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17th Aug 2013, 2:23 AM

When a character dies, the first thing you do is:
a) Give them a proper funeral.
b) Dramatically shout "NNNNNOOOOOOOOOO!!!"
c) Get them rezzed ASAP.
d) Fast-talk the GM into letting the character live.
e) Talk about new character concepts while the body's still fresh.
f) Call dibs on the dead character's stuff while the body's still fresh.

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Pig s Feet

13th Sep 2013, 10:57 PM

*Sheepish* I admit it, I'm an e. I haven't had much time roleplaying, but the first time my character died, the first thing I did was make a character with that specific cause of death in mind (guardian-statue like golem kills bard with sword. Elven Swashbuckler with shaky backstory reasons created for revenge (the construct relied on a sword to keep it powered and I figured I could disarm it *heh*)). Never did get back to that encounter though....

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Pantless ninja

2nd Oct 2013, 10:40 PM
"Grand master of teamflashing"

A and B does happen but I am mostly an E, mostly because I always keep a spare character concept up my sleeve because "you never know when you might get eaten by a Grue".

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Disloyal Subject

20th Nov 2013, 11:30 PM

I have a 3-inch binder full of characters. So e, I reserve for other times. My first response is RETRIBUTION. Then I try rezzing, then burial.
...well, varies by character, but most of them have the sense not to do f. (They arrange that beforehand.)

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25th Nov 2013, 1:16 AM

I'm a very persuasive d. Very persuasive. I once managed to talk the DM into letting my character live when she was missing half her head, two limbs, and a good portion of her digestive tract from a violent magical blast. I managed to convince him that a combination of feats, an insane will and fort save, and a dedicated medic ally meant she could survive long enough for the missing body parts to be replaced.

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27th Dec 2013, 2:13 PM
"My Favorite"

Trickery and Travel - My favorite domains XD

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1st Jan 2014, 7:33 PM

B in character, followed by both E and F would be my modus operandi, unless C is an option.

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17th Aug 2017, 5:52 PM

same here

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10th Jun 2014, 2:37 PM

G: Throw a tantrum and storm off.
Ha ha! I kid! …Kinda.
In all seriousness, C or D.

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10th Oct 2017, 3:51 PM

B of course. The only good part in a PC death is that you get to scream "NOOOOO !"
then if C is'nt possible (or if the player don't particularly want to bring him back) A and E.
for the f, it's admited in the group that a PC stuffs go to that player's next character, and if he can't use them, to whoever in the party can. (or to be sold).

d, never as my GM usualy killed the character only when there's no way he'd logically survive, and i do the same when I GM.

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1st May 2018, 10:16 PM

It's E, always E. If the character dies they die. Maybe F if they got the nice stuff.

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