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By the same author as Grand Line 3.5


13th Jun 2018, 1:50 AM

Story time! Pick up lines. Have you ever hit on anyone at the table in or out of character/seen it happening? My DM ran a fun campaign for us where we were all wacky characters (I was a painter, there was a chef, and an insane treasure hunter. Also a ranger with a protector named St. Augustine Bear). Then we introduced the ladies man. He immediately hit on the DM's wife's character.

"Everyone healed up. What bout you? How YOU doin'?"
"Yeah, don't do that ever again."
"Fair enough."

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13th Jun 2018, 4:13 AM

My character was a rogue who was decent at Disguise, and was married to what amounted to a medieval idol Bard, so he had a high Performance: Dance skill, too.

At one point, our party needed to buy ingredients for something, and everyone else had failed their Diplo rolls to try and get the merchant to give us a discount. As I didn't have Diplo (It's tough to be The Face and skulk the shadows all at once), I instead tried to haggle by offering to teach the merchant how to dance.

I rolled poorly, so the merchant ended up disgusted, thinking I was hitting on him, and gave us a 15% discount if the others would just get me out of his store.

It was a good day.

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13th Jun 2018, 6:53 AM

As a new dm I was slightly concerned about this. Mostly in an irrational “what the fuck are these guys going to do to my NPCs” way.
Turns out that fear was valid enough, even if the fear of having them hit on a character wasn’t.

The only one that has gotten laid so far was a half succubus who ran into another succubus at a brothel looking for information and the player was a good sport who suggested a fade to black on their own. Of course she also made “boings boinga” sound effects.

The rest of the party has been friends with me for a while so it’s been pretty good on their part, none of them randomly start murdering NPCs or hitting on them in a wish fulfillment way.

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13th Jun 2018, 9:14 AM

Not my story, but a classic nonetheless

>In a temple devoted to some water god.
>Filled with nymphs and mermaids.
>My Bard, Drake, decides he wants to try and seduce one of the mermaids.

DM: "Okay, using your knowledge of mermaids, you know that they have a thing for sailors."

Me: "Is there a dinghy nearby?

DM: "Yes, would you like to try and use it?"

Me: "Hell yeah!"

DM: "Drake hops into the dinghy and starts rowing towards a small group of mermaids. Unfortunately, there's no water in this part of the temple and the sound of you forcing the wooden boat across the stone echoes around the cavernous temple. The noise is akin to nails on a chalkboard. Drake finally stops in front of the mermaids, what would you like to say?"

Me: "Laaaaaaaaadies."

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13th Jun 2018, 8:31 PM

had an OC like this.
think's he's a ladies man but is worse then Jon Arbuckle and Jonny Bravo Combined.

needless to say he got slapped, maced and kicked in the nuts on a regular basis.

then he became an axe murderer.

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13th Jun 2018, 6:44 PM

My plan was to seduce the lieutenant, get him drunk, take him upstairs, and extract information.

"Hey there, handsome. You wanna... do... it?"

It wasn't until we finished roleplaying through the whole thing that the DM said he would've been a lot more comfortable with me just asking to roll for seduction.

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14th Jun 2018, 7:27 AM

Yes, but there would have been a risk of missing that roll. just making the situation awkward for everyone might have been the good choice.

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14th Jun 2018, 1:04 AM
"Love Dodecahedrons"

Currently playing Masks, a teen supers RPG. Awkward teenage drama is baked into the setting but our last few sessions turned it up to 11. We go to the school formal dance. Our two biggest sources of collateral damage were hitting on each other instead of the scenery for a change. One of them had a recently freed babe-in-the-woods clone that both myself and another PC were both making a play for. Our blood mage was dancing with a humanoid sea tarantula. Our team captain was getting dating advice from the reformed supervillainess that was chaperoning the dance. Our illusionist/troublemaker was already known to randomly switch genders as a side effect and so considered everyone fair game while spiking the punch and generally encouraging mayhem.

By the end of the big fight scene nearly every one of those hookups had crashed and burned, with several changing partners along the way. I'm now dating an immortal berserker of some sort. The only full success seduction attempt was our illusionist who somehow split his male and female personas into separate bodies and is now sleeping with him/her self.

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22nd Jun 2018, 1:59 AM

My character and the same player's character got together in two separate campaigns.

The first one was my Gnome Cleric and her Halfling Ranger. We had made them separately, but both ended up being exactly 3'5" tall. We started out as "Team Tiny" and made jokes about our height, but as time went on, our characters developed romantic feelings for each other and started dating.

The second one was between my Wood Elf Druid and her Half-Orc Cleric in a one-shot campaign that turned into a three-shot. It's kind of not fair to include this one since, thanks to the plot, we were the only sentient humanoid creatures on the planet. The only other intelligent being was a super computer, although she did become obsessed with me.

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13th Jun 2018, 10:03 AM
"being a good friend"

hmm, my characters are not really into seduction or hitting on NPC (though i did have a character who get hitted-on a lot), or others PC for that matter, but i remember a story.
One guy in our group was suposed to try and seduce a lady, because getting in her good grace was going to help us for something (don't remember exactly what). After they explained how we where supposed to arrange for him to meet her in a way that would seem natural, my character did'nt understood any of it (was really bad at any social interraction that was not confrontation or formal negociations) and instead go to see her directly out of the blue and said out loud, like very loud, at a very uptight reception "My friend there is impressed by your charms and envisaging to initiate a intimate relationship with you! I do not konw if this relationship is to be of physical or emotional nature. But it seems that he and my others compagnons seem to have forgotten how to walk to someone to engage conversation. for this reason, as good friend of him i took the initiative to engage conversation with you on his behalf! Please initiate a relationship with him"
The situation first got really awkward for everyone, then they managed to get on her good graces by pretending i was actually there enemies and trying to embarass them on purpose.

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13th Jun 2018, 3:37 PM
"curious, now"

what kind of character was it? a droid or machine of some sort?

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14th Jun 2018, 7:25 AM

Not a machine. Haste Almacier premier was the soul of a sentient sword incarnated in a humanoîd body. Of course being a sword, his understanding of things that where not fighting was limited and relationship was just "something human do sometime, for some reason". Still got a pretty good understancing of negociations because back when he was still a sword, it belonged at some point to a line of famous merchants for 115 years.

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Emperor Megaman

21st Jul 2021, 6:43 PM

I at first also assumed that this story was about a robot of some sort, but a sentient sword? That sound cool.

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14th Jun 2018, 11:18 AM

Doe’s the setting allow you to introduce real life “disabilities” into the setting suuch as autism? I have what is formally known as Asperger’s Syndrome, it’s now grouped on the autism spectrum, and it’s basically considered a Social Skills Learning Disability.

I can give you a link to the useful notes page if it on TVTropes. But long story short. I bring it up because I could see myself doing something like that. I guess it comes from the area where I see no point in pretending reality is anything other than what it is. (And lieing, or even misleading people in small ways, (ways that most people wouldn’t think of as misleading (let me know if you want examples) can have strong pangs on my conscious.) That’s my default mode at least

That being said if someone asked me to do something like that on their behalf the first thing I’d tell them is that I don’t do subtly. That I do direct, blunt, honesty. That, in short, they better know what they are asking for.

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14th Jun 2018, 1:45 PM

I think you have the opposite spectrum configuration as I do. I have my subtlety maxed and avoid conflict. So I know how to flirt on paper but don't really do it!

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15th Jun 2018, 2:07 PM

i haven't played or GMed autistic character so i don't know if there are rules planned for it, but even if there's not i think it would be possible for a GM to come up with something like this. the campaign from where that story came from was mostly homebrewed stuffs, for exemple.
i think i remember a friend telling me about a GURPS game where they had a character with autism.

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13th Jun 2018, 1:48 PM
"RSS feed borked"

There's something weird going on with the RSS feed. First, I got the last ~12 comics (again) about 18 hours ago in a burst, then I got this one about 12 hours ago, and now I got this one again.

The feed goes -> 1157 as the proper update on Monday, 1145-1157 in a single burst early morning, 1158 at the usual time, 1158 again.

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