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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5


25th Apr 2018, 6:09 AM
"Tell a Story: Booze Solves Everything!"

Old wounds? Fresh wounds? Bleeding wounds? Fall outs? Fall ins with returning characters? Farewells? Hellos? There's never an event that can't be made better (or grandly worse) in a table top RPG with the introduction of alcohol.

Share a story about when in character drinks made the game more fun. ...Or out of character drinking, as long as it's not gruesome.

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The Captain

25th Apr 2018, 2:11 PM

Well I once used my drunken party member as bait. We were in a city and I figured we were being stalked, so I let the party bard go barhopping like she wanted while I used stealth to try and stalk the stalker. Ended up nearly soloing what was supposed to be a full party encounter thanks to abuse of invisibility, while the cleric had to use lesser restoration on the bard to get them to stop taking massive penalties on everything due to alcohol poisoning.

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25th Apr 2018, 7:49 PM

Long story short, we thought that getting the boss drunk would make it easier to beat him so we arranged for him to stumble head first in a huge barrel of alcool. Indeed, he could'nt fight at his best, but 1) he was a mean drunk, so it made me more aggressive and we could'nt anymore try to talk things out or play mind games because he would not listen.
2)while he was drunk, he ordered his mens to attack some village nearby, so we had that to deal with in addition to the fight.

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26th Apr 2018, 12:05 AM
"Monkeys can dance!"

Remember how i said i once played a gigantopithicus? Well, during that game, a new party member was being intoduced, can't remember the exact details, but the party warrior-type tried to intimidate him by flexing.... and so did the new guy, so the warrior decided to swagger over to him, and so did the new guy. It quickly turned into a dance-off. we rolled percentiles to determine how much of the bar liked each dance and used charisma modifiers...... but i decided to throw in my gigantopithicus into the contest for laughs, and won. we ruled that since everybody was probably REALLY drunk, that was a plausible outcome.

You are now picturing two hardened warriors suddenly breaking into a dance off, and an giant, overweight primordial orangutan in broken chain-mail stealing the show with it's belly-dancing.

I loved pongo the great. he technically won the campaign single handed. if you ignore the retcon

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