officials, politicians, or just plain anyone abusing their power nailed by revealing their shady deals to the people who could properly punish them.

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1st May 2017, 11:52 AM

Well, the same story applies to why my gaming group has asked I never play a trickster priest again...

Keep in mind, this was the FIRST NIGHT of the campaign, and we created the characters at 3rd level (in 3.5 ed). We were in what would be the main city of the campaign, and was intended to be our hub. This particular continent had no orcs, so we had heard all sorts of wild, insane stories about them - and one of the PC's was a half-orc.

Well, it seems that something had been kidnapping children, and their bones would be found later. Upon seeing the half-orc (Paladin!), they immediately assumed he was responsible. Unlike most of the PC's, he didn't speak the regional language, and nobody spoke Orcish, so he was treated like a wild animal - they didn't even attempt "Comprehend Languages". So, the party attempted to prove his innocence.

Upon investigation, we discovered evidence of a demonic summoning - and evidence said summoned demon was responsible for eating the kids - and that the summoner was rather high up in the city government. This was more than my Chaotic Good Trickster Priest could stand.

He made the rounds that night. He hit every single bar, and never once lied - but implied that the entire city government was a demon-worshipping cult, and spread the story far and wide. I roll my Deception five times that night - three natural 20's, a 19, and a 17 on the dice, with I forget how high a total bonus but I think it was double digits.

End result, by the time we leave town with the half-orc in tow, the city is in the throes of a full scale riot against the city government, a good part of the governmental district is in flames, and said riot has the potential to cause political and economic upheaval throughout the continent.

On the FIRST NIGHT of game play.

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1st May 2017, 9:59 PM

Xellos would be proud

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2nd May 2017, 1:04 AM

It wasn't successful, but my Hell's Rebels group was in the process of breaking some mercs out of what was essentially slave labor at the salt works in order to get them to help us with the rebellion. While we were info-gathering for this mission, we found out about a dwarven mercenary who was head of the guard detail, and that he had been selling some of the product to the black market on the sly, and found out the name of his buyer.

So when the time came to face him, the group tried to use this intel against him, threatening to expose his double-dealing if he didn't surrender. It didn't work, though, so it ended up being a fight to the death anyway.

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12th Feb 2021, 2:29 PM
"Background Plot"

My party just did this without even knowing it. An ancient and well-respected Half-Golem warrior has been secretly magically enslaved to the collective will of a network of noble houses, and has been spying on both the capital city's nominally democratic leadership and the old (now largely ceremonial) royal family for a century. The party, somehow totally oblivious to all this political intrigue I've written for them, has just broken the enchantment binding the Half-Golem to the service of the nobles, and now she's out for blood. She's taken a century's worth of insider information to both the king and the patrician, so now the city's political sector is in the process of turning into a meat grinder. I'm super excited for when the fallout hits the party and they realize what they've done.

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Emperor Megaman

17th Jul 2021, 12:42 PM

I knew the fact that they where on the good grace of pudding pudding after fighting by his side would have a positive effect.

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