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Kale

Kale




29th May 2020, 1:28 AM

I'm sure he's just going to acquire the welcome cake.

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BakaGrappler




29th May 2020, 2:38 AM
"Tell a Story: Big and Obvious"

Sometimes something is just so THERE that the spot check is redundant...but required.

Share a story about a time there was something that you just couldn't miss, and were required to roll checks anyway. Double brownies if people missed those rolls.

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Kale

Kale




29th May 2020, 6:58 PM

I may have forced an unnecessary perception check or two on occasion.
There was the time with the undead gorilla, that somehow the healer missed on like a DC5 check.
Or noticing the dinosaur tracks.

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Steeevee




30th May 2020, 3:05 AM

that would be the session with the Literal elephant in the room.

party was hired to bodyguard some jerk VIP during a big party.. and had to roll to notice the idiots trying to sneak the preforming animal though the back part to reach the stage.

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LunaStacion




1st Jun 2020, 5:32 PM

New player who has a bucket covering his head: "Can I roll to take the bucket off my head?"
DM: "You don't need to roll, you can just do it."
rolls a 1
DM: "You fail to take the bucket off your head."

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Super_Big_Mac

Super_Big_Mac




23rd Jun 2021, 1:09 AM

Reminds me of what is possibly my favorite story to tell over and over. Pathfinder, new campaign, I'm playing a Rogue, and we're all lost in the woods looking for a Temple to the Sun Queen. I get up high in a tree and roll Perception... Nat 1. I see a shimmer in the distance, but it's not the Temple, it's the heat haze from a bandit camp's bonfire! Alright, battle over, time to roll Percepti--and it's another 1. Again I spot something that looks to be glistening in the sun's glorious rays, but it's actually just a pile of fool's gold laying abandoned beneath a bluff. And so I climb that bluff, roll Perception... and it's another Nat 1. This time, I do in fact see the Temple, but the radiant sunlight glancing off its sacred bell-tower blinds me, and makes me completely unable to swear. For the rest of the campaign. Which I went with, over three long years, and ended up getting rewarded even better than expected after the GM went through our Discord log to see if my Rogue had ever swore after that, and found he hadn't.

Suffice to say, while I wasn't the party member who wanted Godhood, I got enough bonus Role Play EXP that I was elevated to High Prophet of a new religion.

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Persoon56




29th May 2020, 1:27 PM

I'll bet he just needed to get some special eucalyptus and chili throat lozenges from his house. All that singing and talking must play hell with his vocal chords.

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